Parish Council Information 

The Parish Council holds regular meetings throughout the year, usually at 6-8 week intervals.  Meetings are usually held on a Wednesday evening beginning at 7.30 pm in either the pavilion or the Rimington Memorial Institute.. A section of the meeting, towards the beginning of the meeting, is open to public participation. Members of the public who wish to speak at any length on a particular issue are requested to contact the Clerk in advance of the meeting.

More about the Parish Council ...

Agendas and approved Minutes from Parish Council meetings are shown separately in the appropriate section of the website.

The Parish Council’s responsibilities include:

Determining the annual precept and supervising any expenditure of Parish Council funds.

Commenting to Ribble Valley Borough Council’s Planning Department on all planning applications proposed for development within the Parish boundaries. More on planning ...

Reviewing central and local government consultation documents for their potential impact on the Parish.

Acting as a conduit to the District and County Councils on matter which may affect or be of concern to parishioners.

Reporting of Highways Issues

Parishioners may report faults to the highways such as potholes, flooding, overhanging vegetation or other hazards directly via Love Clean Streets App. There is no need to ask a Parish Councillor to do this; any resident can access the app.

In order to report a matter you will need to know the name of the road where the issue has arisen or the postcode. The reported issue will be allocated a number, which you should retain and the number can then be used to look up on the same app, after a suitable time has elapsed, to see what progress has been made with the issue.

Lancs Highways Report It website