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Wokingham Without Ward

Election boundaries are changing with 18 new wards across Wokingham Borough, each represented by 3 councillors. The Wokingham Without ward is unchanged.

This year all 3 councillors will be elected. In future years, one will be elected in each year, in 3 years out of 4.

Your Liberal Democrat Candidates for Wokingham Without

Use your 3 votes for your 3 Liberal Democrat Candidates for Wokingham Without (pictured left to right):

Your Liberal Democrat councillors are:

  • Marc Brunel-Walker
  • Jordan Montgomery
  • Chris Salmon

Click here for more information and biographies.

Liberal Democrats working for you in Wokingham Without

Polling station finally out of Oaklands School

For the last 9 years your local Lib Dems have been campaigning to move our polling station out of Oaklands School, something we were repeatedly told by the Tories was not possible.

The new Lib Dem-run Council has successfully  fulfilled on our promise, and the new polling station is now at St Sebastian's Hall.

Councillor Jordan Montgomery says, "We made a pledge to the parents who suffered the disruption of the school being closed nearly every year for polling day, and I am so glad that we have delivered!”

Working hard to get Nine Mile Ride re-opened

While the emergency gas works on Nine Mile Ride were unavoidable, as local residents ourselves we know the difficulty this has caused. We will continue to work closely with Wokingham Borough Council Officers and the Gas Board to ensure that disruption is kept to a minimum, and that the road is re-opened as soon as possible.

A helping hand this winter

Wokingham Borough residents who are struggling to pay for essentials during the cost-of-living crisis could get a grant of up to £240 to help with the cost of
food, fuel and other essentials. Councillor Jordan Montgomery says, “This is good news with more residents than evergrappling with higher costs for food, energy and housing. The Lib Dems running Wokingham Borough Council have created a £250,000 fund for longer term projects to tackle the root causes of poverty.”

 

News from Wokingham Without

New outlets for recycling bag collections

Green recycling bags can now be picked up from 12 additional hubs across Wokingham Borough, bringing the total up to 17, as the council prepares to change its household waste collections.

28 Feb 2024
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a pot hole
Finchampstead

Additional resurfacing funds completely inadequate

The government has announced that it will provide £418,000 of “resurfacing funds” to Wokingham to be spent on road maintenance. This fund is no where near enough to make up for their past underfunding.

14 Feb 2024
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