Cardiff Lib Dems react to Brexit vote

Reacting to the results of the European referendum, Cllr Judith Woodman, Leader of Cardiff's Liberal Democrats, said:
"I am proud that Cardiff voted to Remain in Europe by such a large margin, but I'm upset that the rest of Wales and the UK has not chosen to follow.

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Lib Dems secure new 3G pitches for Pentwyn

Liberal Democrat Councillors in Pentwyn have successfully secured funding to build a new 3G all weather football pitch at Parc Coed Y Nant next to Pentwyn Leisure Centre.

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School Places Chaos

Eluned Parrott is calling for urgent action to address the shortage of secondary school places in the North of Cardiff.

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Library Let-Down

It has taken Cardiff’s Labour-run Council 16 months to find a temporary replacement for Roath Library, which was closed in
November 2014.But now local residents have branded the replacement, based in the Cardiff Royal Infirmary, a disgrace.

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Dissolution of the National Assembly for Wales

This website was established while I was Assembly Member for South Wales Central. As the National Assembly for Wales has been dissolved, there are no Assembly Members from 6th April 2016 until the results of the elections on 5th May 2016 are known.

South Wales Central Regional Office can still be reached on 029 2046 2326.

Thank you,

Eluned


Making our communities safer

Popular Cardiff Councillor Judith Woodman has been selected by the Lib Dems as their candidate for Police and Crime Commissioner on May 5th.

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Oldwell Court still at risk

Cuts are expected to fall on Oldwell Court Alzheimer's Day Centre soon, as Cardiff Council consults on cuts to their budget. Information was released by the Alzheimer's society who have started a petition on Change.org.

The Council’s Community and Adult Services Scrutiny Committee is planning to meet to discuss the matter later today, the 20th of January, where the Alzheimer's Society are giving evidence.

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Governments must be more pro-active in supporting our steel industry

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have called on the UK and Welsh Governments to be more pro-active in supporting Wales’ steel industry.

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Llanishen and Lisvane Resevoir safeguarded by Welsh Water

Llanishen and Lisvane Reservoirs were last week saved by 999 year deal between CELSA UK and Welsh Water. The deal will secure the future of the site for generations to come.

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Welsh Labour Minister set to overrule local residents’ concerns

The controversial Churchlands Development of 1,200 new houses in North Cardiff is one step closer according to a letter from Welsh Labour Minister Carl Sargent. This letter states that he was minded to approve appeal decision subject to some minor changes despite a huge public outcry against the development by local residents.

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