THE SOUTHPORT PARTY

THE INDEPENDENT VOICE FOR THE PEOPLE OF SOUTHPORT

Registered at the Electoral Commission as a political party

Contact Numbers: 01704 225868

2D Bibby Road Southport PR9 7PT

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THE SOUTHPORT PARTY IS TOTALLY INDEPENDENT.

WE HAVE NO CONNECTIONS WITH ANY OTHER POLITICAL PARTY

WE WORK ONLY IN THE BEST INTERESTS OF SOUTHPORT

WELCOME.

Thank you for visiting our site.

We are here to help the people of Southport to maintain as much control of the council as is possible.

We run campaigns and hold the officers of the council to account when making plans

to alter the performance of any item in the old Southport County Borough Council area.

We welcome new members and a special welcome to anyone wishing to become one of our activists.

 

 

GENERAL ELECTION 2015

The Southport Party is this year putting up a candidate for the Member of Parliment for Southport. This gives all the town's residents a chance they have never had before, the ability to choose between voting for one of the parties which have for 40 years brought Southport down to its knees having to support towns to our South with which we have so little in common,

OR, voting for the only party which has ALWAYS wanted Southport to regain a similar status to what this once proud town enjoyed before 1st April 1974.

Our candidate, Jacqueline Barlow can be contacted:

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Telephone: 01704 546427

 

It is the fault of the Southport Conservatives that we ever got stuck into Merseyside, the original recommendation was for us to become a district Council in Lancashire.

The Liberal Democrats actively voted in favour of us remaining in Sefton up to the point that they lost all control on the Council. Now they want us to leave! How can they ever be trusted?

The Labour Party has no representation in Southport and never will. They want Southport to be joined to Bootle for ever.

Please view the attached documents for more information on our candidate, Jacqueline Barlow:

Interview 23rd March at Christ Church

Interview 23rd April with Radio Merseyside

Interview 30th April 2015 at KGV