Buckshaw Village

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:

LANCASHIRE COUNTY 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

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

MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT SOUTH RIBBLE

Seema Kennedy MP

CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATIONS

Chorley Conservative Association
South Ribble Conservatives

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News

How to save with a prescription prepayment certificate

You can buy prescription prepayment certificates (PPCs) from the NHS which may make your prescriptions cheaper.

You can only get a PPC if you live in England.

A 3 or 12 month PPC covers all your prescriptions for that period, no matter how many you need.

New bus services for Lancashire

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

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.

County Conservatives to consider £1m investment in bus network

Major improvements to the network of buses supported by Lancashire County Council are to be considered by the council's Conservative cabinet next week.

The council has already committed to make an extra £1m available to bus services, increasing the budget from £2m to £3m.

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