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North Meols 2008 News Archive
CCTV MAN ARRESTED

07/02/08

The police appeal to help trace the male identified in the CCTV photo (see 17th January below) has successfully led to an arrest.

DC Joe Murphy has today said that as a result of the coverage given to this in the media and the response from the public, the male in the photo has now been identified and arrested and the matter is currently being dealt with. The laptop has also been returned to its rightful owner.

LORD TRIMBLE BACKS LOCAL CONSERVATIVES

04/02/08

Lord Trimble pictured with Lorraine Fullbrook
Lord Trimble boosts Lorraine's Campaign to become next MP for Banks

Nobel Peace Prize Winner and former First Minister of Northern Ireland, Lord David Trimble was in Leyland last Thursday supporting the Conservative campaign to get Lorraine Fullbrook elected as the next MP for the South Ribble Constituency that includes Tarleton, Banks, Hesketh Bank and Rufford.

Lord Trimble spoke to over 100 local activists including a number of West Lancs Councillors at the Annual Chairman’s Dinner of the South Ribble Conservative Association held at the Wellington Park in Leyland. During his speech Lord Trimble explained that Mrs Fullbrook was someone he wanted to support, because having seen her in action he was convinced of the contribution she will make at Westminster. He also spoke at length about his experiences in Northern Ireland, and his new role as a Conservative member of the House of Lords.

Commenting after the dinner, Mrs Fullbrook the Conservative candidate for the South Ribble Parliamentary Constituency said.

“It was a great honour to have the support of Lord Trimble for my campaign – to have him here in Lancashire shows just how serious the Conservative Party is about winning back this seat at the next election.”

Lord Trimble and Lorraine Fullbrook are pictured with some of the Conservative activists who attended the dinner at which the Nobel Peace Prize Winner was the guest of honour.

FAZACKERLEY FAMILY HISTORY REQUEST

04/02/08

I am researching my family tree. My grandfather on my mum's side was Thomas Fazackerley who originally was born and lived down Blackgate Lane and who features in the Tarleton Rector's Letters section from during the war years. He then married Betty Bond from Holmeswood and they then lived down Sugar Stubbs Lane at Banks and then eventually moved to Glebe Lane at Banks. Can anyone provide me with more infomation about my grandfather's family? I know his mother was Elizabeth Fazackerley.

If anyone could contact me even with the smallest of information, I would be grateful. Please email jenpullin (at) btinternet.com

Kind Regards,
Jennifer Pullin

POLICE SEEK CCTV SUSPECT

17/01/08

West Lancs Police release CCTV image of suspected Burglar
CCTV picture of man wanted in connection with a burglary in Ormskirk
Police in West Lancashire have released a CCTV image of a man they want to question in relation to a burglary.

The burglary happened at approx 1am on the 15th December at Orme House in Ormskirk when the male gained entry to the premises and stole a Sony laptop.

DC Joe Murphy at Ormskirk CID commented, ”We have a clear CCTV image of the offender and are confident that someone will know him. I would urge members of the Public who may know this person to come forward and contact the police.”

Anyone with any information can contact Ormskirk CID on 01695 566442 or via Southern Communications Centre on 0845 1 25 35 45.

Information can also be given about crime anonymously by telephoning Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

POLICE "SPECIAL" EVENING

07/01/08

Find out more about becoming a Special at event to be held at Skelmersdale Police Station.

Members of the public that live in West Lancashire will have the chance to find out more about the Special Constabulary next week.

An event has been organised at Skelmersdale Police Station on Monday 14th January from 5.30pm – 8pm. The event will give Members of the Public the opportunity to find out more about the Special Constabulary, the work these officers carry out and the training they receive.

You will also be able to speak on a one to one basis with Specials already doing the role and will be offered a behind the scenes insight into the work of Special Constables. You will also be able to register your full details and take home a full application pack.

Anyone interested in attending these events need to report to the enquiry desk on arrival and if they need any further information they can contact Laura Hesketh on 01772 412127.

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