Mark Perks

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Reporting pothole campaign launched

A new campaign aims to encourage people to join the fight against potholes by using a quick and easy system to report them on Lancashire County Council's website.

Lancashire County Council's position regarding school absence and fines

Lancashire County Council has issued this statement to correct both in misleading articles and social media messages.

Lancashire County Council would like to clarify the situation regarding fines issued because of absence from school, following incorrect recent media coverage.

Chorley boundary review launched to balance ward sizes

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England will today launch a Ward boundary review across the Chorley Borough Council area to address inequalities in the number of electors per councillor.

WATCH: Labour telling fibs on free school meals

Today, Parliament will vote on measures to introduce a new eligibility criteria for free school meals and the early years pupil premium, which will mean around 50,000 more children will benefit from a free school meal by 2022.

Bid to stop fast food plan for Buckshaw Village

Campaigner Aidy Riggott, who's standing for election in this May's local election, spoke at tonights Chorley Council development control committee with a view to stop the application.

See Also

Keith Iddon

County Councillor Keith Iddon represents the Chorley Rural West Division now covering our Charnock Richard and Heskin in addition to Eccleston and Mawdesley and Lostock Wards which are in the South Ribble Association area.  Click on the link for Keith's contact details.

 

Aidy Riggott

County Councillor Aidy Riggott represents the Euxton, Astley and Buckshaw Division.

Here is his County Council contact page 

Andrew Snowden

Andrew is the Conservative choice for Lancashire's Police and Crime Commissioners candidate for the May 2020 election.

He also represents the Hoghton with Wheelton Division on Lancashire County Council.