Aims and Achievements


…for Ockbrook & Borrowash

Community Shop

  • The Ockbrook and Borrowash Labour Party believes that the Ockbrook and Borrowash Parish Council should be more accessible to all residents.

  • To achieve this, it is our aim to campaign to move the Parish Council Office to Borrowash Village Centre.

  • The new office would be open throughout the week to members of the public, to discuss issues with the Parish Clerk, Parish Councillors, Officers from Erewash Borough, and Derbyshire County Councils.

  • “The Community Shop” would also act as a “One Stop Shop” for residents to find out information on anything and everything happening in Ockbrook and Borrowash, from a school or church event to the latest bus timetables.


Ockbrook and Borrowash LABOUR PARTY, are proud of it’s record of getting things done.

  • Campaigned to save the No9 Bus service for Ockbrook and Borrowash

  • Labour successfully lobbied for the installation of the pelican crossing in Borrowash.

  • Labour successfully campaigned for a weight limit in the Station Rd, Manor Rd, and Central Ave areas.

  • Labour has a proud record of campaigning to protect our Green Belt from developers who want to build on land around Ockbrook and Borrowash.

  • Labour has a proud record of campaigning to protect our Green Belt from gravel extractors to the south of Borrowash.

  • When in control of the Parish Council it was Labour who re-instated the Parish Remembrance Service that had been stopped by the Tories.

  • It was a Labour Parish Council in 1995 that introduced the Christmas Tree and lights to the Parish.

  • The Labour Parish Council 1995 -1999 ran quality, affordable activities for children, including football, cricket, drama.

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