Local News

New Leader and Deputy of Conservative Group

Salford's Conservative Councillors have elected Walkden South Councillor Les Turner as their new group leader and leader of the opposition on Salford City Council. Les succeeds Cllr Karen Garrido, who has stood down to take up the role of Deputy Ceremonial Mayor. Cllr Jillian Collinson (Boothstown & Ellenbrook) becomes deputy leader of the Conservative group.

Put Salford first - vote Conservative on Thursday 7th May

There's a clear choice here in Salford both for the local and general election. On the Council, you can choose between your hard-working Conservative team and Labour Councillors who just do what the City Mayor wants. Nationally, we can continue to grow the economy and create jobs under the Conservatives, or suffer the chaos of a Labour Government propped up by the SNP. Vote Conservative!

Cllr Sydney Cooper

A Generation of Public Service; Former Claremont Councillor Sydney Cooper.

Use your postal vote to back your Conservative candidates!

If you normally vote by post, your ballot papers will arrive shortly, or you may already have them. There's a clear choice here in Salford between a Labour Party that has taken our communities for granted, and your local Conservative candidates working hard across the City for you. Please use your postal ballot to vote Conservative!

Cllr Sydney Cooper

It was with sadness we learned of the passing of Mr Sydney Cooper, former Conservative councillor for Claremont ward this morning.  

Conservative Candidate for Ordsall

Ordsall resident Johnathan Boot will represent Salford Conservatives at May's local elections. Jonathan will be making safe, clean and crime-free streets as his main campaign theme.  

Warm welcome for new investment at Broadoak Primary School

Cllr Iain Lindley, Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Worsley & Eccles South, has welcomed news that Broadoak Primary School will receive funding to improve its school buildings - part of an additional £367 million that the Government has allocated from the Condition Improvement Fund for investment in buildings at over one thousand schools across the country.