Local Elections 2022 – Audenshaw Candidates

OLIVER RYAN: Labour Party

I LOVE our town. I was born and raised here, I went to Audenshaw School, I am a local school governor and homewatch leader.

Oliver Ryan

I have been your councillor for the last eight years, taking the seat from a Conservative – politics cannot be about party political tit-for-tat. It’s about people. My priority is Audenshaw.

A vote for me is a vote for cleaner, greener and safer streets – Team Audenshaw has a plan for every road in the ward and we want to make our area better.

With your help and your vote, Teresa Smith, Charlotte Martin, Andrew Gwynne MP and I can continue to be a great team and a strong voice for our town.

Send Boris and his boy in Audenshaw a message on polling day, they cannot take your vote for granted.


DANNY MATHER: Conservative Party

AS A resident of Audenshaw, I want to see somewhere that is safe, clean and green to live, work and bring up children.

A town where the local councillors listen to residents and act on our behalf for our benefit. That’s why I am standing to be your representative.

Danny Mather

As I talk to residents the message is clear – they also want someone who will roll up their sleeves and get stuck in for our area.

Over the past few years, I have worked hard for our community – leading volunteers in litter picks, planting flowers in the park, campaigning to protect our children by fighting to cut traffic speeds and stop the off-road bikes, lighting up the Memorial Gardens at Christmas, and pressing for the restoration of the Trough.

Last May, I was just 82 votes shy of winning. So, your vote really does make a difference!
As your local Conservative councillor, I will work hard all year round for you, your family and our communities.

Don’t leave it to your neighbours, they may be leaving it to you – if you want change in Audenshaw, vote for it.



I HAVE lived in Tameside for one year and have worked in Manchester for seven.

I am standing to give the people of Audenshaw the opportunity to vote for a local Green candidate.

As a Green councillor I would work to progress Tameside’s recently published Climate Change and Environment Strategy.

The council declared a climate emergency two years ago but there are still no defined actions or targets, despite an already agreed Greater Manchester Environment Plan for 2019-24.

Given the dramatic increase in the cost of living, the obvious actions to pursue are firstly home insulation – for warmer homes, lower energy bills and less CO2.

Secondly, improvements to the walking and cycling infrastructure and better and cheaper public transport, to save on rising fuel costs and reduce both pollution and CO2.

Green-led councils across the country are already working on these issues.

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