The Parish Council meets on the third Thursday of each month (except Aug & Dec), in the Baptist Chapel Hall at 7pm.
Your Parish Council is the first tier of local government, with six elected councillors serving Inskip and Sowerby.
Carr House Green Common is a Biological Heritage Site noted for its biological importance and a military archaeological site.
Wyre In Bloom is part of the Britain in Bloom competition, the biggest horticultural campaign in Europe.
Inskip-with-Sowerby Parish Council encompasses the village of Inskip with the hamlets of Sowerby and Crossmoor all of which lie to the north-west of the City of Preston within the Borough of Wyre.
The Parish Council is made up of six elected members and it employs a part-time Clerk/Responsible Financial Officer who carries out the administrative work associated with the day to day running of the Council. It also employs a part-time Lengthsman whose job it is to keep the area neat and tidy with particular attention to grass-cutting and maintenance of planted areas.
This website contains information about the area, about the meetings of the Parish together with contact details for all Councillors and the Parish Clerk. It also contains minutes of the Council’s previous meetings and the agenda for the current meeting.
Further information refers to items managed by other authorities including the Borough Council (Wyre) and County Council (Lancashire). The Links page provides links to the various statutory and voluntary agencies in the area. We hope you find the content of this website both informative and useful.