As no requests for an election have been received
in the required period, this vacancy will now be
filled by co-option.
The Parish Council would like to invite applications
for this interesting and rewarding position from
people who work or reside in the Parish, who are
interested in serving the community and who care
about what happens in Foulridge.
Enthusiasm and commitment are more important
For more information please contact the
Parish Clerk, 01282 867474
or email email@example.com
FOULRIDGE PARISH COUNCIL
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a casual vacancy has arisen in the Office of Councillor for the Parish Council.
If by 13 September, 2017 (14 days after the date of this notice, excluding dies non, ie: excluding bank holidays) a request for an election to fill the vacancy is made in writing to the Returning Officer at the address below by TEN electors for the Parish, an election will be held to fill the vacancy, otherwise the vacancy will be filled by co-option.
If an election is called, it will take place not later than 15 November, 2017.
Dated 23 August, 2017
Town Hall Market Street Nelson Lancashire BB9 7LG
Foulridge parish council extended a warm welcome to their new clerk Deborah Cocker at Monday’s meeting.
A big thank you goes to the outgoing clerk Jane Killeen for all her hard work over the last several years and we wish her happiness in her future ventures.
Get ready folks it’s that time of year. Spruce up your gardens and allotments, your local councillors will be on the look out for gardens and allotments to nominate for awards. There will be an award for best garden and one for runner up. There will be one for best kept allotment and one for the most improved. Could last years trophy holders please arrange to return their trophies in November please.
The low lifes who have nothing better to do than steal other peoples property have been out again.
Wall top stones have been stolen from the duck pond wall on Town Top and from a property further along Skipton Old road in the direction of Kelbrook.
We now have copies of the second edition on sale at a modest price of £5.00
This is 128 colour pages of historical brilliance showing the village from bygone times up to the modern era.
“This book does not profess to be a comprehensive history but tells the story of how the village has evolved from pre-historic times to the present and, with the aid of archaeological finds, place names and contemporary documents, vividly reconstructs a picture of village life over the centuries”.
To order a copy please contact the parish council clerk on firstname.lastname@example.org
The village now has a flagpole in the cenotaph area kindly donated by Karen & Dennis Mendoros.
The parish council would like to thank them for their kind generosity.
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Dog fouling and irresponsible owners not picking up after them is becoming a serious issue in the village.
Particular areas of concern are the village greens (where children play) and the pathways through the allotments, but that doesn’t mean it is OK to leave it elsewhere.
There are several dog poo bins in the village but normal waste bins should be used if there is a shortage in your area. Persistent offenders will be reported to Pendle Borough Council who have the authority to issue fines.
Please try to keep our village clean.
We are looking for volunteers to look after the cleanliness of their area of the village – it is basically to keep the area clean and litter free.
Hi-Viz tabards, litter pickers and bin bags will be provided.
If interested please contact Jane Killeen on email@example.com or 01282 863174 stating which area you would be prepared to cover.