Lend a hand to the great Newnham team to help re-elect Markus Gehring. After a nutritious lunch (provided) we'll head out in neighbouring Market ward.March 30, 2019 at 10am
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- Colin McGerty wants to volunteer 2018-06-17 10:49:10 +0100
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- Colin McGerty posted about Shopmobility on Facebook 2018-06-22 07:50:23 +0100I call on Cambridge City Council to scrap the new charges for ShopMobility. Will you?
We the undersigned call on Cambridge City Council to withdraw and reconsider the charges for the use of Shopmobility which it introduced on 1st April.467 signatures
Cambridge’s Shopmobility service lends mobility scooters to disabled and less mobile people to get around the city centre. This was free, but since 1st April it costs either £6 per trip plus a £48 annual subscription or £12 per trip without a subscription, by far the highest such charges in the region.
Social isolation is a major concern for those with reduced mobility and these unfair charges effectively close off the city centre to those at greatest risk.
We the undersigned call on Cambridge City Council to withdraw and reconsider the charges for the use of Shopmobility which it introduced on 1st April.
- Colin McGerty published Morley Residents' Parking Scheme Review in Campaigns 2018-05-18 22:11:25 +0100
A residents’ parking scheme was introduced for the Morley area in November 2017. Now that it’s been running for six months, it seems a good time to review it: see how it’s working for you, and whether any modifications need to be made. There are ten questions.Take the survey
Julian Huppert writes:
This has been a rather unexpected week, with Tuesday’s surprise announcement of a General Election.
I’m delighted to announce that I will be standing on June 8th for re-election as the MP for Cambridge.
After the catastrophic result of the EU Referendum last year, I decided I could not sit back and let the country suffer.
- @colinmcgerty tweeted link to Garden Posters. 2017-04-20 13:00:49 +0100Show your support for Julian Huppert with a garden poster. http://www.cambridgelibdems.org.uk/garden_posters?recruiter_id=88217A great way to show the momentum of our campaign is with a good display of garden posters. If you would like to show your support, please fill out the form below and one of the team be round to put up your poster.
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- Colin McGerty donated 2019-03-11 21:19:27 +0000
Colin McGerty for Queen Edith's
Colin McGerty is an experienced and respected campaigner. His input to many of the campaigns run by Cambridge Lib Dems has helped highlight many important issues. In 2016 Colin successfully persuaded the County Council the reverse a planned cut that would have made every School Crossing Guard in Cambridgeshire redundant and put children's lives at risk.
More recently, Colin has been championing the cause of Children's Centres, many of which are threatened with closure in the latest round of Conservative ideological austerity. His input helped to raise a 4000 signature petition against the measures, he has organised demonstrations, a social media campaign and spoken in Full Council session at Shire Hall.
Colin's passion for our City grew out his love for the way that it allows us to live, work and move through it s beautiful green spaces in our daily lives. This unique aspect of Cambridge coupled with the changing face of our traditional neighbourhoods makes Colin a fierce advocate for local residents.
Colin works as an IT consultant focused on business change and migration projects. He is married to Liz and they have two daughters at a local primary school.