Residents in South Somerset can rest assured that if they have received a poll card for the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) elections on May 5, they are on the electoral register and do not need to re-register specifically for the EU Referendum on June 23. Registration for the PCC elections closed on April 18.  […]

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A quick resident survey…

by robstickland on 24 April, 2016

If you live in the bounds of Yeovil East, or have friends and relatives that do: In your opinion, what does Yeovil East need, how can it be improved, what’s wrong, or right with the area?   Please leave comments at bottom of page, or if you would rather email me. Thank you in advance…

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Yeovil Advice Centre

by robstickland on 27 July, 2015

The Yeovil Liberal Democrats will be holding their first open advice centre on Saturday the 8th of August from 10:00 to 12:00 and every Saturday thereafter. If you have any issues with Housing, Planning, Financial hardship, Antisocial behaviour or Transport and traffic please come and speak to our Councillors. If you want to attend please […]

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In tribute to Tony Fife…

by robstickland on 4 July, 2015

Yesterday I had the honour of attending Tony’s funeral at St John’s Church in Yeovil, with fellow councillors from Yeovil East Ward (Tony Lock, David Recardo, Manny Roper and Phil Chandler), the Mayor and Mayoress, ex Mayors, Liberal Democrat members, council leaders, SSDC councillors and officers, local businessmen etc. etc. the list goes on and is […]

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Westlands Sports and Leisure Complex

by robstickland on 14 June, 2015

Below is the statement issued jointly by Finmeccanica – AgustaWestland, South Somerset District Council and Yeovil Town Council regarding the situation with Westlands sports and leisure complex: 10th June 2015 Joint statement on Westlands sports and leisure complex  Finmeccanica – AgustaWestland, South Somerset District Council and Yeovil Town Council met on Friday 5th June 2015 […]

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Here to help…

by robstickland on 30 May, 2015

Now the elections are over, it’s time to settle down and get on with the important stuff. Looking after the interests of the people in Yeovil East Ward and the wider areas of Yeovil and South Somerset. I have to say it has been an interesting few weeks since the election and my grey cells have been […]

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Thank You everyone…

by robstickland on 10 May, 2015

WOW… My feet have just about touched the floor again (and the cramp in my legs from pounding the streets is wearing off, not to mention the 48 hours of sleep deprivation). I am humble and proud that the people of Yeovil East have elected myself, Tony and David to represent them for the next […]

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It’s Time…

by robstickland on 6 May, 2015

Polls open at 7 a.m. in the morning and close at 10 p.m. at night. If you’re not sure what you do when you get to your allotted polling station, check out this link http://www.aboutmyvote.co.uk/how-do-i-vote/voting-in-person# . A common question appears to be : Do you need to take your polling card with you? The answer is no, […]

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Yeovil East (incl New Town)…?

by robstickland on 22 February, 2015

Do you live in Yeovil East? To find out visit the South Somerset District Council site and go to ‘your area’ link http://www.southsomerset.gov.uk/your-area/ and enter your postcode. You do? Then you’ve come to the right place for information!! If you haven’t yet registered to vote, or have recently moved, registering is now simple, you just need […]

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Why vote Libdem?

by robstickland on 14 February, 2015

Have a look beyond the policies, do you agree with the Libdem values?: Do you want a fair, free and open society, with a balance of liberty, equality and community in which people within can help run? Do you believe that no one should be enslaved by poverty, ignorance or conformity? Should all individuals have freedom, dignity and well-being, […]

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