Monthly Archives: June 2018

Garden View

Have you ever wished you could grow fresh fruit in your garden but worry the space is too small, or it won’t look pretty, or it’s too difficult? What if I was to tell you that even a beginner can successfully grow a wide variety of fruit from apples and pears to plums, cherries, blueberries […]

White Doves crown Romilly’s special day

Goosnargh Village played host to a Festival Day with a difference on Saturday, 2nd June. The theme “Peace and Harmony” was chosen to commemorate the centenary of the ending of WW1 and 19 year old Jennifer Birkett led a group of “Peace Children” carrying a symbolic dove cage ready for a presentation and release of […]

Lose Weight, Feel Great

Like many of us I have struggled with my weight most of my adult life, I have tried every diet going. In 2015 I was diagnosed with breast cancer and knew this was going to be the biggest battle of my life, I gained more weight and my confidence was at an all time low. […]


Goosnargh and Whittingham Whitsuntide Festival 2019

Matilda Cowgill-Smith was crowned as this year’s festival queen at the Goosnargh and Whittingham Whitsuntide Festival (GWWF) last Saturday 1st June 2019. The procession started off...

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Are your feet ready for the beach?

Summer is here! It’s time for sandals but are your feet fit to be seen in public? It might be time for some professional assistance… A traditional Chiropody / Podiatry treatment...

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Garden View – This Month – Black-Eyed Susan

You might not know its name, but you are probably familiar with the Rudbeckia. A late summer perennial daisy. It's sometimes called Coneflower or Black-eyed Susan. It flowers from early...

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