Coppull and Heskin street lights reported to LCC

Lancashire County Councillor Peter Malpas has been busy reporting faulty street lights on Wood Lane Heskin and in nearby Coppull.In total 5 consecutive lamps in Preston Road Coppull have been reported as out on the busy A49, and a further six in Wood Lane Heskin, mainly around the Park Hall Lane junction.

Say Yes to One Chorley | Parliamentary Boundary Review

Chorley  Conservatives are pleased that the Parliamentary Boundary Review has recommended that the new Chorley Constituency should once again cover the same population as Chorley Borough Council - one Chorley.

MP Paul Maynard - great speaker at Chorley dinner

Blackpool North and Cleveleys MP Paul Maynard was special guest and speaker at Chorley Conservatives Autumn Dinner held last night.The fund-raising dinner set the scene for the elections next May.

Brinscall | Labour retract blunder leaflet

Brinscall's Conservative Councillor Alison Hansford and Executive Councillor for Planning Alan Cullens have been vindicated as local Labour Councillor France and his Party hurriedly distributed a leaflet retracting their claim that up to 165 homes were planned for the nature trail behind Railway Road Brinscall.The Labour Party had previously handed out a newsletter to Brinscall residents causing alarm by claiming that the Conservative Council were planning to build 165 homes on land behind Railway Road, whereas Chorley Council are proposing 32 across the whole of Wheelton and Withnell.

Brinscall Heather Lea Drive | Labour homes claim dismissed

Following a ‘Campaign Special’ and visits by local Labour party members to several homes in Brinscall we set the record straight.The Labour Party are guilty of malicious scare mongering over proposed housing developments and we are aware that this has given rise to a great deal of upset and concern.
In setting the record straight the 15 year plan allows for just 32 new homes in the whole of Wheelton and Withnell Ward and not the 165 Labour claim for one site.

Campaigning across Euxton

Conservative councillors and members met up today in Euxton North to deliver newsletters and meet up with residents to discuss local issues.Topics brought up include the regular closure of Euxton Lane due to flooding.  But on the whole Euxton residents were happy about where they live and pleased with the way Chorley Council was being managed and with the services they provide.Local Councillors Debra Platt and Cllr Rosemary Russell both joined the campaign team, and will be studying feedback from across Euxton North.