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    Article: May 19, 2015

    Leeds North West MP Greg Mulholland is encouraging families to swap four wheels for two feet this Walk to School Week.

    Part of National Walking Month, a month dedicated to celebrating the benefits of walking, Walk to School Week (18-22 May) is an opportunity for parents and children across the UK to try doing the school run on foot.

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    Article: May 18, 2015

    Leeds North West MP Greg Mulholland attended the LS6 Beer Festival on Sunday to show his support for local Yorkshire ales and the Leeds Indie Food festival.

    The three-day beer festival was held 15-17th May at the award-winning arts and events venue Left Bank Leeds, on Cardigan Road in Headingley.

    The annual beer festival was the fifth one that has been organised and this year it was part of Leeds Indie Food, a new, independent festival of food and drink culture running 7-24th May 2015.

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    Article: May 18, 2015

    Greg Mulholland MP yesterday attended the Spring Fayre organised by local charity Hope Pastures.

    [Photo on left: Greg Mulholland with his three daughters and Lynn Gawthorpe, Trustee at Hope Pastures]

    Based on Weetwood Lane, Hope Pastures rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes horses, ponies and donkeys. The charity also provides the opportunity for people to meet the animals and learn about them and how to look after them.

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    Article: May 18, 2015

    The 206th Otley Show was a "great success" according to local MP Greg Mulholland, who attended the event.

    Held on Saturday, the annual event is organised by the Wharfedale Agricultural Society. It is thought to be the oldest one day show in the country and set in the Wharfe Valley.

    It attracts an average of 15,000 visitors in addition to exhibitors of various animals including cattle, sheep, dogs and horses. Handicrafts, floral art and falconry displays are also on show.

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    Article: May 18, 2015

    A meeting, proposed by Greg Mulholland, MP for Leeds North West, took place today with West Yorkshire Police, local councillors and representatives of universities and student unions, to discuss local concerns following reports of a sexual assault in Headingley on 9 May and to reassure residents in the area.

  • Tim and Greg
    Article: May 15, 2015

    Tim Farron MP yesterday visited Otley with Greg Mulholland MP to officially launch his bid to become the next Leader of the Liberal Democrats.

    Farron chose Otley as the venue for his announcement with Liberal Democrats there bucking the national trend and sweeping the board on the local council. The party previously had just nine of the 20 seats on Otley Town Council but swept to a record-breaking 18 of the 20.

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    Article: May 15, 2015

    Greg Mulholland, MP for Leeds North West, has asked West Yorkshire Police to convene a meeting with local councillors, MPs, Universities and student unions following the sexual assault that took place on Saturday evening in Burley.

    West Yorkshire Police have now set up a meeting for Monday 18 May, to discuss and promote safety in the City.

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    Article: May 14, 2015

    Tim Farron MP has today officially announced his candidacy for Leader of the Liberal Democrats, with Greg Mulholland backing him and acting as Campaign Coordinator.

    Farron served four years as President of the Liberal Democrats, ending December 2014, and is hugely popular among party grassroots. Widely seen as the frontrunner to become the new leader, over the weekend he was also backed by the leaders of Welsh and Scottish Liberal Democrats, Kirsty Williams and Willie Rennie respectively.

  • Article: May 13, 2015
    A new positive, collaborative era for Otley politics has begun after a remarkable Otley Town Council election result, announced on Friday afternoon, which saw the Liberal Democrats sweeping the board at Thursday's town council election, winning a record-breaking 18 out of 20 seats.

    The result ushers in a different style of local politics that will be less confrontational, more collaborative and engaging with local people and businesses to better promote Otley.

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    Article: May 7, 2015

    As voters hit the polls today, Greg Mulholland has said local residents can look at his ten years as MP for Leeds North West to see how he has delivered for local people and our area.

    The last decade has seen Mulholland score a string of campaign wins for local residents. Some of his achievements include: