I know this service is extremely important to many constituents. I disagreed when the last administration at County Hall stopped the subsidised funding for this and many rural bus services. I was grateful to Catch 22 Bus for plugging the gap by offering an extension of their 24 route on Sundays to cover the 2C. Given the background to the case and the goodwill which Catch 22 Bus has shown to local residents I have asked the County Council to consider providing funding to enable the Sunday extension service to continue.
I will let you know the outcome. I have recently received on the usage of the Freckleton and Fleetwood centres: out of the appointments which were booked between September and the end of January only one patient from Over Wyre used the service. It is clear that Over Wyre patients are unable to access the service and this will be exacerbated if the Sunday bus service between Knott End and Poulton ceases to run.
I advocate the provision of an additional hub in Poulton. I am concerned that the locations of these two hubs disadvantage my constituents in Over Wyre, due to the distance they will be required to travel to access the service. My concerns have been reinforced by data which. She wrote letters to various businesses asking them to donate prizes for a raffle. Her letter writing efforts secured over 40 prizes for the raffle, including a signed football from Manchester United which she auctioned on Facebook.
Rose is an inspiration and I wanted to thank her for her determined efforts and selflessness. It was a real pleasure to meet and chat with her and her family. If I can be of any assistance to you please email me at wallaceb parliament. Alternatively you can contact my Office at the House of Commons or my Constituency Office Ben Wallace MP. This was because after her degree course at Manchester University, on her training placements, all the ladies were required to wear a skirt, no trousers.
Inevitably they did wear twinsets and pearls, but over a forty year career new technology and old traditions have changed. We were given a brief history of the profession. We learned that they treat all ages and conditions. A few people were slightly disgusted that swear words had been included, but this is apparently a useful technique as it is a spontaneous reaction to a situation, i. Europe had pioneers in speech in drama,. After the First World War head injuries were prevalent and had to be treated, so research into communications was started.
The use of music and singing was found very useful. Children were harder to deal with as they had to acquire language skills, adults already had this ability. Then came non-verbal communications. Personal computers made life much easier. We now have the synthesised voice as seen on film clips of Professor Stephen Hawkings. Bring your own work in progress or just come for a natter, tea and biscuits. Thurs 26th April — Luncheon Club - pm for pm.
Shovels Inn, Hambleton. Plenty to amuse, entertain and educate you at Hambleton WI. For further information please contact Gaynor or e. Already early Spring and just like the budding flowers appearing in your gardens, Over Wyre Medical Centre continues to grow. It is not just the Medical Centre that has grown in size but the new partnership and staff have grown together and with this development we are beginning to consistently make great progress and achieve fantastic care for our patients.
All things considered it was a most supportive experience. Please type the link below into your browser to see our detailed report on the CQC website:. It is committed to delivering the best possible care for our patients. We are continually exploring ways that we can improve the current level of care we provide for the residents of Over Wyre.
We have undergone a very rigorous and comprehensive inspection process and the CQC has highlighted that we provide an Outstanding level of care for our patient population. It is the official data provided by NHS England which has proven and evidenced it. Atkinson Plumbing and Heating All aspects of plumbing maintenance No job too small Friendly and relaible datkinsonplumbing yahoo. We have an excellent extended team of Chronic Disease Nurses which is an integral part of the favourable outcomes we achieve.
Prevalence is so high and yet the complications are low compared to the national average. All of the official NHS data evidences that we are keeping patients out of hospital and allowing them to be cared for in their local community. The data identifies that Over Wyre Medical Centre continues to provide a high level of care and treatment to the reliant patient population who want to be looked after in their local community.
The registered population prevalence data clearly demonstrates the unique and unprecedented health challenges and huge demand for health services faced by the Over Wyre Medical Centre. It is with a heavy heart that I will be retiring on Sat 1st Dec. This is not the end of an era but the beginning of a new dawn. Sadly, all too often we have patients that criticise or make unreasonable demands or complain at things that are little more than a gripe.
Can we all pull together and stop this. Please get behind your local Surgery. Over Wyre Medical Centre is providing not good but Outstanding care. What I kindly ask is that you all get behind your local Surgery and celebrate in our success. This is a local community achievement and you should all feel the immense sense of pride that I feel for the OWMC team. Once again I would like to thank you for your Your home and the space within it should be unique to you. This is why at The Countryside Flooring Company we pride ourselves in offering that high level of customer service.
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Beryl Hartley od Fo rved y a Se l D al. So what is it? Shiatsu has its origins in Japanese traditional bodywork and also draws heavily from Chinese traditional medicine both in its practice and theoretical base. Pressure is applied to acupressure points and the energy channels known as meridians. Stretches and mobilization techniques may also be used where appropriate. It is a deeply relaxing experience and can benefit many common ailments.
Unlike massage the client remains fully clothed and the session normally takes place on a futon mattress on the floor rather than a treatment couch. Shiatsu is a holistic therapy which means the body, mind and spirit of the person is affected because work on the meridians or energy channels resonate on all levels. In practice this means people experience it as deeply nurturing and satisfying to both give and receive. Energy in Japanese is known as Qi Ki or Chi in Chinese, but is an alien concept to many in our society, except when it involves medical scans or treatments such as MRI or ultrasound.
Actually modern scientific medicine is the only system of medicine in the entire history of the world that does not have healing at a spiritual level as a central component. SHIATSU cont Traditional healers concern themselves with all aspects of the person, whereas in modern society the physical is treated by doctors and surgeons, the emotions and mind by psychiatrists and spiritual matters are the concern of the church.
Shiatsu can be beneficial to people of all ages, from babies to the very elderly. In Europe it is increasingly being used in hospitals and other mainstream health care settings to help people manage chronic conditions and disabilities. In this culture we are happy to pay to maintain our cars or houses in good condition but rarely think about investing in our health.
Regular Shiatsu sessions are an excellent way of doing this, as it can rebalance the. It is also highly effective for treating common symptoms such as joint pain and stiffness, and back and shoulder problems, as well as any stress related issues. A variety of assessment tools are used to assess the appropriate treatment - each person is treated individually and holistically. Training in Shiatsu is thorough. It takes at least 3 years to get a practitioner certificate, but is actually a life long process. Courses include western anatomy, physiology and pathology as well as the location and uses of around acupressure points, traditional Chinese medicine theory, the location and function of 15 major energy channels and practical training in the sensitive use and function of stretches and.
Practitioner self-healing is also strongly emphasized and a commitment to a healthy life style is essential for any holistic healer. There are also both Japanese and Chinese systems of healing through diet which may be included. If you would like more information about Shiatsu have a look at the Shiatsu Society website — www. Visitors and new members are always welcome to come to any meetings.
You will find our website at www. It will cover how to use drones correctly to take your photography to new heights. In half an hour he created an amazing likeness. In August last year our cat Miri went missing. Despite all efforts she is still lost to us. I would like to make this appeal six months on, to ask if anyone has kindly taken Miri in thinking she is a stray. She is not. She is a much loved member of our family. Her daughter Cali is still looking for her and still pining. If you have taken her in, or know someone who has, or even if you have had a sighting of her, please could you contact me.
Would you like to come and join us at our Classical Tea? It will be on Sat 14th April at St. Here for you Our caring and professional team is here to guide and advise you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Another week was work along in watercolour with Ken Weigh. As always, it is work quickly in watercolour and hope it works but it always does as Ken carefully guides us through each stage. Totally different was a week with our members Clare and Rita, painting decorated alphabet letters.
The members enjoyed doing this and will find it useful for celebration card making. Please come to see our work. We always have a good display with a big variety of paintings. There will also be paintings for sale. We will have had our AGM when you read this. Our newer members are helping and coming up with lots of new ideas so the club is thriving. Our second day workshop in March with Harry Caunce helped us to improve our oil painting. Other workshops are planned later this year We now have summer exhibitions planned along with our outdoor painting days. More information next month but in the meantime, here is the April programme at the centre.
This will be the final spring meeting at St. Runners start at am and Walkers at am. Entry forms are now available from the Shovels in Hambleton, If any individual or organisation would like a donation or if someone would like to nominate anyone please write to the Fun Run Committee or hand in a letter to The Shovels, Green Meadow Lane, Hambleton, PoultonLe-Fylde, Lancashire.
FY6 9ES. Tues 24th April Fun Art Project with nibbles to follow and collect exhibition paintings. His presentation proved to be very interesting and informative. Mike explained just how important these volunteers are to us and to the NHS. They used to use taxis which were, unsurprisingly, a very expensive way of carrying out emergency deliveries.
Blood Bikes was started in Yeovil in It provides a free, but professional, voluntary, out of hours transport service to our local NHS hospitals by carrying emergency blood, platelets, samples, donor breast milk, patient notes, theatre equipment, in fact anything that is urgently required. Blood Bikes began in this area in May and since then has dealt with 45, calls. This number continues to increase. To date they have saved the NHS over two million pounds. There are now over riders country wide who use their own bikes. They are required to take an advanced driving test every year. Our local area is Lancashire and Lakes, an enormous area covered by three riders, each doing 12 hour shifts.
Although they can claim a small fuel mileage allowance, many forgo this. They are a very co-ordinated. Weekdays 8am to 6pm all year except Public Holidays early drop-off on request Before and after school care and holiday club Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum.
Superb outdoor play facilities Starlit sensory room Outings, forest school skills Swimming for the pre-school group Nutritious snacks and meals. We are taking bookings for the summer club now August 13th - 24th. When out driving please look out for these riders in your rear view and give them space to get ahead.
Some use liveried bikes. Mike had brought along a smaller version of a liveried bike complete with flashing blue lights to show us. See our website photo as one of our members tries it out for size! Also photo of President Susan presenting our cheque to Mike. The bikers provide this service through the night, at weekends and Bank Holidays enabling hospital funding to be better spent on patient care.
Our help in doing this is always appreciated. For more information on supporting the service visit their web site www. Each year people around the world switch off their lights and organize events in their community in towns and cities to show they care about the planet. You will be most welcome. Thank you all for your continued donations of old back packs. Without you we could not carry on with this important project.
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They are open Thurs, Fri and Sat am to pm. We meet twice a month at the Garstang Hotel and Golf Club. Interested ladies and new members from throughout the Over Wyre and Garstang district are always very welcome. Take a Look at What We Do www. Last year nearly 9 million people across the UK took part, to send a clear message of support for climate action. On Sat 24th March from pm until pm Garstang Soroptimists showed their support at home by switching off their lights. If you saw lights going out in your neighbourhood you know why! With over forty walks and activities over nine days there is something for everyone whatever your level of ability.
Visit our website at www. Keith Montgomery. The event was a great success. We would also like to thank our dedicated team of fundraisers who organised the event and made sure it ran smoothly. Special Appeals Talia cat Talia is a confident loving lady who is on the search for a new home. She has been friendly and adorable since the day she arrived and settled in quickly. Talia will come over and say hello as she loves attention and fuss, especially a good head scratch.
She does have a cheeky habit of sometimes giving you a little nip. Neither is she too keen on being picked up or being restrained when seeing the vet. Pretty Talia will suit a home with owners who have had cats before and can recognise when she has had enough. She could live. Babe cat Babe came into our care after her previous owner had a change in circumstances. On arrival, it was clear that Babe was suffering from an untreated flea allergy resulting in her feeling itchy and uncomfortable. Her skin has now settled down with the help of monthly flea treatments, a hypoallergenic diet and a low dose of steroid tablets.
She is ready for a new home where her owner will monitor this and her over grooming. She settled into our care quickly so should make herself right at home. She is a friendly girl who loves getting as much fuss and attention as she can yet will tell you when she is not in the mood by giving a cheeky nip. This loving girl will suit a quiet, stress free household and will make ideal feline company in the right setting.
She is looking for a home without young children and where she is the only pet in the household. Marsha cat Marsha is one of two sisters coming to us from a feral colony having been born outside without any human interaction in her early weeks. We stepped in to manage the over-population and successfully caught Marsha and her sister in a trap where they went into a foster home in the hope that with daily socialisation they would come around to be loving and friendly kittens.
Over the weeks she has been with us, staff have spent time daily with her offering tasty treats in the hope to start a positive relationship yet she finds these interactions highly stressful. Marsha is thus a shy girl who prefers the company of other cats and has been highly. RSPCA cont defensive, often lashing out at us, so we think that she will be much happier to find a home with a change in scenery where she is free to come and go as she pleases. We therefore want to re-home Marsha as an outdoor cat only.
She is better suited to a rural environment so if you have outdoor space such as a yard, farm or stables then please contact the Centre to speak to a member of the cattery staff. Refreshments will be available every day together with the ever-popular Beer Tent! Scorton Sat 5th May - Mon 7th May In the residents of Scorton decided to hold an annual festival in place of smaller group events. Details of the full programme will be available in the May issue of Focus. Fingers crossed for the weather to deliver three dry days. See you in Scorton! Mike Howes The idea was for a fun weekend to gather funds for village projects, groups, churches and local causes.
The chosen theme was Bikes and Barrows, representing the outdoors, cycling and aspects of rural life. County Councillor John Shedwick was in attendance. We spoke about the dangerous A that runs through Stalmine and how it could only become increasingly dangerous given the new housing estates planned.
The two gas incidents were described in detail having taken place within fifteen months of each other along with the upturned articulated lorry whose cab landed on the bonnet of an oncoming car. Three major incidents, two involving the evacuation of residents for hours, all occurring at or near the sharp bend junction at Carr End Lane onto Stricklands Lane.
We are working with Cllr Shedwick on ways of reducing the speeding at this site and improving safety for all, not least for residents and pedestrians on Stricklands Lane. Lynwood Drive now the new financial year is here. We are desperately short of active members and committee members. Can you spare one hour per month over ten months?
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It has been suggested that we hold meetings during the day. Please share your views on our Facebook page or Stalmine Chat, or contact a committee member. The Parish Council then called a public meeting about large housing applications in Stalmine and David Thow, from Planning at Wyre Borough Council, shared detailed information with us. Look out for posters etc. Cllr Shedwick is also working with us with a view to renew the call for a pedestrian crossing by the Seven Stars.
We thank him most sincerely for all his support. Plenty of events at Easter are also great photo opportunities. At the club, we open the month on Wed 4th April with a visit by photographer Harry Emmett showing us images and prints from Orkney. Visitors welcome. March has gone by quickly. As well as the winning places, a good number of members received Commended and Highly Commended awards for their images with the judge saying that there is a high standard of photography within the club. With the hope of better weather ahead and the onset of British Summer Time and lighter.
Members have the opportunity to show their prints, many of which are available for sale. The workshop which takes place on Sat 14th April is a look at the importance of backgrounds in photography. On Fri 13th April Barton Grange Garden Centre have kindly agreed to allow club members to photograph the centre giving us an interesting opportunity to take images of some of their wide variety of plants.
Visitors to our talks are always welcome. Visit our website for more details at www. Contemporary folk singer-songwriter Chris Ronald emigrated from England in and now lives in Vancouver. Encouraged, Ronald went one step further on his next project hiring ace producer John MacArthur Ellis. New Year New Hobby? If you want to learn patchwork and quilting why not come along? There will be a demonstration of techniques.
There will also be a dazzling display by our members of their work. As spaces are limited booking is essential email Alice at ajl mybtinternet. For those essential purchases two local suppliers will be there whilst refreshment will also be available. For further information visit our website www. In live performance, he draws on his abilities as a highly skilled singer, storyteller and musician to deliver a show that is captivating and unique.
All are welcome. We performed plays of varying kinds twice a year, took part in Drama Festivals, and even won awards for our efforts! Our home base was in Pilling Memorial Hall. Sadly, the old hall was demolished over two years ago to, hopefully, make way for a new hall in the near future.
You make new friends, have fun and gain self confidence. There is a role for everyone, front of house, sound, lighting, scenery, costumes and publicity, and, yes, making cups of tea! People behind the scenes are just as valued as those on stage. We are a small, very friendly group, no divas or stars, just a group of like minded folk who enjoy entertaining others.
We would dearly love the Drama Group to perform in the new hall when built, but, for that, we need to recruit new and younger members! We do not have formal auditions and would really love to welcome new people age 16 upwards to join us in providing entertainment into the future for the Over Wyre area. We already have thriving younger age groups in the locality, such as S.
For further information contact myself or John Savage Jenny Blyth Smith at the April meeting of Garstang Historical Society. The lecture is on Wed 11th April pm at Garstang United Reformed Church, followed by the opportunity to view a display of items associated with Lord Winmarleigh in the neighbouring church hall. Refreshments will also be available in the church hall, postlecture. For more information call or Anthony Coppin.
Appointments available now! We wish her well for the future. Kit Lardner is the new Manager and started on Mon 19th March. We have two courses run by Lancashire Adult Learning in May which will be of interest to a lot of people, booking essential. This one-off course will introduce the basics of wireless devices. The course is designed as an introduction to the next course below.
Tues 15th May — Tues 26th June 6 weeks pm - pm. This six week course builds on topics covered on the taster course. Both courses are free, but booking is essential. On the second Monday of each month we offer books in normal and large print, and talking books. Volunteers from the RVS collect and deliver.
Please contact the Library on the telephone number below. Tues 3rd April pm - pm and Sat 7th April am - pm. A local Councillor will be available if you have any issues or problems within the Wyre area. Tues 17th April am - am Alison May, Clerk to the Town Council will be here to help with any problems you may have concerning the local area.
New - Thursday am - pm. If you have any computer queries our volunteer is available to help. Please contact the Library to reserve a half-hour slot. Every Thursday am - am. Interested in learning how to use a computer? We have a free basic computer course available.
Contact us for more details. Fri 6th April pm - pm First Friday Reading group. New members welcome. Fri 13th April pm — pm Creative Writing Group. If you enjoy all things literary and fancy writing yourself, come along to this group, find out more and get involved! Every Monday pm - pm term time only, free Play and Learn sessions, for preschool children run by Wellbeing, Prevention.
Suitable for all pre-school children. A fun filled session with action songs and music. No group on Fri 30th March Good Friday. Young at Heart, Social for All. Providing occasional speakers, entertainment and refreshments. Everyone welcome. Lawrence, where vessels are restricted to a maximum of 10 knots until Nov. DFO is reviewing options for the necropsies of the two other whales. Necropsies on seven of them found four died from trauma consistent with vessel collisions, while two deaths were the result of entanglement in fishing gear.
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Hambleton Parish Council would like to take this opportunity to wish all the residents of Hambleton and the surrounding villages a Very Merry Christmas and blessings for a Happy New Year. Here for you Our caring and professional team is here to guide and advise you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Garstang Library www. Feel the need to get yourself out of the house? Find friendly faces, have a brew, have a natter, listen to informative talks on a wide variety of subjects?
Whether you are a guy or a gal, over 60, 70, 80 or indeed 90 or more, you are most welcome to join our happy group. We meet. We also enjoy a trip out on the 3rd Monday of each month to garden centres, shopping centres and local attractions where you can join our walking group for a short guided stroll or just enjoy a coffee, lunch and a mooch around the shops etc. If this sounds like just the thing you need to perk you up, please come along. If transport to the meeting could be an issue for you, we may also be able to help.
Linda Wright Tues 18th Dec - Christmas Social. Tues 25th Dec - No Meeting! New members, of any level, are always welcome. For further details please see the website at www. Our Christmas Party is on Wed 5th Dec and. Any age, any condition, any quantity - from one item to a garage full! Best prices paid. Come along and get involved in shaping the future of your wonderful community Library. The Family History group will be meeting at the Library. New members welcome. Enough said! A Preesall Ward Councillor will be available to address any concerns you may have.
Tues 18th Dec am - am. Alison May, Clerk to Preesall Town Council will be here to listen to any concerns you may have Experienced Counsellor offering support with: regarding the community. Run by amazing local volunteers, Young at Heart gives you occasional speakers, entertainment and refreshments. All older persons are welcome. Thursdays Every Thursday am - am. Free computer and mobile device help is here.
Most services you once could ring through to report or order something now say you need to go online. You need I. T help? Look no further. Are you interested in learning how to use a PC, Laptop or mobile devices? Rachel Moody Grad. Professional Counselling T: E: moodyrachel6 gmail. Our volunteer is available to help. Contact the Library to book a half-hour slot. Your session will be very informal and tailored to your needs. Not available Thurs 27th Dec.
Please contact the Library for more details — visit us or ring and ask to be put through to Knott End Library. A special home for special people Sea Bank House is a residential home for elderly people who are unable to live independently in their own homes. Or philosophy of care is based on the belief that it is the right of any resident in the home to be respected as an individual, and that everyone has the right to be allowed to live as full and active a life as both their mental and physical condition allows.
Needs are met maintaining personal dignity, privacy and encouraging independence where possible. Each care plan takes into consideration the physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs, in order to create a care plan that is relevant to individuals.
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Recognising, nurturing and encouraging the residents remaining skills and ability to communicate is or paramount importance to the quality of care given at Sea Bank House. Suitable for all pre-school children. A fun-filled session with songs and music. Creative Writing Group Fri 14th Dec pm — pm. If you require any further information regarding any of the listed events, please do not hesitate to contact the Library on or call in — you never know what you may discover whilst you are here!
We have online borrowing available — eBooks and Audio downloads. We also have a wonderful Home Library Service which will deliver books to your door — ask about it by ringing below. Knott End Library is always looking for a variety of speakers and entertainment for our community. If you are a speaker and have a topic that you would be willing to share with your community, please contact a member of staff on the number below — remember to ask to be put through to Knott End Library.
Happy reading, folks! This year has been life changing with the addition of baby Eli who is coming up to five months old - and is now well used to accompanying me to events across the constituency. My team and I have sent out over 6, emails and letters either responding to constituents or writing on their behalf to local authorities, agencies and the Government. Lobbying of Government has led to changes which limit the harm caused. Many have been referred to food banks. If this is a problem for you then please get in touch. Email me on cat. The beginning of the year saw huge concern over cancelled hospital appointments and operations due to the winter crisis - and the knock on effect of this was felt way into the summer.
I am one of five Lancashire MPs who collectively in November wrote to the Energy Secretary to call for a halt in fracking following so many worrying earth tremors. This is in addition to the regular letters I write myself highlighting the damage being caused. Labour has set out plans for energy that are ambitious, will create hundreds of thousands of jobs and will make Britain the only developed country outside Scandinavia to be on track to meet our climate change obligations.
By we would double the number of onshore windfarms. There is no bigger threat facing humanity than climate change. A minutes silence was taken in remembrance of member Sheila Castle who passed away on Mon 5th Nov. She will be sadly missed. The booby price went to Ron Holford. Refreshments were served, followed by the raffle, gifts kindly donated by the members.
On a much lighter note, I hope this festive season brings you all the opportunity of spending time with the people who matter to you and I wish you all a very happy Christmas. Our Autumn Tints October trip was a lovely day out. The views and autumnal colours were a sight to see. The high tea at Crooklands was enjoyed by all. Small eaters menu available Festive menu now available from 1st - 23rd December. Please visit website for details. Voucher cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Please remember your numbered ticket which will go into a prize draw.
The December party meeting is our last meeting of the year. Jane Webster If not and you want to take part get yourself to Myerscough College Equestrian Centre before am to sign in! But if you read this too late to take part you can still experience good company, good running and, if you are free on Mondays, some excellent breakfasts! We have our regular club night every Tuesday from the Garstang Sports Club carpark at pm. Just drop in and introduce yourself to someone. Our club website lists every week details of upcoming runs which take place every Monday morning as well as regular runs on Tuesday and a more informal run on Thursdays.
Frank Miller www. Do you enjoy a walk with your dog? Many people in Pilling visit the New Community Field for a regular stroll along the footpaths and the trim trail. In order to keep dog mess under control, dogs must be kept on a lead along these paths. We have plans to create an exercise area on the field, where dogs can run free and we are now looking for your feedback. The area for exercise will be fenced off to allow dogs to run free and we are hoping to put a path through it.
Do we need to provide any other facilities for you and your pet? Please send comments to katrinambell hotmail. Tickets available from me. He adores people and wants to be the centre of attention. He requires an understanding home as he has health problems that require lifelong medication. This will be discussed further with staff. Tyson thoroughly enjoys his walks and likes to investigate everything.
He is currently walked on a harness and lead and is well mannered. He is very sociable and enjoys the company. Fantastic new building Fantastic facilities for you and your pet Same great Team Same great service Same contact details: hambleton moyvets. RSPCA cont of other dogs on walks therefore we feel he may be suited to a multi-dog household with a careful introduction. Tyson has a great temperament but would only be suited to a home with older children due to his excitable nature. He is such a loving boy with a heart of gold and deserves a second chance in a perfect home.
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Pierre Pierre is a sweet boy who is looking for someone who will help to build up his confidence after finding himself in RSPCA care due to concerns for his welfare. Pierre is still getting used to cattery life so is a bit shy but with plenty of reassurance, he is gaining in confidence.
He will do anything for tasty treats and is very affectionate, happily spending time having a fuss and cuddles with staff. Pierre may take a little bit of time to feel comfortable in his new environment so his new family must be understanding and give him time to come around in his own time and give him the space and reassurance that he may need. Previous cat experience and a quieter home is preferred without young children. Mice We have a number of mice of various ages and sexes on the lookout for new homes. There is a pair of females consisting of an adult female Jasmine and a juvenile called Adella who need to be.
Dominic Corcoran Friday 30th Nov, 9pm Dominic Corcoran is a guitar vocalist with 20 years experience as an entertainer. Performing in many venues such as The De Vere and Hilton hotel chain. He Has also sold out a summer season in Blackpool Tower. Dress to impress. Over 18s only. Festive frozen orange cocktail with lemongrass lemonade.
They are all friendly mice who will need a large cage or tank with plenty of enrichment. All the mice can be viewed on our website by visiting www. For more information or to arrange a meeting with one of the animals mentioned above, please contact the centre in Stalmine. Stock Collections Have you got any unwanted goods taking up space at home or are you having a house clearance?
If yes, then why not contact us to come and collect the items for free! We can collect your unwanted furniture, clothing, toys, electrical items and household items etc. For more information or to book a collection please go to: www. Thank you for your past and ongoing custom! Please phone or call in to book or for more information on our range of treatments. Shoe Box Appeal The festive period is fast approaching and some animals will spend theirs in a rescue centre this year.
We always try and make Christmas extra special for the animals who are in our care. If you would like to help our rescue animals have a fantastic Christmas, please donate a shoe box to Longview Animal Centre. The shoe boxes can be filled with any type of. RSPCA cont toys, food, treats, bowls, bedding etc. Please put a label on the box to let us know whether the shoe box is for a dog, cat, rabbit or small animal.
It would be brilliant if every animal has its own shoe box on Christmas Day!
Boxes can be dropped off at the Animal Centre or at one of our four charity shops. The walk starts at am and will take an hour. On your return to the Centre, refreshments and cakes will be available in our reception area. All dogs are welcome. However please be advised that they must be kept on a lead at all times. Halloween Success A big thank you to everyone who attended our Halloween event at the animal centre on Sun 28th Oct. FY6 0JR www. Thanks to everyone who supported her, especially Mark from Country Vogue Hairdressers in Hambleton for donating his services.
Thanks also to customers and everyone at Saswick House and Farm Shop for their contributions via the collecting box. Tickets are limited so please book early. The coach will be leaving Hambleton at Garstang had our best result for some years; we came second in the competition with only 4 points separating us from Poulton who won the competition. Christmas orders now being taken! Everyone is welcome to come along and enjoy coffee and cakes and to chat about the club to some of the members. We will be showing a selection of digital images taken by club members.
This is an opportunity for new members to show off their work and for members to enter the Landscape competition and receive constructive comments from an experienced judge, Mike Stanley. On Wed 12th Dec we have our annual Christmas Social and Quiz and members hand in their entries for the Assignment Competition which takes place January. Price includes mulled wine and mince pies! We start on Wed 2nd Jan with a visit from Lee Metcalf telling us about his Journey from film to digital and back to film for professional work.
We will also be holding a raffle in the hall following the concert. Tickets available from choir members, Knott End Post Office and on the door. Visit our website for more details: www. We are lucky this year in having the Carleton Green Community Primary School Choir joining us in the Concert, a new venture for us Look out for the red posters!
We also look forward to singing at Burnside Garden Centre on Thurs 6th Dec, early evening, so come along, join the fun and do some Christmas shopping! We have immediate starts available and have inductions on 3rd - 5th and 17th - 19th December If you or someone you know may be interested in working for Cherish, please contact Head Office on or email your CV to joanne. Here is a list of questions about passwords, together with the answers. But just to make it difficult, the answers have been scrambled up.
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Well done if you got all nine right without looking at the answers. As ever if you have any questions or concerns about computer security etc then please do get in touch. Joan Bailey CRY Cardiac Risk in the Young The Matthew Hesmondhalgh Memorial Fund Have you ever set about a task with great fervour only for a single line of thought to completely knock you out of kilter and off track? It was my intention to regale tales to you of all those wonderful exploits that have occurred this year in memory of our dearest Matt - to offer you an end of year report and extend our grateful thanks.
But in an instant my best intentions were shaken. So, although I have not been able to put my original thoughts into words I hope that all who have journeyed with us this year will accept this simple, but heartfelt message of thanks for all you have done to help save lives. May the gifts of love, peace and friendship be with one and all this wintertime. For further information about the fund and upcoming events see The Matthew Hesmondhalgh Memorial Fund on Facebook or contact me. Paula Hesmondhalgh E-mail paulahez. But the sudden thought that over more young people will have fallen victim to Young sudden Cardiac Death in the 12 months since I last attempted to write an annual review hit like a thunderbolt.
Everything about this time of year appears to revolve around family and being together, amplifying emotions and the impact of loss. At a time when everyone else seems to be full of joyous celebration, dealing with searing grief and distressing changes in family dynamics can compound the maelstrom of feelings.
For us and for many CRY families the knowledge that the loss could have been. Firstly it has been an honour to have been invited and to have taken part in the Garstang and Over Wyre Armistice Services marking the year anniversary of the cessation of the hostilities of World War 1 and the reopening of the Vicarage Park Community Hall in Poulton.
The Council continues to object to the proposal to build 65 homes off Carr End Lane in Stalmine and has submitted an objection to the Planning Inspectorate in respect of the developers appeal against the rejection of the first application. The final budget will be agreed in January. Looking forward to the Festive period which will soon be upon us, there is an ask from the Neighbourhood Response Policing Team.
As always we will do our upmost to prevent and detect these crimes but our communities assistance is also greatly appreciated. Garstang Neighbourhood Response Policing Team. For further information contact any Councillor or contact the Clerk by email: clerk stalmineparishcouncil. Each year we have a federation gathering - a chance for ladies from all the countries of our Federation to join together, to share ideas, celebrate achievements, listen to inspirational speakers, make plans for the future and generally enjoy fun and friendship which is a major part of being a Soroptimist.
This year we were in Liverpool, with the opening ceremony taking place on the Thursday evening — the flags of the Federation countries were presented to the current Federation President and a roll call taken of the members present. As each country or UK Region was called,. Many had travelled hundreds of miles to attend — from Bangladesh, the Caribbean and South Africa — to name just a few.
Friday was a morning of speakers — four in total, interspersed with round ups of various Soroptimist projects. In the afternoon, our AGM took place. As a democratic organisation, we need to agree on how we operate and for this year, decide on the Federation Programme Action project for — which will be Empowering Girls in Nepal.
Saturday morning, more speakers and more programme reports — all of relevance to the aims and objectives of our organisation. The afternoon saw SI Garstang biting their nails. Our final uplifting speaker, Sir Ranulph Fiennes, brought the afternoon to an end with his hilarious recollections of his travels, which underlined his determination to succeed despite the conditions he found himself in. It was then a rush back to our hotels for a quick change into our finery, ready for the closing ceremony. This amazing achievement has only been possible with the help of all those who support our project.
In particular, those who kindly leave items for us at The Mustard Seed following our appeals here. So, many thanks to all those who continue to make our project such a success and help to give children an education, which can lift them out of the poverty that is the hallmark of their lives. Or ring the number below to arrange collection.
Interested ladies throughout the Over Wyre and Garstang district are always welcome. Take a look at what we do: www. Our meetings consist of illustrated talks covering all parts of the world. New members and visitors are most welcome. The facilities are suitable for the disabled, including audio loop. Refreshments are available during the break.