News articles by Mellor Parish Council

Scam Warning from Trading Standards

5th of January, 2021

Once again, those who wish to prey on the more vulnerable are looking to illegally gain from the less fortunate. Lancashire County Council Trading Standards have issued detailed guidance, please see the linked document.

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Covid Tier 4 guidance HANDS - FACE - SPACE

31st of December, 2020

What you can and cannot do in areas with a very rapidly rising level of infections, where tighter restrictions are in place. If you live in a Tier 4 area, you must follow the rules below. This means that you cannot lea...

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Tier 4 Play Area guidance

31st of December, 2020

We all want children to enjoy the Play Area, but please remember to think of others. The latest guidance for use of Play Areas in Tier 4 follows: Guidance when visiting our play area Please follow this a...

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DPD parcel & other scams

24th of December, 2020

Scam warning: Fake DPD emails and texts. Action Fraud has seen a surge in reports relating to fake emails and texts purporting to be from DPD. ...

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Criminals want to spoil Christmas!

22nd of December, 2020

As if the latest Covid restrictions were not enough, there are criminals about who wish to prey on the more vulnerable. Please make sure you are aware of the scams & make sure others are too! 2020 has been a year to look out for one ...

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Appreciation of the Remembrance Project

10th of December, 2020

Parish Council has received a lovely handmade & written card from the Calligrapher, who has given permission to share this on the website. The details are shown in the linked image. We have also received a message of thanks from Rev....

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E V Charging Points come to Mellor

4th of December, 2020

Mellor Parish Council has been working with Mellor Community Association and Charge My Street in order to install Electronic Vehicle Charging Points at the Village Hall. These will be sited in the Car Park, across from the Main Entrance & work...

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We Will Remember Them

10th of November, 2020

101 names of those from Mellor, Mellor Brook, Balderstone & Osbaldeston who gave their lives in both World Wars and subsequently have so far been identified. Mellor Parish Council, with support from Balderstone Parish Council wished to record ...

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Remembrance Day 2020

9th of October, 2020

Remembrance Day this year will, of necessity be commemorated in a different way in order to protect us all. There will be no Service at Mellor War Memorial, and the laying of wreaths must be carried out in our own time, with social dista...

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Mellor Library to reopen

24th of September, 2020

Great News!  Mellor Library is to reopen 30 September 2020. However, due to Covid regulations and in order to keep everyone safe, there are changes, so please raed this before you go; details of the opening times are included.

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Mellor Play Area has been re-opened

4th of September, 2020

Mellor Parish Council continues to follow the latest Government Guidance and asks that all do so in order to protect one another and beat Coronavirus. However, if it is found that some are abusing the facility, putting themselves or othe...

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Speed Kills - hopefully not in Mellor

22nd of August, 2020

During lockdown our roads have been quieter. However the Parish Council is now receiving a number of serious complaints about speeding in & around Mellor - this is unacceptable, but could be dangerous or even fatal.Particular areas highlighted...

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Time to get on yer bike!

22nd of August, 2020

'Switch to Cycling' is a new campaign from Lancashire County Council aiming to build on the momentum of those of you who have started cycling during lockdown and encourage more people to take up cycling for short journeys. It pro...

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Isolation Art Exhibition

22nd of August, 2020

Lockdown Artists to Exhibit at Popular Clitheroe Gallery Residents have unleashed their creativity during lockdown in response to 9 themes set by Ribble Valley Borough Council’s Arts Development Team. Over 140 piec...

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Consultation on Controls of Dogs in Public

22nd of August, 2020

Ribble Valley Borough Council wants all our views on whether control of dogs in public places should continue. A Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) was introduced in 2017, in order to keep our public spaces cleaner, safer & healthier. The Co...

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