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  • Amy Tisi outside Lawns Nursery Windsor
    Article: Apr 26, 2019
    By Amy Tisi in CE Focus

    Nursery schools, such as the outstanding Lawns Nursery in Imperial Road, are fearful for their futures as the Conservative government plans to cut their funding.

    In 2017 the Tories introduced the Early Years Funding Formula for all childcare providers, which sought to make all early years providers receive the same amount of money. Realising their plans would leave council run nursery schools without enough money the tories provided transitional funding - but only until the end of the 2020 school year.

  • Amy Tisi Portrait
    Article: Apr 10, 2019

    Your Candidates for the 2019 Elections
    Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead

    Liberal Democrats in Windsor Constituency have announced their candidates for the elections to the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.

    "Windsor has brought some really talented people to our campaign this year, including experience in accountancy and finance, small business, education and schools and computing along with several experienced former councillors," says, Liberal Democrat leader, Simon Werner.

  • Building a 21st Century Borough
    Article: Apr 9, 2019
    By Windsor Liberal Democrats

    Windsor Lib Dems Manifesto Launch

    We want to build the Better, Smarter, Fairer Royal Borough that residents are asking for. that's why we have put together our 2019 manifesto.

    Click here to download the whole manifesto

    Click on the pictures to browse different areas:

    Building a 21st Century Borough

    Truly Affordable Housing

    Social Care


    Town Centres

    Building a Better Borough



    Crime and Grime

    Education and Young People

  • Article: Mar 22, 2019
    By Windsor Liberal Democrats in

    The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead just spent £100K promoting the Conservative Council, with £22,000 of illegally errected lamp post banners and an £80,000 propaganda film.

    We've all seen Windsor going downhill in the 12 years since the Tories have been in charge.

    What if they'd spent £100K making the town a better place instead?

  • Survey: Mar 22, 2019
    5 questions

    Our council just spent £100K promoting themselves, with banners on lamp posts and a promotional film, when we've all seen Windsor going downhill in the 12 years the Tories have been in charge.

    What if they'd spent £100K making the town a better place instead? What would you do with £100K that would deliver real value to residents?

  • Survey: Mar 9, 2019
    16 questions

    Potholes and Grot Spots are a problem across the Royal Borough.

    Despite the council banners promoting £ millions spent on roads, residents are still breaking the wheels of their cars and bicycles all over the town.

    Use this short form to tell us about any on-street problems in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.

  • Richard Fagence (Kate Fagence)
    Article: Mar 4, 2019
    By Windsor Liberal Democrats in Windsor Liberal Democrats

    Liberal Democrats in Windsor, Maidenhead and Slough are mourning the loss of long-standing colleague and former Royal Borough Councillor, Richard Fagence.

    Richard served as a party officer at local and regional level, having first joined the Liberal Party in 1964. He also acted as a trustee and secretary of the Windsor Liberal Club, helping to provide the leadership which sees the club flourishing today as The Acre. Richard was a member of the English Liberal Democrats' national council and attended most Liberal and Liberal Democrat party conferences for over 50 years; on one famous occasion in later years being caught on national TV taking a well earned nap during a prominent speech, much to everyone's amusement.

  • Article: Feb 23, 2019
    By Amy Tisi in

    Amy Tisi writes . . .

    As a regular user of the Victoria Street carpark, I started becoming increasingly frustrated with the outdated pay and display machines that were often out of order. This left me running up and down stairs to find a working machine; not ideal if you are a disabled driver, or like me, have small children. The
    I logged my concerns through the usual council reporting system but then started tweeting the council as it was quicker, and the breakdowns became an almost weekly occurrence. Towards the end of 2018, I heard, via the Windsor Town Forum minutes, that new machines were being installed. The deadline came and went but the frustrations continued until finally, the new machines were unveiled in January to much self-congratulation by the Conservatives on social media. That should have been the end of the story....

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