Monthly Archives: March 2014

Many Thanks for voting Lib Dem on May 22

Many Thanks to all those who voted Liberal Democrat on May 22. We just managed to secure the re-election of Catherine Bearder as a Lib Dem MEP for South-East England. But sadly Antony Hook was pipped to the post, and failed to … Continue reading

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Keep Sevenoaks Green – Hollybush Rec

Sevenoaks Town Council’s Sports Strategy group has been asked to consider plans for: –         a second all weather pitch close to Knole and Holmesdale Roads –         an indoor tennis court on much of the remaining green space –         raising the height … Continue reading

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Save Sevenoaks Allotments – Keep Sevenoaks Green

Ruling Tory Town Councillors are trying hard to: –         restrict allotment holders to a short lease on land they have cared for over 50 years –         take land legally protected for allotments to build a 40-space car park tucked away … Continue reading

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Keep Sevenoaks Green – Save Bradbourne Lakes

Sevenoaks’ beautiful Bradbourne Lakes are under threat due to a lack of funding and care. In recent years the Conservative-run District Council’s budgetary constraints have allowed the lakes to dramatically deteriorate. If they are left much longer they will turn … Continue reading

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Sevenoaks was identified in 2013 by RAC research as among the biggest ‘parking tax’ raiders in England, taking £1.4 million from local people trying to shop, work or do business here. Sevenoaks Town alone delivers more parking profit than many … Continue reading

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Alan Bullion – newly reselected as Parliamentary Spokesman for Sevenoaks Liberal Democrats – has spelled out the facts about ‘fracking’ for shale gas in Kent. While Tory MPs – including the current MP for Sevenoaks  – seem to think it … Continue reading

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Alan Bullion—A winning Lib Dem candidate for Sevenoaks

Sevenoaks Liberal Democrats are pleased to announce the selection of Alan Bullion as their prospective general election candidate for 2015. Alan passionately believes that Sevenoaks needs an experienced campaigner who will fight hard for local people and their services. Alan … Continue reading

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