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This is the official web site of Gloucester Liberal Democrats. Read about our campaigns, our councillors and how we can all work together to make our city a better place to live.

For the Liberal Democrats, local government is key - localism, community politics, and a real commitment to devolved power are all hallmarks of the Liberal Democrat approach.

We pride ourselves on working hard all year round, not just at election time.

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Latest News

  • Dr Rebecca Trimnell at Hill Farm in Hempsted
    Article: Jul 6, 2020
    The Liberal Democrats are fighting plans to build hundreds of new homes in Hempsted.
    Developers have submitted a planning application for the construction of 245 properties at Hill Farm, off Hempsted Lane.
    The development falls within a cordon sanitaire - which prohibits housing near to the sewage works.
  • Plock Court poppy field
    Article: Jul 5, 2020
    A stunning display of poppies and wild flowers at Plock Court is proving popular with residents.
    The flowers were planted as part of the Gloucester Urban Greening Project.
    A colourful snake made of pebbles also brightened up Longlevens. The snake - called Stanley - is outside Holy Trinity Church.
  • Becky Booth
    Article: Jul 1, 2020

    Local resident Becky Booth set up a network of volunteers before the lockdown to help people across Longlevens. Here she describes what she did.

    "I asked for help to set up a directory of volunteers on the Longlevens Noticeboard Facebook group and hundreds signed up.

    "Together with the local GP surgery, PCSOs, councillors, community leaders and primary school head teacher we forged a plan.

  • Jeremy Hilton and policy planning
    Article: Jun 23, 2020
    Councillors are to acknowledge the contribution of the city in helping the most vulnerable in Gloucester during the coronavirus pandemic.
    A cross-party motion by the Liberal Democrats and Labour Party will be debated by councillors at a meeting of the city council on July 9.
    The motion praises everyone in the community, as well as council staff, care sector workers and volunteers who helped those in need in Gloucester over the last three months.
  • Thank you NHS
    Article: Jun 20, 2020

    The Liberal Democrats want to say thank you to everyone in Longlevens who has helped other members of the community over the last few months during the Covid-19 lockdown.

    Coronavirus is the biggest peacetime crisis our country has faced in generations.

    And in tough times Longlevens pulled together to help each other - especially the most vulnerable.