Keeping Residents In Touch

The role of District Councillor has changed dramatically since the year 2000. Government policy and public awareness has meant that Councillors need to be more accountable than ever before to their electorate. Technology has also moved on and in Heyhouses your Conservative Councillors are at the forefront of adopting e-mail alerts, Blogs and Newsletters such as the Heyhouses Harrier to keep you up to date. Our monthly mobile Ward surgeries are also a vital face to face opportunity for residents to keep in touch with us. Finally the Heyhouses Branch committee, made up of volunteers, plays a vital supporting role in campaigning and fund raising. If you would like to play a more active role in your area and would like to become part of the team, then please get in touch. We hope you enjoy the Blog.

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Sunday, 22 July 2007

Stand Up - Speak Up - Your chance to have your say

The Conservative Party has launched it's Stand-Up, Speak-Up campaign. The aim of the Consultation is to invite residents views on a whole host of issues affecting them to try and help develop the parties policies of the future. You do not have to be a Conservative Party supporter to take part, the only qulaification you need is to have a desire to help play your part in ensuring that the many issues Britain and the Fylde today are addressed. Visit the web address below and help us make a differnce both locally and Nationally.

Friday, 20 July 2007

Lancashire Locals Discuss New M55 Link Road - 24th July

The debate relating to the funding and future of the much needed Heyhouses/M55 Link Road is to be discussed on Tuesday the 24th of July at the Community Hall in Elswick. Everyone is invited to attend and take part in the discussion. You can copy and paste the follwing link into your web browser to view the meeting agenda.

Heyhouses WArd Councillors are pushing hard for the Queensway housing development to be allowed by Ministers so that this new development can fund the link from the end of Kilnhouse Lane to Cypress Point and over the Moss. The portfolio Holder Roger Small and FBC Officers have recently met with Ministers in Westminster to discuss Fylde's infrastructure challenges.

Saturday, 14 July 2007

Heyhouses Kids Can Get Sporty this Summer!!

Fylde Borough Council has announced the dates for it's popular sports outreach programme for Kids in Heyhouses Ward this Summer. The events are free of charge and enable kids between the ages of 12 and 16 to get qulaified training and supervision for a number of sports.

The events will be based on Hove Road,Hope Street Parks and Waddington Parks every day between the 30th July until the 24th August. If you would like further information just ring 01253 658658 or visit