Caroline Snowden

Caroline Snowden Selected as spokesperson for Chorley Council's Wheelton and Withnell ward.

Chorley Conservatives are delighted to announce that local community campaigner, Caroline Snowden, has been appointed by the Conservatives to be the spokesperson for the Chorley Borough Council ward of Wheelton and Withnell. 

Caroline, who lives with her husband, Andrew, and their dog, Heidi, in Abbey Village will take on the responsibility of holding Labour's Chorley Borough Council to account on behalf of residents in the area. She will work alongside her husband who represents the wider Hoghton with Wheelton seat on Lancashire County Council. 

At a time when Chorley's Labour Administration have just announced a temporary halt to their multi million pound vanity Market Walk project due to uncertainty about it's viability, which could see millions of pounds of taxpayer money sunk into nothing other than tearing up a carpark and then putting it back, now is the time for strong voices like Caroline to stand up for Chorley taxpayers. 

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