HARP

Please click here to see a list of Q&As following a meeting with RVBC and United Utilities

DOG WALKING/LITTER PICKERS

DOG WALKERS

The Parish Council are asking all dog owners to be considerate when walking their dogs.

They ask that dogs are kept on a lead at all times when passing through fields when livestock are present. This is important at all times but especially at this time of year when sheep are due to lamb, dogs chasing them can cause them to abort and after lambing may cause the lambs to  become upset and separated from their mothers, sometimes even rejected.

Also remember to clean up after your dogs, please use the bins situated in the village or take it home to your own bins, please do not leave it in a bag tied to a fence. Leaving this in fields can affect livestocks health.

LITTERPICKERS

We seem to be having a lot more litter thrown onto our grass verges as more visitors have been coming into the area over the last few months due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Some of our residents have suggested that as they are walking locally they are happy to pick up litter as they go along, in an attempt to keep our parish tidy.

The Parish Council have acquired some litter pickers . If anybody would like to join us in keeping the village tidy and become one of the Newton Wombles please contact Sandra Tel 448289 or email newtonpc@boarsdenfarm.plus.com

THANK YOU FOR LOOKING AFTER OUR PARISH

HARP EIA SCOPING ASSESMENT

Please see below a link to the scoping assesment application submitted to RVBC by United Utilities for the Marl Hill Section of the HARP.

Please note that the name may be somewhat confusing as it is not going through marl Hill Area on Easington Road but going through Waddington Fell towards Waddington

If there are any comments to raise feel free to do so

Please click here for the link.

CONSUMER ALERT

Click here to see the latest consumer alert notification from LCC

HARP EIA SCOPING ASSESMENT

United Utilities have submitted their Environmental Impact Assesment to Ribble Valley Borough Council for the upcoming HARP. If you would like to see the proposals please click the link below

https://www.ribblevalley.gov.uk/planx_downloads/21_0119_Scoping_Report.pdf

The parish council will look at these proposals at their meeting next week. If there are any comments you would like to make please let Sandra know. Whilst we are able to make comments on the appraisal the parish council are not formally being consulted by the council at this stage.

The main reason for this addendum to the previous scoping request in 2019 is due to the introduction of a new haul route around Waddington.

To save any confusion our PC meeting due tonight has been postponed until next Wednesday 17th Feb, so if you have any comments on this or any other item please let Sandra know so that they can be placed on the agenda

PARISH COUNCIL MEETING

The next meeting for Newton Parish Council will be held on Wednesday 10th February at 7.30pm via Microsoft Teams.

If there is anything you would like adding to the agenda please let the clerk know by Saturday 6th Feb, this can include anything to do with the parish whether it is the upcoming HARP project proposed by UU, the state of the roads, gritting, public footpaths etc.

As always these meetings are open to the public so If you would like to sit in on the meeting please let Sandra know and a link will be sent.

Email newtonpc@boarsdenfarm.plus.com

FLY TIPPING

There was some illegal flytipping on Dunsop Road Newton this morning 20th May.

Ribble Valley Borough Council have been informed and they will arrange for its removal. If anyone sees anything in the future please contact Sandra Tel 01200 448289 or ring the council direct Tel 01200 425111

QUAD THEFTS

Please see the note below from LCC Constabulary regarding quad thefts

We have recently had a number of quad thefts reported in local villages within the Ribble Valley. A ford transit has been seen around the West Bradford area over the last few days entering a number of farms acting suspicious. Please can we ask you to remain vigilant and ensure that your property is as secure as possible. If you see any suspicious activity please contact us on 999 if an emergency, 101 if non-emergency or alternatively visit Lancashire Constabulary website and report online. 

FACEBOOK

The Newton-in-Bowland Village Hall facebook page is now working. Whilst not complete please take a look, it is still in the process of being updated, thanks go to Emma and Diane Parker for all their help

.You will find Photos of the VE day celebrations, nice to see so many joining in under the current circumstances, just goes to show we can still enjoy ourselves even when social distancing.

Well done everyone

RECYCLING CENTRES

Lancashire County Council have stated that recycling centres will re-open as of Friday 15th May.

If you wish to go you will need to book a slot please see here for guidance

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