On a wet and very windy Saturday, Fareham Lib Dems joined with campaigners from all parties to ask Fareham shoppers their views on what should happen next in the Brexit Process. The final count May’s Deal – 9 Leave with no deal – 34 People’s Vote – 21 Revoke Article 50 – 44 A majority … Read moreBrexitometer returns
We will be joining an all party stall in Fareham town center on Saturday 16th (10.30am to 1pm) to campaign for a People’s Vote on Brexit. Please come join us and show your support!
Is spring really here? Have we seen the last of the warm sunny weather during this last week? Will the weather last? Oh dear no, the rain is back with a vengeance and the temperatures are dropping again. Ah well, meteorological spring began on 1st March so maybe the weather will improve soon. Will the … Read moreFareham East Ward Newsletter
Roger helps bus passengers Roger Price has won some help for residents hit by the withdrawal of the F3 Bus. He has helped persuade the County Council to subsidise a partial service on Wednesdays, the busiest day of the week. See full story in the latest isssue of Portchester News.
Fareham’s Council Tax is to rise beyond the inflation rate for the fourth year running. The council meeting on February 20 agreed a Council Tax of £160.22 per Band D property for 20190-20, a rise of £5 compared to the current year. Lib Dem councillors reluctantly supported the rise to prevent cuts in services. But … Read moreReform Council Tax, say Lib Dems
Fareham Liberal Democrats joined a 2,500 strong march to call for a People’s Vote for the people to have a final say on the Brexit deal. The march was friendly and positive with people from all walks of life and political persuasions. Crowds were treated to some light hearted Brexit themed songs, followed by speeches … Read moreWinchester March for a People’s Vote
The Brexitometer came to Fareham this weekend, asking local residents: is Brexit is going well, how it will affect Jobs, the NHS and should we have a vote on the final deal. Lib Dems were joined by Green and Labour activists in a cross party attempt to engage with local residents, discuss the impact of the … Read moreBrexitometer comes to Fareham
However, already begun again? In October, residents of Moresby Court in Westbury Road asked me to ‘do something’ about the unsightly mess in the loading bay behind the closed Argos store.I contacted our Enforcement Team, expectIng it to be removed within a few days. WRONG! As it is on private land, not Fareham Borough Council … Read moreFly tipping behind Argos removed!
Read on to see our vision for the way your Council should be run, and the services it should provide. Democracy We will promote democratic change in the running of council affairs. Housing We will promote the building of new homes, which actually serve local residents across all sectors of need, using Brownfield rather than … Read moreOur Vision for Fareham
Residents in Hill Head have been deeply angered by an application to erect a two metre fence round part of the open space between Springfield Way, Dallington Close and Mulberry Avenue. The green has been enjoyed by everyone for decades since the estate was built, but there are reports that part of the land was … Read moreNew fence plan causes offence