Sefton Says...
Jean Alexander - a life in pictures
Jean Alexander should be posthumously awarded the
Freedom of the Borough of Sefton

Please support this petition to make Jean Alexander the first individual women to be given the Freedom of the Metropolitan Borough of Sefton.

Since the Sefton was established in 1974 only soldiers and sportsmen have been given the highest honour that the borough can bestow. Surely there are people from the Arts, Science, Industry, Academia and other walks of life who deserve this recognition. Above all else surely there are women who deserve this honour.

Jean Alexander was an active citizen of the borough as well as being known to British television viewers as Hilda Ogden in the soap opera Coronation Street, a role she played from 1964 until 1987, and also as Auntie Wainwright in the long-running sitcom Last of the Summer Wine from 1988 to 2010. For her role in Coronation Street, she won the 1985 Royal Television Society Award for Best Performance, and received a 1988 BAFTA TV Award nomination for Best Actress.

Published and Promoted by Iain Brodie-Browne (Liberal Democrats) at 35 Shakespeare Street, Southport, PR8 5AB.