Cllr Louise Richardson

Blaby District Council : Enderby and St. John's Ward

County Council : Enderby and Lubbesthorpe Division

Helen Richardson (known as Louise) has lived in the area for 29 years and has the privilege to be one of your District Councillors.  She has been married for 40 years to Terry and they have two grown up children who have families of their own.
Louise has worked within the community over the years running, and being involved with, several associations and groups for the benefit of local children and residents. She has also worked in the volunteer sector providing support for Dementia and Alzheimer day care and support within the home for families experiencing difficulties. She works for the benefit of the area and its residents, assisting with issues that arise where she is able. 
Louise also runs her own charity supporting those less fortunate in Tanzania.

Louise wishes to see much better communication and cohesion between the County and District councils.  With her experience in education, finance and health she feels she has the necessary qualities and skills to fulfil the role. 

Louise is aware of several challenges facing all of us in the area and would like to be given the opportunity to ensure your views and concerns are heard at every level and would ask for your support to do this. 

Should you wish to discuss any concerns or issues please contact me at the Association office 01455 283594 or email me at:

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Cllr Louise Richardson Gets Cabinet Post

Blaby District and Leicestershire County Councillor Louise Richardson has been chosen and accepted a position in the County Council Cabinet. In her new post she will be responsible for Equalities, Community Engagement and Rural Partnerships.


Blaby Councillor spearheads Tanzania water project

Alberto Costa, MP for South Leicestershire, led a meeting on 12th December 2016 between Blaby District Councillor Louise Richardson, and James Wharton MP, Minister in the Department for International Development (DFID), with overall charge for projects in Africa.