North Oxfordshire Liberal Democrats are one of the six local Liberal Democrat parties in Oxfordshire. Our constituency, Banbury, comprises the expanding market towns of Bicester and Banbury, as well as numerous villages including Hook Norton, Deddington, Upper and Lower Heyford, Adderbury, Bloxham and Bodicote.
The constituency lies within the Oxfordshire County Council area...
...and at the district level, within the Cherwell District Council area.
At the most local level, the two towns are represented by Banbury Town Council and Bicester Town Council, and the villages and rural areas by their parish councils.
This means a lot of local elections for people in our area, and a lot of opportunities to help get Liberal Democrat representation onto those councils.
Thanks to all who voted for us in the local elections of 6 May 2021 - especially in Otmoor (which includes Langford Village & New Langford on the SE of Bicester) who returned Calum Miller as their County Councillor. We are delighted to be part of the governing group on Oxfordshire County Council, giving us the chance to deliver the change people voted for. As our new Oxfordshire councillors get down to work, our campaigns team are already planning ahead to build on these successes, in the Cherwell District Council elections on 5 May 2022. You can get involved &/or help fund our work, by clicking on the orange buttons below:
To find out more about our local party or if you have any questions, please email us on [email protected]
At the last General Election in 2019, our candidate was energetic local activist Tim Bearder (profile), and our share of the vote was more than twice what we achieved in 2015 and 2017.