Road Closure – Chuch Lane – February 2022

Church Lane between Preston Road & Charter Lane will be closed between 9:30am until 3:30pm from Tuesday 14th February 2023 until Thursday 16th February 2023.

The temporary closures are to allow new water connection works to be carried out by Network Plus on behalf of United Utilities.

A diversion around the closure is:-
Preston Road – Chorley Lane – Charter Lane

Accessibility Project

Together with Chorley Council, a survey has been created to help understand your views about accessibility around the village, including access to services and community groups.

We would like you to have your say so we can help to shape the best support possible for residents across the local area.

Please click the link below and share your feedback with us. You have until the 31st January to respond. Officers will then coordinate all feedback and make recommendations to elected members based on your responses.

Road Closure – Yarrow Valley Way, Chorley – January 2022

Yarrow Valley Way between Coppull Road & Ackhurst Road will be managed via Stop & Go boards between 9:30am until 3pm from Wednesday 25th January 2023 until Friday 27th January 2023.

The road management is to allow highway improvement works to be carried out.

A diversion around the closure is:-
Copperwood Way – Collingwood Road – Tootell Street – Moor Road

🧹 Road Sweeping 🧹

Chorley Council conduct regular road sweeping in the village. Often parts of roads cannot be swept due to parked cars or other obstructions. To support residents we’ve obtained the next dates this is scheduled & the cycle this is conducted so you can ensure the road outside your house is clear if required.

Charnock Richard’s main roads will be next swept on Tuesday 3/01/23 and on a 10 week cycle from this date.

Charnock Richard’s side roads will be next swept on Monday 09/01/23 and on a 12 week cycle from this date.

Love Clean Streets – Update

You can now report even more issues to Lancashire County Council’s highways department by using their new Love Clean Streets app:

– Bollards

– Bus shelter damage

– Flooded/blocked drains


– Gritting

– Obstructions (General & Parking)

– Road faults (collapses, missing manhole covers, trip hazards, faded markings, roadworks enquiries)

– Road debris/spillages

– Potholes

– Streetlights

– Signs

– Traffic lights

– Vegetation & trees (Grass verge cutting, hedge/tree pruning, maintenance & removal)

It’s simple to use and your issue can be logged in seconds.

The reports will be received by the highways team in the usual way, but you will be able to report issues on-the-go on your mobile whilst you’re out and about.

You will also be able to attach photographs to the report and keep up to date on progress via the app.

Download the app here –

Calling all Parents!

Lancashire County Council are currently in the process of reviewing our 0-19s Health Visiting and School Nursing service.

As part of the engagement process, they would like to know more about parents’ views and experiences with the Health Visiting service. They have created a questionnaire for parents to complete and the submissions received will be crucial in helping to shape the future of the health visiting service in Lancashire.

There are two surveys based on the five mandated visits that parents receive from health visitors. If you’d like ot take part, please scan the QR codes below to take you to the surveys or use the links below:

Antenatal & New Birth Visit –…

6-8 Weeks & 1 Year Visit –…

2-2.5 Year Visit –…

Winter Wheelers

Winter Wheelers is a great way to conquer the cold and get more people enjoying wonderful winter bike rides. With a focus on building cold weather riding skills and, of course, winning prizes (inc. a new bike worth £1,000!), Winter Wheelers aims to make riding a year-round activity.

The 25-day-long competition, from 1-25 December, is not about who can ride the most miles, it’s simply about taking part and encouraging others to do the same.

This challenge is all about encouraging one another to keep those rides rolling, conquering the cold, building on cold weather skills, wrapping up and taking part.

Register via

Home : Winter Wheelers 2022

Road Quality Survey

Lancashire County Council is asking for residents’ views on Lancashire’s highways and transport services – from the condition of roads and footpaths to the quality of cycling facilities.

The council’s highways team are encouraging people to complete the National Highways and Transport (NHT) survey, which measures public satisfaction with services across different local authorities. You can have your say on your roads and transport locally by completing the short survey.

The results will be compared with the views of other members of the public across 111 local authorities in England & Scotland. It will help the county council make future decisions on where to prioritise their resources, share best practice and identify further opportunities to work with other authorities in the future.

This year, the council have made marked improvements to reduce the impact of their work on the environment and are set to achieve a 15% carbon saving in our carriageway capital programme. They recently received a national award in recognition of their Highways Decarbonisation Strategy, which includes the use new lower carbon materials and techniques for road maintenance.

Find out more about how the team are working hard to improve Lancashire’s roads and complete the survey at