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Welcome to the Mid Sussex Liberal Democrats

We exist to bring liberal democratic values to our area and support the ideal of a powerful community politics based on the idea of local power for local people.

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.

If you would like to get in touch please contact us at info@midsussexlibdems.org.uk

    • Article: Oct 14, 2019

      Mid Sussex District Council has launched a consultation on Site Allocations for additonal housing. This has a significant impact on Burgess Hill, and the Lib Dem Led Burgess Hill Town Council conducted a public meeting on Monday 13th October to enable residents to see the documents, ask questions, and find out how to respond to the consultation.

    • Frank final A
      Article: Oct 13, 2019

      Nick is a local champion, with big ideas who can stand up for the people of Franklands Ward and ensure there is a strong and effective opposition on the town council.

    • Focus Nick Chapman for Franklands revised
      Article: Oct 5, 2019

      Recognising the need to protect open spaces and tackle pollution, Nick Chapman, local Lib Dem Campaigner has put climate change issues at the heart of his by-election campaign. The latest Focus publication gives detail about Nick's priorities to campaign for more pedestrian and cycle friendly initiatives, as well as more energy efficient housing, improved access to domestic car charging points and making Haywards Heath a fair trade town.

    • Sam Gymiah MP
      Article: Oct 4, 2019

      Sam Gyimah, MP for East Surrey, was formerly the Minister for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation until he resigned in protest at Theresa May's Brexit withdrawal agreement. Sam subsequently voted against the Tory government in order to block a "no-deal Brexit" and had the whip withdrawn from him. On 14th September, Sam joined the Liberal Democrats during our party conference, accusing the prime minister of "veering towards populism and English nationalism".

    • Lib Dem Campaigners in March 2019
      Article: Sep 27, 2019

      Want to travel by coach together?

      Mid Sussex Lib Dems have sponsored a coach to go to London for the Put it to the People, People's Vote March on Saturday 19th October.

      You can book your place on the coach here and / or you can also donate to help to cover the costs of the coach.

      Ticket cost is £16 per head or donate

    • Article: Sep 25, 2019
      By Samantha Payne

      Social Evening - October 23rd

      We'll be meeting at The Bent Arms in Lindfield for an evening of political and social chat, on Wednesday October 23rd from 7pm. Do come along.

      Fish & Chips quiz

      Friday November 8th 7pm

      HH Town Hall, upstairs

      Book tickets here - come with friends or alone, teams arranged on the night. Bring a bottle. Always great fun.

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