Lancashire County Council are committed to providing the best services they can to the people of Lancashire, particularly to the most vulnerable in our communities. However the council's financial position remains extremely challenging, with a forecasted funding gap of £144m in 2021/22. Because of this, they still need to make some difficult decisions in order to make further savings.
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Like many councils across the country, Lancashire County Council continues to face an unprecedented financial challenge due to continued funding cuts by Government, rising costs and rising demand for the services we provide.
Please be informed that Sough Park will be closed until further notice whilst the new slide is installed.
We apologise for any inconvenience.
Please note that Sough Park will be closed on Friday to allow for the installation of the Inclusive slide.
On Thursday 29th March at 11:00am, Rev. Hugh Fielden will lead prayers before the raising of the RAF Flag, at Earby Bus Station.
Please gather on Clarets Corner before 11:00am, everyone is welcome to join us for a brief service and coffee afterwards in the Council Rooms.
This is an upcoming community event, which is part of a partnership between BBPendle, St Luke’s Church Brierfield and the Free Spiritual Centre. The ‘Faith, Music and Community’ event is inviting people to come together in the spirit of celebrating diversity and making a difference for the local community.
The Great British Spring Clean is a campaign with a simple aim: to bring people across the country together to clear up the litter that blights our towns, villages, countryside and beaches.
An inclusive slide could be installed in Sough Park next year with help from the public.
Earby is now one step closer to installing a new inclusive slide in Sough Park after a series of successful grant applications by Councillor Ian Lyons who is managing the project on behalf of Earby Town Council.