Alex, Karen, Immy and Daniel

Queen Edith's

Queen Edith's is located in the south east of Cambridge, containing Addenbrookes Hospital and Medical Centre.

The ward is currently one of two wards in the city that will be located in South Cambridgeshire Constituency at the next election, one of the closest Conservative vs Lib Dem marginals in the country. Pippa Heylings is the Liberal Democrat Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for South Cambridgeshire, hoping to be the seat's next MP.

Liberal Democrats have been at the heart of our community in Queen Edith's for decades. We love this community, and we're very proud of our record of action - working alongside residents to make our fantastic neighbourhood the best it can be.

Currently 3 out of the 3 city councillors for Queen Edith's are Liberal Democrats, Daniel Lee, Immy Blackburn-Horgan and Karen Young, as is the County Councillor Alex Beckett.

Our candidate for the city council this May is Cllr Immy Blackburn-Horgan who is standing for re-election after being elected in November's by-election.

Local contacts

Karen Young
Lib Dem city councillor for Queen Edith's
07495 504570

Daniel Lee
Lib Dem city councillor for Queen Edith's

Immy Blackburn-Horgan
Lib Dem city councillor for Queen Edith's

Alex Beckett
Lib Dem county councillor for Queen Edith's

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