Abington Pigotts, Arrington, Barrington, Croydon, Gamlingay, Guilden Morden, Hatley, Litlington, Orwell, Shingay-cum-Wendy, Steeple Morden, Tadlow and Wimpole parishes.
Contact: Cllr Bridget Smith
District Councillor, Gamlingay
Cllr Sebastian Kindersley
County & District Cllr, Gamlingay
Cllr Aidan Van de Weyer
District Cllr, Barrington & Orwell
Haslingfield & The Eversdens
Cllr Doug Cattermole
District Cllr, Haslingfield
Sebastian Kindersley holds Gamlingay seat
Cllr Sebastian Kindersley holds Gamlingay seat on South Cambridgeshire District Council with huge majority...
Our record | Gamlingay
Sebastian Kindersley is a dedicated, local, campaigning councillor who has worked in local politics to support his constituents and their communities for over a decade.
Sebastian has stood as the Parliamentary Candidate for the Liberal Democrats in South Cambridgeshire on two occasions.
Through local campaigns – such as reducing speed limits, saving Gamlingay Library fighting for affordable housing at Station Road or securing community benefits from Green End and protecting the green belt, Sebastian has a proven track record of delivering for the residents of Gamlingay division.
Sebastian now sits as the Chair of the County Council, a position he has held since 2015.
Bridget Smith has been a District Councillor for Gamlingay for nearly ten years. Her involvement in the construction of the Gamlingay Eco-Hub, England's greenest community building, was absolutely instrumental and pioneering.
As well as contributing to other local campaigns and on behalf of residents on a daily basis Bridget is the leader of the Liberal Democrat group on South Cambs District Council.
Our record | Barrington & Orwell
The team has successfully fought for the reduction in speed limits on some of our most dangerous roads, most notably the A603 through Wimpole and Orwell.
Aidan has been working hard to promote sustainable travel and wider introduction of rural cycle paths. Many people use their bikes for short journeys in the villages, and the Safer Routes to School scheme has helped give primary age children the option of cycling and walking to school.
But using a bike for longer journeys is made particularly unattractive by the conditions on the A603 and the A10. Aidan and the local team's work on the installation of cycle paths there, are a vital part of a network for future generations.