VIDEO: The LDV team is helping now at Brecon and Radnorshire – please join us asap!

As you can see from the above video, I am Brecon and Radnorshire, busy helping Jane Dodds and her team over the next few days.

We can win this one. Please get yourself down here as soon as possible. We need help now. Help given early in the campaign is inordinately important.

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:
Donate:
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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4 Comments

  • Bernard Aris 26th Jun '19 - 12:38pm

    I already donated; these final Dutch parliamentary weeks are always hectic.

  • Mick Taylor 26th Jun '19 - 1:17pm

    I will be in Llandrindod 2, 3 and part 4 July. Hope to meet old friends there.

  • Paul Barker 26th Jun '19 - 1:26pm

    I don’t feel able to help directly but I have sent money.
    Now what are our Parliamentary Party doing to make sure that The By-election happens before the Autumn ?

  • Richard Underhill 26th Jun '19 - 4:39pm

    I have donated by post.
    I am annoyed every week that the BBC tv programme Politics Live curtails Prime Ministers Questions in a way which ensures that only the Labour leader and the SNP leader in the Commons are heard. I therefore use another set in another room to watch on the Parliament Channel on FreeSat.
    Today, 26/6/19 a Plaid Cymru MP asked a point of order about the date of the writ for the Brecon and Radnorshire by-election. She wondered whether it would coincide with the first day of office for the next Tory leader.
    The Speaker thanked her for notice of the question.
    She also wondered whether it was true that the local council (who obviously need to make arrangements) had objected to the proposed date. They. had not. The Speaker said what he knew at various times and dates and concluded by saying that she should contact the government’s chief whip.
    Another point of order was about an accusation that an (unnamed) member who is standing for the Conservative leadership and had made a career out of lying.
    The House had been noisy, so that the Speaker had not heard the question. The upshot was that such accusations should be made “substantively” (in writing?). Neither Tory candidate was visible to me in the chamber. I have read the (overlong) summary of the Foreign Secretary’s career on Wikipedia, so he might have meant the other one.

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