Month: June 2018

NationalMeadowsDay

Saturday 7th July 2018 #NationalMeadowsDay

Putting Lancashire’s meadows back on the map.  Saturday 7th July 2018 is #NationalMeadowsDay.

National Meadows Day is dedicated to celebrating and protecting our vanishing wildflower meadows and the wealth of wildlife they support.

Bell Sykes Farm, Slaidburn are celebrating the day.  Their free event will feature rural craft demonstrations including stone carving, (…)

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Lancashire Man Conned Out Of Thousands Of Pounds

Police are asking you to be aware and share this warning after fraudsters pretending to be police officers conned an elderly man from Lancashire.

In the latest incident the victim was called by a man who said he was from the fraud squad and was told to ring back on (…)

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Bowland's Meadow Magic

Bowland’s Meadow Magic

Hay meadows are one of our rarest habitats and a priority for conservation.

Largely lost from the rest of the country, these meadows survive thanks to traditional farming practices, in particular the late cutting of the crop in July or August.

The Forest of Bowland has some of the (…)

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Action Fraud

Courier Fraud

The National Fraud Intelligence Bureau has identified an increasing number of reports from the public concerning courier fraud.

Fraudsters are contacting victims by telephone and purporting to be a police officer or bank official.  To substantiate this claim, the caller might be able to confirm some easily obtainable basic details (…)

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neighbourhood watch

National Neighbourhood Watch Week 2018

It’s National Neighbourhood Watch Week 2018 (NNWW18) and the Neighbourhood Watch Network have some exciting news to share

This year to mark Neighbourhood Watch Week 2018 they’ve created a fantastic, brand new section of their popular website to share new and important information on keeping you and your neighbours safe. Because crime (…)

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in the know about lancashire

Have you heard of ‘County Lines’? 

Teenagers Are Being Exploited By County Lines Drugs Gangs In Lancashire

It’s been in the national news lately as it’s affecting families and communities up and down the country.  ‘County lines’ is when urban gangs use children and vulnerable adults to expand their illegal drugs businesses into other towns.

In Lancashire (…)

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Prescription for Wellbeing

Prescription For Wellbeing Fund 2018

The 2018/19 ELCCG Prescription For Wellbeing Funding Programme is now open for applications

BPRCVS together with HRVCVS have been appointed by the East Lancashire Clinical Commissioning Group to deliver the Prescription For Wellbeing (Social Prescribing) programme of funding for 2018/2019. This fund is (…)

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Lancashire County Council

Community Transport Consultation

Are you a user or a volunteer of community transport services?

On 18 January 2018 the county council’s Cabinet agreed to consult on proposals to reduce funding by a third for community transport in Lancashire. This may mean loss, reduction and/or changes to these services including fare increases.

LCC would like to hear (…)

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Prescription for Wellbeing

East Lancashire CCG Funding Launch Event

You are cordially invited to attend the formal launch of the Prescription for Wellbeing Funding Programme 2018/19.

The programme is funded by East Lancashire Clinical Commissioning Group and the launch will be held at Walshaw House, Nelson BB9 8AS on Thursday, 14th June 2018.

Starting at 10:00 a.m. Dorothy Shears, (…)

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Rural Crime Survey

National Rural Crime Survey 2018

If you live, work or run a business in one of Lancashire’s rural areas there’s now just one week left for you to complete the National Rural Crime Survey. 

http://www.nationalruralcrimenetwork.net/research/internal/2018survey/

Lancashire Police have supported a number of great (…)

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