Dangerous Trees

Trees on waste ground that had grown too tall,

making them a danger to nearby houses,

have been taken down by Calico's Tree Surgeon

after members of Neighbourhood Watch alerted Calico

Thank You Calico


Road Safety Concerns

Brunshaw Primary & Nursery Schools 

Lancashire County Council Safer Travel Advisor

Pauline Thompson 


Thanks to Calico


Job Done        

Mud on Downham Grove

from this........

to this

Spring on Wycoller Avenue


Delivered to PACT Meeting March 2012

Brunshaw Ward Councillors 

Contact details

We leave policing to the Police, simply working with the

Police's LOGGING SYSTEM and discussions at PACT  Meetings,

along with staying in dialogue with the Council, the CVS,

the Safety Services, Calico, etc., who are the responsible Bodies

for getting things done in our area. 

Our NHW aim has been to work with a Scheme that enables us to safely talk together, with a background ethos that we all want to move forward to give the area in which we live the freedom of a Well-Being feeling.

When the News Reporter visited our area in July 2014, this is exactly what she personally experienced.

She spoke of this good feeling on Radio Lancashire.

Have been highlighted in the vicinity of

Neighbourhood Watch facilitated a meeting between concerned parents


Proposals include:-

         Renewing yellow zig-zags outside school

         Involving children at school with a Road Safety Campaign

        A possible long term solution to create a  one-way drop-off zone for parents who have to bring children to school by car

           LCC & United utilities found this area had drains blocked by grease and rags.

                          They have cleared them on the 29th March. 

  Many thanks to Linda White for spearheading this toward getting it sorted, and to Calico, United Utilities and LCC  for all your help.


                                                   Councillor Tony Harrison 07817 467 471

                                                   Councillor Lian Pate 07949 120 817

                                                   Councillor Mark Townsend 07531 481 917

Safety on Wycoller Park

Residents have, for some while, been concerned about the unlit path

leading up from the bus stop on Brunshaw Avenue through the park

to houses on Wycoller Avenue and beyond.

Neighbourhood Watch suggested lighting bollards to make it safer,

and has been active in persuading the council to do something.

The photos show the new lamp posts now in place to brighten the path.

Thanks to Councillor Mark Townsend for his help in this matter.


Calico have also agreed a monthly grass maintenance plan to keep the area tidy

As a NHW we major on Community Cohesion and doing sociable events with neighbours, so to create a strong bond together.


Long standing Spring dealt with at top of Culshaw Street