Andrew says, “Having experienced serious health problems myself in 2014 and 2016 and having spent over 20 days in hospital I know how important our NHS is and I wouldn’t be here without it.”
Volunteering with the North West Ambulance Service
Andrew helped secure funding for the £32 million redevelopment of Brierfield Mills and the £4 million expansion of Lomeshaye Industrial Estate. These two projects alone are expected to create approximately 1,600 jobs in Pendle.
The re-opening of the Todmorden Curve in 2015 has helped improve rail connections to Burnley and Manchester, and the much hated Pacer trains on our local railway line will all be replaced.
Since 2010, the number of pupils going to a Pendle school judged by Ofsted to be 'good' or 'outstanding' has more than doubled.
Crime and anti-social behaviour effects everybody in Pendle.
From littering, fly-tipping and nuisance fireworks to serious crimes, crime touches all of our lives.