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.

Since her election, Mary has been appointed to the Council's Planning, Adult Care & Health and Licensing, Health & Safety and General Purposes Committees.

Locally, Mary is involved with petition to reinstate the 112 bus – a service from Spital to New Ferry, as well as the wider implications of changes to bus services in Clatterbridge and is also trying to create a decent children’s play area in Brookhurst.

She has held a number of roles within the NHS, and became a dementia friends champion when she was leading the dementia agenda for Cheshire and Merseyside Clinical Networks. She continues to take an active interest in the care of people living with this cruel disease.  Mary now works at our 'outstanding' Clatterbridge Cancer Centre.

In her spare time Mary is involved in organising the Wirral Festival of Music, Speech and Drama and is Treasurer for a local Neo Natal Charity. Mary has one son, who is a GP in London.

Keep up to date with Mary's work in the community, and issues raised by residents on the Facebook page for Clatterbridge Ward

 

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Clatterbridge leaflet (July) 252.32 KB
Clatterbridge Thank You leaflet (June 2018) 343.7 KB
Newsline (November) for Clatterbridge 710.18 KB

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Green light given to Storeton Green Belt development

Commenting on the decision to allow re-development of Storeton Hall, a Grade II* Listed Building and Scheduled Monument, and building in the Green Belt, Councillor Mary Jordan (Clatterbridge Ward) said: “This is a shocking decision, following an appeal against the Council’s Planning Committee ref