Allan Knox

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Clitheroe Town Council say no to Job Centre Closure

by allanknox on October 2, 2014

Lib Dem run Clitheroe Town Council have written to the DWP vigorous opposing the withdrawal of a Job Centre Office in Clitheroe In their resolution they said:

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Woone Lane – One Way – at last?

by allanknox on September 6, 2014

Since about 2008 I have been calling for the top section of Woone Lane (from Eshton Terrace to the Brown Cow) to be made one way. Back in 2009 we launched a petition on this website. And the online petition site is still going strong with people still signing it. Over the years friends and […]

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Transport to RC Schools – A Sinner Repents

by allanknox on May 9, 2014

Many Clitheroe residents will been shocked to see this story on the front page of the Clitheroe Advertiser

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Don’t Lose Your Vote!

by allanknox on April 25, 2014

This year’s Euro Elections on May 22nd are set to be the most fiercely contested ever. Many Clitheroe residents have been telling Allan Knox and the Lib Dem team that they are worried that if Britain left the EU then their job or their family’s jobs would be under threat . Because of this they […]

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Good Friday Bins

by allanknox on April 18, 2014

I am being asked, by Clitheroe residents if bins and white paper sacks are due to be collected today because it’s Good Friday. The simple answer is yes. In the land of Ribble Valley refuse collection both Good Friday and Easter Monday are normal days. The only issue residents face is if your bins are […]

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Street Lighting

by allanknox on April 2, 2014

Reporting malfunctioning street lights seems to be taking over my life. The picture below is the latest one.

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Mountain Rescue VAT Campaign

by allanknox on August 22, 2013

Our local member of the European Parliament Chris Davies MEP is campaigning to persuade the Government to make our mountain rescue services exempt from paying VAT. Mountain rescue services provide an invaluable service to many people who find themselves in need on our nearby hills and mountains. At present they have to pay VAT on […]

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The Liberal Democrats and Labour Group on Lancashire County Council have come to an agreement on how the County Council should be run after no one party was given overall control of the authority in the recent elections. Both parties have signed up to a document in which they say that: The Liberal Democrat and […]

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An agreement has been reached by negotiators from the Labour and Liberal Democrat groups on Lancashire County Council under which the Liberal Democrats would support the Labour Party in a minority administration. The agreement will be put to meetings of the Labour and Liberal Democrat groups before today’s Annual Meeting of Full Council. Full details […]

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Liberal Democrats are continuing their negotiations with both Labour and the Greens to get a better deal for Lancashire. County Councillor Bill Winlow, Leader of the Liberal Democrat group said today, “We have been in intensive discussions with other parties since the local elections earlier this month. These discussions have been based around a policy document […]

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