Halsall community help to buy new hedge cutters after Lewis Chapman was dragged along with speeding car
Tarleton draw with local rivals Hesketh Bank
Figures for all wards in the borough released following Advertiser investigation
THE Environment Agency has hit back over claims made by Cllr Martin Forshaw in last week’s Advertiser regarding the Alt Crossens catchment.
ST CUTHBERT'S church in Halsall has re-opened thanks to the generosity of the local community.
BUDGET cuts to the Environment Agency have led to flooding fears for West Lancashire as the organisation now has less money to spend on land drainage.
JOHN Andrew O'Connor, 25, of Waterway Avenue, Bootle appeared before Ormskirk Magistrates on December 6 charged with not being at his place of abode and having articles on his person for use in connection with a theft namely gloves, torch and a hat on September 26 at Halsall.
PRIMARY school pupils in West Lancashire have hit the top of the tables in the latest Key Stage Two results – ranking as some of the best in the country.
A 14th CENTURY church has been forced to close after its spire was deemed unsafe following damage by high winds .
Year 6 girls from St Anne’s Catholic Primary school recently took part in a football tournament organised by Laura Goff and the Junior Sports Leaders at Ormskirk High School.
HOMES will be built on Green Belt land in West Lancashire despite passionate protests from the community.
DARRAN William Appleton, 44, of Crawford Road, Skelmersdale, pleaded guilty to producing a quantity of cannabis on July 2.
A FAMILY is celebrating after being reunited with their beloved Yorkshire terrier, Poppy, after she was snatched by dog-nappers.
A YOUNG Yorkshire terrier has been snatched from a Bickerstaffe boarding kennels.
THE chief executive of Lancashire County Council has been suspended following a investigation regarding a BT contract.
A PROTEST group has been set up to combat Local Plan proposals to earmark New Cut Lane for development.
THE chairman of the Foundation Trust of Ormskirk School has paid tribute to an old boy who died in the Second World War at a ceremony in Belgium.
SEWING is the new baking, if the BBC’s recent TV show ‘The Great British Sewing Bee’ is anything to go by!
POETS have created an anthology against proposed Green Belt development.
MODIFICATIONS to the Local Plan – West Lancashire’s planning strategy for the next 15 years – go out for a six-week public consultation today (June 27).