East Lancashire District
Welcome to the East Lancashire District web pages. Use the contact information on this page to get in touch about casework, local meetings and training, annual conference and other issues.
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It will help us in dealing with your enquiry more efficiently if your membership details are up to date. These can be viewed and amended by following this link: https://my.neu.org.uk/login or contact North West Regional Office T: 01204 521434 | E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Other ways to find support
NEU representatives, the first point of contact for advice and support is your regional office.
Your regional NEU office is North West Region. Call 012 0452 1434 or use the email contact form. If you need to speak to a member adviser, call AdviceLine on 0345 811 8111 or use the email contact form.
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