Stockport Conservatives

Stockport Conservatives

Stockport Conservatives are the working group of Conservative Councillors, candidates and activists from across the Metropolitan Council area of Stockport.

Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council or SMBC, is made up of Councillors from across 4 parliamentary constituencies, namely Cheadle, Hazel Grove, Stockport and Denton & Reddish Constituency.

Following the 2022 local election, Cheadle Conservatives association make up the largest representation of Conservative Councillors accounting for 4 of the 5 Councillors in the Stockport Conservatives group on Council. 

The Stockport Conservatives team is led by group leader Councillor Mike Hurleston, Councillor for Bramhall South & Woodford

Mike Hurleston

The further 2 members of the Stockport Conservative team is Cllr. Brian Bagnall of Bramhall South & Woodford and Cllr. Linda Holt of Bramhall North. 

Profile image for Councillor Brian BagnallProfile image for Councillor Linda Holt

There are 7 wards that make up that make up the Cheadle Constituency representation on the Stockport Conservatives Group.

These are - 

Bramhall North

Bramhall South & Woodford

Cheadle & Gatley

Cheadle Hulme North

Cheadle Hulme South

Heald Green

Stepping Hill

 

Bramhall

Bramhall is a suburban area in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport, Greater Manchester, England. Historically in Cheshire, it had a population of 17,436 at the 2011 Census. Bramall Hall, in the heart of Bramhall situated in 26 hectares (64 acres) of parkland, is an example of a 14th-century Cheshire building. In 2016 an extensive programme of restoration work was completed. The Ladybrook flows through the park towards Cheadle and Bramall Hall.

Bramhall North and South are represented by the Bramhall Conservatives branch.

Cheadle

Cheadle is a village in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport, Greater Manchester, England. Bordering Gatley, it is close to Manchester Airport and lies on the Cheshire Plain in the final meander of the Ladybrook Valley before it joins the River Mersey to the north. Cheadle is on the A560 from Stockport to Chester and borders onto the A34. 

Cheadle Conservatives are represented by the Cheadle & Gatley Conservatives branch.

Cheadle Hulme

Cheadle Hulme is a suburb in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport, Greater Manchester, England. Historically in Cheshire, Cheadle Hulme is 2.3 miles south-west of Stockport and 7.5 miles (12.1 km) south-east of Manchester. It lies in the Ladybrook Valley, on the Cheshire Plain. In 2011, it had a population of 26,479.

Cheadle Hulme North & South Conservatives are represented by the Cheadle Hulme Conservatives branch.

Heald Green

 

Heald Green is a suburb in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport, Greater Manchester, England. In the south-west of the borough, near Manchester Airport and within the boundaries of the historic county of Cheshire, it is bordered by Gatley and Cheadle to the north, Cheadle Hulme to the east.

Stepping Hill

Stepping Hill lies within Hazel Grove a suburb in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport, Greater Manchester, England, close to the Peak District national park. Hazel Grove is made up of three separate townships: Norbury, Torkington and Bosden-cum-Handforth. It is expected that prior to the 2023 elections, Stepping Hill will cease as an electoral ward and will become Norbury & Woodsmoor. Norbury (Nordberie) was mentioned in the Domesday Survey in 1086.

 

Where to find us

Office

You can find our constituency office at 25 Mellor Road, Cheadle Hulme, Stockport SK8 5AT.

If you wish to contact us, please reach out on our Contact Form. Alternatively you can reach us on office@cheadleconservatives.com.

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Stockport and Stockport Council.

Our elected Councillors represent residents on Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council sitting on Full Council, Local Area Council and various Scrutiny Committees. Full Council regularly meet at Stockport Town Hall, designed by Sir Alfred Brumwell Thomas. The hall includes a ballroom which contains the Wurlitzer theatre pipe organ formerly installed in the Paramount and later Odeon Theater in Manchester. The war memorial and art gallery are on Greek Street, opposite the town hall. 

Stockport's most visible landmark is its Viaduct standing at 111 feet (34 m) high, and carries four railway tracks over the River Mersey on the line to Manchester Piccadilly. The viaduct built of 11,000,000 bricks, a major feat of Victorian engineering, was completed in 21 months at a cost of £70,000.The structure is Grade II* listed.

Beside the M60 motorway is the Stockport Pyramid, a distinctive structure designed by Christopher Denny from Michael Hyde and Associates. It has a steel frame covered with mostly blue glass and clear glass paneling at the apex and was intended to be the signature building for a much larger development planned in 1987. Construction began in the early 1990s and it was completed in 1992.

 

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