Meet Zöe Franklin

Guildford's LibDem candidate for MP


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

General Election

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



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Local news

Surrey County Council News

Is this the Time to Close Council Care Homes?

One privately owned residential care home in Surrey has recently been closed by Care Quality Commission meaning that older people had to be moved at short notice. Another home close to Surrey's borders which the council has used for care packages was also closed down. A check of Care Quality Commission's website shows that there are 5 privately owned homes within 13 miles of Guildford where they have been found to be inadequate in one or more categories.

2 Mar 2015

UK Lib Dem news

Health, Care & the NHS

Dental crisis: Fewer than 4 in 10 patients in Worcestershire have been seen by an NHS dentist in past two years

The number of people who’ve seen an NHS dentist in Worcestershire has plummeted in recent years, shocking new figures uncovered by the Liberal Democrats have revealed. Only 36.6% of adults in Worcestershire, were able to secure an appointment with an NHS dentist in the past two years. This is down from 48.2% who saw an NHS dentist in the two years up to 2018. In a similarly desperate situation, only 48.2% of children in Worcestershire have been able to see a dentist in the last 12 months, despite the NHS recommending under-18s see a dentist at least once a year. This is down from 58.3% of children who had seen an NHS dentist in the year to 2018. The stark figures were compiled by the House of Commons Library following a request by the Liberal Democrats. It comes as distressing polling has found that one in five (21%) adults unable to see a dentist have carried out DIY dentistry in a desperate attempt to relieve their pain.

22 Sep 2022

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