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The Unfriendly Police & Crime Commissioner

“Here comes the policeman, The big friendly policeman, PC McGarry number 452. Lost dogs, thick fogs, Don't know what to do. Then get the policeman, The big friendly policeman.

Ribble Valley Conservatives call for ‘Emergency Summit’ with Lancashire Police & Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, Re-Opening of the Police Desk in Clitheroe & Re-Instatement of the Lancashire Police Helicopter Base at Warton

Sue Hind, Ribble Valley Borough Conservative Councillor for the Edisford Ward where the Spar Supermarket on Edisford Road was the subject of a Ram Raid where a Cash Machine in which it is thought tens of thousands of pounds were stolen, states, “The residents of Clitheroe feel panicked.

Would you have taken notice of the signage on Whalley Old Road warning of the hairpin bend on Painter Wood? Nor did the large number of HGV drivers who easily miss it on a regular basis. Local Councillor Calls for bigger and more prominent signage.

Ribble Valley Borough Councillor Ged Mirfin, who represents Billington in which Ward Painter Wood falls has published some photographs taken by local residents of the signage warning HGV Drivers of the upcoming hairpin bend at the entrance to the village.

Edisford Councillor, Sue Hind Calls for Extension of CCTV Cameras from Clitheroe Town Centre and More Regular Police Patrols following Tens of Thousands of pounds stolen from Spar cash machine using a JCB

Councillor Sue Hind, who represents Edisford & Low Moor on Ribble Valley Borough Council has called for an extension of CCTV Cameras along Edisford Road and More Regular Police Patrols following a ram raid at Spar on Edisford Road using a JCB n which it is thought tens of thousands of pounds