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Cuadrilla Resources recruits local community advisor

Cuadrilla Resources is being advised by a well-known St Annes figure. He is Steve Singleton who left his job as editor of the Lytham St Annes Express in June.

Mr Singleton, 56, has joined communications consultancy PPS to take up a role as Fylde local community advisor for Cuadrilla.

Cuadrilla currently has sites in Elswick, Weeton, Singleton, and Westby, as well as a site near Banks in West Lancashire.

Mr Singleton said:

“As a local resident I know that people do have questions about Cuadrilla’s operations and future intentions. What impresses me about Cuadrilla is their openness with the community and the fact that top-level management get personally involved in site visits, information days and meetings.

I think that it’s important for Cuadrilla to see things from a local’s perspective. Being Sandgrown and living in St Annes all my life, I am as keen as anyone to see that all the facts are made available to the community and questions continue to be answered.”

Mark Miller, who has recently taken up a new Lancashire-focussed role as Cuadrilla’s Director of Bowland Operations said:

“We are really pleased to welcome Steve as another local working for the Cuadrilla team. As a respected member of the community I’ll be listening carefully to his advice.”

For more information about Cuadrilla’s community involvement, or to request site visits or talks, please contact Steve and the rest of the Cuadrilla team by freephone, operated on weekdays between 9.00am and 5.30pm, on 0800 170 1115 or through Cuadrilla’s website at www.cuadrillaresources.com


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