Tuesday, 23 December 2014
Tuesday, 16 December 2014
A hot supper will be provided back at the church afterwards.
Saturday, 6 December 2014
Engineers are working on a solution and this will hopefully be resolved early next week.
Friday, 5 December 2014
Thursday, 4 December 2014
Wednesday, 3 December 2014
Tuesday, 2 December 2014
One resident said, "I would like people to keep an eye on elderly neighbours this Christmas. I've just had to intervene when three men turned up at my neighbours house to install loft insulation. My neighbour has dementia and normally her daughter would be there. It turns out they didn't have permission from the landlord to be there and had already stripped the loft of insulation. I'm worried that although these men were happy to leave when they were told they weren't welcome they still hadn't got all the relevant paperwork or permissions. They would've known she was vulnerable when they visited and my neighbour is quite distressed now."
Cllr Ken Moss said, "There are reputable companies out there offering this service of course but there are also those which have been set up simply to gain entry to houses. As with all salespeople, be very very sure who is coming into your home before you agree to anything."
Monday, 1 December 2014
at The People’s Centre to raise money for the charity.
Tickets cost £1.00 including a drink and mince pie with activities and items for sale:
- Good quality bric-a-brac
- Hand knitted scarves
- Hand made greetings cards
- Guess the number of chocolates
- Christmas cards and Christmas decorations
For more information and tickets conatct Wendy Singleton on 01254 885907.
Sunday, 30 November 2014
Police have been examining CCTV footage and have received information from residents who have provided several names to the authorities. Officers and Councillors have spoken to the families concerned and have received support from the relatives in stopping this behaviour.
Cllr Harry Grayson said, "Enough is enough now. The CCTV is watching the area which includes the Christmas tree and the three Rishton Councillors all agree with the principle that anyone who is caught vandalising the tree should pay for the cost of a new one. We don't have the money to keep replacing our trees just because there is a minority element in Rishton who think it is fun to destroy our decorations."