Election News from South Norfolk Liberal Democrats


South Norfolk Council Elections

Liberal Democrats in South Norfolk are already preparing for the next District Council elections to be held on May 7th 2015. Plans are in place to defend the eight seats currently held and challenge the Tories in every other ward within the district.

South Norfolk Council Election Result 2011

Liberal Democrats achieved some notable successes in the last South Norfolk Council elections held in 2011.

In spite of the national situation, with the Liberal Democrats currently experiencing very low opinion poll ratings, and the loss of many council seats, here in South Norfolk the Party "bucked the trend" and improved their position on the council. All the seven seats held in 2007 were retained and one more was gained from the Tories. As in the past, no other party won any seats.

Cllr Murray Gray, Leader of the Lib Dem Group, commented "We can be proud of doing so well in these difficult times. We remain the only opposition to the Tories on South Norfolk Council. Much to their disappointment I am sure, we are still very much alive and kicking."


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