Demand Better for South East Shropshire!

Welcome to the website of Bridgnorth Liberal Democrats – we are the Liberal Democrat branch for south east Shropshire and part of Ludlow Constituency Liberal Democrats.

We represent the Liberal Democrats in and around :

  • Albrighton*
  • Shifnal*
  • Broseley
  • Much Wenlock
  • Bridgnorth
  • Highley
  • Alveley

* Wrekin Parliamentary Constituency

About the Liberal Democrats

Latest News

Shropshire Council’s development plans for Bridgnorth

Shropshire Council is updating the Local Plan for the County, to guide future development up to 2038. Once it’s formally adopted, the Local Plan will be used as a benchmark for deciding planning applications. The full draft Local Plan includes: Strategic policies about the approach to managing development across the county Development management policies setting …

National LibDem News

  • Richard Foord will be our Liberal Democrat candidate for the upcoming Tiverton & Honiton by-election. In April, the Liberal Democrats won the Cullompton South by-election against the Conservatives. They have also been winning across the UK, gaining neighbouring Somerset Council at the local elections and winning two successful parliamentary by-elections […]
  • Here we find ourselves again. It is now coming up on two years since the Conservatives’ first threatened to break international law over the Northern Ireland Protocol. Then, this time last year, we heard the continued threats over Article 16 which threatened to overshadow the G7 summit in Cornwall. And […]
  • The Liberal Democrats have selected Cllr Sarah Dyke as their candidate for the Somerton and Frome constituency. Sarah lives in the constituency and is from a Somerset farming family which can be traced back over 250 years to the local area. Sarah worked in the agricultural industry and is Portfolio […]
  • Liberal Democrats won right across the country in May's local elections with successes from the Scottish Highlands to Somerset, from Kingston-Upon-Thames to Kingston-Upon-Hull, from Powys to St Albans. Liberal Democrats elected 868 Councillors, a net gain of 224! We are winning again because we are listening to people. Because we […]

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