We want to help businesses train the workers of the future as well as giving older workers the skills they need in a changing economy. We’re doubling funding for apprenticeships to £2.45 billion by 2019-20.
At the moment, foreign individuals and companies who don’t live in the UK can buy homes as easily as people who actually live here - driving up house prices and making homes less affordable for ordinary people.
On recent summers Thursday evening, drivers and walkers on Bolton Road in Abbey Village will have been taking a double look as over 20 Morris Dancers with a twist filled the car park of the Hare and Hounds and performed for crowds for over two hours.
County Councillor Andrew Snowden has praised Brindle Village Show for another fantastic year. The show, which took place on 1st September 2018 at Brindle Community Hall, attracted entrants from across the Chorley area in a range of categories covering arts, crafts, baking and growing.
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