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Chorley & South Ribble Conservative Policy Forum

Another successful Chorley and South Ribble Conservative Policy Forum was held this week, with members across both Chorley and South Ribble Associations coming together to discuss the Environment.

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Merry Christmas

Cllr Michael Green, Chairman of South Ribble Conservative Association in his Christmas message says "Best wishes to all residents across the constituency, wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a properous and Happy New Year. Thank you for your support during 2017, a year in which we won 7 out of

Prime Minister's message

Dear Members and supporters, 

The last few days have been some of the most difficult that we have faced as a nation. All acts of terrorism are cowardly attacks on innocent people, but the attack in Manchester stands out for its appalling, sickening cowardice. 

New management team confirmed

At an executive meeting on 15th April the Chairman of the Association presented a new management team that was unanimously voted through. Joining the team is Graham Gooch as Deputy Chair Political with David Bird taking on the role of joint Deputy Chair Membership and Finance.

Corbynista Millionaire Visits Penwortham

Corbynista Millionaire Visits Penwortham

Emily Thornberry MP is visiting Penwortham to support the Labour campaign for the Lancashire County council election in May.

It is a bit difficult to see how she will chime with the voters in Penwortham.

Lancashire County Council candidate selection opens

Elections to Lancashire County Council take place on 4th May 2017 when an opportunity exist for the Conservatives to take back control of the Council from Labour.In preparation for these important elections, South Ribble Conservative Association, are seeking candidates for the various South Ribble Divisions.

An unforgettable year for the Mayor

THE Mayor of South Ribble is preparing to hand over her mayoral chains to the new Mayor after an ‘absolutely wonderful’ year representing the borough.Councillor Mary Green and her consort Tony Green have had a year full of events and have been representing the borough across the whole of Lancashire.They’ve been part of the Leyland Festival, presented students across the borough with prizes and awards, judged the 2016 Search for a Star auditions, hosted charity dinners including a masquerade ball and attended the dedication of the borough’s brand new WW1 memorial.Throughout the year the Mayor has raised plenty of money for her three chosen charities; St. Catherine’s Hospice, Rosemere Cancer Foundation and Legacy Rainbow House. 

Flooding Roadshow

A flooding roadshow is inviting South Ribble residents to help shape the borough’s future flooding response. The Environment Agency, South Ribble Borough Council and partners are inviting residents to have their say on flooding and find out more about the support available. The drop-in sessions provide an opportunity for local people to inform flood risk management in their community by providing information on their experiences.