Mike Cornes a strong voice for local residents in Davyhulme East.
Mike Cornes, a strong voice for local residents in Davyhulme. The hard-working local councillor has been privileged to represent our community for over 15 years and has a track record of advocating on your behalf and supporting your interests.
Mike has not stopped working closely with residents’ groups across our community. He continues to meet many people to learn first-hand about any concerns and discuss how we can take action. Mike is a proven community champion and is working hard to make life better for everyone in Davyhulme.
Viv Ward a strong voice for local residents in Flixton for 26 years.
Hard working local councillor Viv Ward has been priviledged to represent our community for 26 years and has a track record of advocating on your behalf and supporting your interests.
Viv works with residents’ groups across our community and continues to meet many local people to hear first-hand about any concerns and discuss how we can take action. She is a proven community champion who puts her residents before party politics and is committed to making life better in Flixton.
Local community champion Christine Turner is fighting to be your next Conservative Councillor in the Ward of Davyhulme West.
Christine has a long, successful record in local government. She has spent years building a strong reputation for her total commitment to achieving the best possible outcomes when representing her constituents. She has lived and worked in the area as a nurse in the NHS for 40 years and like you she thinks this is a great place to live and work. Christine is keen to work on your behalf to make sure it stays that way.
Christine Turner, working hard for local residents in Davyhulme West.
After being contacted by residents and after many months of negotiation, Christine Turner is delighted that the lights on the railway bridge on Station Road in Urmston are to be replaced by Trafford Council.
I have lived in the area all my life, and my children have been fortunate to receive their education in our excellent local schools. I was my youngest daughter’s full time carer before she sadly passed away, so with my current work in Pharmaceuticals and my experience as a carer, I have a wide knowledge of Social Care and the NHS.
I am also passionate about our environment. Along with colleagues on Urmston in Bloom, I am regularly seen planting in the Town Centre flower beds and planters or carrying out litter picks, because it’s so important to me that Urmston maintains the highest standards for residents, shoppers, and visitors to our roaring night-time economy. I regularly speak to shopkeepers to hear their views or ideas on how we can further improve our town centre. Similarly, as the Chairman of the group opposed to building on the William Wroe site I organised the hugely successful demonstration on Flixton field last year. My group raised £5k to commission our own planners to prove that the WW site is completely unsuitable for the number of houses proposed in the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework and which led to the Council both reducing their proposed numbers and declaring that Flixton playing fields, Flixton Park and Flixton House will remain safe in the Greenbelt.
So I ask for your support on 3rd May so that I can help all local residents and maintain the best interests of Urmston. I promise that if elected I will help continue to drive through the many improvements and build on the many successes this Conservative administration has been responsible for since taking control of what was a “failing” Labour Council in 2004.
Leader of Trafford Council, Sean Anstee, highlights what you’re voting against with a vote for Labour this May:· The removal of burial charges for under-18s· £6.5million for those needing help in their own homes· More Green Flag parks · Town centre investment· Lower car parking charges· More money to mend roads and fix potholesVote Conservative in Trafford on May 3rd #KeepMovingForward
Shop occupancy buoyant plus exiting new market on the way.
Flixton’s Ward Councillors take pride in the continuing success of the redevelopment of Urmston town centre. The latest news includes details that the town centre’s occupancy rate has reached new heights, offering more shops and businesses with a greater range of goods and services to local people.
Recent planning approvals herald a revival of the market which will include a food hall and an improved artisan market.
Noting the success story, Flixton Ward Councillor Viv Ward commented:- “The thrill of this is seeing Urmston booming and become a destination shopping centre with a thriving evening economy of restaurants and bars. It benefits us all to have a successful town centre at the heart of our community. We have made great strides in a short space of time.”
Trafford Council announced last night that a sports, health and well being hub alongside a new home for The Manchester Giants is planned for for the site currently occupied by the George H Carnall Leisure Centre.
A number of planters have been relocated from outside the old AMEY depot in Carrington to there new locations in Urmston. This one is outside the Age UK Trafford building on Church Road and was planted up with bulbs and pansies this morning by Geoff and Christine Turner as part of the Urmston in Bloom work.
We are very pleased to be able to say that work has commenced on pruning the bushes at Urmston Station. This work was carried out by Carillion on behalf of Northern Rail. Well done Northern Rail and David Byrne in particular.
The remainder of the bushes are on land maintained by Network Rail and hopefully they will commission the work to remove the bushes so that the beds can be replanted.