Borough Council Looks Set to Save Two Popular Public Loos
A borough council looks set to save popular public loos in Longridge and Sabden.
Heads Up – You Will Need Photo-ID to Vote at May Elections
For the first time ever, Ribble Valley residents will need photo-ID to vote in local elections.
Still Time to Have Your Say in Bumper Ribble Valley Survey
Over 500 people have responded to Ribble Valley Borough Council’s People’s Survey.
Save the Date as Food Festival Turns into Week-Long Event
Calling all food enthusiasts – save the date for this year’s Clitheroe Food Festival, which takes place on Saturday, 12 August.
Candlelit Vigil at Clitheroe Castle to Mark Invasion Anniversary
A candlelit vigil will be held at Clitheroe Castle on Friday (24 February) marking a year since the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Council Doubles Value of Food Vouchers for Vulnerable Households
A council has doubled the value of food vouchers it is offering vulnerable households facing the cost of living crisis.
Council Counts the Cost of Countryside Dead Sheep Dumping
A council is counting the cost after another spate of dead sheep dumping in the countryside.
Strongly Agree – Have Your Say in Bumper Ribble Valley People’s Survey
Ribble Valley Borough Council wants to hear from everyone that lives, works, studies, or visits the borough.
Greatest Days Film Based on Take That Songbook is ‘Absolutely Fantastic’ says Council Leader
A council leader has described the forthcoming film based on the Take That songbook as ‘absolutely fantastic’.
Free Festive Family Fun at the Clitheroe Castle Museum
If you are looking for some free family fun over the festive period, look no further than the Clitheroe Castle Museum.
Ribble Valley’s ‘Mrs Mayoralty’ Hangs her Last Civic Chains
Ribble Valley’s ‘Mrs Mayoralty’ is hanging her last civic chains after a shining 39-year career in local government.