Trafford Lib Dems Launch Local Election Campaign

21 Candidates and a Local Plan of Action from the Liberal Democrats

Trafford Liberal Democrats launch their Manifesto for the 2019 Local Elections as 21 candidates step forward for election for the party. Since 2015 Trafford Liberal Democrats have grown their reach across Trafford, getting involved and serving the local communities in which they live.

Meena Minnis said ''I'm so proud to be standing in Timperley, where I live and my children go to school, there is so much to be proud of in this area and a lot of it is down to Cllr Jane Brophy and the Lib Dem team but so much still needs to be done to repair the damage caused by the Conservatives while they ran the Council''.

The Manifesto covers every aspect of Trafford from getting rid of AMEY when their contract comes up for negotiation, to protecting our great schools locally and safeguarding our green spaces and public parks.

It asks serious questions about our local health and social care problems and the failed white elephant left by the Conservatives in Altrincham with the Health Hub building fiasco.

Julian Newgrosh, candidate in Village ward said '' I was shocked but not surprised when I realised the ineptitude of the Conservatives before they were kicked out of office last year locally, the Altrincham Hub is only one of a few failed gambles they took''.



Altrincham David Martin
Ashton Upon Mersey Martin Elliott
Bowdon Ludo Tolhurst-Cleaver
Broadheath Chris Marritt
Brooklands Pauline Cliff
Bucklow St. Martins Stephen Power
Clifford Dave Nicholson
Davyhulme East Dawn Carberry-Power
Davyhulme West Ged Zuk
Flixton Ian Sutherland
Gorse Hill Adam Dean
Hale Barns Maggie Boysen
Hale Central Will Frass
Longford Dr Anna Fryer
Priory Briony Stephenson
Sale Moor Dr Simon Wright
St. Marys Alison Smith
Stretford Simon Lepori
Timperley Meena Minnis
Urmston Shaun Ennis
Village Julian Newgrosh

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