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Taxpayers Market Walk has lost £2.38 million off its' value

From a freedom of information request submitted by campaigner and armchair auditor Peter Malpas, Chorley Council has revealed that the valuation of Chorley's Market Walk Shopping Centre has fallen by £2.38 million. It was first acquired by Chorley's Labour council in December 2013 for £23.341 mil

HGV frustrations for villagers

Buckshaw Village have again experienced HGV vehicles getting themselves stuck while trying to take shortcuts through the village. This is inspire of signs having been recently erected, making it quite clear that there is no HGV access. County Councillor Aidy Riggott commented:

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Becoming a dementia friend

In his new In Touch newsletter to residents, County Councillor Aidy Riggott wrote that he recently completed a training course to become a Dementia Friend and pledged to help raise awareness of the five key messages: