NEWSLETTER July 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.

Special Police Sergeant Bullock has been promoted and is now based in Skelmersdale.

HIGHWAYS AND FOOTPATHS:

GIB LANE:

At the last meeting concern was expressed regarding the state of the footway at Gib Lane. Chorley Council say the County Council should repair the footway. The Parish Council has asked for a site visit..

ROAD SIGNS:

Chorley Council has agreed to clean the signs in September.

CHAPEL LANE - FLOODING:

Flooding has occurred again in Chapel Lane. This has been reported to the County Council.

FOOTPATH - BRINDLE LODGE:

Parts of this footpath are overgrown and this has been reported to the Footpaths Officer.for action.

PLANNING APPLICATIONS:

An application for a development at Quaker Brook Lane has been refused since the last meeting of the Parish Council. Three applications for developments at The Straits have been submitted.

WAR MEMORIAL:

The flag was flown on Armed Forces 26th June 2019 and suggested a list of dates when the flag would be flown in future.was agreed..

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 16th September 2019 at 7.30. p.m. at Holy Trinity Parish Church Hall.

MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND.

TONY HARKNESS CLERK. JULY 2019.