Audley and Queens Park
Cllr Yusuf Jan-Virmani
Councillor Jan-Virmani has served on various committees and was previously Executive Member for Neighbourhood and Customer Services. He has been a governor at St Thomas’s School for 30 years and has acted as a trustee of the East Lancashire Hospice and a board member for Sure Start.
Address: 173a Burnley Road, Blackburn, BB1 3HN
Phone: 01254 681010
As a local businessman known as Jan, married with 2 children and a Councillor for over 20 years, I have the necessary experience required to help tackle problems concerning both the local community and the business sector. Councillor Yusuf Jan-Virmani
Councillor Salim Sidat
Councillor Salim Sidat was born and brought up in Blackburn. He has been married for over 30 years and has 3 children. Salim has acted as President of the Regent Lions club of Blackburn, General Secretary of Masjid-E-Sajedeen, Vice Chair for Lancashire Council of Mosques, School Governor for Brunel School and Chair for Little Harwood Community Association.
C/O Democratic Services, Town Hall, Blackburn, BB1 7DY
Phone: 07973 657542
I have a record of achievement in the local community and have worked hard over the years to help residents. Councillor Salim Sidat
Councillor Maryam Batan
Maryam has been a Governor at St Matthews Primary School and Witton Park Academy and was heavily involved with the Sure Start programmes which developed into the Children Centres. She has run a ladies and a girls group for local women securing funding for and organising activities for local girls and women in the area, was active in Community Associations and Chair of the Neighbourhood Board. She also has experience as a board member of Jubilee Tower Credit Union and the Schools Appeal Panel.
Address: c/o Democratic Services, Floor 2, Town Hall, Blackburn, BB1 7DY
I am passionate about the community and have lived in Blackburn for most of my life and have always been involved with the community directly and indirectly. I enjoy making a difference to the community I live in. Councillor Maryam Batan