NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Lancashire County Council propose to make the above Speed Limit Order under Sections 82(2), 83(2) and 84 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended, the effect of which will be to introduce a 30mph speed limit in Cemetery Lane, Preesall, from its junction with Park Lane/Hall Gate Lane/Burned House Lane for a distance of 100 metres in a westerly direction. A copy of the draft Order and associated documents for proposing to make the Order may be inspected on Lancashire County Council's website at http://www.lancashire.gov.uk/roads-parking-and-travel/roads/roadworks-and-traffic-regulation-orders/permanent.aspx Documents can also be requested by email at email@example.com, or in writing to The Director of Corporate Services, Lancashire County Council, P O Box 78, County Hall, Preston PR1 8XJ quoting ref: LSG4/894.11757/AFR. Note. The above alternative arrangements for the inspection of deposited documents is connected with the effects of coronavirus. Any representations or objections (specifying the grounds on which they are made) relating to the proposal must be made in writing and should be sent to The Director of Corporate Services, Lancashire County Council, P O Box 78, County Hall, Preston PR1 8XJ or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org quoting ref:LSG4894.11757AFR before the 16 September 2020. Laura Sales, Director of Corporate Services 19 August 2020
Preesall Town Council is seeking to recruit a self-employed lengthsman: POST AVAILABLE: Preesall Town Council Lengthsman BASE LOCATION: Preesall RESPONSIBLE TO: Town Clerk, Preesall Town Council (Line Manager) HOURS: 25 hours per week to be worked flexibly dependent on time of year and weather. Occasional additional hours may be required. SALARY: £12 per hour on a services contract Overall Responsibilities: To carry out the duties of Preesall Town Council Lengthsman within the parish boundaries of Preesall, providing a focused level of service, resulting in improvement to the environment within Preesall and Knott End. Duties: These are defined in the Job Description available on the council's website (see Documents, Information) or from the Town Clerk, Alison May by email - email@example.com Person specification: This is fully detailed in the Person Specification available on the council's website (see Documents, Information) or from the Town Clerk, Alison May by email - firstname.lastname@example.org Successful applicants will be expected to provide their own equipment including relevant safety wear, basic signage and transport. The council will provide some signage and a wheeled cart for litter picking duties. They will also be required to have full public liability insurance cover to a minimum of three million pounds. Experience: Experience of grounds work and the ability to use a range of machinery and tools is essential. Skills: Good communication skills. Able to use machinery competently without supervision. Spraying qualifications would be an advantage. Ability to work well with a wide range of people. Can do approach. Knowledge: Knowledge of Preesall would be an advantage
Council meetings are taking place via Zoom video conferencing. Agendas for meetings can be found on the council's website under the documents heading. Any member of the public wishing to view the meeting or address the council in the public session should contact the clerk either by email - email@example.com or by phone - 07739868212. You will then be issued with a pass code to gain access to the meeting at the designated time shown on the agenda. As with face to face council meetings you will only be allowed to speak at the designated point of the agenda for public comment.
Disclaimer: The list attached has been collated to show local businesses offering food deliveries Over Wyre. Preesall Town Council is not able to recommend or verify the legitimacy of these businesses. Residents using them do so at their own risk.
What you need to know Action Fraud has experienced an increase in the reporting of malicious calls, voicemails, text messages or emails to members of the public purporting to be from HMRC. The fraudsters state that as a result of their non-payment of tax or other duty, the victim is liable to prosecution or other legal proceedings such as repossession of belongings to settle the balance but can avoid this by arranging for payment to be made immediately by method such as bank transfer or by iTunes gift cards. If the victim is hesitant or refuses to comply, the suspect makes a threat such as immediate arrest, bailiffs or in cases where the victim appears to be of overseas origin; deportation. Often, the period for which the tax is allegedly due is distant enough to guarantee the victim will have little, if any, paperwork or ability to verify the claims. Once the money is paid the suspects sever all contact. It is vital that the public exercise caution when receiving messages or telephone calls of this nature. What you need to do Always question unsolicited requests for your personal or financial information. Just because someone knows your basic details (such as your name and contact details), it doesn't mean they are genuine. Instead, contact the company directly using trusted methods such as a known email address or phone number. Listen to your instincts. If something feels wrong then it is usually right to question it. No genuine organisation will ask you to pay taxes, bills or fees using iTunes Gift Cards, or any other type of voucher. Don't be rushed or pressured into making a decision. Under no circumstances would a genuine bank or some other trusted organisation force you to make a financial transaction on the spot. Report Phishing attempts. If you receive a call, text or email of this nature and have not lost money, report this as a phishing attempt to Action Fraud.