It gives me great pleasure to introduce the Brindle Parish Council website.

The aim of the site is to keep parishioners informed of the Council's activities and proceedings. Also, the site provides an archive of minutes and other Parish Council documents. We will undertake to keep the site up to date and relevant.

The Parish Council Meetings are held about every 6 weeks at 7-30pm on a Monday at various venues around the parish

Members of the public can attend so please come along to see what we do for the parish.

We also want to hear your views on the site, the good, the bad, the missing, the irrelevant. Please pass your views to the Webmaster or any Parish Councillor.

Darren Cranshaw


Parish Council News

The November meeting was held on the 4th of November and was attended by a number of residents. The Chairman reported on the Denham Quarry/Trialing issue. The demonstration day had been cancelled and the Chairman was to hold a meeting with Chorley Borough to reach a permanent understanding. The Chairman thanked all those who had supported the Parish Council in it's determination to preserve Denham Quary as a peaceful nature reserve.

The Chairman further reported on the Best Kept Village Competition. The Chairman dfisplayed the Alan Wisdom Trophy awarded for second place in the Small Village section.

The Police circulated the latest newsletter for September and October, there had been two reported crimes during that period.

The council then discussed various highway and planning matters.

The Clerk reported on the financial estimates for next year. The Chairman called for thoughts on what projects might be undertaken by the next meeting in January, so that these could be included within the estimates.

The Clerk reported that the PCC had invited the Parish Council to lay a wreath at the Remembrance Sunday Service.The Clerk would also arrange for Water Street to be swept before the event.

Following representations from the Parish Council BT had agreed to clean both the Top o'th Lane and Water Street phone boxes.

Please view the draft minutes for a full report on the meeting.

The "In The Know" newsletter can be seen on Police website or click here

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