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The Liberal Democrats exist to build and safeguard a fair, free and open society, in which we seek to balance the fundamental values of liberty, equality and community, and in which no one shall be enslaved by poverty, ignorance or conformity.

Devizes Constituency covers the towns of Devizes, Marlborough, Ludgershall and Tidworth, together with the large villages of Bulford, Durrington and Pewsey.

Wiltshire Council Local Elections May 6th 2021

Our Liberal Democrat Candidates

Rod Cleasby
Aldbourne & Ramsbury

Rod Cleasby

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Mark Mangham

Bromham, Rowde & Roundway

Mark Mangham

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Angelika Davey

Devizes East

Angelika Davey

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David Kinnaird

Devizes North

David Kinnaird

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Alan Rankin

Devizes South

Alan Rankin

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To de Bruijn

Ludgershall North & Rural

Tom de Bruijn

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Kymee Cleasby

Marlborough East

Kymee Cleasby

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Jo Waltham

Marlborough West

Jo Waltham

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Daniel Excell-Smith

Pewsey Vale West

Daniel Excell-Smith

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Parvis Jamieson

Pewsey Vale East

Parvis Jamieson

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Andrew Jenkinson

The Lavingtons

Andrew Jenkinson

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Lisa Kinnaird

Urchfont & Bishop Cannings

Lisa Kinnaird

Find out more about Lisa

Our Manifesto

We are seeking the public's support to take leadership of the council in the 2021 local elections so that we can work with residents and communities to recover from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and build a stronger, greener, more prosperous, more caring and more progressive county.

The manifesto sets out the policies we want to implement over the next four years and the immediate priorities that we would act upon in the first few weeks after taking office.

Find out more about our Manifesto on https://www.planforwiltshire.org.uk/

Register to Vote

Don't forget to register to vote by 19th April 2021. Your local polling station may be different to normal. Wiltshire Council say their preference is for you to vote by post. You can apply for a postal vote until the 20th April 2021.

You can apply online at https://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/elections-register-to-vote.


  • Article: Jul 22, 2021

    We all remember seeing the horrific scenes of the burning tower at Grenfell on the news over four years ago.

    The tragic loss of 72 lives was a dark moment for our country and the cladding scandal that emerged emboldened me to stand up for the rights of all those living in unsafe buildings.

    That event also was a lightning rod for the wider public and put a sharp focus on the quality of housing that many people live in - particularly in more densely populated urban areas.

  • Article: Jul 21, 2021

    Being involved in politics should be fun and rewarding. But it can be stressful and at times any of us may need to turn to others for help or support.

    Often that support can best come from colleagues in your local party or a party body you are active in. But sometimes help is needed elsewhere, and this piece sets out the main places to turn.

  • Article: Jul 14, 2021

    Federal Conference Committee met via Zoom call on Saturday, 10 July for the agenda selection for our Autumn Conference 2021. The meeting was a lengthy one, which was in part due to the large selection of motions received.

    A few announcements before the report; as you may be aware Geoff Payne, departed the FCC in early May, and I am delighted to have been elected the new Chair of FCC. All of us wish Geoff the very best for the future. A recount was held for the vacant place on the Committee, and I am delighted that Keith Melton has joined as our new member of the Federal Conference Committee. Chris Adams has also been elected in the vacant Vice-Chair position and will take responsibility for the General Purposes Sub Committee.

  • Article: Jul 9, 2021

    Our political opportunity

    Sarah Green's brilliant victory in Chesham and Amersham shows the huge political opportunity for us - as long as we can continue to apply the lessons from our 2019 election post-mortem.

    As part of this, a trio of motions have been submitted for our autumn federal conference. One is from the Federal Board (FB) on the party's strategy. The other two are from the Federal Policy Committee (FPC), on the party's values and our policy platform. Hopefully all three can be debated in sequence, so we agree values, strategy and platform in a joined-up way.

  • Article: Jul 5, 2021

    As you may have noticed, this Conservative Government doesn't like to be challenged.

    Just look at how angry and red-faced Boris Johnson gets at Prime Minister's Questions every week. Just listen to how often Ministers rail against lawyers and the courts, because judges sometimes rule against them. Just remember how they refused to do interviews with journalists who might dare to ask difficult questions.

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