Brierfield Town council
Brierfield has its own Town Council, which was established in 1991. It has 13 elected councillors who serve for 4 years. The councillors are elected from 3 wards: South, East and West. From amongst the serving councillors, a Mayor is elected every year. Councillors do not get paid.
The Town Council has the powers to raise income by means of the precept levied on households in the town. This is collected together with the Council Tax by Pendle Borough Council. The Council precept and expenditure is monitored annually by independent auditors.
The Town Council do not have responsibility for housing, bin collections or Council Tax. If you have a query regarding any of these matters, please contact Pendle Council on 01282 661661.
If you have a concern about street lights, road maintenance, or education, please contact Lancashire County Council
on 0300 123 6701.
If you have anything you would like to bring to The Town Council’s attention or have a suggestion about initiatives that you could get involved with, please contact the clerk, or an individual councillor.
Lancashire County Council Service specific contacts are listed below:
|Cashiers||0300 123 6702|
|Libraries||0300 123 6703|
|Library service automated renewal line||0300 123 6704|
|Registration and certification service||0300 123 6705|
|SEND Information, Advice and Support Service (previously Parent Partnership Service)||0300 123 6706|
|School admissions||0300 123 6707|
|School appeals||0300 123 6708|
|Lancashire Adult College||0300 123 6709|
|Social Care||0300 123 6720|
|Safeguarding adults||0300 123 6721|
|Emergency duty team – adults||0300 123 6722|
|Care And Urgent Needs||0300 123 6735|
|Blue Badges||0300 123 6736|
|NoW Card||0300 123 6737|
|Schools transport||0300 123 6738|
|Welfare Rights||0300 123 6739|
|Highways||0300 123 6780|
|Waste Helpline||0300 123 6781|
|Anti-social behaviour on buses||0300 123 6782|