Residents are informed that there is a Local Plan for West Lancashire that is currently available for residents to comment
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Closing date is fast approaching - 13th December 2018 Make sure your comments / views are known
Images of Burscough
Old Photo & Exhibition Sat and Sun 24th / 25th November 2018 Stanley Club 10am onwards
Flooding and Drainage Issues in Burscough
BRAILLE version of Newsletter Now Available
AGENDA FOR NEXT MEETING
WLBC Planning Pages
THE BIG BURSCOUGH SURVEY - RESULTS.
Burscough Business Network Meeting
website under review
POLICE URGENT ALERT:
Parents, please be aware that razor blades/knife blades have been attached to the side of the children's slide at the Winifred Lane Play area in Aughton this morning Froday 30th November 2018.
We would ask everyone to be vigilant and check any play equipment before you let your child use it. Please report anything suspicious or any similar incidents to us by calling either 101 or Crimestoppers, 100% anonymously, on 0800 555111.
If anyone has any information about this we'd urge them to contact us as soon as possible. Whoever did this could have caused serious injury to a child - please be assured we are fully investigating this matter.
Introducing 1 New Parish Councillor / Welcome to Burscough Parish Council
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.