Salford Liberal Democrats

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Would-be Liberal Democrat councillor Alex Warren has vowed to continue his Salford Quays clean-up and green campaigns despite losing the election.

After missing out to Labour by 108 votes on May 6, Mr Warren stated: “It was my intention if I did get on the council, to organise groups of people in the local area to go out and do clean ups.

“As much as I didn’t get elected I will still be putting my plan in place. 

“Sometimes it’s more about what you can give than what you can get back.”

With the Clean up the Quays campaign, the Salford Liberal Democrats had campaigned for a cleaner and greener city.

Those clean-ups will continue to make the Quays a nicer space for the community.

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Mr Warren said: “What we want to do is create nature reserves on the ship canal. 

“It’s not been done before in Salford and if it’s a success I’d like to roll it out across Greater Manchester.

“It’s important to develop the environment for nature and give nature a home in our cities.”

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The Liberal Democrats, however, have gained their first councillor for the city of Salford in 11 years.

Kersal candidate Avrohom Walter takes the only Liberal-Democrat seat as Labour take 52 seats, leaving the Conservatives with seven.

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