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Crook o'Lune Lunch Club

Over 55? Would you like to get out and meet people for company, a friendly chat and enjoy a good meal?
Come and join us at the Crook’O’Lune Lunch Club every Tuesday at the Scarthwaite Hotel in Caton. The lunch club meets from 12-noon till 2pm during which time we have a 2-course meal followed by tea/coffee and a raffle, all for £11.00p.
If you are interested and want more information, please contact: -
Ron Harris on 015242 71902 or 07867 532540

New parish councillor

  We are delighted to tell residents  that Emma Huddleston has been co-opted as a parish councillor.  There is still one vacancy on the Parish Council; if you are interested in becoming involved in our work do contact the Parish Clerk Gill Mason - 07882 949110.  E-mail -  catonparishcouncil@gmail.com

Our vicar is retiring!

Graham Pollitt, who has been vicar at St Paul's Church since 2004, is retiring at the end of January.  His last services will be on Sunday 29th January, with the 10am service being followed by a "Jacob's Join" lunch in the Church Hall.  Heartelt thanks to Graham and his family for all they have given us, and best wishes for their future iin their new home in South Lancaster.

Housing off Sycamore Road: Planning Application

A detailed application has now been submitted for 21 new houses to be built off Sycamore Road.  You can see all the paperwork on the Lancaster City Council website.  The reference number is 16/01603/FUL.

Key documents have been printed out and made available in a folder at the Victoria Institute.  All residents are entitled to comment, and can do so through the Lancaster City Council website.  If you need help to use the website, do ask at the Victoria Institute.

Have YOUR say on the future of our village

Thank you to everyone who responded to our surveys. However we are very disappointed with the low number of completed surveys. We have therefore decided to extend the deadline for completion to the 8th January 2017. Please complete a form either on line or in paper form.

We really do need your views in order to allow us to produce a Neighbourhood Plan which will truly reflect the wishes and feelings of the villagers of Caton with Littledale.

March Madness - A busy month of inter-school activities at Caton CPS

As you are reading this the children, staff and families will have been enjoying a well earned holiday, as well as remembering and celebrating Easter. This was marked in school by a lovely assembly by Alan Wadsworth and the class 1 children making their specially embroidered Easter cards. Their sewing skills were very impressive!

Places Available On Twinning Visit to Socx - 28th to 31st August

Our friends in Socx are looking forward to our next visit and have been making plans for our entertainment. They are hoping that their visit last year and the video quizzes which we have run during the year both for adults and in the schools will have encouraged more of you to consider visiting them. You can be sure of a warm welcome. The area is very close to action of the First World War and as we are remembering the centenary of the start of the war, a visit to one of the cemeteries or other places of interest might be on the cards.

Free Cash To Help Youth in the Parish

The Caton youth Club trustees will again have money available in July to help young people whether individuals or groups with the leisure time activities. This is on offer to young ones living in the Caton with Littledale parish and those interested should ask for details and obtain an application form from: Stephen Talbot -01524 812274.  talbotshome@gmail.com  Closing date for applications is 30th June 2014.

Three held after third raid on Caton Co-operative store

Three men were arrested following a police chase after the Co-op in Caton was burgled for the third time in a month.

A fourth is still being hunted by officers after the alarm at the Hornby Road store was activated at 1.20am on Tuesday.

Police raced to the scene and saw a red Seat Leon car speeding off.

Its details were circulated and it was spotted exiting the M6 at junction 31 where it joined the A59 and headed into Blackburn.

It sped off towards a housing estate where it was found abandoned.

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