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SARAHS BLOG: January Newsletter -   Dear Neighbours, A belated Happy New Year! We hope you managed to have a relaxing break over the holiday period and wanted to take this opportunity to wish you a healthy and prosperous 2024. We hope you manage to achieve all your goals in the coming year. As you know,…
Navigating the Next Steps Against Ash Dieback: Budget Approval Crucial for Warndon Villages and Claines - As Worcester City Council continues its resolute efforts to combat the looming threat of Ash Dieback, significant progress has been made following Councillor Murray's impactful motion to the full council. The city has not merely acknowledged the urgency of the Ash Dieback issue but has also formulated a comprehensive management…
Warndon Parish Lib Dem December Newsletter - Dear Resident Christmas is almost upon us, and your local LibDem team have had a busy December. Sarah and John are finishing off residents’ surveys which we started back in the summer, but which were interrupted by the recent by-election. We’ve also been busy participating in community church events. Sarah and John…
Councillor Takes a Stand for Worcester’s Woodlands - In a passionate plea at the Worcester City Council meeting on Tuesday (28/11), Liberal Democrat Councillor for Warndon Parish North, Sarah Murray, put forward a motion to confront the looming threat of Ash Dieback that endangers the city's woodlands. Cllr Murray urged council members to act swiftly in safeguarding these…
Car Cruisers Haunted by Ghostly Ghouls - It’s been eerily quiet late at night recently. More than a fortnight since all the ghosts and ghoulish figures haunted our streets, residents have been left wondering whether the spooky silence is indicative of certain individuals taking their late-night racing to a new location. Liberal Democrat City Councillor, Sarah Murray,…
Councillor Sarah Murray: ‘It’s Time to Change the Story….’ - Lib Dem Councillor Sarah Murray has been making headlines in Worcester this week, bringing forward two motions to the Council.  Firstly, Cllr Murray tabled a motion in support of White Ribbon, a charity that seeks to engage men and boys to end all violence against Women and Girls. The subject…
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