Former Westhoughton mayor Arthur Price has carried out a litter pick on Dicconson Lane and Chorley Road today. Councillor Price, who is the Liberal Democrat candidate for the Westhoughton North ward in this year’s May elections, said: “Eight bags and 90 minutes later and I can honestly say what was collected didn’t even touch the… Continue reading Arthur Price litter picks Dicconson Lane
Westhoughton South councillor David Wilkinson has asked for this massive pothole on Wearish Lane to be filled urgently as it is a danger to motorists and cyclists.
Bellway are still building the Bowlands Hey Phase I (129 houses) off Collingwood Way and are now tree felling, grubbing out hedgerows and soil stripping on Phase II ( 169 houses). Both these sites were approved by a government planning inspector after 3 public inquiries. They have now been seen digging test pits and surveying… Continue reading More green fields to go on west side of Westhoughton?
We have good news for Hart Common residents. The Tories tried to quietly sell land at Hart Street and Dorothy Rigby’s Farm. Your Westhoughton Liberal Democrat councillors recently wrote to residents to seek their views because Bolton Council did NOT want to tell you. Westhoughton South councillor David Wilkinson said: “They would have made this… Continue reading Hart Common land saved from sale by council
Bolton Council is selling land that it owns across Bolton. The latest wave of sales includes four pieces of land in Hart Common.
Can you spot your house? Check out these stunning aerial shots of Westhoughton in the snow taken by local resident Rodney Jackson Eveson.
We can all agree that this view at Four Gates is absolutely beautiful. Unfortunately it’s a case of enjoy it while it lasts.
Two streets in Westhoughton were flooded after blocked gully drains failed to handle heavy downpours recently.
Bridge repairs will be carried out at Daisy Hill railway station as early as this Spring, Bolton Council has announced.
Happy Friday everyone! Another day, another litter pick. This time Councillor David Wilkinson and town councillor Ollie Younge filled 6 bags of litter from around the railway bridge. 👏
Increasing numbers of Westhoughton residents fear crime and anti-social behaviour thanks to 2,000 Greater Manchester police officers being lost in Tory cuts.
If you love the Westhoughton community, why not consider representing it as a town councillor? You could join town councillors David Wilkinson, Bernadette Eckersley-Fallon and Deirdre McGeown in their fight for our town. Together your Liberal Democrat councillors are campaigning to put Westhoughton first, whether it be supporting the activities of local community groups or… Continue reading Would you like to be a Westhoughton town councillor?