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Nick Perie

Town Mayor

Position on Council    Chairman and Town Mayor 2023 – 2024

Ward   Anty Cross and Newton

Contact: Nick.Perie@daltontowncouncil.gov.uk

Telephone: 01229 464000

I have lived in Dalton for over twenty years after living in different locations around the country and been on the Parish council since 2004 .

I have gladly been the Mayor of Dalton and Newton for three years during this time and sat on numerous committees including Finance, LGR and Projects committee currently.

I have 5 children who have all attended Dalton schools and who are all Dowdalians.

I am involved in the community as a Governor at Dowdales School and I am also on the Executive committee of 1st Duddon cubs and scouts to name a few.

My passion is representing the people of Dalton and trying to improve the local area and fighting for what the residents want.

I want Dalton to retain as much of its local character as possible, resisting developments that threaten the identity and character of our town and current infrastructure.

As a Town councillor I am very active and as well as resisting unwanted developments in the town I am interested in other issues as raised by residents and local businesses.

About us

Dalton is the ancient and historic capital of Furness and has approximately 8,000 residents at the current time. Ideally located less than thirty miles from the Lake District and close to the Irish Sea coast and nature reserves, Dalton is home to one of the Counties largest tourist attractions, South Lakes Wild Animal Park.