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Welcome to the Mid Suffolk Liberal Democrats website

The Mid Suffolk Liberal Democrat Local Party covers the Mid Suffolk District Council area, which goes from Bramford in the south to Palgrave in the north, Debenham in the east and Thurston in the west. The population of this area is approximately 100,000, and there are 123 towns and villages within its boundaries. It is a very large rural area.

For the General Election 2019 the Local Party partly covers two parliamentary constituencies, Central Suffolk and North Ipswich Constituency, and Bury St Edmunds Constituency. As part of the 'Unite to Remain' agreement was forged by the 'Remain" alliance of the Liberal Democrats, Greens, Plaid Cymru and Change UK, the Liberal Democrats are not fielding a candidate in Bury St Edmunds.

Our Parliamentary Candidate for Central Suffolk and North Ipswich is

James Sandbach

James Sandbach

James was adopted as the local party's candidate on November 10th in Henley

Liberal Democrats will:

Prioritise the Climate NOW

Invest in Young People NOW

Secure Fairer Funding for Suffolk NOW

BIN BREXIT AND MOVE ON

Vote James Sandbach on 12th December

and let's get started NOW

https://www.facebook.com/james4Suffolk/

@james4suffolk

Contact: 01728 621398

Email:contact@eastfuffolk-libdems.org.uk

Published by Gary Kitching on behalf of James Sandbach (Liberal Democrats) all at Harvest Barn, Church Farm, Clay Hills, Framlingham, Suffolk, IP13 9JJ

OUR FIVE POINT PLAN

  1. HOUSING
    Set up a housing company by releasing money from council commercial properties outside the district to build more affordable homes.
  2. ENVIRONMENT
    Invest in renewable energy and reduce waste. Protect the natural environment and open spaces. Increase cycling provision.
  3. YOUTH COUNCIL
    Set a youth council with powers to influence policies. (See here for more information).
  4. AREA COMMITTEES
    Organise area committees involving local people with meetings across the district.
  5. PLANNING
    Support neighbour plans and work with them to reduce the impact of major developments, and make sure enforcement is carried out.