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Haywards Heath Liberal Democrats

The Liberal Democrats in Haywards Heath and the surrounding villages exist to work and campaign for everyone in our local community.

This page will be kept up-to-date with our current campaigns, local stories and other items relating to Haywards Heath and our surrounding villages. If you have anything you would like us to share then please get in touch.

If you would like to join us or have any questions then please contact us at haywardsheath@midsussexlibdems.org.uk

You can view the wards of Haywards Heath and the surrounding area HERE

  • Article: Dec 11, 2019
    By Anne Marie Cooke

    Local businessman Gaj Ragunathan explains why he's voting for Robert Eggleston:

    "It's neck and neck here, we've got to get out and vote for the Liberal Democrats"

    Gaj will be voting for the Liberal Democrats on Thursday, recognising the work Robert Eggleston does in the local community and because he supports Liberal Democrat policies.

  • Debate sign (photo courtesy of creative commons licence https://www.picpedia.org/highway-signs/d/debate.html)
    Article: Dec 4, 2019

    Voters across Mid Sussex will get their chance to hear from Parliamentary Candidates across parties before making up their minds about who gets their vote at the General Election on Thursday 12th December.

    The first evening of debate takes place this Friday 6th December, 7pm at:

    St Andrew's Church, 2 Cants Lane, Burgess Hill, RH15 0LG

  • HH GE Focus
    Article: Nov 28, 2019
    By Samantha Payne

    Read about the latest action to save town and village centres, along with the Lib Dem campaign to freeze rail fare hikes, stop the WSCC cuts to services and put the one-way gyratory plan in Haywards Heath back to public consultation. Other news includes the huge surge in Lib Dem support locally.

  • Cllr Richard Bates
    Article: Nov 26, 2019
    By Samantha Payne

    Hear from Cllr Richard Bates about why he joined the Lib Dems:

    When did you join the Lib Dems?

    @1975

    What made you join the party?

    I had a policital upbringing and found out later I am a 4th generation Liberal

    What was the final push to make you get actively involved?

    Making contact with the Party activated by the Hove by-election in 1973 where Robert Eggleston first cut his teeth and later on we were involved in a local break through in Brighton.

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