ASHTON'S COUNCILLORS

MEET OUR PRESTON CITY COUNCIL COUNCILLORS

The Ashton ward has three councillors, who are responsible for taking decisions about the future of Preston and public services such as planning, housing, leisure and culture, and rubbish and recycling along with 45 other elected councillors on Preston City Council

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

City councillors can help with council tax, housing, pest control, planning, rubbish collection and recycling.


The Ashton Ward Boundaries

The councillors with responsibility for Ashton-On-Ribble share a Facebook Page to communicate with residents: Ashton Action is public and can be viewed even if you don't have a Facebook Account.

MEET OUR LANCASHIRE COUNTY COUNCILLORS

Lancashire 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. The three councillors below have responsibility for different areas of Ashton-On-Ribble.

County Councillors can help with issues relating to education, libraries, public rights of way, roads (not motorways or trunk roads), social services, transport, and trees.


Lancashire County Council E Petitions