Monthly Archives: June 2016

New Pre-School opening at St Francis

Nestled in the hills above Goosnargh, you will find St. Francis’ Catholic Primary School. It has been described as a ‘hidden gem’ by many as it is surrounded by rolling countryside and all of nature’s beauty. Staff, parents and the whole school community are looking forward to the opening of their new Pre-School. St.Francis’ are […]

Heartbeat’s Inaugural Morecambe Bay Charity Walk

Members, staff and supporters of Heartbeat NWCC will be taking on the challenge of the Morecambe Bay Walk in August 2016. Heartbeat is North West’s leading cardiac rehabilitation charity, providing services for over 800 people every week. Based in Preston, and working across Lancashire, the charity has supported heart patients and those at risk for over […]

Tricentenary – Grimsargh St. Michael’s Celebrates 300 Years!

2016 marks a very special anniversary in the history of Grimsargh St. Michael’s Church. This year marks the 300 year anniversary. While the existing church is not 300 years old, there has been a place of worship in Grimsargh for 300 years and that in itself is certainly worth celebrating. The current church was rebuilt […]


Help Save Our Sewers and Seas

If you want to help reduce the amount of plastic entering our seas, rivers and oceans, save yourself costly drainage maintenance fees and contribute to stopping the formation of...

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Lancashire County Council Safe Trader Scheme

The Safe Trader Scheme is celebrating its 10 year anniversary this year. The Scheme is operated by Lancashire County Council Trading Standards Service to assist residents of Lancashire to...

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Water Works – Why we should all drink more water

Ask most people how much fluid they are supposed to drink in a day, and they will reply "Eight glasses of water." This number has seeped into the public consciousness over the past couple...

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