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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.

Keeping roads safe from floods and ice this winter

This week Cllr Andrew Snowden, who represents Chorley's Hoghton with Wheelton Division, spent a day inspecting the progress on the work he and Cllr Keith Iddon, Chorley Rural West, have been doing with senior County Council Highways Officers on Lancashire Conservative's investment in keeping our

Good luck to Chorley Magpies in tonights FA Cup first round

Best wishes and good luck to all the team behind Chorley Football Club's FA Cup first match against Fleetwood Town at Chorley's Victory Park tonight.

The match is being broadcast live on BBC Radio Lancashire and televised by BT Sport to their subscribers.

Cllr Andrew Snowden checks out vision for Boatyard Pub

Cllr Andrew Snowden recently had a great meeting with Directors of Thwaites Brewery this week to discuss their exciting vision future of the site were the Boatyard Pub was demolished following a tragic fire.

Living Wage helps 300,000 out of low pay

The number of workers on low pay in the UK has fallen by more than 300,000 following the Conservatives’ introduction of the national living wage, a think tank says.