Andrew Gardner is a long-standing community activist on Wirral. Living in Irby where he is part of the Irby Library Volunteers group and a Governor at Irby Primary for several years.
An experienced campaigner following an excellent campaign two years ago in Pensby and Thingwall, Andrew has been selected by local Conservatives to run for councillor in Hoylake, Meols and West Kirby.
Andrew is a life long Wirral resident being born in Heswall and now living in Irby with his wife and two grown up children.
Professionally Andrew spent many years in the printing industry in roles ranging from shop floor apprentice to company director of his own printing company. Currently he is a property surveyor and is completing a degree at Liverpool John Moores University.
A lifetime spent on Wirral has taught him the importance of preserving its beauty, heritage, coastline and culture.
He prioritises the community and values the need for communities to feel safe and feel like they belong to the area.
His message is simple :
• Action on individual issues
• Maintain the beauty of Wirral and seek a sustainable environment
• Facilitate and prosper community values at every opportunity
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