• Cllr Barry Aspinell and Hugh Gorton (Karen Chilvers)
    Article: Apr 23, 2019

    "Hugh Gorton lives in Doddinghurst and is well known throughout the villages. Disillusioned with everything that's gone on around him - including the sale of Kelvedon Hatch Police Station - he is standing up for his community. Hugh is a retired scientist and I hope he will be joining my team on Thursday 2 May."

  • Cllr Barry Aspinell and Brenner Munden (Karen Chilvers)
    Article: Apr 23, 2019

    "This year, we have a diverse group of candidates and I am proud to say our youngest candidate Brenner - Brentwood born and bred just like me - is standing in a truly winnable seat in Brentwood South. He's coming to the end of his university course, offers the enthusiasm of youth as well as the knowledge that will come from studying politics and he is ready to stand up for those residents! I hope he will be joining my team on Thursday 2 May."

  • Barry and Mark (Karen Chilvers)
    Article: Apr 22, 2019

    "What an exceptional candidate we have in Mark Lewis - not only a managing director in the city who will be able to hold the Tories to account on commercial and financial matters but the joint founder of an animal sanctuary in Brentwood. I hope he will be joining my team on Thursday 2 May."

    - Cllr Barry Aspinell, Lib Dem Group Leader, Brentwood Borough Council

  • Barry Aspinell and Anne Long (Karen Chilvers)
    Article: Apr 22, 2019

    "In these challenging times it would be a delight to see former Mayor of Brentwood Anne Long return to the council. Herongate, Ingrave and West Horndon have a number of issue, caused by the Tory council, and my good friend Anne would be perfect to sort them out! I hope she will be joining my team on Thursday 2 May."

  • Barry Aspinell and Andy Fryd (Karen Chilvers)
    Article: Apr 21, 2019

    "I've known Andy for longer than either of us will ever admit to and I am delighted that he is our candidate for Shenfield, the place he's called home for 38 years. He is not a career politician - he got involved and agreed to stand because he was (like a lot of Shenfield residents) angry about the threatened closure of Shenfield Library. I hope he will be joining my team on Thursday 2 May."

  • Barry Aspinell and Sarah Cloke (Karen Chilvers)
    Article: Apr 21, 2019

    "Brentwood West is extremely fortunate to have such a fantastic candidate standing for election in their ward. Sarah has spoken to more residents than I ever thought possible and been solving issues for them for months! Sarah would be a great councillor and I hope she will be joining my team on Thursday 2 May."

  • clean air card (George Potter)
    Article: Apr 8, 2019

    Liberal Democrat councillors called for Essex Council to take a lead on undertaking full assessments for clean air zones to tackle air pollution in February 2019. The Conservatives rejected the idea.

  • Access (George Potter)
    Article: Apr 8, 2019

    Brentwood Lib Dems have secured tactile paving for partially sighted people, additional blue badge spaces in the town centre and made Brentwood a blue-badge parking "Zero Tolerance" borough.

  • Save our libraries (George Potter)
    Article: Apr 8, 2019

    Our candidates are all fighting to stop the Conservatives closing libraries across Essex, including Ingatestone & Shenfield.

  • Andrew Fryd, shenfield
    Article: Apr 5, 2019

    Andrew Fryd has been selected as our candidate for the Shenfield borough council seat on 2 May 2019.

    He attended Hedley Walter School in the 1960s and has lived in Brentwood all his life, the last 30 years in Shenfield, and has raised a family here. He is a licensed taxi driver, operating out of Shenfield station. Prior to this, he worked in local government for 30 years.