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Campaigning in Herne Hill to save live music venues

Caroline Pidgeon spoke at a campaign rally in Herne Hill to save our live music venues. Music iplays a huge role of our cultural scene in London. Music tourism alone generates more than £650 million per annum for the London economy, and more than 3.3 million tourists visited London in 2015 for music specifically. In fact, the O2 Arena in London sold more music tickets in 2014 than any other venue in the world.

Out and about in Tolworth

Caroline Pidgeon visited Kingston to look at the issues facing the Tolworth area. She met local Lib Dem councillors and former Member of Parliament and local campaigner Edward Davey. The group looked at the Conservative plans for high rise in the area which do not have enough affordable homes.

Campaigning to keep the bus station in Vauxhall

Caroline Pidgeon came to Vauxhall to meet with local campaigners to look at the Our Vauxhall plans for the local bus interchange which is under threat of being closed. Our Vauxhall is a mixture of local residents, businesses and visitors in Vauxhall who have joined forces to campaign for a strategic Green Link that runs from Battersea Park to Vauxhall Spring Gardens.

Time to end the brain drain of talented young women

It is time to help parents, particularly mothers, with the challenge of childcare in the capital if we are to meet the needs of London's economy and for London to be a truly family friendly city - is the key overarching finding in a report on childcare in London published today by Liberal Democrat London Assembly Group Leader Caroline Pidgeon AM.

Campaigning to save Muswell Hill Library

Caroline Pidgeon has been in Haringey to meet with local Liberal Democrat councillors who have uncovered a report that reveals the Labour-run council are considering moving Muswell Hill Library to a new location with library space taken up by customer services.

The Lib Dems are campaigning to keep Muswell Hill Library in the current historic, listed building in the heart of Muswell Hill.

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