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  • shine
    Article: Apr 25, 2017

    Cllr Keith Aspden visited the York City Knights Foundation on Thursday at Rowntree Park to promote the activities available for children, young people and families in the city.

    York's Shine magazine is aimed at school age children, young people and families. It contains information on lots of great activities throughout York that you can do in your free time.

  • Article: Apr 25, 2017

    Nestle has today announced it is planning to cut 166 jobs at its York site. This would be part of wider cuts of 300 jobs across the UK, read more about the news here.

    Cllr Aspden, Leader of Lib Dem Group and Deputy Leader of City of York Council, commented "I am concerned to hear about these potential job losses in York. I will ask the Council to ensure that it receives assurances from Nestle that support will be in place to give workers and families the support they need - particularly as the 45-day consultation starts."

  • Nick Love and James Blanchard
    Article: Apr 21, 2017

    James Blanchard and Nick Love will be the Liberal Democrat candidates in York at the General Election on June 8th 2017.

    James Blanchard will be the candidate for York Outer, the constituency in which he stood at the last General Election. James has a track record of campaigning to protect York's Greenbelt locally and will join the many residents who disagree with Theresa May's hard Brexit. He has worked for a number of major regional companies and organisations in senior communications and campaigning roles.

  • Article: Apr 21, 2017

    Liberal Democrats on City of York Council are supporting putting £250,000 into five communities around York.

    At next week's City of York Executive meeting, Liberal Democrat members will support an additional £250,000 investment, over the next two years, into a local area approach to promoting financial inclusion. The additional funding will complement the existing ward committee funding and the new local area teams to ensure that all parts of York benefit from being in one of the North of England's strongest and most economically vibrant cities.

  • Article: Apr 18, 2017

    Theresa May has announced plans for a 'snap' general election on the 8th of June. Voting Liberal Democrat will show that you support the real opposition to the Conservative government's plans for a hard Brexit.

    If you are interested in helping us campaign locally, email info@yorklibdems.org.uk, donate at https://yorklibdems.org.uk/en/donate or join the party at https://libdems.secure.force.com/LiberalDemocrats/NewMemberRegistration