Legislation and Hedge Cutting

Now is the time to consider tackling unruly hedges and shrubs as the bird nesting season begins to waiver. Some breeds build their nests in domestic hedges and countryside hedge rows, and are protected by law please visit http://hedgeline.org.uk The WCA (Wildlife and Countryside Act) of 1981 stipulates that certain hedges and shrubs may only […]

Summer for Canine Companions

Have you thought about how humidity and heat affects a dog, your canine companion? We strolled to Bidlea Dairy this week. They always have a fresh bowl of water and shade for me, and decent milk and ice-cream for my owner. Quotes Miss Topaz, the owner of Miss Sarah McNaught, who thinks she is in […]

ONE-WAY STYSTEM AT MOUNT PLEASANT

The work on developing nine more park homes at Mount Pleasant Residential Park is steadily coming together. The former Bates family home was demolished in Spring, along with residents garages to make space for more homes of varying sizes, by Tingdene. It is thought that a one-way-system will be included to control the entrance and […]

Congestion At Mount Pleasant Residential Park

Access to Mount Pleasant Residential Park is compromised. Be careful! Recently an ambulance could not attend to an emergency there last week, due to access, and exit issues and another ambulance could not reach an incident last night on Mount Pleasant Residential Park. The site homes vulnerable and elderly people. The speed limit through Goostrey […]

Scam Alerts

I am avoiding some online fraudsters. Why? Because a trusted organisation has taken money from a bank account and failed to deliver the item. Please share your comments with us to put a stop to such immoral action, if you have been a witness to being ‘Ripped Off’. Most of us work hard and fair […]

URGENT WARNING TO GOOSTREY RESIDENTS

Dear Sarah Mcnaught, Please would you put up a warning notice on Love Goostrey that anybody who uses the footpath that runs between the Red Lion and Blackden Firs, must NOT CROSS THE BRIDGE at the bottom of the valley. It is collapsing into the stream.   Thank you, Griselda Garner