The Educational Institute on Church Hill hosts numerous local groups as well as one-off events as any of you will know. It is managed by a committee of volunteers and, to enable them to maintain this wonderful 150 year old organisation, they need more A.E.I. members to join
To find out more call 01524 762828 (Tuesdays and Thursdays 10am – 12 noon), email: firstname.lastname@example.org or click here
Do you have any ongoing neighbourhood problems in your area that you would like the Police to consider? Or would you like to meet the Police to discuss them in person?
Local Police invite all residents of Arnside, Milnthorpe, Kirkby Lonsdale and Sedbergh to fill out the linked community survey before 22nd February 2024.
The Arnside post code (LA5) does not appear on the drop-down menu currently. They hope to have the issue resolved early next week. In the mean time the residents of Arnside can select the LA7 postcode and then add the full details of the actual location, including the town of Arnside and the correct post code and they’ll pick it up when the results come in.
This is a seasonal position from 1st April to 31st October 2024. The successful applicant will operate the tidal siren at Arnside to alert members of the public to the imminent high tide, so must be reliable and live locally to Arnside. Working hours are dependent on the tidal conditions so will be flexible to meet the needs of the service.
The post holder should have the following:
A good level of education including C grade GCSE or equivalent in English and Maths.
Experience in a safety-related role or in which they have had experience in public safety..
Be able to calculate the times at which the siren should be sounded using the tide timetables available.
Effective interpersonal, communication and persuasive skills.
Sustainable Arnside is gathering strength and gathering a small fan club since supporting the ‘Retrofit made Easy’ event, arranged by Helen Chaffey and CAfS. It was a tremendous success and Paul Bates, the Chairman, introduced the Group to the large audience.
The audience was given the opportunity to have their say as to what they would like the group to focus on as, with so much that could be done, it was felt that local residents should be the guide.
A questionnaire completed at the meeting gave important feedback, and. with that feedback in mind, they can now make plans for the future.
As their first initiative, Sustainable Arnside is delighted to offer Arnside residents and visitors the opportunity to recycle pens and other writing implements. All spent pens and correction fluid can now be recycled at. Arnside Fish and Chip shop, who have kindly provided a collection point at their premises.
A plastic collection box can be found just beyond the takeaway entrance on the wall, close to the tin foil/can recycling bin. Its clearly labelled (see below) showing a list of what is accepted and what is not. For full details see poster below.