CHORLEY LABOUR PARTY
Councillor Matthew Lynch proposes parking solution for Unity Place
Chorley Labour and Residents of Euxton Win as Appeal from Developer is Rejected
Chorley Labour unrelentingly supported local residents and won; County Council withdrew support
Supporting young people in Buckshaw
Update from Councillor Matthew Lynch on the investment in enhancing youth provision in Buckshaw Village
Council requests flood funding
Following mass flooding in Chorley borough, the council has formally asked the government to release £1m in funding
Save Chorley A&E campaign
Local Labour MP, Lindsay Hoyle and Chorley Labour members and councillors are campaigning every week to achieve a full 24 hours a day, 7 days a week A&E department at Chorley Hospital.
Rain or shine, you will see Chorley Labour members and elected officials outside the hospital campaigning on behalf of the people of Chorley. Come and join us or follow our campaign on social media.
FOR THE MANY
NOT THE FEW
Published and promoted by David Snape on behalf of Chorley Labour Party, 92 Pall Mall, Chorley, Lancashire PR7 2LB