Paul Keetch back in Hereford


Herefordshire Liberal Democrats were delighted to welcome former-MP Paul Keetch to Hereford last weekend. Paul Keetch was MP for Hereford from 1997 to 2010.

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Herefordshire produce promotes "Fairer Funding for Rural Areas" campaign


Lucy Hurds , Hereford’s would-be Lib Dem MP, took her campaign to get a better deal for Herefordshire to the party's Spring Conference in Liverpool.

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Baroness Parminter visits Hereford


On Friday, we welcomed Baroness Parminter of Godalming as our latest guest to support the campaign in Herefordshire.

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Lack of funding for Herefordshire to be highlighted at Liverpool conference


We are hosting a fringe event at the Liberal Democrats Spring Conference in Liverpool tomorrow night. Fighting for a fairer funding formula for rural areas and promoting Herefordshire produce.

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Lord Fox of Leominster


Newly-created life peer Lord Fox of Leominster visited the county last week. 

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Lucy Hurds helps Hereford become dementia friendly


Lucy Hurds, Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Candidate for Hereford and South Herefordshire, has taken a key step towards helping end the stigma surrounding dementia. 

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North Herefordshire Parliamentary Candidate Selected


Herefordshire Liberal Democrats have chosen Jeanie Falconer as their prospective parliamentary candidate for the North Herefordshire seat at the General Election on May 7th.

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Former Mayor raises nearly £6000 for local youth charity


Councillor Chris Bartrum served as mayor of Ross-on-Wye during 2013-14 and he nominated the Basement Youth Trust as his charity. 

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Shirley Williams promotes Community Award in memory of local student


Local law student Stephen Sherwood died aged 25, earlier this year. Despite having two kidney transplants and losing his sight, Stephen was involved in his local community and planned to stand for the Council in 2015.

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New Bus Service Success


Since last summer, Hereford Liberal Democrats and Age UK have been working with residents suffering from the loss of local bus services as part of Council cutbacks.

Photo: Cllr Polly Andrews and Lucy Hurds celebrate the news of a First bus service for the Stephens Close Area 

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