Church Lane is scheduled for resurfacing between the period of Monday 5th June until Tuesday 4th July between the hours of 6:00-17:00, or until completion of the resurfacing. The proposed dates for the road closure are 26th & 27th June with the roadworks to be active from 9:15-15:00 to minimise disruption to residents & localContinue reading “Road Closure”
Neargates is scheduled for road repairs between the period of Tuesday 30th May until Friday 9th June between the hours of 6:00-18:00, or until completion of the repairs. No proposed dates for the works have been received as of yet. As Neargates is a cul-de-sac there is no alternative route for vehicular traffic.
The Parish Council has received some funding from Chorley Council which they are planning to use on PHASE III enhancements to Mossie Close Play Area, at the rear of the houses on Leeson Avenue and Willow Drive, and would like to determine the views of the residents, all school children and young people of CharnockContinue reading “Mossie Close Play Area”
The Mill Lane Gateway into Charnock Richard was perceived by the Parish Council as a problem spot, at it’s junction with Preston Road the vacant land was being used for a number of purposes that didn’t enhance the area, firstly it was being used as a car park for commuters who were co-sharing transport andContinue reading “Mill Lane Planters”
Green flags are flying high over Chorley as its popular parks and recreation grounds won national recognition for their quality and standards. Astley Park, Yarrow Valley County Park, Withnell Local Nature reserve, and Tatton and Coronation recreations grounds once again met the tough standards put in place by Green Flag Awards, an organisation that inspectsContinue reading “A Green Flag for Yarrow Valley”
On Monday 22nd August roadworks will be conducted until Sunday 25th September at the junction of Butterworth Brow & Yarrow Valley Way to install a mini roundabout.
Regular conservation volunteers, and pretty much anyone who likes to get into the great outdoors, will be familiar with Himalayan Balsam and its ability to take over vast areas of woodlands and River Banks. Pretty as it pink flowers may be, it is one of a number of unwanted, non-native weeds threatening to take overContinue reading “Yarrow INNS Project”
Lancashire County Council will be performing resurfacing works to Chorley Lane. The work is currently scheduled for Tuesday 28th June & Wednesday 29th June. (Subject to change). However, please expect Chorley Lane to be closed between Monday 20th June-Friday 29th July. The whole of Chorley Lane will be closed whilst the work is taking place between 7:00am-5:00pm. AnContinue reading “Road Closure – Roadworks”
Borough Councillor Paul Leadbetter has organised a second year of Balsam Bashing along Sharratt’s Path. Himalayan Balsam is an extremely invasive weed & a single plant can spread its seeds 22ft away! Please stop by to help out on Monday 20th June from 18:30 to help out, even if you can only spare 5 minutesContinue reading “Balsam Bashing”