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A Record of Action
Mark canvassing
A Record of Action
Mark outside St Andrews CE
A Record of Action
Mark talking to officer
A Record of Action
LibDems work all year round
  • Ed Craven highlights sunken drain
    Article: Dec 9, 2017

    In our winter focus we reported local flooding on Greavestown Lane.

    Local campaigner Ed Craven highlighted the issue to fellow campaigner Mark Jewell. Mark wrote to Lancashire County Council to report it.

    In an update on the Lancashire County Council website it was reported as closed on 27th November 2017 (ref: 268297).

  • Mark views what already goes on at St Christopher's
    Article: Aug 3, 2017
    By Mark Jewell

    Local Campaigner, Mark Jewell, attended the public meeting at St Christopher's Church earlier this summer.

    Mark explained, "the public meeting was to hold an open meeting about the concept design and the Church's continued work within the community".

    Rev Peter Hamborg explained that the aim was to fund the new building from charitable trusts interested in community projects. He added, that securing the future of the building secures the long term future of the remembrance garden.

  • Vince Cable campaigning on Larches with Mark Jewell
    Article: Jul 21, 2017
    By Mark Jewell

    Vince Cable is the new leader if the Liberal Democrats.

    Local campaigner, Mark Jewell says Vince speaks for us all.

    Mark recalls when Vince came to Preston. "I had just started in local politics and Vince joined me canvassing in Larches. He offered some great advice on the casework we had collected. The following year I was elected as the City Councillor for Larches.

  • Mark outside St Andrews CE
    Article: May 2, 2017

    Local Liberal Democrats are fighting against school funding cuts in Preston.

    Recent figures from the National Union of Teachers show that schools in Lancashire will lose £67,726,441, in real terms, by 2019. This amounts to an average loss of £440 a year for each child. That is the equivalent of 1,841 teachers being cut from Lancashire schools. Ashton Community Science College would lose over half a million pounds by 2019 equivalent to 14 teachers being cut.(source: schoolcuts.org.uk)

  • Article: Jan 5, 2017

    As the 12 days of Christmas draw to a close, many will be taking down their Christmas tree this weekend.

    To get rid of your real tree you can either pay the Council to take it away or you can take it to the Waste and Recycling centre on Tom Benson Way (first roundabout North of Preston Sports Arena). The winter opening times are 7 days a week, 8am - 5pm.

  • Lib Dems have a clear and positive vision for our Country
    Article: Dec 2, 2016

    Another amazing by-election result for the Liberal Democrats has seen them elect Sarah Olney to Parliament, sending a thumping message to the Conservative Government.

    Sarah will be the new MP for the former Conservative stronghold of Richmond Park after she overturned a huge 23,000 vote majority to win.

  • Opinion poll: Sep 18, 2016
    Do you support the idea of a dedicated NHS and social care tax, shown on your paypacket?
  • Article: Sep 17, 2016

    Liberal Democrat Health Spokesperson Norman Lamb announced plans today for a 'New Beveridge Group' of independent health experts to consider the case for a dedicated NHS and care tax.

    Speaking to party members at the Liberal Democrat Autumn Conference in Brighton, former health minister Norman Lamb called for "honesty and straight talking" on the cash crisis facing the health and care sector, raising the possibility of an extra penny on a new dedicated NHS and care tax. The proposal builds on his previous calls for the introduction of a separate health and care tax which would be marked out on people's payslips.