Local News

No prosecutions from over 1,700 dog fouling reports

Chorley's Labour Council have reported that over the last fourteen months they recorded 1,713 incidents of dog fouling across our parliamentary constituency area, 1,866 over the whole borough.

Surprisingly, they also report no prosecutions were made during the same period.

Will you be better off in April?

When the new tax year starts in April, changes in the tax system will put more money in the pockets of Chorley residents and help people keep more of your wages.

New ward boundaries announced across Chorley Borough

After an extensive consultation, new ward boundaries have today been announced, with every ward having three councillors each.

Elections for all the new wards will now take place on 7th May 2020. 

Lancashire County Council's position regarding school absence and fines

Lancashire County Council has issued this statement to correct both in misleading articles and social media messages.

Lancashire County Council would like to clarify the situation regarding fines issued because of absence from school, following incorrect recent media coverage.

Cross party meeting on our health services

Chorley’s County Councillors and local MP Lindsay Hoyle held a cross-party meeting with health officials to discuss reforms to the provision of local health care being developed under the Our Health Our Care programme.