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  • D Harris ()
    Article: May 2, 2020

    CAMPAIGN SUCCESS!

    We are delighted to be able to report that the campaign to persuade Hampshire County Council to re-open the Household Waste Recycling Centres has succeeded!

    We would like to express our thanks to everyone who contacted us online and through other means to support the campaign to safely re-open the facilities.

    The decision was made by Councillor Rob Humby (Pictured here with our colleague Cllr David Harrison receiving an earlier petition to keep the tips open for business).

    County bosses have confirmed that they are working on plans to re-open rubbish tips, with a number of social distancing measures set in place.

    It comes as on Tuesday night Robert Jenrick, Secretary of State for housing, communities and local government, asked councils to "safely plan" the opening of recycling centres in line with social distancing guidelines.

    Now Hampshire County Council said it is working with its waste contractor on plans as to how and when recycling centres could re-open safely.

    A date has not yet been fixed, but we are hopeful it will be in the next two weeks.

    This is good news for everyone. It will certainly assist residents wanting to dispose of waste, reduce bonfires and fly tipping incidents. Of course, it will need to be done safely and in that respect, we are grateful to those who also expressed concerns.
  • Article: Apr 30, 2020

    NHS and care staff across Britain are putting their lives on the line to look after us. That's why we're setting out a plan to give frontline workers the support they need and recognition they deserve.

    Our Frontline Support Package includes urgent provision for PPE, practical help for frontline workers, and an additional service payment for each day on the frontline.

    Show your support for this initiative @ https://www.libdems.org.uk/frontline and help us to press the government to get our essential front line workers the protection and support they need!

    https://www.libdems.org.uk/frontline?fbclid=IwAR1O5FWkX0_lEmwpMWyTHnhbjA9gASN_OviFT76YAfAh3vvMp5BiwBzQKnw

  • san
    Article: Apr 3, 2020

    CLLR GIDLEY'S OTHER ROLE

    Apart from being a TVBC councillor for Abbey ward, Sandra Gidley is also President of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. This body which represents pharmacists across England, Scotland and Wales. These people are vital frontline workers in this current crisis.

    This is what Sandra had to say recently:

  • Article: Apr 1, 2020

    Test Valley Council has been working non stop to set up the emergency arrangements in response to Coronavirus and the Liberal Democrat councillors want to thank the officers for their dedication and tireless work.

    Liberal Democrat councillors are supporting their communities. Working with the Test Valley Resilience team, disseminating essential information down through the community and promoting key contact numbers - for all types of support.

  • Abbey
    Article: Mar 12, 2020

    COME AND MEET YOUR ROMSEY COUNCILLORS

    Romsey TCouncillors, will be holding an informal open surgery on Saturday 21 March 10:00 - 12:00 at the Town Hall, Market Place, Romsey.

    We would be delighted to see residents from Test Valley and talk over problems, discuss ideas for improvement and answer your questions.

    Don't keep things to yourself, come and tell us! Please help us to help you.

    Photo: Romsey Town Abbey Ward Councillors (L to R): Cllr Claire Wise, Cllr Sandra Gidley, Cllr Sally Lamb, Cllr Simon WIlkinson, Cllr Nik Daas, Cllr John Critchley.

  • banning flats
    Article: Feb 15, 2020

    RESIDENTS of flats which have had broken security doors and buzzers for almost a year are urging for something to be done.

    The flats, which are on Banning Street, Romsey have had problems with them since May last year.

    Some of the blocks of flats have non-working buzzers and security doors - meaning anyone could wander the flats and knock on any door they wish.