Supporting local Churnet Causes

Cllr Elsie Fallows presenting cheques to Kingsley Village Hall, Kingsley Brownies and the Kingsley Holt Newsletter. Great for our local Conservative District Councillors to be supporting causes in Churnet ward. 

Kingsley Clean-Up

Our Moorlands Association had a lovely morning in Churnet Ward helping out with the first Kingsley Clean Up.

Pictured: Cllr Mike Worthington and Association Deputy Chairman James Aberley and Association Treasurer Catharine Aberley with daughter Mia.

Cllr Elsie Fallows supporting Community Groups

Cauldon Lowe and Cotton Community Group receiving a cheque for £100 from Churnet ward councillor, Cllr Elsie Fallows. In the picture are Chairperson Sue Bradshaw, Treasurer Alison Bradbury and Secretary Wendy Bendall with other committee members.

Respect Pledge for local elections

Today (3 March 2018) the Conservative Party Chairman Brandon Lewis unveiled the Party’s Respect Pledge. The pledge will apply to all Conservative candidates standing in the local elections this year, ensuring they behave responsibly throughout the election.

Cllr Brian Johnson supporting local projects

Cllr Brian Johnson was pleased to support the work of @21 Leek Town Young Peoples Project with a donation of £200 from his Councillors Community Initiative Fund.

Leek West Councillor Supporting Leek All Saints Musical Company

Cllr Ben Emery recently attended a rehearsal of Leek All Saints Musical Theatre Company to assist with their new upcoming show 'Little Shop of Horrors' to be held at St Edward's Church of England Academy Leek from Wednesday 11th until Saturday 14th April.