Roadworks – M6 Motorway Junctions 24-29

Resurfacing works will be taking place on the M6 Motorway  between Junctions 24-29 from Wednesday 1st May 2019 until Saturday 30 November 2019 or ending upon completion of the works.

The work will affect the northbound & southbound carriageways & slip roads overnight between 20:00/21:00 hours and 05:00 hours. The works will continue until 07:00 hours on Saturday and Sunday mornings.

Please view the official Traffic Order below for further details.

M6 Highways England Traffic Order 2019

 

Road Closure – Chorley Lane – May/June

Essential repair works are to be carried out on Chorley Lane, Charnock Richard at the railway bridge travelling in both directions .

The stretch of road will be closed all day on Monday 27th May 2019 up until Sunday 2nd June 2019 .

An alternative route for vehicular traffic affected by the closure is via Chorley Lane – Church Lane – Charter Lane – Chorley Lane and vice versa.

Road Closure – Chorley Lane – May

Essential repair works are to be carried out on Chorley Lane, Charnock Richard at the railway bridge travelling in both directions .

The stretch of road will be closed all day on Monday 13th May 2019 up until Sunday 19th May 2019 .

An alternative route for vehicular traffic affected by the closure is via Chorley Lane – Church Lane – Charter Lane – Chorley Lane and vice versa.

Roadworks – Church Lane

Essential brickwork repair works are to be carried out Church Lane, Charnock Richard at the railway bridge travelling in both directions for approximately 10 metres. Please view the official traffic order below:

TTRO-08 (1)

The stretch of road will be closed on Saturday evenings until Sunday
morning between  10:00pm-6:00am on the following dates or until completion of the works within this period.

  • Saturday 4th May 2019 until Sunday 5th May 2019
  • Saturday 11th May 2019 until Sunday 12th May 2019
  • Saturday 18th May 2019 until Sunday 19th May 2019
  • Saturday 25th May 2019 until Sunday 26th May 2019
  • Saturday 1st June 2019 until Sunday 2nd June 2019
  • Saturday 8th June 2019 until Sunday 9th June 2019

An alternative route for vehicular traffic affected by the closure is via Church Lane – Charter Lane – Chorley Lane – Church Lane:-

Church Lane Diversion

Roadworks

Carriageway works to be carried out on Carr House Lane, Wrightington and Mill Lane, Charnock Richard from Wood Lane, Wrightington to Park Hall Road, Charnock Richard.
Please view the official traffic order below:

TTRO-02

The stretches of road will be closed between  8:00am-5:00pm between Thursday 25th April and Friday 26th April, or until completion of the works within this period.  Access will be maintained whenever and wherever possible.

An alternative route for vehicular traffic affected by the closure is via Wood Lane – Park Hall Road:-

Carr House Lane diversion

Roadworks

Surface dressing patching works are to be carried out in Coppull on New Road & Coppull Road. Please view the official traffic order below:

TTRO-02

The stretch of road will be closed between  9:30am-3pm between  Tuesday 19th March to Wednesday 20th March or until completion of the works within this period.  Access will be maintained whenever and wherever possible, including for school buses.

An alternative route for vehicular traffic affected by the closure is via:-

New Road diversion

Roadworks

Surface dressing patching works are to be carried out in Coppull on Preston Road. Please view the official traffic order below:

TTRO-01

The stretch of road will be closed between  9:30am-3pm between  Friday 15th March to Monday 18th March or until completion of the works within this period.  Access will be maintained whenever and wherever possible, including for school buses.

An alternative route for vehicular traffic affected by the closure is via:-

Preston Road diversion

Best Kept Garden Competition 2018

The village looked amazing for the Best Kept Village Competition last year and we would like to thank all the residents who got involved to make their gardens look amazing.

The presentation evening on 13th November was held in the Football Club and was hosted by the Parish Council Clerk, Carolyn Cross, and Vice-Chairman Ann Bishop. This year the prizes were presented to the winners by the Mayor of Chorley, Councillor Margaret Lees. The judging for the competition was kindly done again by Mr. David Brown from The Chorley & District Gardening Society.

In addition to the winners, other members of the community were recognised for their efforts throughout the village such as our Parish Lengthsman, Mr. Gordon Yates, for his hard work and commitment to keeping the village tidy. Mr. Norman Brown for his annual flower beds by the railway bridge on Chorley Lane, and Fir Tree Fishery’s work on our village planters was also celebrated.

The evening concluded as an informal social evening with an excellent buffet provided by Ian Holland.

Road Closure

Surface dressing works are to be carried out in Coppull on Spendmore Lane to Chapel Lane. Please view the official traffic order below:

TTRO-01

The stretch of road will be closed between  8am-5pm between  Thursday 14th February to Friday 15th February or until completion of the works within this period.  Access will be maintained whenever and wherever possible.

An alternative route for vehicular traffic affected by the closure is via:-
Preston Road – Coppull Moor Lane – Chapel Lane – Spendmore Lane.

Spendmore Lane diversion revised

Road Closure

Surface dressing works are to be carried out on Park Hall Road to Mill Lane. Please view the official traffic order below:

Park Hall TPO – Feb 19

The stretch of road will be closed between  8am-5pm between Monday 11th February
2019 and Wednesday 13th February or until completion of the works within this period.  Access will be maintained whenever and wherever possible.

An alternative route for vehicular traffic affected by the closure is via:-
Mill Lane – Preston Road – Wigan Road – Dawbers Lane – Southport
Road – Lydiate Lane – Towngate – The Green – Longton Brow – Wood
Lane.

Park Hall Road diversion revised