Demand a better Maidenhead

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Maidenhead Liberal Democrats will fight to make our town greener, smarter and fairer, for the sake of all our residents — now and in the future.

Maidenhead residents have endured austerity politics for more than ten years now, and the evidence is to be seen wherever you look — the deterioration of the town centre, the lack of social housing, and graffiti-covered buildings and alley ways.

Maidenhead Lib Dems promise to clean up the mess. But we won’t stop there. With your help, we’ll build a town we can all be proud of.

Do you think our borough deserves better? Join us now.

“I support my local Lib Dems as they are my voice in the community”


We demand better for Maidenhead

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You don’t have to be ‘in’ to help out! Residents who traditionally vote Conservative, Labour and Green are lending their voices to our demands for a better Maidenhead, and their time to help us achieve it.

Whether your forte is to organise events, deliver leaflets or simply make an awesome brew, you’re assured of a warm welcome. Why not join our growing band of volunteers?

Help us build a brighter future for Maidenhead by helping to fund our campaigns.

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