Tony is well known to many people in New Brighton. He was councillor for 11 years and, during that time, helped hundreds of local residents and businesses with issues and problems in our community. Tony lives on Seabank Road and has also served as a governor of New Brighton Primary School.
During his time as local councillor, Tony won the support of many residents, including some who usually vote Labour at General Elections. Tony was active across our community all year round, not just at election time. He kept in touch with regular newsletters, letters and doorstep conversations.
Following the resignation of Labour Councillor Pat Hackett, many people have said they want their next councillors to have a track record of getting things done for New Brighton. People in New Brighton will be electing two councillors next and Tony is working with Darren May to give people a local voice in the Town Hall.
Our plan for New Brighton
- More police
- Protecting our green spaces including The Dips
- Saying 'No' to more HMOs and bed sits
- Invest in our shopping centres
- Helping the lowest paid
- Backing our young people