A SECOND DEFIBRILLATOR FOR THE VILLAGE

A defibrillator has now been installed at the Hare and Hounds on Skipton Road thanks to a donation by the Sutton Trust. It is up and running and although the defibrillator is user friendly, training is to be take place in the near future.

Thanks also must go to the owner of the Hare and Hounds who readily agreed to house it on the outside of the building.

Watch this space for more information!

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CHRISTMAS LUNCH 2017

The Electric Board is confident that the Village Hall will NOT be affected by the power cuts on Thursday 14th December.

A rumour that all the village is going to be cut off was circulated and the Parish Council was concerned about the cuts even though some households including the village hall didn’t have notification. The electrician met with the caretaker on Wednesday and confirmed that all would be well and we could go ahead with the Christmas lunch.

Tickets can be bought for the Foulridge over 60’s lunch from Ingham’s Butchers on Skipton Road. They are £7.00 which includes a welcome sherry, a 3 course lunch with wine, entertainment by the ‘Fabulous Miss G’, a free gift and raffle ticket. The tickets will be on sale until Wednesday 13th Dec and please be aware that Ingham’s is closed most of Thursday 14th Dec.

NEW COUNCILLORS

We are pleased to welcome two new councillors to the Parish Council. Residents, Gary Toft and Anita Law-Riding were elected on Monday, 4th December.

At the same time, we are sad to lose Councillor Waugh but he will still be attending some meetings in his role as a Pendle Borough Councillor with any relevant information and advice.

NOTICE OF A VACANCY FOR A PARISH COUNCILLOR

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
than experience.

For more information please contact the
Parish Clerk, 01282 867474
or email mail@foulridgeparishcouncil.org.uk

NOTICE OF VACANCY IN OFFICE OF COUNCILLOR

 

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

Philip Mousdale

Returning Officer

Town Hall Market Street Nelson Lancashire BB9 7LG

 

 

NEW FOULRIDGE PARISH COUNCIL CLERK

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.

BEST GARDEN AND ALLOTMENT

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.

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NEW FOULRIDGE PARISH COUNCIL CLERK

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.

BEST GARDEN AND ALLOTMENT

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.

We have an electronic organ which is surplus to requirements, it appears to be OK and works although we cannot be held responsible if it does not fulfil the buyer’s expectations or is faulty in any way.

Almost free to a good home, all we would ask for is a donation to the village hall kitchen fund.
Buyer to collect.

Please contact the clerk on mail@foulridgeparishcouncil.org.uk to arrange a viewing.

The Story of Foulridge

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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 mail@foulridgeparishcouncil.org.uk