Campaigns

Damien Moore MP welcomes funding to help people off the streets in Sefton

Damien Moore has welcomed the Government’s announcement that more than £25 million will be allocated to 108 areas across the country, including Sefton – providing vital funding to help the most vulnerable rough sleepers off the streets as part of the Conservative Government’s £100 million plan to

High-Street Fund

Last year your local MP, Damien Moore, secured £675million from government to rejuvenate  Britain's high streets.

This is crucial for streets like our own Lord Street which has suffered greatly under the policies of the Labour-controlled Sefton council.

Southport to Manchester Train Service

As a seaside town it is vitally important that we maintain good infrastructure for travelling into and out of town.

Improving our infrastructure in this way means an economic boost for our town which means more money in your pocket.

Beach Clean

Keeping Southport's iconic beach clean is one of the long term aims of Southport Conservatives.

Establishing a Southport Town Council

Following the notice of motion by Councillor Terry Jones, Seconded by Councillor Harry Bliss, Southport Conservatives launched their campaign for greater independence from Sefton in earnest.

Keep Lord Street RED

Work is due begin, Monday 18th September, on the controversial resurfacing of Lord Street. Currently Lord Street is red. Sefton Council plans to use a money-saving cheaper option to resurface the road in black.