Friday, 27 February 2015
Trading Standards is still getting reports of door-to-door fish sellers pressuring residents into buying very large quantities of expensive fish. One householder paid £350 for a box of fish and another was charged £45 for a packet of fish. In both cases the fish did not look fresh and there were concerns it was not as described. Consumers are advised to buy this type of product from local market traders, fishmongers and pre-arranged roundsmen, who have regular customers in the area and are easy to contact if things go wrong.
Posted by Bolton-le-Sands Village at 12:40
There have been a number of bogus traders offering home repairs and maintenance this month, roofing seems to be a particular favourite. Trading Standards advice is never do business with doorstep traders. If you need help finding a reputable trader for home improvements or property repairs why not try the Safe Trader Scheme. For more information visit www.safetrader.org.uk or call Help Direct on 0303 333 1111.
Posted by Bolton-le-Sands Village at 12:39
Enjoy a night at The County Hotel Carnforth on Friday 13 March for an evening featuring: bucks fizz on arrival, canapes during the evening, fun horse racing, dancing to the fabulous local band Twentyfourseven and a bacon butty (or veggie equivalent) to end the evening.
All this for just £12.50 per person. Ticket numbers are limited so act now to secure yours, bring some friends along too. Tickets are available from the school office or from FOBLES committee members. See you then - it's going to be a fantastic evening.
Posted by Bolton-le-Sands Village at 12:34
Everyone at school sends the FOBLES a really big thank you because a new modular stage has been delivered to school this week. The stage covers 16 sq metres and can be used flexibly according to the school's needs. The stage is also equipped with steps, a valence and with safety railings that will prevent falls / accidents. The total cost of the stage was a little under £4000 and the school is indebted to the FOBLES for their generous support.
Posted by Bolton-le-Sands Village at 12:31
Monday, 23 February 2015
The Chairman invites all residents of Bolton-le-Sands to the Annual Assembly. This is Your Meeting where you can have a say in matters relating to Bolton-le-Sands and raise any issues of interest. Please come along to the Community Centre on Thursday 26th March at 7.30pm to exercise your right to participate in local democracy. Refreshments provided courtesy of the W.I.
Posted by Bolton-le-Sands Village at 13:24
Lancaster & District Choral Society are holding a Fundraising Coffee Morning on Thursday 26th February in Bolton le Sands Village Hall from 9.45am to 11.30am. There will be a Grand Raffle and various stalls including Kitty Brown (Carnforth) Accessories. £1.00 includes Tea/coffee/biscuits
Posted by Bolton-le-Sands Village at 13:16
Monday, 16 February 2015
Friday, 13 February 2015
The children have now broken up for the half-term holiday and will return to school on Monday 23 February. Meanwhile two teams were sent to a Tag Rugby tournament that was held at Heysham High School this week. Both sides (BLS Blue and BLS Yellow) played really well and were a credit to the school. In the end the BLS Blues (the 'Dragons') won the tournament and brought a super trophy back to school to add to their collection. Well done the Blues!
Posted by Bolton-le-Sands Village at 09:16
Sunday, 8 February 2015
Holy Trinity's 'Office Hour' will be held every Wednesday evening from 6.30 - 7.30pm. This is an opportunity for anyone to come and find out about the life of the church and the things that are happening in the community. It is also a time when you can meet Rev Nancy for a chat or to arrange a wedding or a baptism, for example.
Posted by Bolton-le-Sands Village at 12:16