BRIERCLIFFE: Collecting artefacts and memories at Queen Street Mill

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MUSICAL EVENING – Hetton & Rylestone Choir will present a musical evening at Hill Lane Baptist Church on Friday, June 17th, at 7-30 p.m. Refreshments will be served. For details ring 01282 623805 or visit www.HillLaneBaptist.org,uk

HOTPOTS & SHUTTLES – This evening is part of the All Things Lancashire celebration. It consists of a tour, guided by Conrad Varley and Roger Frost, of Queen Street Mill Textile Mill Museum and includes a cotton weaving demonstration followed by a traditional Lancashire hotpot supper. Afterwards, there will be performances by Sid Calderbank and The Lancashire Society. Hotpots & Shuttles starts at 7 p.m. and tickets are £10. Ring 01282 412555 to book.

COLLECTING HISTORY – Staff at the Museum of Lancashire are looking for objects, photos and real life stories around the themes of journeys, food, leisure and dialects. They are holding a collecting day at Queen Street Mill Textile Museum, Harle Syke, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 11th. Take along objects and photos or family recipes. For details ring Kim Klug 01772 790832.

PACT PRIORITIES – At the last meeting of Briercliffe Parish Council, the monthly Police And Communities Together priorities were agreed. They are: parking around Briercliffe Primary School especially parking near the lollipop man in Burnley Road and in Kimberley Close; the continuation of police patrols in Standen Hall Drive; and patrols in the Red Spar Road area where there has been damage to cars.

COLD CALLERS – The parish council has supported Coun. Dave Thomas’s suggestion a No Cold Calling Zone be set up in the Red Spar Road area.

COUNCIL WEBSITE – Coun. Prince gave a report on the parish council’s website. The most popular page is the councillors’ page which is being updated. It was decided the monthly police report should be uploaded as well as application forms for funding and allotments.

ALLOTMENTS’ MANAGER – The parish council has appointed John Greenwood as allotments’ manager in a voluntary capacity. If a payment is subsequently agreed the position will be advertised. The Allotment Society will be contacted for two representatives to attend Allotment Committee meetings.

GARAGES – Planning permission from the parish council is needed to build new garages in Harrison Street. This was negotiated with Burnley Council, as the planning authority, some years ago. The parish council and applicants will be charged about £50 for the necessary permission. The clerk has details.