A round-up of news in brief from across Lancashire
New face on county’s beat
A new face starts on the beat in Lancashire this week as PCSO Terry Molloy takes over from PCSO Natalie Johnstone on the Over Wyre beat. PCSO Molloy, who lives in the area, has been a PCSO for 10 years. His new beat covers a large area, taking in Stalmine, Knott End, Preesall and Hambleton.
Licence review at city eatery
A license review of the Dixie Fried Chicken fast food premises, in Church Street, Preston, will be held at the Town Hall next Wednesday. The meeting begins at 10am.
Play area work is due to begin
Work to refurbish a Lancashire children’s playground will begin in the next two months. North Wales company Play and Leisure will do the work in Great Eccleston.
Festival plans get in swing
Plans are underway for the annual Penwortham Music Festival. The popular event, attracts musicians from across Lancashire and is one of the highlights on the musical calendar. It will be held in St Leonards’s CE Church in Marshall’s Brow from March 4 to Saturday March 9.