Today we introduce another independent candidate for election to the WLBC. It’s Neil Campbell whose service to his community is immense.
“Proudly employed within our NHS for 20 years, who loves living in Halsall, residing in this great Parish for over 19 years. Parish Councillor for over 7 years, avid supporter of Halsall Against Fracking, NCL residents group, Moss Rd Traffic Group, Carr Moss Lane against large development, neighbourhood watch, flood groups and the setting up of an IDB (independent drainage board) and committed campaigner in protecting the green belt”.
Halsall Parish Council & War Memorial Trust; Parish Councillor for over 7 years; Vice Chairman for 2 years.
Recent achievements by the Parish Council & Trust
Reduced Parish precept by 7% from your Council Tax bill; New COVID compliant picnic benches and social seating area; New septic tank for the Memorial Hall; Improved childrens’ play area; Upgrading of the CCTV system. Promoting the Bakehouse cafe as a community hub; Co-ordinating the Parish crisis COVID plan, sourcing essential provision delivery and suppliers, leaflet drops to every household. Parish Council website updates on the latest support information; Campaigning for an independent drainage board to ensure continuous and long term drainage solutions to the Alt-Crossens catchment.
There is more to tell about Neil Campbell when we reveal his views about what really goes on in the WLBC, the LCC, planning, policing, party whipping and what he will bring to the WLBC, impartiality. It’s what independents do.