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  • Aged 40 and married for 14 years to Carys, Tim was born, bred and educated locally;

  • Tim is Senior Business Development Manager for a national furniture wholesaler;

  • His mum was the late much loved local Liberal District and County Councillor Bronwen Ingham;

  • Tim is a Governor of St.George?s First School and Vice-Chairman of Governors at Stourminster Special School and a former Chairman of Governors at Alexander Patterson Special School and Sladen Middle School;

  • Heavily involved in local youth work Tim was previously a business mentor for pupils at Stourminster School;

  • Tim enjoys a round of golf and is keen on European travel;

  • As long serving Election Agent for the Wyre Forest Liberal Association Tim is an experienced and able local campaigner;

  • Tim has a reputation as an effective, hard working and caring local campaigner who gets things done. He will make a first rate Councillor for Broadwaters!

You've said it yourself..

?We cannot afford ever growing Council Tax Bills!?

AGREED! - It?s time to scrap the Council Tax and replace it with a fair and affordable system of Local Income Tax. We want first rate services AND real value for money and the answer has to lie in greater efficiency. We cannot go on losing half a million pounds a year in Wyre Forest simply because Council offices are spread all over the place. This must be sorted and fast!

?The Police are never around when you need them.?

AGREED! - We?re fighting flat out for a safer town with more Police on ?the beat? - and a LOCAL Police force NOT regional Police Forces!

?We need Hospital services HERE, in Kidderminster.?

AGREED! - We demand a return of key services to Kidderminster Hospital and no more downgrading under any circumstances!

?Our roads and public transport are a total disgrace.?

AGREED! - Our aim is frequent and reliable Public Transport and real action to improve roads, pavements, potholes, parking and traffic flow!

?Which schools will our children actually go to?!?

AGREED! - The so called Wyre Forest Schools Review has been a total mess. Children MUST be able to get into the nearest and most convenient local schools IF that is what parents want! We want clear guarantees on local school places for all and we want that now!

?We need houses that people can actually afford.?

AGREED! - We desperately need good quality affordable housing, better employment opportunities and first rate shopping facilities locally!

?The litter and dog mess are disgusting. It needs sorting.?

AGREED! - We?re campaigning for cleaner streets, better maintained parks, play areas and open spaces, protected Greenbelt and proper, sustainable recycling!

?There simply isn?t enough to do around here.?

AGREED! - We are fighting for a full scale cinema, arts centre and a wide range of sports, leisure and cultural facilities and opportunities for local people!

?They just don?t care about what people need.?

AGREED! - We are determined to get a fair deal with first rate services in a caring community for the old, young, families, disabled and disadvantaged ? for everyone!

Our Pledge!

- We want a Council that really takes YOUR views onboard BEFORE decisions are taken.

- We want a Council that cares and knows how to turn caring into action and Councillors who stay in touch all the year round!


Council unanimously backs Liberal package against Hospital cuts!

...get all the details here! - 19.04.06

Council unanimously back Liberal Motion against Land Oak turn ban! what Mike Oborski & Rachel Lewis had to say - 19.04.06

Liberals table Motion against Hospital cuts!

...and are the only Party to do so! - 13.04.06

Liberals table Land Oak Motion!

...opposing the proposed ban on turning from the A456 to the A449 at Land Oak - 13.04.06

Schools face funding crisis down the line!

and you may not be able to get your child into the school of your choice - 12.04.06

Weavers' Cottages - Council challenged to come clean! letter to Council Leader from Tim Ingham - 29.03.06

County leaves Horsefair pedestrians in danger!

...says Tim Ingham - 25.03.06

Just like Harry Potter film!"

Amazing petition response - 21.03.06

Weavers Cottages falling down?!

What exactly is happening in the Horsefair asks Tim Ingham - 17.03.06

We warned them that this would happen! - 15.03.06

Land Oak turning ban proposal - Latest update - Turns out the County Council knew all along but didn't tell anyone! - 16.03.06


Local Liberal Councillors have obtained a secret letter from Government Highways Agency Consultants saying that they want to...

  • "Prohibit the right and left turns from the A456 to the A449"

As Tim explains "Simply nobody would be allowed to turn left or right in either direction off Birmingham Road and onto Chester Road North at Land Oak."


"This would cause enormous confusion and diversions for motorists and absolute havoc on neighbouring residential roads which would be turned ? at a stroke ? into heavily overloaded and congested 'rat runs'! Can you just imagine what the traffic congestion on Hurcott Road would be like!?


Here is your easy to follow guide to the new improved scheme. Don?t worry, it?s really very simple?.

  • Free concessionary fares on any bus journey starting or finishing in Worcestershire starts April 1st.
  • Existing bus pass holders will automatically be sent the new passes in the week starting March 20th.
  • New Applicants can get them from the Wyre Forest Community Housing Office in Oxford Street during the weeks starting March 20th, March 27th and April 2nd and from and Wyre Forest District Council cash office after April 10th.
  • Free bus passes are available to over 60s and anyone who is blind, partially sighted, profoundly or severely deaf, without speech, has a disability or injury that severely impairs ability to walk, has a learning disability or isa specified companion to a disabled person;
  • Proof of age or disability is required.

Get in touch if YOU need further information!

School catchment area review update

Formal Public Consultation on future School Catchment areas has now started and runs till April 4th. Locally?

  • St Marys Primary School Catchment Area will be exactly the same as the existing First School and will therefore include the Sladen side of Hurcott Road. St. Mary?s will of course feed Wolverley High School and NOT King Charles I High School.

  • St. Oswald?s Primary will have exactly the same catchment area as the existing First School and will feed Wolverley CE High.

  • St. George?s Primary will include all the existing First School catchment area plus most of the old Lea Street catchment area and will feed King Charles I High School.

It is vitally important that you make your views known. The County Council are holding a ?drop in? session at Kidderminster Library between 2 pm and 8 pm 22nd March.

If you have any queries contact County Councillor Fran Oborski on 823911

Highways chaos

The Tory County Council intend to close the local Highways Partnership Units and run it all from County Hall where it will be more remote and more out of touch. We believe this is bound to mean an even worse service locally on highway repairs.

Health! Primary Care Trust! As Tories lose the plot!

At the March District Council members through out a wishy-washy Tory motion which effectively said well we?d like to keep a Wyre Forest Primary Care Trust but, oh dear, we?ll put up with a whole of Worcestershire one if we have to.

Rest of Council stand firm

Instead Liberal, Health Concern, Labour, Lib-Dem and Independent Councillors voted to support a move proposed by Health Concern and seconded by Liberal Group Leader Mike Oborski that instead the Council should stand firm and FIGHT to keep a LOCAL Wyre Forest Primary Care Trust! We want local decisions on local issues?affecting local people?to be taken LOCALLY by LOCAL people!

?520,000 of YOUR money down the drain every year!

That is the official figure for how much money Wyre Forest is wasting every year by being spread out over lots of offices and buildings! This has got to stop! We must get Wyre Forest into a single site HQ as soon as possible and use that ?520,000 every year to provide services and hold down Council Tax increases!

Pallets Again!!!

The Council is STILL waiting for a detailed Planning application and traffic assessment for the pallett storage operation in Stoney Lane. Local residents and Councillors are totally fed up and furious at the mess, fire hazard and nuisance!

Imperial Avenue?

As we went to press the WFDC Development Control Committee look set to refuse planning permission for 8 properties at the Imperial Avenue / Windy Ridge site. Planners don?t like the long narrow drive.

Broad Street traffic?

The Highways Partnership are drawing up detailed plans for a one way route for HGVs who have to drive down Churchfields and Clensmore to get to Stoney Lane and then back up Broad Street. Extra parking bays will be laid out on Broad Street.

Broadwaters PACT?

Nice to see the Police launch the Broadwaters PACT (Police & Communities Together) but we need to pull in people from the WHOLE of the area,

Congratulations? the Police on recent drugs raids across the area. Keep up the good work!

Sion Hill School?

We are pushing to find out what will happen to the Sion Hill School when the schools reorganisation comes in as it will not all be needed for educational purposes.

Speed on Stourbridge Rd?

We are pushing for a reduction from 40 to 30 mph on Stourbridge Road going out of town from Broadwaters to Park Gate.

Hurcott Village?

We are asking the Highways Partnership to look at ways of reducing speed through the village.

Tim with fellow Liberal Candidates Siri Hayward and Rachel Lewis at Land Oak junction.
"We're backing Tim!" Fellow Broadwaters Liberal District Councillor Rob Wheway, Local Liberal County Councillor Fran Oborski and outgoing Broadwaters Liberal District Councillor Mandy Poole are backing Tim to win!
Tim with Cllr Fran Oborski at the pallets menace in Stoney Lane. They must go!
Tim with Fran at Broadwaters Community Centre. Its future needs sorting!
Tim and Fran outside Sladen school. Securing the right future community uses for the building - when it ceases to be a school - is essential
Tim, Siri and Rachel with Liberal Group Leader Mike Oborski.

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