Wallasey

Campaign Day in Moreton and Saughall Massie

The Wallasey Constituency elects one Member of Parliament at every General Election.  The results of the 2017 General Election in Wallasey are here.  You can find copies of leaflets and newsletters delivered in Wallasey by clicking on this link

Within the constituency, there are six wards that each elect three councillors to Wirral Borough Council.  The six wards are:

  1. Leasowe & Moreton East
  2. Liscard (including Egremont)
  3. Moreton West & Saughall Massie
  4. New Brighton
  5. Seacombe (including Poulton)
  6. Wallasey (including Wallasey Village)

The Council's Wallasey Constituency Committee comprises all 18 Councillors and is chaired by a Labour Councillor.  You can read more about that committee, and what it does, here.

The Conservative Party in this constituency meets regularly and welcomes new members.  You can join online here.  We are also keen to select new candidates to stand for us in Council and Parliamentary elections.  We also have a monthly Supper Club, that visits a different restaurant each time, and is open to any member. 

The Wallasey Central Conservative Club, which is independent of the local Party, is based on Manor Road, Liscard and is a thriving social club with 600 members. The club boasts its own bowling green, four snooker tables, a members lounge and a function room. New members are always welcome.  

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