The image above is Wallacre Road. If you don't know the road, it's near St Hilary Brow and Breck Road, and leads down to Mosslands Drive.
It's also the boundary between Liscard Ward and Wallasey Ward.
Last year, in Liscard Ward, the three Labour Councillors raised 39 issues on behalf of local residents. That's 39 issues, problems and requests for help for residents in 12 months1.
On the other side of the road, in Wallasey Ward, the three Conservative Councillors raised 213 issues for action with the Town Hall.
See the difference? It's a similar story in much of the rest of the Wallasey Constituency.
But don't take our word for it. Here's what former Labour MP Ronnie Campbell said2:
"Conservative Councillors work and work. Our lot were saying 'when do we get our money'?"
That's why, over the next 72 hours, we will be working to turn out as many votes as possible for the seven local Conservative candidates in the Wallasey Constituency.
More Conservative Councillors means more problems, issues and action in our local communities.
We are also working to stop Labour gaining the two seats they need to regain full control of Wirral Council.
We know what happened last time they had control:
- they lent money to other councils
- wasted more on the 'Wirral View' newspaper
- paid more attention to private management consultants than local residents and taxpayers.
As we enter the final few days of this campaign, we'd like to thank residents for the warm reception and messages of support they have given our candidates. Thanks also to our members and volunteers for the help they have given to make our work this year possible.
That support has meant that, in spite of the restrictions of the pandemic, we have been able to reach more voters than we have for several years, in all six wards.
And, over the next three days, we will be completing hand delivery of newsletters and letters in New Brighton, Wallasey and Moreton West & Saughall Massie wards, as well as the crucial race in Leasowe & Moreton East - as covered by the Wirral Globe today.
Want to help us win? Here's three ways...
- Vote - every vote counts and yours could make the difference. Call 0151 691 8046 if unsure where or how to vote on Thursday 6 May
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- Get involved - volunteer, chip in or join us