Mr Callow retained the seat at the 2019 local elections as a non-aligned independent along with his wife Maxine, after the pair were deselected by the Conservative party.
However the Conservative candidates in 2019 were not far behind, while Labour and the Liberal Democrats fared less well.
This is what each Norbreck Ward candidate had to say:
1. Pam Haslam (Independent)
"I have lived on Mossom Lane for 35 years, married with two sons who live locally, and five grandchildren, so have always taken a keen interest in Norbreck, strongly believing the residents of Norbreck should have a say in what is needed in their ward. As an independent councillor I believe I can help to achieve this. I was a Fylde magistrate for 25 years, being appointed deputy chair of the Fylde Coast, a president at the Norbreck and Bowling tennis Club, and a governor at Montgomery High School for seven years. I have known Maxine and Peter Callow for 30 years and believe working with Maxine, we can carry on the good work that they both worked tirelessly for in the interests of the Norbreck ward."
2. Julie Jones (Labour)
"I am honoured to have been chosen astheLabourPartycandidate inmy local area ofNorbreck. I know first-hand how Covid can impact people, and I want to be part of a council that is working to give others the support they need, including those who have lost loved ones. I am born and raised in Blackpool, so itisa place that is close to my heart. I returned here after university to work in the leisure industry, later becoming a lifeguard trainer/assessor. I am a keen environmentalist, studying ecology and conservation, and volunteering for the North Blackpool Pond Trail, Big Blackpool Beach Clean and supporting the Lancashire Wildlife Trust. I alsovolunteer withotherlocal charities, and pledge tobringthiscommitment to the local communityinto my role of councillor if elected on May 6."
3. Julie Sloman (Conservative)
"I know that some people feel they have no voice and no choice about the direction the town seems to be taking. Standing in this election is a way for me to help people find and use their voice, and to give them real choices about the things they care about and are important to them. Through my whole life, working in nursing and social care, Ive worked hard to foster a deeper feeling of belonging in the local community and the wider Blackpool family. We are at our best when we are all working together towards the same goal, pitching in for our friends, family and community. I have worked hard to steer my own children on the often difficult and arduous path to adulthood. This has helped build not only their own determination and self-belief but my own reserves of strength, pragmatism, determination and resilience."
4. Simon Jowitt (Liberal Democrats)
"The last 12 months have seen communities caring for each other in ways not seen for many years. I want that sense of community to continue in Norbreck, where I have lived with my wife and children for over 10 years. As a key worker I felt a great sense of pride in playing my part during lockdown, and I want the residents of Norbreck to feel that same sense of pride in our area. As parent to a disabled child, I will be a champion for adults and children with additional needs I want all children to have best start possible in life and grow up in a safe, clean environment. Blackpool should be at the forefront of the green revolution. Liberal Democrats want to plan for the future and build a fairer, greener, more caring Britain and I believe that is something we can achieve here in Blackpool."