County councillors

County councillors are elected every four years and are democratically accountable to residents in their electoral division. Their overriding duty is to the whole community of Lancashire, but they have a special duty to their constituents, including those who did not vote for them.

You can search for your County Councillor at the Lancashire County Council website.

There are 6 county electoral divisions in Pendle:

  • Brierfield and Nelson North covering the borough wards of Bradley, Brierfield and Whitefield: County Councillor Mohammed Iqbal,
  • Nelson South covering the borough wards of Clover Hill, Southfield and Walverden: County Councillor Azhar Ali,
  • Pendle Central covering the borough wards of Marsden, Vivary Bridge, and Waterside: County Councillor Dorothy Lord,
  • Pendle East covering the borough wards of Blacko and Higherford, Boulsworth, Foulridge and Horsfield: County Councillor Paul White,
  • Pendle West covering the borough wards of Barrowford, Higham and Pendleside, Old Laund Booth and Reedley: County Councillor Christian Wakeford,
  • West Craven covering the borough wards of Coates, Craven and Earby: County Councillor David Whipp

Could you be a County Councillor?

Further information about becoming a councillor 

If you require any information about standing for election, please contact Lancashire County Council by email