Darren May

Local Conservative Candidate for New Brighton
Armed Forces Veteran who served in Afghanistan and Iraq

Darren is an Armed Forces Veteran who grew up in New Brighton and returned to settle here after his service with the RAF. As well as tours of Afghanistan and Iraq, Darren also served as a Community RAF Police Officer for several RAF bases and their local communities. Darren wants to use this experience serving New Brighton as your local Councillor.

Darren has already successfully defended New Brighton from the damaging Labour Group proposal of parking charges along New Brighton's historic seafront 2 years in succession with his petitions and local news coverage forcing Labour to back down. He continues to support local residents and businesses, and welcomes any requests for assistance.

Darren is passionate to see the return of a Conservative Councillor for New Brighton to stop the complacent inaction of Labour Councillors, and ensure New Brighton is represented by someone who is also a resident of New Brighton. He welcomes any support you can provide to ensure New Brighton once again has a strong voice on Wirral Council.

Our plan for Wirral:

  • Protecting our environment
  • Tackling Town Hall waste
  • Improving council services
  • Putting more police on the streets
  • Supporting local shops and town centres

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Council seeks injunction to have travellers moved from Dips

Wirral Council is applying for an injunction to have travellers removed from the Dips at New Brighton, following concerns from residents and local councillors.

It is almost two years to the day since more than 20 caravans set up camp at the popular local beauty spot.

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Former police officer

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