Lancashire is receiving £1,241,000 in 2016/17 as part of the Pothole Action Fund. This money will help fill up to 23,415 potholes in the next 12 months.
It’s easy spending other people’s money, and Chorley’s Labour council prove the point. Here’s just three examples.
Read between the lines and it’s only too easy to associate Chorley Council’s bid for £11 million compensation from any development arisin
I don’t know quite how long ago it is since our pavements were “slurry-sealed” by Lancashire County Council, but only since then the entr
Three weeks ago fellow school governors and I had a tour of our local primary school following school policy and setting an example by sw
Some residents of Buckshaw Village along with the rest of South Ribble Borough Council are enjoying their seventh year of Borough Council
It’s great news that local road-users across Lancashire will benefit from an extra £1,718,000 pothole fund this next year, which will kee