Buckshaw Village

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Buckshaw Village spans two constituencies and two Borough Councils, CHORLEY and SOUTH RIBBLE.

Your Conservative Councillors for Buckshaw Village are:

LCC Councillors

  • CC Mark Perks (Chorley's Clayton with Whittle Division)
  • CC Aidy Riggott (Chorley's Euxton Buckshaw and Astley Division)
  • CC Jayne Rear (South Ribble South Division)

Borough Councillors


Peter Malpas - Conservative choice for Astley and Buckshaw 2019

The Chorley Council area is also covered by two Parish Councils, Euxton and Whittle le Woods.

Seema Kennedy MP

Seema Kennedy MP


Chorley Conservative Association
South Ribble Conservatives


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HGV frustrations for villagers

Buckshaw Village have again experienced HGV vehicles getting themselves stuck while trying to take shortcuts through the village. This is inspire of signs having been recently erected, making it quite clear that there is no HGV access. County Councillor Aidy Riggott commented:

Becoming a dementia friend

In his new In Touch newsletter to residents, County Councillor Aidy Riggott wrote that he recently completed a training course to become a Dementia Friend and pledged to help raise awareness of the five key messages:

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.

Consultation on the future of Chorley's magistrates' court

A public consultation on proposals to shape future decisions on the court and tribunal estate was launched on 18th January, as part of the transformation of our justice system and Chorley Conservatives are urging everyone to have their say.