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Welcome to the online home of the South Norfolk Liberal Democrats

"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. We champion the freedom, dignity and well being of individuals. We acknowledge and respect their right to freedom of conscience and their right to develop their talents to the full. We aim to disperse power, to foster diversity and to nurture creativity. We believe that the role of the state is to enable all citizens to attain these ideals, to contribute fully to their communities and to take part in the decisions which affect their lives."

From the Preamble to the Liberal Democrat Party Constitution.

If You share our views, we would be delighted to hear from you.

Please contact: Richard Carden, Chapel Farm, Denton, Harleston, Norfolk, IP20 0AW.
Tel 01986 788279, email r.carden@btinternet.com or use the contact us link in the menu.

Local News

  • Article: Nov 21, 2018

    ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

    of South Norfolk Liberal Democrats will be held

    on Thursday 29th November 2018 at 7.30 pm

    at The Mill Centre, Mill Road, Hempnall, NR15 2LP

    Refreshments will be served from 7.10.

  • Benjamin Foundation 2018 - Carrow Road
    Article: Nov 9, 2018
    By James Wright

    On November 15, Eaton Councillor James Wright will brave the elements to take part in the 2018 Benjamin Foundation Sleep Out at Carrow Road.

    This is the 4th time the Benjamin Foundation have held this fundraising Sleep Out, and James has taken part since the beginning.

    James was prompted to campaign to raise awareness of issues around homelessness and rough sleeping after seeing the short film - Homeless and Rough Sleeping in Norwich - back in 2012. The film contained a young girl talking about her experiences of rough sleeping, and only a couple of years previously she was a student at the school where James worked.

  • Article: Oct 7, 2018

    All members are entitled to attend and vote at this annual event.

    This year it is being held at the far South West of the Region in Rickmansworth, Herts.

    Full details and booking information can be seen on the Region's website at:

    https: //eastlibdems.org.uk/en/page/regional-conference-2018

  • Article: Oct 7, 2018

    This annual event provides a great opportunity for LD members from all over Norfolk to come together to debate local issues etc. Our County Cllrs will be leading sessions focusing on the key policy areas of Adult Social Care, Education and Children's Services. Norman Lamb MP will be speaking.

    It is taking place, 10 am to 4 pm at the Dereham Memorial Hall.

  • Article: Oct 7, 2018
    By Richard Scoggins

    Many members of SNLD are already helping this non-party/all party campaign by delivering PV leaflets in their area. If you are concerned about the frightening potential impact of Brexit, and want to have a chance of voting on the final outcome, you might like to help too?

    contact us

  • Swanton Mobile Library
    Article: Sep 26, 2018

    Mobile libraries provide a place for rural or remote communities to gather. People enjoy coming together to meet. Mobile libraries offer a chance for a community to connect with each other, share stories, and be a social gathering place. This is especially important in rural, isolated places where the opportunity to connect with others is limited.

  • Cllrs Ackroyd and Lubbock speaking with a local resident at the Bank Holiday Monday street surgery
    Article: Sep 14, 2018
    By James Wright

    The local Lib Dems have responded to the publication of the recommendations for how to proceed with the 20mph scheme in Eaton.

    Councillors spent August talking with residents, EVRA and officers about the proposals for Greenways and Church Lane, given that they were so out of proportion to what was needed. One resident described the proposed scheme as 'a sledgehammer to crack a nut'.