Ged Mirfin has been a Ribble Valley Borough Councillor for 8 years, representing Billington and Old Langho which Painter Wood is part of the new Ward. He has served as Deputy Chairman of the Personnel Committee, Deputy Chairman of the Accounts and Audit Committee and on the Council’s Policy and Finance Committee. He was appointed RVBC representative on Lancashire’s Police & Crime Panel and has campaigned tirelessly to improve policing in the Ribble Valley.
Ged successfully campaigned for the re-opening of Whalley Library and on issues including flooding, pot-holes and dog fouling. He is a former director of Ribble Valley Citizens Advice Bureau.
His priority is to preserve the heritage of Whalley as a Village providing a strong voice for the business community protecting it from further out-of-town development. He is very conscious of the need to reduce Anti-Social Behaviour in the village caused by the night-time economy particularly at weekends.
By profession Ged Mirfin is a Data Analytics and Public Relations Consultant. Prior to becoming a Councillor, he was Chief Data Officer of Business Link North West.
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