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The Liberal Democrats believe in a country that's open, tolerant and united. Here in the Weston-super-Mare constituency we are fighting against the disastrous Hard Brexit being forced through by the Conservatives; for a £6 billion investment in our NHS - helping to save Weston's Accident and Emergency Department; and we're opposing Tory Government plans to cut £10 million from our local schools and academies.

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  • coffee cake
    Event: Nov 25, 2017 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    18 Southmead Road, WsM.

    Coffee morning at Joan Dunne's: 18 Southmead Road, WsM.

    £3.50 with beautiful cake and political conversation. Not to mention cake to buy and ake away!

  • Article: Nov 14, 2017

    Liberal Democrat leader, Vince Cable, today set out the Liberal Democrat approach to the Budget. The full text is below.

    As Leader of the Liberal Democrats, it is one of my responsibilities to give a serious Lib Dem analysis of the economics around the Budget, and to present an alternative.

    I have recently been returned to Parliament from exile.

  • Article: Nov 14, 2017

    On the face of it, this seems like a major concession. But the reality is it simply isn't good enough.

    First of all, David Davis has said that even if Parliament votes down the deal, the UK will still leave the EU. This means MPs are essentially being told to take it or leave it.

    Secondly, the government is agreeing to give MPs a say on the final Brexit deal but not the public.

  • A&E
    Event: Dec 4, 2017 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    Grange Road, WsM.

    A candle-lit vigil and carol singing will be held at Weston hospital to mark 5 months since overnight closure of the A&E department. Please bring candles. Carol sheets will be provided. Please wear your rosettes to have a strong LibDem presence.

  • Puddings
    Event: Apr 7, 2018 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
    5 Dunkery Road, WsM.

    Not to be missed - An Easter celebration of puddings with a selection of 7 desserts.

    Phone: 624353/07776167705

    5 Dunkery Road, WsM. BS23 2TD

  • New Year
    Event: Jan 13, 2018 7:30 PM - 8:00 PM
    39 Lower Church Road, WsM.

    Zena's infamous New Year Party and Quiz. Great food and wine but bring your brains with you! A great way to see in the new year.

    £15 per head. (RSVP Zena 414187)

  • Christmas
    Event: Dec 16, 2017 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    35 Madam Lane, Worle, WsM.

    Christmas coffee morning with mince pies at Val Field's, 35 Madam Lane. (RSVP 510006)

    Come and exchange Christmas cards as well as enjoying the festive period. £3.50

  • Nelsons
    Event: Dec 15, 2017 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
    Nelsons Fish and Grill, 7 Birnbeck Road, WsM. BS23 2EE

    An unusual Christmas Dinner for our district. £16 per person for fish and chips with a choice of cod, haddock or plaice on offer at Nelson's Fish and Grill.

    Lets celebate the season together with crackers and chocolate christmas cake!

    Please RSVP Tina Roberts tinawroberts@hotmail.com or 07776167705 to reserve your place with £5 deposit per person required.

  • Article: Nov 9, 2017

    by mikebell on 8 November, 2017

    Hundreds of local residents have marched through Weston to show their support for the campaign to protect emergency services at Weston Hospital.

    Weston's Accident and Emergency (A&E) unit has been closed overnight since the summer as health bosses struggle to recruit staff and balance the books.

    Local Lib Dem councillors Mike Bell and Robert Payne joined representatives of other parties at the protest.

    Speaking at a rally at the end of the march, Councillor Mike Bell said: "The NHS is too important for party politics to get in the way. We need to stand united and send a clear message that we want our local health services protected. Weston is a growing town and we desperately need additional health services, not fewer."

  • Article: Nov 7, 2017

    The advert, which forms part of a new campaign called 'Blood Normal', attempts to get rid of the embarrassment around the 'Aunt Flo' after a recent survey found that nine out of ten women attempt to hide the fact they are on their period, and 56% of girls said they would rather be bullied at school than talk to their parents about periods.