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Update - wall by the River Ribble

Residents will recall that the parish council has been consistently lobbying Lancashire County Council to commit to repairing the wall (damaged by Storm Ciara in early 2020) which runs along Clitheroe Rd adjacent to the River Ribble.

Confirmation has now been received from LCC that they are "going to be repairing the walls that retain the highway on the approach to the bridge". This work is currently scheduled to take place in June 2021, but this date would appear to be flexible as it is dependent upon other factors (such as the need to co-ordinate the repair work with other activities).

No other detail is known at this stage, but the parish council is hopeful that this is a positive sign. Members will continue to monitor the situation and update residents as more information becomes available.

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