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Cabot Liberal Democrats

Welcome to the website of Hotwells & Harbourside Liberal Democrats and Cabot Liberal Democrats. Cabot was a historic council ward in the City of Bristol, which in May 2016 was divided into Hotwells & Harbourside ward and "Central" ward. All these areas in the parliamentary constituency of Bristol West, where the MP is Thangam Debbonaire of the Labour Party.

Here you can find information about the Lib-Dems in Hotwells & Harbourside and its Lib-Dem councillor, Mark Wright; and also information about the ward itself. This website is intended to be an information resource and news source for Hotwells & Harbourside residents, although of course anyone is welcome here! There is also a page at the Bristol Lib Dem site.

If you live in Hotwells & Harbourside and are registered to vote, you will be mailed a polling card before elections telling you which polling station you should go to in order to vote. If you want to see if you live inside Hotwells & Harbourside, you can get a useful map of the ward from the Bristol City Council website; or you can find out which ward you live in using the Council's Ward Finder with your postcode.

In rough terms, Hotwells & Harbourside ward includes: Spike Island, Baltic Wharf, Brandon Hill, Hotwells, Harbourside, the Cathedral and Council House.

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Local Campaign News

Jan 2017 - Cabot eNews

January's edition of Cabot eNews. More...

Dec 2016 - Cabot eNews

December's edition of Cabot eNews. More...

Oct 2016 - A Metro Mayor for Bristol?

At the end of June, Bristol Council voted overwhelmingly to move forward with Bath and South Glostershire councils to set up the West of England Mayoral Combined Authority, with a "Metro Mayor" to oversee strategic infrastructure issues. More...

Oct 2016 - Labour Party U-turn on Low Emission Zone

Just two months after taking office, the Labour council did its first U-turn - on the Low Emission Zone! Cllr Mark Wright was very pleased when Bristol Labour joined his campaign calling for an LEZ for central Bristol, just before the General Election in 2015. More...

Oct 2016 - Theresa May in, Corbyn returns

With speedy efficiency - for which they should be commended - the Conservative Party has installed Theresa May as the country's second ever woman PM. More...

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