A Clitheroe Church is to benefit are to benefit from over £7,000 thanks to the Lancashire Locals Climate Change Fund. Clitheroe United Reformed Church has been awarded £7,273 towards its restoration project to insulate roof space within the church.
The Lancashire Locals Climate Change Fund seeks to support community and voluntary groups, or Parish Councils, on local climate change measures. These projects can either be aimed at ‘reducing greenhouse gas emissions’, or help communities to ‘cope with the impacts of climate change’. Grants will normally be in the range of £500-£15,000. Read the rest of this entry.
For obvious reasons there will changes the Ribble Valley Borough Council refuse collection dates over the festive period.
The changes are: Normal collection date (rearranged date), December 24 (23), 25 (24), 26 (27), January 1 (2), 2 (3).
There will be no refuse collections on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day, and no green waste collection during the week beginning Monday, December 29. Read the rest of this entry.
The issue of youngsters found in possession of alcohol in different areas of Clitheroe is still a concern for the police, particularly with the festive season upon us.
They have informed Councillor Allan Knox that that they will continue to confiscate the alcohol, but they need as much information as possible about where the youths are getting alcohol from.
Any information received is checked and if an adult has supplied it or a shop has allowed it to be purchased by youths they will issue Penalty Notices to anyone found to have committed an offence. Read the rest of this entry.
More and more residents have been reporting strange claims by the Conservatives. Here we take this opportunity to set the record straight. Read the rest of this entry.
10 ways to help you save energy, money, and help prevent climate change.You could save £270 per year*. Read the rest of this entry.
Allan Knox and the Liberal Democrats have condemned Conservative-run Ribble Valley Borough Council for keeping a Housing Committee despite the fact that the council has sold off its housing stock. Read the rest of this entry.
Cllr. Allan Knox is supporting campaigners who want to get rid of plastic bags.
Local residents will be aware that plastic bags can take between 400-1,000 years to break down, and like all forms of plastic they do not biodegrade. Read the rest of this entry.
£3.40 a week doesn’t go very far right now. But that’s the rise millions of older people received this year in their basic pension.
£3.40 a week to cover gas and electric prices that have gone up by as much as 40%. £3.40 a week to cover the soaring cost of basic foods like bread, eggs and cheese (up by a quarter or more). £3.40 a week to pay rising council tax bills.
No wonder pensioners are feeling the pinch! Read the rest of this entry.