Elaine Taylor

Party: Labour

Ward: Chadderton Central

Other councillors representing this Ward:

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If you have any queries or problems that need to be discussed with your Labour Councillor, please contact Councillor E Taylor on telepone number 07966 297200 or via email at Elaine.taylor@oldham.gov.uk

Contact information

Home address: 
53 Cragg Road

Phone:  0161 665 2699

Bus. email:  elaine.taylor@oldham.gov.uk

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Committee appointments

Appointments to outside bodies


Cllr Elaine Taylor – Chadderton Central Ward



·         Public Safety

·         Ensuring the local roads,

·         pavements and green space are

·         well maintained.

·         Tackling deprivation

·         Preserving local heritage


Training completed:

·                     Safeguarding

·                     Prevent training

·                     Casework and advocacy skills


Work in thecommunity


·         Holding regular advice surgeries to engage with residents and community groups on a wide range of different issues.

·         Supporting voluntary organisations to access the grants system to fund projects and activities within the local community.

·         Successfully applied for 3 LIF bids to implement road safety measures on Firwood Park, investigate town centre improvements and develop/support a heritage project at the Nile Mill.

·         Organise and take part in local litter picking activities, as well as using my Councillor budget to clear up un-adopted green spaces.

·         Secured funding for improved walking/ cycling route across Crossley playing fields with additional lighting columns for safety purposes.

·         Working with the New Chadderton Partnership to establish a Neighbourhood Forum and develop a shared vision for Chadderton.

·         Worked with the Council’s Community Safety Team and local neighbourhood policing to help reduce Anti-social (ASB).

·         Volunteer at Chadderton Day and in conjunction with Great Places organise a regular walk about on the Crossley estate.

·         Work with the voluntary sector to help tackle social isolation for elderly/ vulnerable residents.



T: 0161 665 2699




Are held at Mills Hill Primary and Kingfisher School on a Friday evening and the Crossley Community Centre on a Saturday morning. Please contact me or check the website for dates and times.