Local News

Chairman's dinner success

Social Secretary Val Caunce couldn’t hide her delight after the highly success annual Chairman’s dinner, featuring guest speaker Lynton Crosby was held at Park Hall, Charnock Richard on Friday 19th July.   

Crime rate falls under Tories

Recorded crime is down by more than ten per cent in both South Ribble and across the UK under the Conservative led government, and the independent survey shows that the public’s experience of crime is at its lowest level since records began.

Chairmans dinner

Lorraine Fullbrook has been able to secure a very influential speaker for our forthcoming Chairman’s Dinner. Lynton Crosby, the chief strategist for David Cameron’s 2015 election campaign also responsible for Boris Johnson’s two successful campaigns for Mayor of London.

Tom Blane stands down

Tom Blane has decided to stand down as Deputy Chairman Membership from the association.  

Council invests in new refuse vehicles

A brand new fleet of refuse collection vehicles has taken to the streets of South Ribble following investment by the Conservative administration.

Mayor raises flag for Armed Forces

Mayor of South Ribble Councillor Dorothy Gardner has raised a commemorative flag at the Civic Centre, Leyland, in honour of Britain's service men and women.

Wesley Street Mill demolition

Redevelopment of Wesley Street Mill in Bamber Bridge has taken a major step forward after demolition work started at the disused mill building this week.

Tax cut for hard working families

From 6 April, 24 million people will be paying up to £600 less income tax than they were in 2010 after tax cuts including many hard working families in South Ribble.