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  • Pizza and Politics event in Sandwich 25th Jan 2018
    Event: Jan 25, 2018 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    117 Dover Road, Sandwich, CT13 0DA

    One of our regular social meetings where we meet, talk about what's happening in politics localy and nationaly and enjoy each other's company.

    Alison Suttie will lead the discussion today on the current political situation. She is a British Liberal Democrat politician and was appointed a life peer in the House of Lords in September 2013.

    Could you please let Di Osborn know if they are going to attend, to help with catering:

    Tel: 01304 611596
    Email: Di.osborn@btinternet.com

    No charge but donations will be welcome

    Downloadable Poster

  • LibDem Pint
    Event: Jan 26, 2018 6:30 PM
    Royal Hotel, Deal

    Come along to our "Lib Dem Pint" social event

    It doesn't matter if you're a Lib Dem member, a member of another party or if you've never really been interested in politics before - you have a voice in a warm, open and tolerant vision for Britain and you are very welcome.

    Catch up with friends, meet new friends and discuss a range of topics.

  • Rob Bird
    Article: Jan 15, 2018

    Kent residents will suffer increased council tax bills next year as the County Council is set to increase its council tax charge by 4.99%. This means an increase of £52.32 pa for a Band C homeowner. The Government is cutting its funding of the County Council by another £46.4 million. Meanwhile the County Council's Conservative Cabinet is struggling with increased demand for crucial services and cost pressures.

    Despite additional council tax revenue from increased housing , KCC is planning savings of £53.4 million largely through service cuts and increased charges. Further staff cuts are planned saving £6.4 million and putting further pressure on KCC's beleaguered workforce. £8.2 million of the planned cuts have not yet been specified.

  • Angie Curwen collecting signitures for petition against bus route closures in Minster, Dec 2017
    Article: Jan 14, 2018
    By Martyn Pennington

    Congratulations to Angie Curwen on coming second in the by-election for the Villages ward for Thanet District Council.

    She had the support of 25% of those voting, which was a huge increase on previous Lib Dem results in this ward, and comfortably beat Labour, an independent and the Greens.

    The re-election of the Conservative candidate in the scheduled 2019 elections will be hotly contested.This result was achieved with a lot of support from Thanet members, and also a helping hand from members in Canterbury and other local Lib Dem parties.

  • Lib Dem 100 Club Poster
    Article: Jan 14, 2018

    It's that time of the year for old and new members to join.

    It costs just £1.00 a month to have one number in the draw and there are two pay outs, one for £10 and one of £5. The prize money does go up once we hit the 100 members!

    Members can pay monthly or yearly and can pay by standing order. For membership forms and standing order forms just contact the East Kent Coast treasurer, John Finnegan - treasurer@eastkentcoastlibdems.org.uk

  • Fly-tipping on Canterbury Road near Sarre Dec 2017
    Article: Jan 1, 2018

    Villages report that fly-tipping and litter problems are important challenges to improving life in Thanet

    49% of respondents to our Thanet Villages survey in December 2017 are rightly concerned that there is a big fly-tipping problem, particularly in the rural areas surrounding our villages.

    Irresponsible dumping of waste takes place on the highway, lay byes and private land.

Lib Dem 100 Club Poster

Pizza and Politics

Lib Dem Pizza

Sandwich, 25th Jan


LibDem Pint

Royal Hotel, Deal

26th Jan 6:30 PM