Burscough Town Council

Next Town Council Meetings

Town Council Meetings 13th December 2023 Interchange Building starting at 7pm
Town Council Meetings 17th January 2024 Interchange Building starting at 7pm
Town Council Meetings 21st February 2024 Interchange Building starting at 7pm
Town Council Meetings 20th March 2024 Interchange Building starting at 7pm
Town Council Meetings 17th April 2024 Interchange Building starting at 7pm
Town Council Meetings 15th May 2024 Interchange Building starting at 7pm

Next Planning and Footpaths Committee Meetings

Planning and Footpaths Committee Meetings 6th December 2023 Interchange Building starting at 7pm
Planning and Footpaths Committee Meetings 10th January 2024 Interchange Building starting at 7pm
Planning and Footpaths Committee Meetings 7th February 2024 Interchange Building starting at 7pm
Planning and Footpaths Committee Meetings 6th March 2024 Interchange Building starting at 7pm
Planning and Footpaths Committee Meetings 3rd April 2024 Interchange Building starting at 7pm
Planning and Footpaths Committee Meetings 1st May 2024 Interchange Building starting at 7pm

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Burscough is a thriving community of about 10,000 residents located by the Leeds to Liverpool Canal on the A59 about halfway between Liverpool and Preston. Burscough is home to Martin Mere Wildfowl and Wetlands Centre, Merseyside Passenger Transport Trust, the Wharf and much more.

We have a rich history from the 12th Century Priory, the Leeds and Liverpool canal and HMS Ringtail, two railway stations, lots of pleasant walks, the best places to eat and drink, and a great welcome. Burscough is a small town that feels like a village, with a range of excellent shops and the best industrial space you can find. The town is set for major growth in the coming years and there is always lots for a Town Council to do.

Use the Menu above to find details of how the Town Council works. You can look up Councillors details and how to get in touch; agendas and minutes of meetings, news and items of interest.

If you would like to get involved with the work of the Town Council or comment on any issue of Town Council business, your contribution will be most welcome. Come to any of our meetings or contact us whichever way suits you best. Wikipedia

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Flood Resilience

 

Burscough Town Council have a small supply of aqua sacs and hydro snakes which are available to Burscough residents. These are limited to residents who are most vulnerable and at risk of foul water, clear water and surface water entering their property. Please contact any of the following who will be able to provide some flood resilience.

 

Contact Telephone Number
Bernie Webster 07952427497
Derick Moss 07860735025
Brian Kennedy 01704 895374