Ramsey

Ramsey is a town in the northeast of the Isle of Man, bordered by Garff to the southeast, and Ayre and Michael to the north, west and southwest. The town is sometimes referred to as ‘Royal Ramsey’, following the visit of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in 1847, which led to the construction of the landmark Albert Tower, after His Royal Highness climbed to the top of the hill overlooking the town and the northern plain.

It’s the only constituency whose boundaries have not been subject to change for the 2016 general election.

Census Information (2016)

According to the Boundary Review Committee’s figures for the constituency, based on the 2011 census, the population in Ramsey North is 4,251 and Ramsey South is 3,569, taking the total resident population in the town to 7,820.

Political Biography

4 yrs  Ramsey Town Commissioner

2 yrs  Deputy Lead Member for Parks and Leisure

2 yrs  Lead Member for Finance. General Purposes and Establishment.

Served on the Housing Allocations Committee

Ramsey’s representative at the Municipal Association

Currently serving 2nd term

Elected Chairman of Ramsey Town Commissioners for the 2016/17 year.

Election Broadcasts

Lawrie Hooper Election Broadcast

Election Interview Mandate (This video is the copyright of the original publisher and are linked/embedded here as a useful resource.)

 


Election Correspondance

manifesto

Manifesto


Meetings

Come and hear Lawrie’s proposals for the future of  Ramsey and the Isle of Man

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