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Last night Wera spoke at the final hustings of this election campaign, A New Vision for the UK?, held by Bath Stop War and members of other local campaigning groups.
Wera has participated in several hustings so far with her fellow candidates for the December 12th election. From church groups, to business leaders to university students, she's heard that people are concerned about many different issues.
Wera visited The Woodworks Project, an inspiring, independent local charity that helps vulnerable and disadvantaged people in Bath. It runs a furniture and upholstery workshop, teaching skills that genuinely change lives.
Wera cycles everywhere in Bath. As the climate change spokesperson for the Liberal Democrats, she understands just how vital it is that everyone takes small, manageable steps to reduce emissions.
For months now, Boris Johnson has been talking about "Getting Brexit Done." Yet this is just the beginning.
Wera has been campaigning for improved support for people with eating disorders, which have the highest mortality rate of any mental health condition.
Moorland Road is the vibrant heart of one of Bath's many distinctive communities. There was such a festive feeling in the air as residents of all ages waited for the Christmas lights to be switched on.
Healthy, locally produced food is a win/win as Bath tackles the Climate Emergency. We are so lucky to have the weekly Farmer’s Market in Green Park Station.
Wera wants to thank Sirius Wood, part of the Trafalgar Woods project in Bath, and forest manager Phil Woodruff for helping her plant a hornbeam sapling this week with BANES Councillors Sarah Warren and Neil Butters.
Wera recently toured the post office inside WH Smith to discuss concerns you've raised about access and seating.