CC Andrew Snowden


On Thursday 4th May 2017 you elected me to serve our community as your County Councillor. Being elected to represent the area I live in is one of the greatest honours of my life, I want to say to each and every resident ‘thank you for your support’.

I will work tirelessly for you – tackling issues here in our community and being a strong voice for you at Country Hall. There is much work to do, I will first focus on ensuring that the County Council is getting the basics right and spending its money on what matters to you.

I look forward to supporting many community groups and continuing to be an active part of the community I live in. I have met so many great people as we have been out campaigning and I hope to inject real passion and enthusiasm in representing our area on those issues which I know are close to your hearts.

One of my promises at the election was that I would produce a quarterly newsletter to ensure I was keeping everyone up to date on what I am doing on your behalf and keeping you in touch with news from County Hall. So welcome to ‘Intouch’ the first of these newsletters – another promise kept!

Caroline and I love living here and I whilst I appreciate not everyone voted for me, I will work hard and diligently for each and everyone one of you.




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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.


New bus services for Lancashire

Lancashire County Council have today published this press release and video on welcome news about our bus services

Budget: 25 things you need to know


The Chancellor has presented his Budget to Parliament – here's a summary of what was announced.

1. There are over 32 million people in work – near a record high

Council meeting - Labour's Market Walk extension

Following the vote at Chorley Council last night to pause development of the Market Walk extension, the Conservative group leader called on the ruling Labour Administration to undertake the following;

What now for £12 million Market Walk extension?

'Following the release yesterday by Chorley Council, on social media, confirming reports Marks and Spencer were reviewing their store openings the administration has now said the opportunity should be taken to pause and reconsider the project.

Keeping roads safe from floods and ice this winter

This week Cllr Andrew Snowden, who represents Chorley's Hoghton with Wheelton Division, spent a day inspecting the progress on the work he and Cllr Keith Iddon, Chorley Rural West, have been doing with senior County Council Highways Officers on Lancashire Conservative's investment in keeping our

Cllr Andrew Snowden checks out vision for Boatyard Pub

Cllr Andrew Snowden recently had a great meeting with Directors of Thwaites Brewery this week to discuss their exciting vision future of the site were the Boatyard Pub was demolished following a tragic fire.

New Conservative administration gets a grip on County's infrastructure projects

Since the Conservatives won control of the County Council in May this year, the new team has been working hard not only to deliver on the party's manifesto pledges to the people of Lancashire - but to get a grip on the projects that under Labour's poor track record had gone over budget and behind