Meet Zöe Franklin

Guildford's LibDem candidate for MP

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We are committed to making our town and villages greener, fairer and thriving places to live and work in - not just for some parts of the borough, but for every neighbourhood and for everyone who lives and works here.

Following the local elections on Thursday 4th May 2023, the Liberal Democrats have 25 councillors and are the largest group on Guildford Borough Council. With this majority, we are officially the lead group on the council.

To view a full list of our councillors click here.

To read more about our plan for a greener, fairer and thriving future for all of Guildford Borough click here.

The newly elected LibDem councillors in May 2023

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Zöe Franklin is aiming to be Guildford's next LibDem MP.

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Lib Dems say: "Council must act now on Improvement Plan to protect Surrey's vulnerable children

The Children's Improvement Plan 2015 to improve Surrey's inadequate Children's Services was today published by the County Council. The plan was required following the Ofsted inspection report published in June 2015 that rated Surrey's Children's Service as "inadequate". Inspectors concluded that there were "widespread and serious failures that potentially leave children at risk of harm."

9 Sep 2015
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LIBERAL DEMOCRATS SAY COUNTY COUNCIL MUST FUND 20 MPH SPEED LIMITS OUTSIDE SCHOOLS WHERE WANTED

The Liberal Democrats on Surrey County Council are calling on the Council to provide the necessary funding to implement 20 mph speed limits outside Surrey schools where requested by the school and the local community. Cllr Hazel Watson, Leader of the Liberal Democrats on Surrey County Council, said "Surrey parents want their children to be safe going to and from school and 20 mph speed limits outside schools help to achieve this by reducing traffic speeds and improving road safety. A reduced speed limit warns drivers that they need to slow down near a school and in general drivers do slow down."

13 Jul 2015
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