Author Archives: Sue Whittam
Your local police team will be holding a street surgery at Bristol Avenue shops on Tuesday 4 February between 16.00 – 18.00 to offer crime prevention advice and discuss any concerns.
Further to the fly tipping and rubbish accumulating in East Street and School Street. South Ribble Borough Council have now cleaned up the area with the help of the community payback team. They have sent a letter out to the … Continue reading
Farington Community Fund £100,000 provided by Lancashire County Council and South Ribble Borough Council
We support good causes in Farington Lancashire County Council has made available £100,000 to support the Farington Community Fund. The scheme is managed and administered by Lancashire County Council in partnership with South Ribble Borough Council. The fund is available … Continue reading
During the refurbishment the original seats from Farington Park were removed prior to the new paths being constructed, one of the seats was a memorial to Cllr Rick Richardson. Therefore, we are having an identical plaque manufactured and fitted to … Continue reading
Please absorb the impact of the deliberate damage inflicted upon the trees in our Park. If anyone has information that could help the Parish understand why the trees were destroyed please contact your local Councillor Mike Otter Mike.Otter@lancashire.gov.uk or parish … Continue reading
Why not spend an hour of your time helping to improve where you live? Your Neighbourhood Forum gives you the opportunity to have a say in your local community – we want you to tell us what you think would … Continue reading
Mike Otter presenting the Parish £200 gift for Farington Pensioners to Tony Murphy and Father Christmas ( Bernard Almond). Mike Otter visiting St Catherine’s R.C. Church, Farington and presenting a £200 cheque for the church to Father Simon Henry.
Councillor Mike Otter visited the residence of Bashall Grove last week and presented them a £200 Christmas gift from Farington Parish Council.
Farington Parish Council continue to support the local community at Christmas time. Parish Councillor Mike Otter presented the Christmas grant cheque for £200 to Carole Young and residents at Lowerfield Community Centre.