Our Councillors

Meet Our Local Councillors

The 48 elected councillors on Preston City Council are responsible for taking decisions about the future of Preston and public services such as planning, housing, leisure and culture, and rubbish and recycling.

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Ashton Ward

Preston City Council

Councillor Liz Atkins

cllr.e.atkins@preston.gov.uk

@elizabethwildg1

Ashton Ward

Preston City Council

cllr.r.boswell@preston.gov.uk

@furthertoan

Ashton Ward

Preston City Council

Councillor Mark Routledge

cllr.m.routledge@preston.gov.uk

@3rutty

Ashton Action is a Facebook Page run by Ashton Ward Councillor Liz Atkins. "It is a page about Ashton, for the people of Ashton, offering the opportunity to raise local issues and celebrate the good things about living here."

Lea and Larches Ward

Preston City Council

Cllr. David Borrow

Lea and Larches Ward

Preston City Council

cllr.p.crowe@preston.gov.uk


Lea and Larches Ward

Preston City Council

Cllr. Jennifer Mein

MEET YOUR COUNTY COUNCILLOR

County Councillors are elected every four years and are democratically accountable to residents in their electoral division. Their overriding duty is to the whole community of Lancashire, but they have a special duty to their constituents, including those who did not vote for them.

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Allowances Paid 2017-18

Lancashire County Council E Petitions