£30m pothole blitz for Cornwall

Lib Dems on Cornwall Cornwall Council have secured funding to spend £30million on repairing potholes and improving road surfaces over next three years.

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Fingers crossed for Newquay Spaceport

An announcement on Newquay’s bid to become the UK’s space capital is expected within the next week or so, and local Councillors say their hopes are ‘sky high’. The announcement from the UK Space Agency of the successful sites had been delayed but it is now expected in May, and all indications are that it is good news for Newquay and Cornwall.

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Geoff welcomes new buses to mid Cornwall

Geoff Brown, Lib Dem Cornwall Councillor for Newquay Pentire and Portfolio holder for Transport at Cornwall Council has welcomed the latest fleet of 41 First Kernow buses which are now arriving in the county to operate in mid Cornwall.

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Steven wins Newquay Town Council election

Many thanks to all those who helped Steven Daniell to become a Town Councillor for the Newquay Treviglas Ward recently.

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Steven Daniell chosen as Newquay Lib Dems candidate

Local campaigner Steven Daniell has been selected as the Liberal Democrat candidate for the vacancy on the Town Council representing Newquay Treviglas – which covers Porth and St Columb Minor.

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St Austell Lib Dems open new HQ

St Austell Liberal Democrats are delighted to announce the opening of their new HQ in Fore Street, St Austell.

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New road link will be a real bonus for communities

The completion of a new road link between St Austell and the A30 has become a step nearer today with the announcement that the Government is prepared to contribute £79 million towards the cost of the scheme.

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Recycling - putting the record straight

It is disappointing but not surprising to read our MP’s recent newspaper article attacking proposals to increase recycling in Cornwall. The implication that Cornwall should be somehow exempt from recycling because we live in a rural area is frankly shocking.

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Recycling Is Good

A group of St Austell Lib Dem councillors recently visited the Bodmin Waste Recycling Facility to witness first hand what happens to our recycling waste after collection. Bodmin is only one of two WRF’s in Cornwall, the other is at Pool.

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Newquay Library is saved for local people thanks to Geoff Brown

Newquay library has been saved for local people and is to be operated and run by Newquay Town Council thanks to Geoff Brown, Lib Dem Cornwall Councillor for Newquay Central and Portfolio Holder for Communities.

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