Clearer road signs added thanks to Poole Lib Dems

Following a recent survey session in Newtown & Heatherlands, local residents in Carlton Grove pointed out the need for “No Through Road” signs at the entrance from Albert Road to stop drivers turning in, thinking they could get through, only to have difficulty turning round.

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Poole Lib Dems work with local residents to fight anti-social behaviour

Poole Lib Dems have been working with the police, council officers and local residents to find a solution to the anti-social behaviour caused by a group of individuals who gather on the benches at the end of Madeira Road.

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Introducing the Lib Dem candidates for Penn Hill

The Poole Liberal Democrats have announced their candidates for the local elections in May. Standing in Penn Hill will be Brian Clements and Richard Douglas.

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Introducing the Lib Dem candidates for Parkstone

The Poole Liberal Democrats have announced their candidates for the local elections in May. Standing in Parkstone will be Grant Gillingham and Crispin Goodall.

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Introducing the Lib Dem candidates for Newtown & Heatherlands

The Poole Liberal Democrats have announced their candidates for the local elections in May. Standing in Newtown & Heatherlands will be Millie Earl, Marion Le Poidevin and Mark Robson.

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New chairman for the Poole Lib Dems

Mark Robson was elected as the new chairman of the Poole Lib Dems at a recent special general meeting.

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Poole Lib Dems urge council to save our A&E

At a full council meeting on November 13 2018, Poole Lib Dem councillors supported a motion by Poole People that urged the council to review the closure of Poole A&E based on the harm it will cause for residents.

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Meet the Poole Lib Dems' new executive committee

At a recent special general meeting, the new executive committee responsible for leading the party into the 2019 local elections was elected. It is made up of:

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New look for Branksome Rec thanks to Poole Lib Dems

Councillors Philip Eades and Marion Le Poidevin (Branksome West) have been working for years to get improvements to the Rec, especially the play area. Now thanks to a successful bid for CIL funding (money paid by developers) that's happening.

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Conservatives choose party over people

Conservatives leading Poole Council seem determined to avoid scrutiny and public debate.

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