The Council is to renew lighting columns in a number of Low Fell streets in 2019. The new columns will be taller order to improve light dispersal. The streets receiving new columns are Arundel Gardens, Beacon Street, Beaconsfield Avenue, Beaconsfield Crescent, Church Road, Clement Street, Cross Keys Lane, Derwent Gardens, Egremont Gardens, Florence Avenue, Grove Road, Harcourt Park, Harcourt Street, Hill Top Gardens, Kellfield Road, Lowrey’s Lane, Melrose Avenue, Primrose Gardens, Rock Grove, Rosslyn Avenue, Villa View, Weathercock Lane and Wilson’s Lane. Work will start in the New Year. Columns will normally remain in their current locations though some will be moved to the rear of the footpath.
Hundreds of residents joined in today’s Act of Remembrance in Low Fell. We would like to thank all of them.
You may have noticed a number of bus stops have been vandalised in Low Fell and Deckham lately. We have been informed that the police have now arrested two individuals in connection with this.
Low Fell’s Summer Fayre, organised by the Low Fell Forum, will take place on Saturday, 30th June from 12 noon to 4pm in Kells Lane Park. There will be lots of entertainment, many stalls, and refreshments.
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Susan Craig has been re-elected as the Lib Dem Councillor for Low Fell. The results were:
Susan Craig, Liberal Democrat Focus Team 1615 (50.5%)
Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition 32 (1.0%)
Labour Party 1073 (33.6%)
Green Party 134 (4.2%)
Conservative Party Candidate 341 (10.7%)
Susan said ”Thank you to everyone who took part and voted. We are very grateful to have won and will keep working hard and standing up for Low Fell”.