Tewkesbury constituency

Welcome to Tewkesbury Constituency Lib Dems

Tewkesbury constituency covers most of Tewkesbury Borough (except the area west of the Severn) and parts of Cheltenham Borough and Gloucester City.

Our PPC is Alex Hegenbarth.See www.alexhegenbarth.com for more information.

Essentially the main centres are Tewkesbury town, Ashchurch and Northway, Bishops Cleeve, Winchcombe, Churchdown, Brockworth, Prestbury and Swindon Village and Longlevens.

More about the Liberal Democrats in Tewkesbury.


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      Article: May 3, 2019

      Tewkesbury Lib Dems are delighted that they have gained 6 seats: 5 from the Tories and one from an independent. The total number of councillors is therefore 8, with 5 from Churchdown, 2 from Bishop's Cleeve and one from Innsworth. We also increased our vote across the Borough.

      In addition in the Churchdown by-election for the County Council seat Ben Evans romped home with a tremendous 1405 votes nearly 600 ahead of his nearest rival.

    • I’m voting
      Article: May 2, 2019

      Winchcombe Lib Dems have won an assurance about preserving free cash withdrawals in the town following a supermarket take-over.

      After numerous complaints by Winchcombe residents on social media about the ATM at Budgen's supermarket starting to charge for withdrawals, Colin Davison, Lib Dem candidate in the local elections, wrote on behalf of Winchcombe Lib Dems to the Midshires Co-op chief exec, as his society is due to take over Budgens and this would then be the only ATM in town.

    • Ballot Box
      Article: Apr 26, 2019

      The Liberal Democrats are busy in the Tewkesbury Borough area preparing for the elections on Thursday 2nd May. There are elections in all the wards. Two examples of election literature can be acessed as indicated on this home page: we can provide e-versions of the election addresses in other wards including Badgeworth, Isbourne, Highnam,Innsworth, Severn Vale South and Tewkesbury East. Do e-mail us if you want to make use of this service.

    • Tewkesbury Liberal Democrats
      Article: Apr 8, 2019

      Tewkesbury Liberal Democrats are on the brink of exciting times! We have 36 candidates in place for the Tewkesbury Borough Council elections on Thursday 2nd May so every elector in the Borough's 20 wards will have a Liberal Democrat to vote for. We are the clear challengers to the current Conservative domination of Tewkesbury Borough Council. ( They hold 33 of the 35 seats), as Labour have only 12 candidates, the Greens 17 and UKIP 7, plus some Independents. See details below: there are new ward boundaries for 2019, if you want to know which ward you are in just get back to us, or visit Tewkesbury Borough Council website

    • money
      Article: Feb 27, 2019

      Is the Council Safe in Tory Hands?

      Is the Council Safe in Tory Hands?

      Austerity is anything but finished. The squeeze on local government is ongoing and severe. How Tewkesbury Borough has responded is worrying. The Tories, who have been in full control of the Council since 2007, have made a fetish of keeping council tax low, even going for six years in a row with no increase. It's not a popular tax, but the Borough's share is quite small and we need the services that the Council provides. Have you noticed how poor the waste collection service has been lately, for example?

    • Article: Feb 13, 2019

      After the sharp rise in crimes reported across the village, the Liberal Democrats have called for a new police station to be opened in Bishop's Cleeve.


      Alex Hegenbarth, Parliamentary candidate for the constituency (right), said "There are real concerns about the lack of neighbourhood policing in the area and the impact this has on community safety. A new police station for Bishop's Cleeve will help the police support local residents and provide better support for our community."

    • Paul Hodgkinson
      Article: Feb 6, 2019

      Gloucestershire Liberal Democrats have set out their proposed amendments to improve the Conservative County Council budget for 2019/20.

      The Liberal Democrats have already described the Conservative Budget, with its five per cent council tax rise, as "disappointing". In response the group has revealed it's "Six to Fix" budget proposals, to be presented to Full Council on 13 February.

    Published and promoted by A. Hegenbarth on behalf of the Liberal Democrats all at 2 The Holt, Bishop's Cleeve, GL52 8NQ

    Tewkesbury Abbey (W. Lloyd MacKenzie, via Flickr @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/saffron_blaze/)