Burnley Council Elections 3rd May 2018
On Thursday the 3rd of May we will have the chance to vote for a Conservative in every ward in Burnley for the first time in many years.
With 15 seats up for grabs we have the chance to show Labour what we think of their Councillors running of our town and what we think of their party....
The more Conservative Councillors we get elected the more Labour will stand up and listen to what we have to say about the issues of this town.
Over the next couple of elections we have the chance to change the balance of power in the town hall.
Give us the chance to make some real changes to the way the town is run.
The Conservative Party Candidates for Thursday the 3rd of May Elections 2018 are:
Bankhall – Diane Sunter
Briercliffe – David Heginbotham
Brunshaw – Ellen Sunter
Cliviger with Worsthorne – Ivor Emo
Coal Clough with Deerplay – Tom Watson
Daneshouse with Stoneyholme – Sheldon Slater
Gannow – Don Whitaker
Gawthorpe – Phillip Clarke
Hapton with Park – Ben Page
Lanehead – Narayana Picton
Queensgate – Susan Nutter
Rosegrove with Lowerhouse – Matt Nuttall
Rosehill with Burnley Wood – Philip Chamberlain
Trinity – Michael Patterson
Whittlefield with Ightenhill – Dale Ferrier
We hope you will give them your full support.
If we want to stop Burnley’s Labour run council just doing as it pleases, then Vote Conservative.
If you want to stop them wasting our money here and there then claiming poverty, vote Conservative.
If you want to stop labour raising your council tax each year, then Vote Conservative.
If you want more for your money, then Vote Conservative.
There is only one party to vote for on May the 3rd to help start to turn this town around and build a team of councillors that will work for the residents, that's the Conservatives.
So let’s continue the good work done at the General Election and remove some Labour Councillors, let’s have fair representation in the council chamber with a party that can help Burnley the Conservative Party.
A week ago David Heginbotham, The Briercliffe Conservative Candidate released the news that the Conservatives at Lancashire County Council have agreed to re-open Queen Street Mill, which is a fantastic news item for Burnley and Briercliffe in particular. Then, Oh Oh Oh The LIberals as usual are weeks behind the Conservatives and are now asking if the Queen Street Mill could be re-opened???, where have they been these past weeks.