Powys Lib Dems in Dog Theft Vigilance Plea

Kirsty Williams, Welsh Liberal Democrat Member of the Senedd for Brecon & Radnorshire, and Alison Alexander, Welsh Liberal Democrat Senedd candidate for Montgomeryshire, have backed a Dyfed-Powys Police campaign, Operation Rhinestone, to raise awareness of dog theft and ways to protect dogs from criminals.   

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A Liberal History of Montgomeryshire Webinar Recording

Thank you to all those that came along to Richard Church's 'Liberal History of Montgomeryshire' webinar. 

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Lib Dem Candidates Wade In On NVZ Announcement

Powys’s local Lib Dem candidates have waded in on the announcement that the Welsh Government intends to introduce a Nitrate Vulnerable Zone (NVZ) across the whole of Wales from as early as April 1.

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Senedd Candidate Calls For Long Term Solutions To Tackle Flooding

The Welsh Liberal Democrats have renewed their calls for an urgent rollout of landscape-scale flood management schemes following this month’s damaging flooding.  The party is also calling for the introduction of new standards of flood resilience for buildings and infrastructure in flood-risk areas.

The flooded Severn last year from the A458 at Buttington Cross, Welshpool, looking down towards the Breidden Hills in the distance. Photo: Dylan Evans via Shropshire Star

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Bee-killing pesticides on sugar beet crops – stark proof we can’t have our cake and eat it


Welsh Lib Dems call for Cross Party Economic Recovery Council for Wales


Lib Dem President Dr Mark Pack Members' Webinar

Join us on the 23rd of January at 1 p.m and get to talk to the President of our party, Dr. Mark Pack. 

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Lack of COVID Support Leaves Montgomeryshire's Self-Employed in Dire Need


Alison Alexander selected as Welsh Liberal Democrat Senedd candidate for Montgomeryshire


TORIES PUT RURAL AREAS AT “BOTTOM OF THE PILE” AGAIN WITH BROADBAND TARGET CUT

Kirsty Williams, Welsh Liberal Democrat Member of the Senedd for Brecon & Radnorshire, and James Gibson-Watt, the Leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrat-Green Group on Powys County Council, have condemned the decision by the Conservative UK Government to scale back rural broadband connectivity targets.  

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