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BURSCOUGH PARISH COUNCIL
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2 x VACANCY FOR COUNCILLOR
There is a vacancy on the Parish Council, following the resignation of Councillor Ronnie Sutherland.
Would you like to be a part of making decisions that affect Burscough?
Would you consider being a Parish Councillor and putting yourself forward for co-option to Burscough Parish Council?
To apply, you must be over eighteen and a resident of, or live within three miles of, Burscough (or work at a business in the area). Suitable candidates will have strong interest in the community and be prepared to give their time and take responsibility for helping to look after the concerns of local residents.
We provide training and support for new councillors. Meetings normally take place once per month on Wednesday evenings and there may be other meetings to attend.
If you would like to know more about this opportunity, please call for an informal discussion on 01704 894914. Your interest will be most welcome. contact :- Jackie Maguire, Clerk to the Parish Council, Office 17, Martland Mill, Mart Lane, Burscough L40 OSD. Email:- firstname.lastname@example.org
Burscough is a thriving community of about 10,000 residents located by the Leeds to Liverpool Canal on the A59 about half way between Liverpool and Preston. Burscough is home to Martin Mere Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre, Merseyside Passenger Transport Trust, the Wharf and much more.
We have a rich history from the 12th Century Priory, the Leeds and Liverpool canal and HMS Ringtail, two railway stations, lots of pleasant walks, the best places to eat and drink, and a great welcome. Burscough is a small town that feels like a village, with a range of excellent shops and the best industrial space you can find. The town is set for major growth in the coming years and there is always lots for a Parish Council to do.
Use the Menu above to find details of how the Parish Council works. You can look up Councillors details and how to get in touch; agendas and minutes of meetings, news and items of interest.
If you would like to get involved with the work of the Parish Council, or comment on any issue of Parish Council business, your contribution will be most welcome. Come to any of our meetings or contact us whichever way suits you best.