Debbie Caplin (Moreton and Leasowe)

Campaigner in Moreton and Leasowe
Former UKIP Parliamentary Candidate for Wallasey and leading 'Leave' organiser

Debbie Caplin is a life long resident of Moreton who stood for election in Moreton and Leasowe in May 2018 and 2019, increasing the Conservative share of the vote by 16% and slashing Labour's majority from 1,547 to just 301 votes.  

Debbie went to school - Eastway, Moreton Middle and then Oxley Avenue and now works as an Environmental Contract Manager. 

Many of her family also live in Moreton.

Debbie said: “I think a good councillor can make a big difference for local residents. 

"We don’t need another councillor who is just another bum on a seat in the Town Hall.”

Among those backing Debbie is former Leasowe & Moreton East Councillor, Ian Lewis.

Debbie's current campaigns include:

  • Tackling dog fouling near Sandbrook Primary School
  • Opposing building on our flood plains and Green Belt
  • Lobbying the Town Hall to apply for some of the new £13 million Government fund for play areas and parks

Our plan for Wirral:

  • Protecting our environment
  • Tackling Town Hall waste
  • Improving council services
  • Putting more police on the streets
  • Supporting local shops and town centres

Debbie Caplin

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Coronavirus advert in Wirral Globe (April 22) 221.71 KB
Coronavirus advert in Wirral Globe 314.7 KB
Moreton and Leasowe News February 2020 269.65 KB
Moreton News February 2020 260.58 KB
Annual Report 2019/20 520.63 KB
Ditton Lane update 296.22 KB
Newsline April 2019 Election Special 1.06 MB
Information for postal voters 999.29 KB
We're backing Debbie Caplin 247.51 KB
Leasowe & Moreton Newsline - March 2019 779.52 KB
Leasowe & Moreton Newsline January 2019 279.04 KB
Reporting Back - November 2018 577.99 KB
Leasowe & Moreton East Newsline (September 2018) 1.8 MB
Leasowe & Moreton Newsline March 511.27 KB
Leasowe & Moreton Newsline April 1.23 MB

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See Also

Darren May

Local Conservative Candidate for New Brighton
Armed Forces Veteran who served in Afghanistan and Iraq

Darren is an Armed Forces Veteran who grew up in New Brighton and returned to settle here after his service with the RAF. As well as tours of Afghanistan and Iraq, Darren also served as a Community RAF Police Officer for several RAF bases and their local communities.

Simon Mountney

Local Conservative Candidate for Moreton West & Saughall Massie
Former police officer

Simon was a councillor here in Moreton West and Saughall Massie previously between 2004 and 2014 winning three elections. He stood down to spend more time with his family during those important teenage years.