The school funding crisis is hitting schools hard across St Albans – and Liberal Democrats are calling on the Government to provide an emergency cash injection.
A new cycling map for the St Albans district has been produced to encourage people to use green transport and take more exercise.
The free fold-out map will be available from cycling shops, leisure centres, St Albans museums and council offices.
Opposition to any cuts in funding for the Hertfordshire Fire and Rescue Service has been reaffirmed by Liberal Democrats serving on the county council.
St Albans City and District Council, led by the Liberal Democrats, has agreed unanimously to recognise the climate emergency.
The move was driven by a petition signed by 1,700 residents and lodged with the council on 13 June.
The petition asked the Council to recognise the climate emergency and to do everything in its power to make the whole of St Albans district carbon-neutral by 2030.
Liberal Democrats stormed the local elections in May ̶ winning 11 of a possible 21 seats, including five from the Conservatives and two from Labour, and becoming the largest party on the district council.
Since then our team has been shaping our plans to run the council – and run it better than it’s ever been run before.
The Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Sir Vince Cable, met farmers, retailers, local producers and representatives of the National Farmers Union on 16 April to talk about the protection of our food standards in the event the UK leaves the EU.
Vince Cable has high hopes the Liberal Democrats will become the largest party on St Albans District Council after the local elections on May 2.
The Lib Dem leader was visiting the city as part of a national tour and met local businesses and community organisations, as well as Lib Dem candidates and supporters campaigning for victory in the council elections.
Jo Swinson, Deputy Leader for the Liberal Democrats, came by St Albans today to help with our local election campaign. Thank you to those who came along!
Polling day is on 2 May. If you want to help us move St Albans forward, please volunteer here: http://www.stalbanslibdems.org.uk/volunteer
Daisy Cooper and St Albans Lib Dems welcomed the ‘Exit from Brexit’ poster van in St Peters Street on Thursday (March 21). It’s clear that Theresa May and her chaotic Tory government are not listening to the people. We demand a People's Vote – and will be marching on Parliament to make our voice heard this Saturday, March 23. Join us on the march.
St Albans Liberal Democrats are saying ‘cheers’ to a dedicated group of locals from the Great Northern after they succeeded in getting the pub listed as an ‘Asset of Community Value’ (ACV).