Residents and businesses in Broughton are served by both Preston City Council and Lancashire County Council.
Preston City Council deals with the following key services:
- Waste Collection and Recycling
- Council Tax and Business Rates Collections
- Business Licensing
- Planning Policy and Applications
- Street Cleaning
- Sports and Leisure Centres
- Environmental Health, Food Safety and Pest Control
- Preston Parks
To contact Preston City Council visit their website https//www.preston.gov.uk or call 01772 906900.
There are three city councillors for the Preston Rural East Ward which covers Broughton, Whittingham, Haighton & Grimsagh.
Cllr Harry Landless, Cllr Steven Whittam & Vacancy contactable though the city council website
Lancashire County Council is responsibility for services across the whole County.
- Birth, Marriages and Deaths
- Public Transport
- Infrastructure and mineral extraction planning
- Highways Maintenance (including Cycle Paths). To report a fault on the highways click below on the link.
- Fire and Public Safety
- Social Care
- Trading Standards
- Young People\'s Service
To contact Lancashire County Council visit their website https://www.lancashire.gov.uk or call 0300 123 6701.
A pop-up Post Office operates twice each week, every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon, at the Broughton Club on Whittingham Lane. Opening times are 12:30-15.30.
Nearby Medical Services
NHS Central Lancashire - 0800 032 2424
Royal Preston Hospital - 01772 716565
Broadway Pharmacy, Fulwood - 01772 717574
Local Schools & Colleges
Broughton Pre-School - 01772 860834
Evergreen Early Years (Fernyhalgh Lane) - 01772 862462
Broughton-in-Amounderness C of E Primary School - 01772 862788
Broughton High School - 01772 863849
St Mary's & St Andrew's Catholic Primary School, Barton - 01772 862335
Preston College, St Vincent’s Road, Fulwood - https://www.preston.ac.uk/
Cardinal Newman College, Lark Hill Road, Preston - https://www.cardinalnewman.ac.uk/