Friday, 22 March 2019

The School Garden

The school garden is in need of a little 'TLC'. The School has been given a supply of old scaffold boards that they intend to use to edge the raised beds. However, they need some skilled assistance; is there a person(s) out there who could come into school, cut them to size and then secure them to the beds?  There are 6 or so raised beds to fix. If you are able to help (and probably have your own tools), please contact Mrs Peck via the school office. Thank you.

Wednesday, 13 March 2019

Memories of an Indian Childhood

Memories of an Indian Childhood – Friday 12th April, 6.30pm (Doors open 6pm)

Be transported to Bombay…dusty, crowded and vibrant… Welcome to Sita Brand's world of large families, stubborn hairdos and romantic train journeys. Amongst the light-hearted stories about friendships and games there are darker memories all intertwined with the folk tales that influenced her childhood, told from a cross-cultural perspective.
She is an accomplished storyteller who blends the myths and folktales that have shaped human lives over thousands of years with the current stories that matter.

Tickets: £8 Adults / £6 under 18's, booking is required.
Email: or call in at the library.

Saturday, 9 March 2019

The great BLS Sewing Bee - not really!!!

Are you skilled with a needle and thread?  A dab hand with a Quick Unpick?  A sewing machine marvel?
If the answer is 'yes', then Bolton-le-Sands Primary School would love to hear from you.
They have a number of tracksuit tops that have damaged zips and they would be eternally grateful if friends from the school community would volunteer to take out the old zips. If people are wiiling and able to replace the zips with new ones, that'd be fantastic!
If you, or someone you know, can help; please contact the school office and leave a message for Mrs Squires on 01524 823606.  Thank you.

Wednesday, 20 February 2019

Wonderful World of Ferns

Come along to the Old Boy's School tomorrow evening, Thursday 21st February at 7.30pm to hear Dr Piearce talk of the wonderful world of ferns.  Entrance is £2.

Friday, 8 February 2019

HMRC scam phone call

Householders are reporting receiving telephone calls from a 0161 claiming to be from Working Pensions. The recipients are asked to press 1, when they do this the message asks for all of the consumer's details, National Insurance number, full name and date of birth. The 0161 number has previously been associated with HMRC scams.  Residents are warned that HMRC do not make cold calls requesting personal details and these calls are scams.

Beware flyers for property repairs

Be cautious about responding to flyers, use local, known traders, get a range of quotes. A Lancashire resident recently contacted a trader via a flyer, was visited, and on advice from the trader as to what needed doing, agreed a price of £1500 for what turned out to be a very minor repair. The trader refused a cheque, insisted on cash, and became aggressive, threatening to pour tar over the driveway.
Trading Standards advice is to always say no to cold callers. The Safetrader scheme can help you find a trader in your area, contact 0303 333 1111 or go to

Sunday, 3 February 2019

First Tuesday Hub

The First Tuesday Hub returns on Tuesday 5th February in Holy Trinity Church from 1.30pm until 3.30pm.  There will be lots of useful information about keeping safe and healthy in Winter.   Please click here to view a poster with further general information.