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Ribble Valley Borough Council

Latest news

Continental Market Comes to Clitheroe this Weekend

Tuesday 15th April 2014

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

European Elections in Ribble Valley

Monday 14th April 2014

Ribble Valley goes to the polls in European parliamentary elections on Thursday 22 May.

Little Green Bus has New Set of Wheels

Tuesday 8th April 2014

Ribble Valley Mayor Richard Sherras launches Little Green Bus's new vehicle. A door-to-door bus service that prevents elderly and vulnerable Ribble Valley residents from becoming "prisoners in their own homes" has a new set of wheels thanks to cash from the borough council.

Ribble Valley Launches Polling Review

Friday 4th April 2014

Electors in Ribble Valley are invited to have their say on the borough's polling districts and places.

Lancashire's 'Largest and Smallest' Borough Turns 40

Thursday 3rd April 2014

Councillor Hirst is pictured right, with (from the left) the council's director of community services, John Heap, director of resources Jane Pearson, chief executive Marshal Scott and deputy mayor Michael Ranson, with (front) Ribble Valley Mayor and Mayor The borough of Ribble Valley is celebrating its 40th birthday.

Borough's First Shared Ownership Bungalows

Wednesday 2nd April 2014

Colin Hirst and Rachel O'Connor Ribble Valley's first ever shared ownership bungalows are up for grabs at a picturesque development overlooking the River Ribble.

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.

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