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Cabot Liberal Democrats

Welcome to the website of Cabot Ward Liberal Democrats. Cabot is a council ward in the City of Bristol. The ward is in the parliamentary constituency of Bristol West, where the MP is Liberal Democrat spokesman for Higher and Further Education Stephen Williams.

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

If you live in Cabot and are registered to vote, you will be mailed a polling card before elections telling you which Cabot polling station you should go to in order to vote. If you want to see if you live inside Cabot, you can get a useful map of Cabot ward from the Bristol City Council website (404 kB); or you can find out which ward you live in using the Council's Ward Finder with your postcode.

In rough terms, Cabot Ward includes: Spike Island, Baltic Wharf, Redcliffe Hill, Queen's Square, Baldwin St, the City Centre, the Old City, Broadmead, Cannon's Marsh, Brandon Hill, Park St, the University, Kingsdown, Dove St, the east side of Whiteladies Rd, the south side of Cotham Hill and Cotham Brow, and the west side of Stokes Croft.

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Local Campaign News

April 2015 - Cabot eNews

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

17 Mar 2015 - Bristol libraries given stay of execution

People across Bristol have welcomed the Mayor's anouncement that 7 libraries scheduled for closure by Green Party Cllr Daniella Radice, will not be closed before May 2016. More...

Mar 2015 - Cabot eNews

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

19 Feb 2014 - Cabot councillors condemn RPZ tax change

Cabot ward's councillors Mark Wright and Alex Woodman have always supported the need for a Residents' Parking Zone (RPZ) in Kingsdown, and campaigned strongly to get Bristol's first zone. More...

12 Feb 2015 - Press letter: Mayor's Low Emission Zone pledge welcomed

We are delighted to read in Wednesday's Post that Mayor Ferguson has said that he would like to see a Low Emission Zone (LEZ) in place in Bristol if he is re-elected in 2016. More...

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