Adam Sykes (Clatterbridge, Spital and Thornton Hough)

Adam Sykes was first elected as a councillor for Clatterbridge Ward, covering parts of Bebington, Bromborough, Brookhurst, Spital, Poulton Lancelyn, Raby Mere, Raby Village and Thornton Hough, in 2011 and then re-elected in 2015. He is currently the Shadow Cabinet Member for The Environment and Green Belt on Wirral Council and spokesperson for the Environment Committee.

Adam was brought up in Heswall and has lived on the Wirral all his life. Adam studied Chemistry with Pharmacology, at The University of Liverpool, before completing a PhD in Computational Chemistry, during which he started his first business. In 2013, he merged his business, with partners, to form Livepoint Software Solutions, a business software development company based in Hoylake, Wirral.

Adam has a broad experience within the Wirral community, particularly with education, having served:

  • Eight years as a school governor at Thingwall Primary School, including time as Vice Chair, and more recently three years as Chair of Governors.
  • Four years as a school governor at Thornton Hough Primary School, including recently as Vice Chair of Governors.
  • As a member of Thornton Hough Community Trust for six years.

Adam’s plan for Clatterbridge Ward is:

Brings jobs and employment to Wirral, with help to get people into meaningful work, and to start their own businesses.

Ensure provision of affordable homes, allowing younger generations to get onto the property ladder while protecting our precious green belt from unwanted developments.

Protect and enhance our environment, while ensuring value for money for taxpayers, including improving recycling rates, reducing waste going to landfill, and promoting renewable and sustainable energy solutions for council assets, as well as, Wirral homes and businesses.


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Clatterbridge Newsline January 2019 298.82 KB
Newsline (November 2018) for Clatterbridge Ward 534.34 KB
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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