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With the news that Jack Davies’ pledge to get a bus shelter installed at the top of Lymington High Street will be fulfilled this month, Jack Davies says that this can be just the beginning.

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5 Great Reasons to #BackJack for Real Change in May

by jackdavies on 17 March, 2017

With the people of Lymington, Pennington, Pilley, Boldre and South Baddesley voting in a new County Councillor on May 4th, here are 5 great reasons to back local Liberal Democrat, Jack Davies. 1. Household Waste Recycling Centres at risk The Conservative County Council admitted in a strategy paper last year that “widespread site closures” would be […]

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Isn’t it time we had Real Change?

by jackdavies on 13 March, 2017

The County is facing drastic cuts to local services and the Councillors making those cuts must be subject to effective scrutiny, and we are ready for Real Change.

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Whatever happened to our Library Service?

by jackdavies on 11 March, 2017

In the run up to the elections to Hampshire County Council in May 2013, the Conservatives pledged “To protect our Library and Museum Services”.

So what have the Conservatives done with our Library Service they pledged to protect?

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