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  • Welcome to the Chorley Labour website

    Our mission is to support the residents of Chorley and promote a fairer and

    more equal society that works for the many, not the few

  • Chorley Bus Services Saved

    Lifeline services will still run on revised routes and timetables

    Lancashire County Council and Chorley Council are working together to ensure that bus services are still available for residents of Astley Village after Stagecoach announced it was withdrawing the 109A after Sunday 21st July. Following this news, Sir. Lindsay Hoyle MP alongside Labour councillors, have lobbied the County Council to highlight the need for this service to continue. Click here to read more.

  • New threat to Chorley A&E

    The Accident & Emergency unit at Chorley & South Ribble hospital is still under threat

    Chorley and South Ribble District Hospital’s Accident and Emergency unit along with acute beds may still face closure as part of a series of options to be presented by the Our Health Our Care team in the coming weeks. Lancashire Teaching Hospitals have announced that a public consultation will take place.

    Sir. Lindsay Hoyle MP has called upon the people of Chorley to "have their say" after describing how the closure of Chorley A&E previously, caused huge queues at Royal Preston and other hospitals in the area.

    Click here to read more and see how you can support the campaign.

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