A Broken Promise from the Conservatives

Windsor and Maidenhead Lib Dems initiated the Community Warden scheme in 2004. The Conservatives liked it so much, they promised to increase the number of community wardens from 18 to 36 in their 2015 manifesto. This was one Tory pledge we could really get behind — RBWM’s community wardens work tirelessly in the community to […]


Let’s all fight graffiti!

Local residents have been contacting the local Lib Dems complaining about the amount of graffiti that is not getting cleaned off. Simon Werner says, “This is massively disappointing.” “Twelve years ago when this has become a problem before, the local Lib Dems who were running the council.  I introduced a graffiti task force, which among […]


Joshua Reynolds Selected as Lib Dem General Election Candidate

Maidenhead-born Joshua won over a packed hustings on 12th September, with his vision for the future and commitment to engage with the constituency’s younger voters. As yet, Joshua doesn’t know whether he’ll be looking to unseat the Prime Minister, Theresa May, or keep her successor out of Westminster; either way, he’s ready for the fight. He has […]


Preventing Parking Chaos

Local residents are getting more concerned about the plans, or lack of them, to solve the increasing problems of parking in the town centre. Current problems have been caused by the loss of part of Hines Meadow car park and the increase in residential apartments with inadequate parking. We also need to be investing in […]


Borough needs to tackle flooding

Local Lib Dems have been working with parishes across the Borough to assess whether the Council is ready to deal with flooding. Mandy Brar said, “We think there are six things the Borough must do to keep us safe and dry.” 1. Commit to providing pumps and barriers to protect key infrastructure including sewage pumping […]


CCTV Saved by Lib Dems

Ten months ago, the Conservatives put forward proposals to cut 30 CCTV cameras across the Borough and to stop the cameras being monitored 24 hours a day. The council declared that no CCTV camera had been switched off despite evidence showing that seven of them had already been. Cllr Simon Werner’s campaign forced them not […]

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