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Swindon Town Centre, taken from Radnor Street Cemetary

Welcome to the Swindon Liberal Democrats

We are a passionate and vibrant group covering both North Swindon and South Swindon, our town's two Parliamentary Constituencies. We support the work of our Liberal Democrat Borough Councillors and actively campaign on issues that affect residents to make sure we remain their voice in the Council chamber.

Our 2019 local manifesto for Swindon.

  • Jamie Taylor
    Article: Apr 16, 2019

    Standing for election to Swindon Borough Council on May 2nd, 2019.

    Jamie Taylor - Wroughton

    I am thoroughly excited to get the opportunity to stand for council for our village, my family moving here when I was 5. I was lucky enough to go to Wroughton Infant's, Junior's and Ridgeway Secondary School.

  • Queen's Park in Swindon
    Article: Apr 16, 2019

    Recent news that the South Swindon Parish officers are looking at the policy of saving money by keeping Queen's Park and Town Gardens open 24 hours have met with complete opposition by your Parish councillors Toby Robson and Stan Pajak.

    Stan who is also the chair of the Queen's Park community council says "This would be crazy and open up the parks to all sorts of abuse and vandalism not to mention the danger of people staggering home at night through Queen's Park and falling in the lake. Both parks are special to the people of Swindon as green escapes and part of our heritage opening through them through the night cannot be allowed to happen."

  • Fly-tipped rubbish bags
    Article: Apr 16, 2019

    Council adopts Lib Dem "No Solution Without Prosecution" stance

    At a meeting of the Council in April all the councillors voted to commit to a firm policy of taking enforcement action against people identified as dumping rubbish.

    At long last the Council is supporting the calls by councillors Toby Robson and Stan Pajak for more prosecutions.

  • Civic Offices
    Article: Apr 16, 2019

    The Council has agreed to a £250,000 grant to study the possibility of creating a new civic focus on the other side of Princess Street with a rebuild of the Wyvern theatre, a new museum and art gallery and perhaps council offices funded by the development of the civic offices site for housing.

    The study follows the Council twice being turned down for lottery funding for a new museum and art gallery.

  • Damaged pathway
    Article: Apr 16, 2019

    Stan Pajak reports that ONLY SIX road and footway maintenance schemes have been agreed for funding by the Council in our area over the next THREE years.

    Having most of our councillors as Labour councillors means we don't have the Lib Dem FOCUS Team councillors we need to really fight for our fair share in Eastcott.