Monthly Archives: May 2015

Build the school and they will come

Dear Sevenoaks Chronicle, Many of your readers will have been puzzled like me at the two stories next to each other on last week’s front page. The big picture story told how many families are faced with long school runs … Continue reading

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Many Thanks from Alan Bullion

To: editorial@kosmedia.co.uk Subject: Thanks Dear Sir, I thank all those who voted Liberal Democrat in Sevenoaks and surrounding villages and towns last Thursday, in the process returning both new and experienced councillors to represent local people. I would also congratulate … Continue reading

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Sevenoaks Lib Dems buck national trend as Merilyn Canet gains District Council seat

Thank you Local Liberal Democrats in Sevenoaks Northern ward Merilyn Canet, Iain Porter and Stuart Kennaugh, would like to thank all the supporters and residents who voted for the team in the Sevenoaks District and Town Council elections. The local result was … Continue reading

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Safer trains and stations for local Sevenoaks schools

Dear Sir, I am pleased to report that following discussions with students and staff at Knole Academy, local councillors, and the relevant train companies, both on train and station patrols will be stepped up along the Darent Valley line from … Continue reading

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Letter to the Chronicle on further local Conservative profligacy

Dear Sir, Fresh on the footsteps of their District Council colleagues who misspent  £200,000 on a car park they couldn’t build, the Tory leaders of Sevenoaks town council look as if they are heading for an overspend on the Community Investment … Continue reading

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Lib Dems to use banking fines to help fund vital air ambulance services

The Liberal Democrats will use £2.5 million from a fine imposed on a bank for rigging the Libor rate to investment in Kent’s air ambulance service. This money could be used to buy an additional helicopter, provide 24/7 emergency, or upgrade … Continue reading

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Kent County Council must spend more on Sevenoaks schools

Local elections are dominated by the noisy Westminster arguments, but they matter as much for the future of Sevenoaks as a place to live. The shortage of school places hits many families. Lib Dem Parliamentary Candidate Alan Bullion met Sevenoaks … Continue reading

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