NEWSLETTER June 2019.
            The Parish Council wishes to remind everyone that their meetings are open to all residents and that there is opportunity to have your say at these meetings.

HIGHWAYS AND FOOTPATHS:

GIB LANE:

Concern was expressed regarding the state of the footway at Gib Lane. The Clerk will contact the Chorley Council.

RILEY GREEN:

A Member requested an update on the proposal to resurface Blackburn Old Road at Jack Pits Riley Green. The scheme has been included in a list of projects under the Highways Maintenance Programme but had not been allocated a place in the current year.

BLACKBURN OLD ROAD:

The sign on the grass verge opposite the junction with Sandy Lane needs replacing. Chorley Council has been asked to replace it..

ROAD SIGNS:

Several of the road signs in the Parish require cleaning.Chorley Council has been asked to do this.

PLANNING APPLICATIONS:

The application for a development off The Straits had been refused since the last meeting of the Parish Council. An application in a neighbouring parish has been granted conditional approval.

WAR MEMORIAL:

The Parish Council is to meet Chorley to seek a way to resolve the problem of the Ponding issue.

BENCHES

Maintenance work will be carried out to the benches in the coming months.

NOTICE BOARDS:

A section of the notice board at the Boars Head will have lockable door to one of the sections and the one at the Post Office will be refurbished and a door fitted to one side of it with the other side accessible for other notices.

DATE OF NEXT MEETING:

Monday 15th July 2019 at 7.30. p.m. at Holy Trinity Parish Church Hall.

TONY HARKNESS CLERK. JUNE 2019.