More Poo

The good Mrs Raistrick posted the following comment on another part of this Blog. I have taken the liberty of promoting it to a more prominent position in the earnest hope that whoever is responsible can make a resolution to improve their community obligations in the coming 2019.

“A plea to the village, there is an increase in dog poo around the village, don’t know why., however totally unacceptable. Please pick it up!

My husband empties the Village dog bin so I do not expect to walk outside my gate to be faced with a parcel of someone else’s dogs leftovers.

I will find out who they are and woe betide the wrath of my tongue and I will report to the environmental agency having picked it up and deposited outside your door!

Misses R”

Defibrillator Training

We have received the following message from Colin Hall. Let’s support the PC by turning up for this event. You never know when it may save your life, or the life of your loved ones.

Parish Council have arranged a session with our local first responder, David Reed, to demonstrate, present and indeed elaborate on our defibrillator now situate on the Village Hall front elevation

The venue is the Village Hall
Date January 10th (Thursday) 2019
Start time 7.30pm
Admission free
Refreshments at half time

Regards

Colin Hall

Bacon Butty!!

Graham has brought to our attention, on more than one occasion, the lack of communication around the village.

He has sent me the following photo as an example. If you do not walk past the Village Hall you would have no idea that there is to be a special event on New Years Day.

He also brought to my attention that despite the Village Hall having its own website, and indeed its own Facebook Page, the event isn’t advertised on either.

John Keegan – On behalf of Graham Williams.

Church St. Closure

The following message comes for the County Council:

Dear all,

 Please find attached details of a proposed temporary road closure on Church Street, Whittington on the Friday 1st February 2019, until Monday 4th February 2019 to enable carriageway resurfacing works to take place.

 If you have any comments or observations regarding the closure please contact the LCC contact indicated in the attached closure details or email lhsstreetworks@lancashire.gov.uk by Friday 11th January 2019.

 You can also find details of any other planned works via our Highways Bulletin website which links to all planned works in Lancashire.

 Please click on the attached link and select the area that you are interested in.

 https://www.lancashire.gov.uk/roads-parking-and-travel/roads/roadworks-and-traffic-regulation-orders/.

 Kind Regards,

Emma Farrow, Technical Support Officer, Highways Regulation and Inspection Team, Lancashire County Council.