Election 2024:

Time to change the face of Fareham

A whole new borough council will be elected on Thursday, May 2 and Fareham Liberal Democrats are fighting to win control and end years of complacent Tory rule.

You can find below the full list of Lib Dem candidates - follow the blue links under Ward by Ward. We will publish further details about our candidates on this page as our campaign progresses, together with an outline of our plan for the future of Fareham.

As you can see, the Liberal Democrats are standing in every ward, apart from two where we believe there are other candidates whose reasons for standing are consistent with our values.

There are two other elections taking place on May 2.:

All Fareham voters will have a chance to vote for our candidate Prad Bains in the election of a Police and Crime Commissioner for Hampshiire.

And In the Sarisbury County Council division, Graham Everdell is our candidate in a by-election caused by the resignation of Sean Woodward from Hampshire County Council

Watch this space for news and updates about our campaign. Contact us here if you'd like to help your local candidates.

Published by Jim Forrest for Fareham Liberal Democrats, 220 Fratton Road, Portsmouth PO1 5HH.


Fareham Civic Offices with pastiche Lib Dem orange banner saying "under new management"

Ward by ward - your local Lib Dem champions


Peter Davies and Sue Flewitt

Fareham Park

Ben Foster and Kerry Stubbs

Fareham Town

Lisa Whittle and Kirsten Wiltshire

Fort Fareham

John Tilley

Hill Head

Max Zambo

Hook with Warsash

John Sacker and Dominic Wong

Locks Heath

Sue Hardie and Dave Leonard







Park Gate

Graham Everdell and Gayathri Sathyanath

Portchester Castle

Chrissie Bainbridge and Dave Wiltshire

Portchester Wicor

Paul Nother and Paul Whittle

Sarisbury and Whiteley

John Hughes and Michael Targ


Alex Brims

Uplands and Funtley

Hazel Croft-Phillips and Jeannie Wigmore

Wallington and Downend

David Hamilton and Alison West

(Titchfield and Titchfield Common)

We have decided not to put up candidates this year in these two wards where  non-party candidates are raising an important local issue.

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