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1st May 2008 Local Elections
Hesketh-with-Becconsall Parish Council

A message from NORMA GOODIER
 

Dear Residents

I have lived in the area since 1979 with my husband Jim, our three children Mark, Ian and Jane all attended local schools, and my dad Fred lives on Cropper Gardens. I have been an active member of the community over the years, serving as a school governor, acting as secretary when the first cub/scout Troup was formed in Hesketh Bank. I have been a Parish Councillor for 16 years during this time I have actively seeked to help people in the village. I am Chairman of the Recreation Committee and the Layfield Charity Representative.

I believe that I have served the community well and will continue to do so, on your behalf, my idea of being a Parish Councillor is working together for the good of the village, the outgoing councillors have all worked together as a team and not for their own personal glory. Now that Hesketh with Becconsall Parish Council has gained Quality Status, funds can be delegated to Parish Council who gains this award; I will continue to encourage more support and funding for community based projects.

I remain committed to the idea that Hesketh Bank should remain a village – but a thriving village with a strong sense of community and pride. It should be a safe place where people love to live.

My interests are still to ensure that we have facilities appropriate for the 21st century, that there is affordable housing to enable local young people to remain in the village.

It is important that the right candidates are elected so please use your vote wisely electing Councillors that will work together for a better future for Hesketh Bank. I hope that I can rely on your support on 1st May so that we can do whatever is best for the Village of Hesketh Bank and all local residents.

Norma Goodier


Published by Norma Goodier 43A Fermor Road