Alison Wright (Hoylake, Meols and central West Kirby)

Alison Wright is one of our three local Conservative Councillors for Hoylake, Meols and Central West Kirby.

Alison lives in West Kirby with her husband and has lived on the Wirral all her life.  Having worked as a primary school teacher, more recently Alison has been a partner in a small business with her husband.

Alison is also a member of St. Bridget's Church and is a trustee of West Kirby Charity

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Chris Blakeley (Moreton West & Saughall Massie)

Chris Blakeley was first elected as Councillor for Moreton and Saughall Massie and then re-elected in 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016. He is currently the Conservative Group Chief Whip and he also serves as Spokesperson on the Council's Constitutional and Oversight Committee

Helen Cameron (Clatterbridge Ward)

Helen Cameron is one of our three local Conservative Councillors for Clatterbridge Ward which covers the communities of Spital, Thornton Hough, Raby, Poulton, Raby Mere, Brookhurst and part of Bromborough.

Wendy Clements (Greasby, Frankby & Irby)

Wendy has represented the people of Greasby, Frankby and Irby as their councillor since 2010, having lived in the area since 1990.

Wendy lives in Greasby with her husband and their two children grew up there, attending local schools.

Tony Cox (Hoylake & Meols)

Tony was elected as Councillor for Hoylake & Meols Ward in May 2018. He has been an active local campaigner, and community champion, for many years.

Paul Hayes (Wallasey)

Paul Hayes was first elected to Wirral Council in 2007, representing Wallasey Ward.  Paul is a member of the Transport Committee of Liverpool City Region.

Paul was called to the Bar by Middle Temple and currently works in communications for a large brand.

Andrew Hodson (Heswall and Gayton)

ANDREW HODSON is married to Kathy who is also a local councillor, and he has a grown up family.

He has lived in Heswall all his life, and is therefore a truly local man. He is a director of a locally based company, employing local people on The Wirral.

Jenny Johnson

Jenny Johnson is one of our three local Conservative Councillors for West Kirby and Thurstaston ward.

Mary Jordan (Clatterbridge Ward)

Mary Jordan is one of three Conservative Councillors for Clatterbridge Ward, and was elected in May 2018.  Clatterbridge covers the communities of Spital, Thornton Hough, Raby, Poulton, Raby Mere, Brookhurst and part of Bromborough. Mary has lived in Wirral all her life, moving to Spital in 1999.

Ian Lewis (Wallasey)

Ian Lewis was elected to Wirral Council in 2016, representing Wallasey Ward, and the seat originally held by former Councillor, Kate Wood.  Before that, he was the first-ever Conservative Councillor for Leasowe & Moreton East (2008-12 and 2013-14).

Cherry Povall (Clatterbridge, Spital and Thornton Hough)

Cherry Povall was first elected as a Conservative Councillor for Clatterbridge Ward in 2008.

Cherry has lived in Wirral all her working life having first arrived to work as a teacher. She went on to own numerous newsagent shops in partnership with her husband.

Steve Williams (Moreton West & Saughall Massie)

Steve Williams was first elected as Councillor for Moreton West & Saughall Massie in 2009, then re-elected in 2011 and 2015. Since retiring as a Police Officer in 1999 Steve has run his own Computer business.