Peter Malpas was unsuccessful in retaining Chorley West for a second term. The Division, which includes Charnock Richard, Chorley NW, Coppull and Heskin, was won by Labour with a swing from the Peter Malpas of 15.1% to Labour and 22.3% to UKIP.
Butterworth Brow Chorley is set to close for up to seven weeks to allow power works to be carried out for Electricity North West by their contractors.
The junction outside Chorley town hall will be closed between Saturday 27th April and Sunday 28th April to through traffic to allow resurfacing and other works. The closure will be at the junctions of Union Street, Park Road, Market Street and St Thomas's Road.
QUEENS ROAD in Chorley will be closed or have limited access to allow essential sewer works near its' junction with Southport Road Chorley. Access to properties will be maintained wherever and whenever possible.
The closure runs between Friday 19th April and Thursday 25 April 2013.
Trinity Road in Chorley will be closed or have limited access to allow essential sewer works between its junctions with Devonshire Road and Lawrence Road.
The closure runs between Wednesday 17th April and up to Wednesday 24 April.
An email is going around inviting recipients to "click here" regarding an apparent transfer of some branches from Lloyds TSB to Cheltenham and Gloucester.This is clearly a password-grabbing scam, called phishing, and readers are encouraged to warn maybe their friends and relatives.
County Councillor Peter Malpas will be defending his 889 majority on his 2,981 votes he received in 2009 in county-wide elections being held on Thursday May 2nd.
Today we learn that this will be a three-way contest, and I will be fighting to defend my Chorley West division on our record at Lancashire County Council.
Peter Malpas has today published his web-edition of his Lancashire County Council election address.
The Conservative Party has today published a newspaper outlining the key features of the Chancellors Budget earlier thios week. Readers can view the newspaper through here.
COUNTY COUNCILLOR Peter Malpas is pleased that Lancashire County Council has included the propsect of the return of a railway station back in Coppull, pub consultation is rewarded. Peter lobbied for it to be included in the Central Lancashire Masterplan supporting the wishes of Coppull residents.