Please be aware that there is a phone scam where someone rings, supposedly from BT to tell callers that their I.P. address is being used by someone illegally. Many people in the village are BT customers and could be taken in by the plausable nature of this call. If in doubt, hang up and ring BT either from a different phone or after an interval of about 3 minutes.
To keep informed about telephone scams and other crimes in the area sign up to regular bulletins from Lancashire Constabulary, at their IN THE KNOW website
PARISH CLEAN UP
Next Clean up day will be on Saturday 7th May 9.00am to 1.00pm starting at the bowling club on the recreation ground. Refreshments will be provided. Let us know if you can help by phoning Barbara Farbon on 01772 600750.
DATES OF 2016-17 MEETINGS
BRETHERTON PARISH COUNCIL
DATES OF 2016-17 MEETINGS
All the meeting are held at Bretherton Primary School and commence at 8pm except the Annual Parish Meeting which starts at 7.30pm
9/5/16 ANNUAL PARISH MEETING
24/5/16 EXTRA ORDINARY MEETING TO DISCUSS THE REFURBISHMENT OF THE WAR MEMORIAL
Bretherton Parish Council
CHORLEY RAMBLERS PROGRAMME FOR MAR-JULY 2016 CAN NOW BE FOUND UNDER THE VILLAGE INFO SECTION OF THE WEBSITE
MEALS ON WHEELS SERVICE
Chorley Borough Council is providing a subsidised Meals on Wheels Service. For more information contact Louise Wingfied on 01257 515151 or email her at email@example.com
PACT Meetings (POLICE AND COMMUNITIES TOGETHER)
There have not been any PACT meetings in the Rural West Parishes (Bretherton, Mawdesley, Ulnes Walton, Eccleston, Croston, Charnock Richard and Heskin) for a while as the team felt that they were not getting enough input from members of the public. It was decided to discontinue PACT meetings for these parishes partly to free up time the PCSOs could be on patrol. If any members of the public wish to see the team with any questions or issues, Coppull Police Station (where they are based) is open every Wednesday from 17:00-19:00hrs. The PCSO for our area is Maria Featherstone.
The team have facebook and twitter sessions instead where they are online to answer questions, (however obscure they may be).
The links to these forums are: www.facebook.com/chorleypolice
To receive emails about neighbourhood issues and information about PACT on-line sessions sign up to ‘In the Know’ www.stayintheknow.co.uk
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