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Kevin Horkin, chairman of the Ribble Valley Community Safety Partnership, and Sgt Geoff Warburton of Clitheroe Police.

Lock It Up Warn Community Safety Bosses

Thursday 24th April 2014

Motorists in Ribble Valley are being warned to lock their vehicles after a spate of thefts from insecure cars and vans.

First World War Commemorative Scheme Takes Root

Monday 31st March 2014

Ribble Valley deputy mayor Michael Ranson at the Clitheroe Castle war memorial An ambitious scheme to plant trees in Ribble Valley's 35 parishes in memory of the borough's First World War fallen has been launched.

Clitheroe to Host its First Continental Market

Thursday 27th March 2014

Some of the finest foods and artisan products in Europe will be up for grabs in Clitheroe next month, when the town hosts its first continental market.

Discussions Open on Village's Cricket Ground

Monday 24th March 2014

Residents and community groups in Ribble Valley are invited to a public meeting to discuss the future of Chipping Cricket Ground.

Barrowlands Appeal

Tuesday 18th March 2014

The Council engaged a barrister to review the Secretary of State's decision to allow the planning appeal for 504 Houses in the village of Barrow.

Help at Hand for Small Businesses

Thursday 13th March 2014

An extra £600,000 in business rates relief is up for grabs by retail outlets in Ribble Valley with a rateable value of £50,000 or less.

Going the Extra Mile at Clitheroe Castle

Tuesday 11th March 2014

Peter Fletcher and Sport Relief Mile assistant Kay Gibson Ribble Valley residents are invited to dust down their trainers and go the extra mile for a good cause.

Council Tax Frozen for Fifth Year Running

Friday 7th March 2014

Ribble Valley Borough Council has announced a council tax freeze without cuts in jobs or services for the fifth year running.

New Rural Think Tank for Ribble Valley

Thursday 6th March 2014

Community groups and individuals in Ribble Valley are invited to a new rural think tank.

First Steps for Bolton-By-Bowland and Gisburn Forest Neighbourhood Plan

Monday 24th February 2014

Residents in Bolton-by-Bowland and Gisburn Forest are invited to get involved in compiling a neighbourhood plan for their community.

New Combined Recycling and Waste Paper Collection Schedule

Tuesday 18th February 2014

Ribble Valley households are to receive collections of waste paper and cardboard on the same day as their green or blue wheeled bins.

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