If you are interested please call in and see Anthony at the station, from 06:30 to 13:00 - Monday to Friday.

Alternatively, you may want to submit an E-petition online to the county council. This is the direct link: http://council.lancashire.gov.uk/mgEPetitionDisplay.aspx?id=13 Select ‘save Parbold Library’. Log in or register and sign the E-Petition. You can also search ‘Save Parbold Library e petition’

Local Bus services and Libraries To have your say about cuts to local bus services and proposals to close libraries go to www.lancashire.co.uk then 'budget proposal consultation' and 'Have your say'. You will then have a list including bus services and libraries. Other proposals are also there for you to consider including changes to museum services.

Thursday Lunch Club Unfortunately the AGEUK Thursday Lunch Club meeting at the WI has now closed. This is due to the ending of financial support from Lancashire County Council.  All those who attended regularly want to publicly thank Ann Pryer for her sterling work with the group since its origin.  The good news is the group has relocated the Farmers Arms Hilldale on alternate Thursdays. The next meeting is on the 5th May; more details from John Stewart 01257 462173

The earliest known reference to Parbold is in the late 12th century, where grants of land were made to nearby Burscough Priory (pronounced Bursk-owe).[7] After the Norman conquest, Parbold was part of the Barony of Manchester. Little development occurred from this time to the mid 18th century. Parbold became a civil parish in 1894.[7]

Another excellent review on Trip Advisor! Well done to the whole Stocks team, and thank you @Alfre_59 for your wonderful feedback - we're glad you had a great time and enjoyed the food!

map Red Lion (0.77 miles)To check availability and special internet rates click here The award winning the Best Western The Wrightington enjoys a rural setting yet is only a quarter-mile from exit 27 off the m6. Honored as ... More map book Briars Hall Hotel (2.72 miles)

Parbold lies in the valley of the River Douglas, at the bottom of Parbold Hill, about three miles west of junction 27 of the M6 motorway on the A5209. The village can also be reached by rail on the line from Manchester to Southport. Close to the village centre the Leeds and Liverpool Canal passes over the River Douglas. The nearest sizable towns are Skelmersdale (about 3 miles away 'as the crow flies'), Burscough (3½ miles), Ormskirk (6 miles), and Chorley (7 miles).

On this day: Battle of Fulford - 1066, Executions of Babington Plotters Begin - 1586, Battle of Newbury - 1st - 1643, QE2 Launched - 1967More dates from British history

Take a look at another one of our favourites on the menu; Pan fried duck breast served pink with herb rosti potato, redcurrant and cherry. Just £14!😍

Walk in Flu clinics - dates and times below of this year’s flu clinics

County - Lancashire | Map Tel code: 01257 | code search Postcode: L40 | code search Population: 2700 Parbold Jobs Visitor reportsAdd your shop freeFolk Customs:Holcombe Hill Egg Rolling Preston Gulid Saddleworth Rush Cart The Bacup Coco-Nutters

Unfortunately there is no funding currently for this work but I understand no budget is available at Hindley station and that looks fabulous, Parbold can compete.

Origanally an 18th century country manor house, Briars Hall has been lovingly restored and converted into a first class country hotel.Licenced for civil weddings,Set in 4 acres of stunning woodlands.The ... More map website Premier Inn Wigan North (3.49 miles)More Information

This website will show you all that's happening in Parbold and the latest news on our village community and events.  This website has been created specifically for residents and visitors of Parbold and surrounding villages to create an electronic hub for all that happens in our beautiful village.

Our Lady & All Saints RC Primary School Parbold Douglas C of E Primary School

Parbold Douglas Church of England Academy is an average sized primary school serving an affluent catchment area in the quiet and rural village of Parbold, nestled in the countryside of West Lancashire.

We are now taking bookings for Christmas and New Year. Call 01257 462874 to book your meal or party.

Please try out the new system if you experience any odours and could you feedback any comments on the reporting link directly to me so we can help improve the reporting procedure. 

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Parbold is a large commuter village and civil parish in the county of Lancashire, England.

Thank you so much to all those people who have signed the online petition or the petition in McColls to save our library. We now have over 1,200 signatures. Please make sure everyone in your household has signed.  Now we need to show how much our library means to us. Try to use it as frequently as you can.

Fly-tipping. If you think that waste has been disposed of illegally, then you can report it to WLBC either by phone on 01695 577177 (8.30 - 5.30, Mon to Fri) or on their website www.westlancs.gov.uk/flytipping

With the imminent closure of many libraries in Lancashire, it is important that we try and do whatever we can to save our library, which is a crucial part of the village community and is used and valued by all ages.

PARBOLD RESIDENTS FLOOD ACTION GROUP      If you see a blocked grid/gully please contact ros.wess@btinternet.com and give nearest address/lamp post number details.

Award winning chefs Mike Heap and Richard Simpson are dedicated to using only the finest, freshest locally sourced ingredients and preparing it using natural flair and innovation. Delivering beautiful cuisine for our customers.

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Here are a few pics of yours truly with the team, doing what builders do best: generating noise, dust and cheerful mayhem as we move towards completion date for the new Windmill Brewery. From concrete floors to steel reinforced mezzanines, […]

The 210 acres (85 ha) of the 'urban settlement' of Parbold has a population of 2,700, reducing to 2,582 at the 2011 Census.[1] This settlement forms part of the larger Parbold ward (pop. 3,890),[2] reducing to 3,784 at the 2011 Census[3] one of 25 wards that make up West Lancashire Borough Council.

West Lancashire is also divided into 19 parish councils, the first tier of local government. Parbold Parish Council is bordered by the Hilldale Parish in the north, Wrightington in the east, Dalton in the south and Newburgh in the west.

Odour reporting system for Parbold residents. As some of you may know United Utilities at Hoscar have been working to improve the odour reporting system for Parbold residents.  They now have a direct email link which allows them to see every complaint in real time but it is still in the testing stage and has some limitations.  However they are happy to share it with us and hope, that in future, residents will use it each and every time they experience offensive odours.

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Parbold's war memorial is in the local Anglican church, Christ Church, near the top of Parbold Hill. The village's other church – Our Lady and All Saints – was consecrated by Bishop Robert Cornthwaite on 28 May 1884.[9]

Also significant to Parbold's heritage is Wood Lane, just off the main road, and which arguably boasts some of the best views of the surrounding countryside.

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Selection of Beef, Lamb or Turkey with seasonal vegetables every Sunday from 12pm

An annual fell race is run over Parbold Hill.[14] The 6¾ mile course includes tracks, roads and farmers’ fields. Runners can expect ".. mud and a large amount of climbing". In 2010 the race celebrated its 40th anniversary.

When it (the link) is used it will provide more targeted and consistent information which will help us understand more precisely what is happing, why and to help us tackle the underlying causes." http://unitedutilities.odour.sgizmo.com/s3/