If you’re not at Brecon and Radnorshire today, this is what you are missing….

And this:

And this:

Please come and help at the Brecon and Radnorshire by-election campaign. Polling stations will be will open on August 1st. Please come as soon as you possibly can. We’re campaigning full tilt already and this continue up to polling day. There is currently a “big push” to deliver newspapers.

We can win this one, but we need your help NOW.

There are two HQs – one in the south at Brecon and one in the north at Llandrindod Wells. They are both open every day from 10am until 7pm:

Brecon HQ: 26 High Street, Brecon, LD3 7LE

Llandrindod HQ: Haslemere, Park Crescent, Llandrindod Wells, LD1 6AB

If you can’t come in person you can make calls from home by e-mailing: [email protected]

How to find us:

Join our virtual HQ:
Contact us:
Contact our volunteer accommodation team:
B&R events:

* Paul Walter is a Liberal Democrat activist and member of the Liberal Democrat Voice team. He blogs at Liberal Burblings.

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  • What are you doing from now until 1 August?

    ‘Government chief whip Julian Smith has moved the writ to hold the by-election in Brecon and Radnorshire on 1 August, the week after Theresa May’s successor takes over.’

  • Caron Lindsay Caron Lindsay 27th Jun '19 - 10:40pm

    I have booked my trip. See you on 18th July.

  • nigel hunter 28th Jun '19 - 3:18pm

    If Johnson becomes PM and then calls a general election for ,say, 1st Sept. will the seat have to be fought again? If so will this take us unawares , short of funds for the rest of the country?

  • Richard Underhill 28th Jun '19 - 6:47pm

    nigel hunter
    Boris Johnson and the other one are committed to solving Brexit first, on the basis that the Tories will do badly if they do not.
    Both Tory leadership candidates say that they are against a Corbyn government, but seem to be deliberately ignoring the splits in the Labour ranks which are becoming increasingly obvious. J Corbyn has been fixated in his views for decades and has not taken the hints from Labour MPs and ex-Labour MPs that he should resign.
    With the possible exception of Labour’s shadow chancellor the Tories would have trouble demonising a different Labour leader, compared to merely opposing him or her.

  • marcstevens 28th Jun '19 - 9:06pm

    Any suggestions for accommodation there?

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