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Two Labour councillors from Hyndburn to stand for re-election
1:01pm Tuesday 3rd September 2013 in News
HYNDBURN’S Labour group has confirmed two more of its councillors will stand for re-election.
Immanuel councillor, Colette McCormack, and St Andrew’s councillor, Stewart Eaves, will both stand again at next year’s local elections.
Coun McCormack has been involved with community work in Oswaldtwistle for many years and was the mayor of Hyndburn in 2011/12.
Coun Eaves will deliver newsletters to residents’ homes outlining his plans for the community in the near future, the Labour group said.
At an official selection meeting, the Oswaldtwistle branch of Labour reaffirmed its support for Hyndburn MP Graham Jones when he stands for election again in 2015.
Last week, Coun Pam Barton got her re-election campaign under way when she leafleted in Springhill with deputy mayor, Coun Munsif Dad.
She will also be standing for re-election next year.
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