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The Liberal Democrats have urged the government to play its part in resettling refugees, in particular unaccompanied children, in an emergency motion at their Autumn Conference.
Lib Dems on B&NES Council have spoken out against female genital mutilation (FGM) and modern slavery. Two motions were brought to the September meeting of B&NES Council, committing B&NES to working towards the eradication of human trafficking and slavery, and to raising awareness of and supporting action against FGM.
Liberal Democrat Councillors on the Bath City Forum have called for the body to be made even more inclusive when new co-opted members are recruited next year. Speaking at the first AGM of the Forum, which was held yesterday evening, Lib Dem rep Councillor Dine Romero suggested that the Forum should look to recruit members reflecting the diversity of the population of Bath.
A Bath Councillor is suggesting that the Holy Trinity Church building in Bath could be converted into a multi-purpose venue to serve the community. The future of the Grade II-listed Church has been uncertain since 2011, when the last service was held. The building has lain empty for five years and earlier this summer was put up for sale.
B&NES Council and the local Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) have announced that Virgin Care has been selected as their preferred bidder to coordinate over 200 health and care services in people’s homes and communities.
North East Somerset Liberal Democrats were celebrating last night, when local School Governor Ray Love, was elected to Peasedown St John Parish Council.
The next few days are B&NES residents’ last chance to have their say on the government’s proposed Devolution Deal and ‘Metro Mayor’.
This letter, from Councillor Dine Romero, was originally published in The Bath Chronicle on 11 August 2016.
Ray Love, a Writhlington Governor and volunteer at Peasedown Methodist Church is standing for election to Peasedown Parish Council in a by election on Monday the 15th of August. Ray, who has lived in the village for three years has extended family in Peasedown and has come to be close to them.
Liberal Democrats on B&NES Council are raising concerns that the move to fortnightly residual waste collections, to be introduced next year by the Conservative administration, will happen with no consultation and no pilot scheme.