Roughlee Parish Council Contacts, minutes, policies and links


Roughlee Parish Council meetings take place at 7pm in the Village Centre on the first Monday of every month, except where they clash with public or other holidays. All residents are welcome to attend – there is a short time at the start for public questions.

Minutes, Agendas & Finance →

Report highways issues

You can report faulty streetlights, blocked drains, potholes and much more. Simply download the Love Clean Streets app on the App store or Google Play Store on your mobile phone or tablet then set Lancashire County Council as your home authority.

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Police updates

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Report speeding

To report a location where speeding is causing concern please complete the form online for a Speed Concern at Lancashire Road Safety Partnership. Please complete the form with as much detail as possible.

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Introducing your Parish Council

The Parish Council is a non-political, grassroots body with the task of understanding and representing the views of the Roughlee community. It is the third tier of local government, after the Borough Council and the County Council. It is at the grassroots and as such is in the best position to listen and respond to the views of the local community.

We’d encourage you to share with us your thoughts, concerns and ideas so we can better represent all parts of our village community. On the left is a link to some of the latest discussions and planning applications, and below you’ll find contact details for getting in touch.

What we do

Some of the activities Roughlee Booth Parish Council currently carries out for the benefit of the Village include:

  • As leaseholders of the Village Centre, it supports the RVC Committee in maintaining the building
  • Considers all planning applications relating to Roughlee, and makes comments as appropriate to the Borough Council
  • Seeks grants for various projects throughout the Village, including capital improvements as well as promoting the history and habitats of the parish
  • Maintains bus shelters, seats and benches, garden areas and verges
  • Via the Lengsthsman scheme, maintains and waymarks public footpaths and bridleways
  • Keeps residents informed by maintaining this website, monthly Parish News updates and noticeboards

Who we are


Martin Schofield


Simon Cronshaw


Mary Reed (01282 611126 / Email →)

Responsible Financial Officer

Jon Bailey

Parish Councillors

Gail Carson
Meg Davey
Craig Jacks
Stuart Milligan
Andrew Walker
Barry Watson

Pendle Borough Councillor

David Gallear (Email →)

Lancashire County Councillor

Howard Hartley (07733 387587 / Email →)