Our Party


Current Boundaries

Currently the South Stafford Local parties boundaries are based off the Parliamentary Constituency of South Staffordshire.

The District of South Staffordshire wards of Bilbrook, Brewood and Coven, Cheslyn Hay North and Saredon, Cheslyn Hay South, Codsall North, Codsall South, Essington, Featherstone and Shareshill, Great Wyrley Landywood, Great Wyrley Town, Himley and Swindon, Huntington and Hatherton, Kinver, Pattingham and Patshull, Perton Dippons, Perton East, Perton Lakeside, Trysull and Seisdon, Wombourne North and Lower Penn, Wombourne South East, and Wombourne South West.

The constituency is made up of about two-thirds of the South Staffordshire local government district, its southern bulk. It flanks the western edge of the West Midlands, the closest parts being Wolverhampton and Dudley and it does not contain any large towns; the largest town (by electorate) is Wombourne. Its settlements include Brewood, Cheslyn Hay, Codsall, Featherstone, Great Wyrley, Kinver, Perton and Wombourne.

Proposed Changes

Currently South Staffordshire are exploring the idea of extending the boundaries to include all South Staffordshire District Wards.

This would result in essentially Penkridge and the surrounding villages of Acton Trussell, Bednall, Coppenhall, Wheaton Aston and Duston being added to the local party area.

Executive Committee 2022

Greg Spruce

Greg Spruce recently became South Staffordshire Chair in May 2022. Greg is a seasoned campaigner with many successful campaigns under his belt. Coming from Telford and Wrekin where he was previously a councillor.

Greg plans to grow the local party substantially and to start contesting and winning seats in South Staffordshire local elections.

Cllr Sam Harper-Wallis

Cllr Sam Harper-Wallis became the first Lib Dem councillor in South Staffs since 2011. Sam is based in Penkridge and is a local campaigner for across his district ward of Penkridge North and Acton Trussell.

Sam enjoys long country hikes with his Fiancé Hannah, and their rescue black Labrador, Charlie. Independent ales, good food and good company.

David Taylor


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