Please find all the latest news for Heskin below
999 BSL Service
999 BSL is a new emergency VRS service for Deaf DSL users to contact the emergency services through a British Sign Language (BSL) interpreter.
Heskin Parish Council Celebration
Building Work – Wood Lane
We have been advised that there will be building work commencing shortly on the land adjacent to the Farmers Arms Pub, in Heskin.
Access will be from Wood Lane. Therefore we advise everyone to take care at the junction and if you can let any friends and family, if applicable.
Heskin in the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries
Crunch Line Chronicles App
Best Kept Garden 2021
We would like to congratulate the winners for the Best Kept Front Garden 2021 – Well Done!
With the current changes occurring with suppliers and the ever increasing cost of gas and electricity, we understand that you might have worries or concerns about what to do for the best.
Please see attached the information from Citizens Advice.
The Parish Council has noted that some footpaths in the village are not accessible in the current situation, due to the proximity of residential properties.
However there are still many footpaths available for exercise and the Millennium Footpath Maps have been reproduced.
If you would like a free copy please contact the Clerk and one will be delivered to you.
Clerk – Mr Alan Whittaker – 01257 453456 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Friends Against Scams
Friends Against Scams is a National Trading Standards Scams Team initiative, which aims to protect and prevent people from becoming victims of scams by empowering people to take a stand against scams.
Please find below a link to information and advice about the latest scams going around.
If you need any help, please contact any parish councillor or the clerk.
Heskin Parish Council: The Early Years
This interesting leaflet about Heskin Parish Council has been written by local historian Alan Marsden.
If you would like a copy (it’s free of charge) please contact any Councillor or the Clerk and it will be delivered to you.
Town Lane Community Orchard
With the assistance of a grant from the Lancashire Environmental Fund the Parish Council, successfully completed the provision of a fruit orchard containing apples, pears, damsons and plums.
The fruit is available for residents to collect when it is ripe. Please feel free to visit the Community Orchard in Town Lane Field.
If you would like further assistance please feel free to contact any member of the Parish Council or Alan Whittaker.