Councillor Dave Harling
Dave has lived in Wensley Fold for over 40 years and has been a Councillor for over 30 years. He served as an Executive Member on the Council for over 10 years and has worked in all areas of the Council and therefore has the experience of who to go to in order to sort out residents issues. Dave is retired having worked at Blackburn College for many years.
Address: 109 Selborne Street, Blackburn, BB2 2SW
Telephone: 01254 676822
"I am passionate about helping people sort out their problems. I work hard to get investment into the area. I see it as a prioritiy to tackle fly tipping and rubbish." Councillor Dave Harling
Councillor Mohammed Khan
Mohammed has lived in the area for over 50 years and has been a Labour Councillor for nearly 30 years, during which time he has gained valuable experience and knowledge of Local Government and has held a wide range of positions within the Council. He has been Executive Member for Housing and Neighbourhood services, and Health and Adult Social Care. Mohammed was elected as a Leader of the Council in 2015 and previous to this served as a Deputy Leader of the Council and the Labour Group Leader for 12 years.
Address: 48 Lancaster Place, Blackburn, BB2 6JT
Telephone: 01254 696935
"I am fully committed to helping people and sorting out their problems and always aiming to do my best to bring the resources for the area." Councillor Mohammed Khan
Councillor Quesir Mahmood
Quesir is married with 4 children who are all at schools/university; He attended Beardwood High School, and gained a BTEC National Diploma at Blackburn College before graduating from Manchester Metropolitan University with a degree in Applied Sciences. Quesir works in the pharmaceutical industry as a project manager and has been a councillor since 2015, having been active within the voluntary sector for over 15 years.
Address: c/o Democratic Services, Floor 2, Town Hall, Blackburn, BB1 7DY
"Having grown up in the Wensley Fold area, I have a real passion to give something back to the community. Blackburn with Darwen Labour Council has been working hard to ensure essential services continue to be provided." Councillor Quesir Mahmood