Rights for All

Horsham Liberal Democrats are asking residents to write to their MP to fight against a threat to rights that LGBT+ people have only just gained.

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Lib Dems call for scientific evidence on school reopening

Last Friday morning teachers across the country were furious to wake up to a headline in the Daily Mail declaring that they should be allowed to be heroes.  It read that “magnificent staff … are desperate to get back to the classroom – but militant unions are standing in their way.”  The “magnifi...

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Councillor Skipp named as Vice Chairman of Horsham District Council

At yesterday’s meeting of the Horsham District Council, Liberal Democrat Councillor Dr David Skipp was confirmed as Vice Chairman of the Council for the municipal year 2020-21. Councillor Skipp will serve as Vice Chairman for one year, supporting Councillor Karen Burgess as Chairman of the Counc...

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Government says ‘No’ to Horsham's housing target appeal - again

An urgent appeal by Horsham District Council to reduce our housing target in light of the COVID-19 outbreak has just been refused once again. We continue to hurtle towards a deadline in November, when we have to approve enough new giant estates to meet a likely target of 1400 new houses every sin...

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Better ventilation - the forgotten transmission route of COVID-19

Ventilation advice - how to go back to work safely Lib Dem Councillor John Milne says, "Horsham Liberal Democrats are calling on West Sussex County and Horsham District Councils to ensure that all non-domestic buildings in the area, including schools, shops and offices, are properly assessed to e...

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Beautiful Places 2: St. Leonard's Forest

Steeped in legends and myths as well as natural beauty, St. Leonard’s Forest lies on the eastern fringe of Horsham, not far southwest from Crawley. This Forestry England managed site is open to the public, and marks the western boundary of the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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