News articles by Clayton-le-Woods Parish Council



Clayton-le-Woods Scarecrow Festival Survey

16th of March, 2021

The Parish Council are planning to run a Scarecrow Festival in 2021. Due to the pandemic participants will be asked to display their scarecrows outside their homes and businesses this year. However we would like to find out the views of the commun...

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Census 2021 is coming

1st of March, 2021

The 2021 census is taking place on March 21st 2021. The census is a survey of all the households in England and Wales. Everyone must complete the census and provide accurate information. It helps to decide how services are funded in your area...

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Be A Councillor Campaign

10th of February, 2021

Lancashire County Council are launching a campaign to help those people who are interested in becoming a councillor to take the next steps. If you want to know more please see the information on the website 

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Lancashire Community Food Grant Scheme

26th of January, 2021

The second round of the Lancashire Community Food Grant Scheme has gone live. During the first round of funding in December 2020 there were 35 successful applications, which received a total of £32,715 from the Community Food Grant Scheme

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Winter Weather Bulletin Dec 2020

6th of January, 2021

A number of residents have contacted the Parish Council regarding Gritting and the provision of grit or grit bins. This is the responsibility of Lancashire County Council and a contact link has been provided below or telephone 0300 123 6701

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Leonora Carrington's birthplace commemorated

6th of January, 2021

Leonora Carrington's birthplace in Clayton-le-Woods is now commemorated by an information board placed on the site of her home at Westwood House. Westwood House was located close to the Lidl roundabout. If you want to know more about the ...

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Volunteer Today as NHS Marshall

4th of January, 2021

Lancashire Volunteer Partnership is working with the NHS to recruit volunteers to work as marshalls to volunteer in 4 hour timeslots across Lancashire, 7 days a week. Choose timeslots around your work and home life. If you are interested...

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Chorley Community Helpline

15th of December, 2020

If you need help and support with emergency food, loneliness, money and debt, access to shopping and medication you can contact the Chorley Community Helpline on 0800 368 8452. The helpline has been set up by the Chorley Together network with...

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Free Trees for Community Groups and Schools

10th of December, 2020

The Woodland Trust is taking orders for free trees for community groups and schools up until January 5th 2021. So free trees are being provided through the community tree pack scheme. This is an initiative to commemorate the lives of tho...

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