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    • Focus - Cippenham Meadows
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    • 2018 Slough Council elections: Lib Dem candidates in their local areas
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      Robert Plimmer litter picking in Cipppenham Meadows in March 2018Liberal Democrat candidates standing in their local areas

      Robert Plimmer, former Councillor for Foxborough Ward, is leading Slough Liberal Democrat's team of candidates for the elections to Slough Borough Council. He said, "I am very pleased to be standing in my home ward of Cippenham Meadows where I have lived for the last 20 years. I'm also pleased all the Lib Dem candidates are standing for their local areas. It is important to get some Lib Dem councillors back on Slough Council to bring in some fresh thinking on tackling Slough's housing crisis and developing joined-up strategies for boosting health and fitness. Slough's Labour councillors were wrong to increase charges for hiring sports pitches so much. It led to a big drop off in use."

      Robert Plimmer continued, "Slough Lib Dems' manifesto for the local elections highlights the need to elect councillors who will listen to local residents on issues such as traffic and challenge the Labour councillors when they waste money. Lib Dems will work to spend more on peoples' priorities and work cooperatively with charities who provide valuable services. We will continue campaigning for a safer, greener Slough. When I was previously on Slough Council I worked with communities to improve safety. That is needed even more now because of the massive Tory cuts to policing. I also secured support from councillors of all parties for Slough Council to go carbon neutral by 2020."

      Finally, Robert said,"I'm delighted to be leading a team of experienced and new candidates. "Matthew Taylor is an architect who lives in Elliman Ward and started the campaign to preserve the facade of the Horlicks factory. Niccola Parkes is a student who lives in Haymill and Lynch Hill Ward. Finally, Josephine Hanney, a long-time resident of Langley, is standing again in Langley Kedermister. She is pleased the Lib Dems are campaigning nationally to let the people have the final say to on whether to accept the Brexit terms or to stay in the EU."

    • Cippenham Supporters Letter May 2016 Document information
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    • Focus on Slough GE17 Document information
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    • Slough Liberal Democrats 2018 Principles and Priorities Document information
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