Welcome to Heapey Parish Council

The Role of Heapey Parish Council

There has been a Parish Council in Heapey for more than 100 years with the first Council meeting in 1894. The last parish council was formed in 2018.

Heapey Parish Parish covers the settlements of Heapey, Heapey Chase, and part of Lower Wheelton, and includes the roads of Kenyon Lane, Blackburn Road (part), Chapel Lane, Tithe Barn Lane, Coppice Lane, Higher House Lane and Hollin Lane.

It has parish boundaries with Chorley Borough Council, Whittle-le-Woods, Brindle, Wheelton, Anglezarke and Heath Charnock.
Heapey Parish Boundary Map

Who We Are?

Heapey Parish Council is made up of six voluntary Councillors who are elected for a four-year term of office. The Council meets at St Barnabas Church on Chapel Lane, Heapey. Meetings are normally held on the first Tuesday of third month, starting at 7.30pm to approximately 9.00pm.

What We Do?

Issues of continuing concern to the Parish Council include policing of the village, parking, road safety, leisure facilities and the environment of the village. Please note that agenda's are published on the Parish Noticeboards a week prior to the meeting date. Parish noticeboards for Heapey can be found at the Wheelton(Blackburn Road/Chapel Lane/A674 junction), Wheelton (bus shelter up from the Red Lion), White Coppice(Coppice Lane/Hollin Lane junction), Wheelton (bus shelter up from the Red Lion) and Heapey Chase.

Heapey Parish Council works closely with Chorley Borough Council and neighbouring Parish Councils on issues of common interest.