Harry Marston, the Lib Dem's youthful candidate in Bushbury North, has delivered election leaflets in his area.
He has been campaigning for better facilities for young people in the City and denounced the announcement that The Way will be suspending all evening and weekend sessions until further notice as a failure to deliver for the youth of the City.
Ian Jenkins, the Lib Dem candidate for Bushbury South and Low Hill in the City Council elections on 5th May, has delivered an election address to voters.
As well as highlighting some of his campaigns in the area Ian wrote:
We need our local Councillors to help us during these tough times by keeping Council Tax down. Instead, your Labour controlled City Council continues to waste money. For example, they spent £480,000 on replacing the barrier down the Stafford Road when repairing the old one would have been perfectly adequate.
With nominations now closed for the May elections, many thanks to everyone who has put in so much work to getting candidates approved, selected and safely nominated. From a first look at the numbers, we've seen a good increase in our candidate totals in Scotland and Wales, with the numbers broadly the same in England compared with last time.
Life's been tough for lots of people over the past few years. And it's still tough. But with their trademark decency and strength, the British people are rising to the challenge. Raising families. Caring for others. And playing by the rules.
Now more than ever, it's time for a fair deal.
Yet with the rising cost of living, this Conservative Government is letting you down badly and taking you for granted.
15 years ago, Scotland abandoned First Past the Post for local government elections and adopted a form of proportional representation. This has led to an end to 'one party states' and more power for voters. Scotland found that fair votes brought better democracy.
Proportional representation allows voters to express their preferences not only between parties but also within them. This means that councillors no longer have the option to be distant and unaccountable without consequences.
Bushbury Focus Team have started to deliver their Spring Focus. It features a campaign for safer ways to cross Stafford Road and success in getting Aldi to install bollards to deter poor customer parking and getting Severn Trent Water to replace a damaged manhole cover.
You can download a PDF of this Focus from the Download section of this site at
When Ian Jenkins and the Bushbury Liberal Democrat Focus Team complained about their customers' bad parking outside their Bushbury store, they didn't expect Aldi to take action; but act they did.
Bollards have been installed on the pavement to prevent lazy drivers from parking there instead of using the Car Park at the rear.