Bruce Berry (Moreton West & Saughall Massie)

Bruce was elected as councillor for Moreton West and Saughall Massie in May 2014 and re-elected in May 2018, with a swing of 10.4% from Labour to Conservative.  

Prior to being elected as a councillor, Bruce was Chair Person of the 'Birds and Trees' Residents Association in Saughall Massie from 2007 until 2010. 

Bruce is a retired Aircraft Fitter and is married with three sons and five grandchildren.  He has lived in Saughall Massie for 38 years.

Bruce is a School Governor at Lingham Primary School. As well as his council committee places, he also serves as a trustee on the Tam O’ Shanter Cottage Urban Farm and the Saughall Massie Village Conservation Area Advisory Committee.

Bruce has worked closely with local traders and residents to develop Moreton in Bloom and is focused on protecting our environment, and in particular our green belt and our country parks and open spaces. 

Bruce works with Councillors Chris Blakeley and Steve Williams on issues in our local community and fights for a fair share of the Council's £800 million budget for our community.  

 

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Moreton & Saughall Massie Newsline January 2019 256.6 KB
Reporting Back November 2018 568.23 KB
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Moreton & Saughall Massie Newsline (June/July 2018) 323.18 KB
Moreton and Saughall Massie Newsline (January 2018) 714.92 KB

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Another new business opens in Moreton

The latest business to open in Moreton was welcomed to the town by the three local Conservative Councillors last week.

Wirral Cosy Rooms is owned by Dave, Scott and Ian and has opened a store on Hoylake Road.

Location of new parking meters to be revealed

Details of where new coastal parking meters are to be installed are set to be revealed in a Town hall 'consultation' starting on 16th May.

The plan is for parking meters at coastal areas, including promenades, at Moreton, Wallasey, Hoylake, Meols and West Kirby.

Lingham litter pick goes ahead...in spite of the weather

The latest community litter pick organised by the local Conservatives went ahead today, in spite of the weather.  Organised by Councillor Bruce Berry, bags were filled with litter from around Lingham Park by volunteers.

Special meeting called as scrambler bike petition tops 4,000

An ‘extraordinary’ council meeting has been called by Wirral’s Conservative Councillors, as the petition for tougher action on scrambler bikes surpasses 4,000 names. The meeting, set by the Mayor, will be held on Monday 11 December at Wallasey Town Hall.

3,300 residents back campagn for action on scrambler bikes

The campaign to tackle the menace of scrambler bikes across Wirral has now received the support of more than 3,300 people.

The campaign was launched by Councillor Bruce Berry (Moreton West & Saughall Massie) following increasing number of complaints from residents.