Tom Anderson (Greasby, Frankby & Irby)

Tom Anderson was first elected as councillor for Greasby, Frankby and Irby in 2014 and then re-elected in 2016. Previously he served as a councillor for Upton Ward from 2008-12. He is currently the Shadow Cabinet Member for Leisure and Tourism on Wirral Council and serves on the Liverpool City Region Scrutiny Panel.

Tom was brought up in Greasby, and apart from a couple of years away has lived in Wirral all his life. Tom's professional life has consisted of working for an MP, as head of a communications for a training company and more recently as a relationship manager for a pharmaceutical organisation. 

Tom has a wide experience within the Wirral community, having served:

• three years as a school governor.

• a director of Magenta Living for three years.

• a community association director. 

• pre-school nursery director for over four years.

Tom’s focus for Greasby, Frankby and Irby is:

• to protect our surrounding green belt from unwanted developments.

• protect and enhance our leisure services, such as not selling off our beloved parks or closing down local libraries.

• to ensure that Wirral is a clean, green safe area with opportunities and activities for all.


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