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Former Ingol ward Liberal Democrat councillor Peter Pringle has died

Posted on - 19th January, 2021 - 2:53pm | Author - | Posted in - Ingol, Politics, Preston Council, Preston News
Peter Pringle

Former Ingol ward Liberal Democrat councillor (2003-2015), Peter Pringle, sadly died on Tuesday (19 January).

He leaves behind a wife, Patricia.

Peter was highly invested in his community and did lots of work to better his local area.

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On hearing the news, Liberal Democract councillor John Potter said: “Myself and the whole of the Preston Lib Dems are truly sad to hear about the passing of our former Councillor Peter Pringle.

“Peter was a brilliant local councillor from 2003 until he retired in 2015. He was a community man, a complete gentleman and Ingol through and through.

“Always the voice for his community and ever ready for a joke and a laugh, Peter will be missed by many.

“Our thoughts & sympathies are with Patricia and his family. Rest in peace Peter.”

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