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Burscough Parish Council Annual Assembly will be held on Wednesday 26th September 2018 at The Stanley Club there will be an open house between 11am - 4pm.
This will enable residents to discuss with Parish Councillors current issues within the Community.
Please come along
PARISH COUNCIL OF BURSCOUGH
VACANCY FOR A COUNCILLOR
There is vacancy on the above parish council caused by
The Resignation of George Pratt
1. A by-election to fill the vacancy will be held if within 14 days (not counting Saturdays, Sundays. Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Good Friday or a Bank Holiday) from the date below ten electors for the ward/parish give notice in writing claiming such an election to be held to the Returning Officer, West Lancashire Borough Council, 52 Derby Street, Ormskirk, L39 2DF.
2. If no such notice is given the Parish Council will fill the vacancy by co-option.
Dated: 27th August 2018, Signed:- S J Maguire
Parish Clerk:- Jackie Maguire.
Address: Office 17, Martland Mill, Mart Lane, Burscough L40 0SD
BURSCOUGH PARISH COUNCIL
4 X VACANCIES which are in the following Wards
2 x Ellerbook Ward
1 x Red Cat Lane Ward
1x St Johns Ward
The vacancies noted above are due for co-option at the 12th September full Council Meeting at the Grove Community Centre
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:- email@example.com
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.
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