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19 Mar 2018

Wyre Council joins the fight against hate crime

Wyre Council is to join in a multi-agency group to commit to tackling and preventing hate crime in all its forms in Lancashire. Hate crimes are any crime or incident which you believe is happening because of race, ethnicity, religion or belief, gender identity, sexual orientation or disability. Recent research publicised by Lancashire Victim Services […]

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15 Mar 2018

Don’t forget to register for Wyre’s green waste collection service

Wyre residents are reminded to register for this year’s green waste service for an easy, clean and quick way to dispose of garden waste. Wyre residents that would like to have their garden waste collected this year need to subscribe and pay for the service by 1 April. This will ensure that they don’t miss […]

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08 Mar 2018

Garstang neighbourhood plan

The first stage, of the neighbourhood plan,  has been completed. At the start of the neighbourhood planning process, the neighbourhood area which the community intend to produce a plan for has to be formally agreed. This is undertaken by an application to the local planning authority. Garstang Town Council submitted a neighbourhood area application to Wyre Council on 6 […]

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24 Feb 2018

Town Council Awards

Nominations are now open for the prestigious Town Council Community Awards awards2018 nomination form categories : Sports Team Business in the Community Good Citizen Youth Group/Community Team Closing date is 31st march so if you know of anyone who deserves a trophy ‘Get Nominating Now’  

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20 Feb 2018

Garstang Scarecrow Festival 20 – 22 July 2018

The Garstang Festival Trail Route has been finalised. Click here to see it! The official trail will include Church Street, Moss Lane, High Street, Bridge Street, Park Hill Road, Croston Road, Windsor Road, Lancaster Road and Station Way. We look forward to receiving your application forms!

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14 Feb 2018

Garstang Scarecrow Festival 20 – 22 July 2018

Garstang Town Council are hosting the town’s first ever annual Scarecrow Festival for a family weekend of summer fun just as the schools break up for summer.  This event will be promoted far and wide and is open to all residents, businesses, retailers, schools, nurseries, preschools, community groups and children’s groups. Click here for an application […]

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29 Jan 2018

Garstang School of Gymnastics

Yesterday Lyn and I were invited to the annual gymnastics show. A brilliant mixture of dance , entertainment and some breathtaking gymnastics. What an absolute credit the performers were to our town, their parents and coaches. This is a wonderful , vibrant club showcasing the very best in their sport. p.s. my daughter won a trophy here […]

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06 Dec 2017

Regenda Homes – Properties to Let

Regenda Housing have 2 x 1 bedroom bungalows to let at Springfield Gardens, Scorton that they are struggling to let and 2 x 1 bedroom bungalows at Marshaw Place, Garstang.  Do you know of anyone that may be interested? The rent is £139.18 per week (Springfield Gardens) and £132.78 per week (Marshaw Place) including service charges and […]

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23 Nov 2017

Lancashire County Council – flooding response update

Severe weather bulletin – Flooding response update 23 November 2017 Lancashire County Council had staff out throughout the night, from both its Highways teams and its Resilience service, responding to flooding in various parts of the county. Last night’s flooding, particularly affected the north of the county, as well as pockets in areas including the […]

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26 Oct 2017

Garstang Youth Council annual meeting

Garstang youth council held their annual meeting at Wyrebank last Tuesday evening (24/10/17).  Youth cllr Nathan Halford took over the “chain of office” from outgoing youth mayor Lucas Brown.  The room was packed with community heads from many of Garstang’s local organisations: including scouts, guides, schools, police, Garstang theatre group and many charity reps.  Also in […]

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