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2011 Local Election Results

Welcome to the website of the Liberal Democrats in the Windsor Constituency . We bring you news and views from Windsor, Ascot, Winkfield and surrounding areas.

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  • Julian Tisi infornt of Heatherwood Hospital in Ascot (Richard Coe CDT Design & Print use is permitted Liberal Democrats Windsor Constituency only, without prior permission.)
    Article: Apr 21, 2014
    By Philip Dewey in Windsor, Ascot & Eton Express - online

    Concerns have been raised by a campaign group over changes to the services offered at Heatherwood Hospital in Ascot.

    Save Heatherwood Hospital campaigners say they are 'furious' with NHS commissioners over the closure of services at the Ascot hospital and have criticised the Bracknell and Ascot Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) for not consulting the public.

  • Article: Apr 13, 2014
    In Royal Borough Observer - online

    GRANTS to the tune of thousands of pounds are up for grabs for residents, businesses and community groups left devastated by the winter flooding.

    Berkshire Community Foundation (BCF) set up a Flood Recovery Fund in February which has received £150,000 in donations and now the foundation is ready to start dishing out the grants.

  • Windsor Conservatives Broken Tree
    Article: Apr 11, 2014
    By Daniel Whiteway in Royal Borough Observer - online

    AN INTERNAL rupture has led to the collapse of a group shaping the planning future of a town - with the move hailed as a 'victory for democracy'.

    AN INTERNAL rupture has led to the collapse of a group shaping the planning future of a town - with the move hailed as a 'victory for democracy'.

    The Central Windsor Neighbourhood Plan (CWNP) forum voted to dissolve itself at a meeting at the Guildhall, on Monday (7/4).

  • Windsor Conservatives Broken Tree
    Article: Apr 9, 2014
    By Francis Batt in Windsor, Ascot & Eton Express - online

    An internal split has led to the collapse of the forum set up to prepare a neighbourhood plan for Windsor.

    Controversy has dogged the Central Windsor Neighbourhood Plan forum ever since it hived off its Dedworth and Eton members.

    Forum chairman Cllr Natasha Airey (Con, Park) said at the time it had become too big and divisive and that Dedworth and Eton should form their own forums.

  • Windsor Conservatives Broken Tree Logo
    Article: Mar 31, 2014
    By Daniel Whiteway in Royal Borough Observer - online

    Death could have been prevented

    A CATALOGUE of failings by numerous bodies has been revealed in an independent investigation into the circumstances leading up to the murder of an 11-month-old baby by his mother.

    A CATALOGUE of failings by numerous bodies has been recorded in the independent investigation into the circumstances in which an 11-month-old baby murdered by his mother.

  • Article: Mar 12, 2014
    By Francis Batt in Windsor, Ascot & Eton Express - online

    A personal encounter with David Cameron during last month's devastating floods has led parish councillor Ian Thompson to write to the Prime Minister with a special plea.

    Cllr Thompson - who is Datchet Parish Council's flooding spokesman - was at the forefront of the emergency response when the village disappeared under water last month.

  • Windsor Fire Station
    Article: Mar 7, 2014
    By Liberal Democrats Windsor Constituency

    The Royal Borough's proposed new fire station at the council's Tinkers Lane Depot will lack a number of key facilities.

    Representatives from the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead and Royal Berkshire Frie & Rescue signed a 30-year rent-free lease on Wednesday for a new mini fire station at Tinker's Lane in Windsor, as a result of which Windsor's proper St Mark's Road Fire Station will be sold for development.

  • Windsor Conservatives Broken Tree
    Article: Mar 7, 2014
    By Liberal Democrats Windsor Constituency

    Over the past four years 28 laptops and 24 mobile phones - which may contain local residents' confidential information - have been stolen or lost from council premises .

    An investigation led by the local press has uncovered the worryingly high figures which pose further questions about the under-fire Royal Borough's security measures.

  • Fire Engines overflow the St Mark's Road yard during recent flooding in the Thames Valley
    Article: Mar 1, 2014
    By Liberal Democrats Windsor Constituency

    Liberal Democrats in Windsor are calling on the Royal Berkshire Fire Authority
    to reverse its closure of Windsor's St Mark's Road Fire Station following the recent floods in the Thames Valley
    .

    Constant cutting of the Fire Service in our area has seen the number of fire-fighters in Windsor and Slough reduced from 94 to 68 and Windsor's St Mark's Road Fire Station closed. Yet during the recent floods, the full sized St Mark's Road Fire Station, was re-opened, proving its worth as a base for the large number of fire crews and fire appliances called into help with flooding in Old Windsor, Datchet and Wraysbury.

  • Article: Feb 7, 2014
    In The Royal Borough Observer online

    How Wexham Park Hospital got into such a mess: Lead governor speaks out

    HOSPITAL chiefs were so geared towards gaining foundation trust status they neglected their responsibilities over the everyday running of two hospitals - amassing a staggering £50m debt.

    Paul Henry, lead governor at Heatherwood and Wexham Park Hospitals' NHS Foundation Trust, reveals in an exclusive interview with The Observer - for the first time - the eye-watering debt at the trust.

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Windsor Fire Station: NOT For Sale

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Should Windsor's St Mark's Road Fire Station be closed and sold for development?