Issue 43 - FRIENDS OF BUCSHAW VILLAGE

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Welcome to Issue 43 of the ‘Friends of Buckshaw Village’ community magazine; how are we in March?

This months cover picture was submitted in last years Photographic Competition by our winner, James Collier. It’s a fantastic photo and shows Buckshaw’s natural beauty through our wildlife perfectly.

We’re delighted to bring you a number of new advertisers again this month, including Sleepy Hollow, Buckshaw’s, Derian House, Darren Eckton Electrical and many more, plus all of our wonderful returning advertisers.

Happy Mother’s Day to all of our female readers. This year we thought we’d celebrate this special day with something light-hearted. Have a look on pages 30 & 31; you might find out something you didn’t know! We’ve also included some great Mother’s Day gift ideas, so if you’re stuck, we’re here to help!

After how well last month’s article went down, our good friends at Inspire Youth Zone are back speaking to one of their young members, letting us know what they get up to. This month we’re chatting to Jason Bryers.

Our monthly columnists Graham Hurst and Rebecca Clarke bring you thoughts on becoming vegan or vegetarian, the importance of keeping your diet simple and making sure you can still enjoy your life.

If you’d like to benefit from advertising your company to thousands of readers each month in Buckshaw, Whittle-le-Woods, Euxton and surrounding areas, contact us now. Likewise, if you contact a company in this magazine, don’t forget to tell them where you saw their advert.

Your support is invaluable in sustaining and growing your community magazine. We’re much more than a magazine full of adverts; we’re a magazine you keep and refer to, and we know that because you tell us!

We hope you enjoy this month’s magazine!

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FRIENDS OF

Buckshaw Village

March 2019

Issue 43

KFC is coming to Buckshaw

Village! - Update

Page 4

Help Ben to raise money for

the North West Air Ambulance

Page 32

Inspire Youth Zone’s Young

Voice - Jason Bryers

Page 40 & 41

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Useful Numbers

Doctors 01772 214444

Emergency Doctors 111

Dentist 01772 451655

RMG Ltd 0345 002 4444

Rimmers Chemist 01772 452341

Envirocare 0800 082 3329

Community Centre

Bookings

01772 623969

Chorley Borough Council 01257 515151

(CBC out of hours number) 01257 515142

South Ribble Council 01772 421491

(SRC out of hours number) 01772 625499

Buckshaw Trinity School 01772 624416

Chorley Police 01257 246225

Our Thoughts

Welcome to Issue 43 of the ‘Friends of Buckshaw

Village’ community magazine; how are we in March?

This months cover picture was submitted in last years

Photographic Competition by our winner, James

Collier. It’s a fantastic photo and shows Buckshaw’s

natural beauty through our wildlife perfectly.

We’re delighted to bring you a number of new

advertisers again this month, including Sleepy Hollow,

Buckshaw’s, Derian House, Darren Eckton Electrical

and many more, plus all of our wonderful returning

advertisers.

Happy Mother’s Day to all of our female readers. This

year we thought we’d celebrate this special day with

something light-hearted. Have a look on pages 30 &

31; you might find out something you didn’t know!

We’ve also included some great Mother’s Day gift

ideas, so if you’re stuck, we’re here to help!

After how well last month’s article went down, our

good friends at Inspire Youth Zone are back speaking

to one of their young members, letting us know what

they get up to. This month we’re chatting to Jason

Bryers.

Our monthly columnists Graham Hurst and Rebecca

Clarke bring you thoughts on becoming vegan or

vegetarian, the importance of keeping your diet

simple and making sure you can still enjoy your life.

If you’d like to benefit from advertising your company

to thousands of readers each month in Buckshaw,

Whittle-le-Woods, Euxton and surrounding areas,

contact us now. Likewise, if you contact a company in

this magazine, don’t forget to tell them where you

saw their advert.

Your support is invaluable in sustaining and growing

your community magazine. We’re much more than a

magazine full of adverts; we’re a magazine you keep

and refer to, and we know that because you tell us!

We hope you enjoy this month’s magazine!

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Key Sections

KFC Update

What’s On

Buckshaw Bites

Puzzle Corner

Harry Longworth

Green Man Marketing

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Inspire’s Young Voice

Puzzle Answers

Opening Hours

Directory


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Community Article

KFC opens its doors on Monday 11th March!

We recently spoke with Lynsey, Operations Leader

at KFC who was very excited to provide us with an

update as to how the new store is progressing and

when they’ll be opening.

Lynsey has also very kindly taken some images on

the site which we have included above so we can

see how everything is looking.

Here’s what Lynsey had to say:

”Work is progressing well on our newest KFC in

Buckshaw Village and the team are working hard to

get us ready to open the doors on Monday 11th

March. You will probably see us in store having a

practice run the weekend before with our friends

and family.

So, who are we?

We sell the Colonels Finger Lickin’ Chicken and are

proud to be part of this amazing global brand, but

we are also a local business! We are a KFC Franchise

that has operated in North West for 40 years.

Buckshaw Village will be our 22nd store! We have

our Head Office in Lostock Hall in Preston and you

may have sampled our chicken at our Chorley store.

Buckshaw is in the heart of our business and we are

so proud to be opening this store!

Meet the Team

Our Restaurant Manager is

Nick and he is super excited!

He is not on his own we are all

right behind him! But

especially his Area Manager,

Ian and Kate our HR Leader

who are pictured above, along

with myself on the right hand

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side. Kate knows what it takes to make a new store

successful; she opened our Chorley store when she

was a Store Manager.

New design and a new team

It will be the very latest KFC design; you will see lots

of cool features, a homage to our Founder Colonel

Sanders, and a few hidden chickens!

We have got 33 new team members and most of

them live on Buckshaw, so you will see plenty of

familiar faces in the store! They are all in training in

our local stores, learning everything from operating

the Drive Thru to making burgers to making our

famous gravy!

We have cooks learning how to make the chicken

just like the Colonel did. We hand-bread every piece

of chicken fresh in store, so lots to learn for these

new cooks. We pride ourselves on cooking it with

the same passion as Colonel Sanders did.

And before you ask…. No, I don’t know the Secret

Recipe!

Our team are our Secret 12th Ingredient and we are

building an awesome team for Buckshaw Village. It

isn’t too late to join us, we still have some vacancies.

Drop Nick a note to our recruitment email

buckshaw.kfc@gmail.com

We are bringing the whole team and all our passion

for the brand, and we can’t

wait to meet you all!”

We’d like to thank

Lynsey for this update

and welcome KFC to the

village. We can’t wait

for the store to open!


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MARCH

Semi-Quavers Baby & Toddler Group

Every Tuesday in term time

10.30am - 12.15pm

Buckshaw Village Community Centre

Music group with activities for babies and toddlers.

Cost: £2.00

Knit & Natter

Every Wednesday

10.15am - 12pm

The Grange, Buckshaw Village

Knit, natter, play games or just socialise with the

residents.

Sporting Memories

Every Wednesday

1.30pm - 3.00pm

Victory Park Social Club, Chorley, PR7 3DU

FREE to attend Sporting Reminiscence Sessions.

Big O’s Toddler Group

Every Thursday in term time

10.00am - 11.45am

Buckshaw Village Community Centre

Fun playgroup session for babies to pre-school ages.

Knit & Natter

Every Friday

2.00pm onwards

Euxton Library

Come along for an afternoon with coffee, knitting

and a chat.

Buckshaw Village Church

Every Sunday

10.30am - 12.00pm

Buckshaw Village Community Centre

All welcome for a wonderful morning spent with a

diverse group of people praising the Lord.

Scottish Country Dancing

Every Sunday

2.30pm - 4.30pm

Euxton Community Centre

Keep fit both mentally and physically. Make new

friends. No partner needed. The class is aimed at

beginners so new people are more than welcome to

come along, suitable for adults and 11-18 year olds

who are accompanied by an adult.

For more info ring Joan and John on 01257 278400

JoanRSCDS@uwclub.net.

Pancake Day/Shrove Tuesday

Tuesday 5th March

This was traditionally the last day of feasting before

the Christian event of Lent begins the following

day, Ash Wednesday. Pancake day is always 47

days before Easter, which is why the date changes

each year. How do you like yours?

Understanding & Coping With

Anxiety: For Young People

Wednesday 6th March

6.30pm - 9.00pm

Chorley Library

Psychologists & Authors of 'My Anxiety Handbook',

Sue Knowles and Bridie Gallagher will spend the

evening talking about anxiety, its effects, guidance

on coping strategies and support.

If you wish to attend an event, please check directly with the organisers to confirm the times and dates as we

wouldn’t want you to miss out! All opening times and contact details should be used as a guide only.

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International Women’s Day - Page 23

Friday 8th March

Better the balance, better the world. How will you

celebrate women's achievements on Friday 8th,

while calling for a more gender-balanced world?

Planning is underway by groups worldwide.

In 2001, internationalwomensday.com was launched

to celebrate the achievements of women and

continue to call for gender parity.

Carnations and Grasses Do Mix

Friday 8th March

Starts at 7.30pm

Leyland, Gardening Society, Halls for All at St.

Ambrose, Moss Lane, Leyland, PR25 4X

There is a charge of £1.00 per member (Non

members £2.00) each meeting, which includes

tea/coffee and biscuits. New members and visitors

are always welcome.

Membership of the Society costs £10 per annum per

person. For more details, contact Ione or Derek

Westall on 01772 587945 or

derek.westall@tiscali.co.uk

Coffee Morning

Saturday 9th March

10.30am - 11.30am

Euxton Library

Guest speaker Ian Bagshaw will give you an insight

into Royal Mail, how they operate and the secret

language of postcards, no booking required so

please just pop along.

Discover the 5 ways to Wellbeing

Wednesday 13th March

9.30am - 11.30am

Euxton Library

This session will provide learners with the

opportunity to find out about The 5 Ways to

Wellbeing and to take part in a series of wellbeing

activities that are linked to the themes of: Connect,

Be Active, Take Notice, Keep Learning & Give.

Roadworks in Whittle-le-woods

Monday 18th - Tuesday 19th March

Chorley Old Road will be closed between 111 and

146 to enable repair works to take place.

What’s Your Story, Chorley? Page 28

Saturday 30th March

11.00am - 4.00pm

A Number of Venues in Chorley including:

● Union Street Civic Offices

● Chorley Library

● Ebb and Flow Bookshop

● Goodies Coffee Shop

● Rosie Posies

● Chorley Little Theatre

● St Laurence’s Church

What’s Your Story, Chorley? is organised by a group

of dedicated volunteers and Chorley Council, and is

based on a similar concept to Chorley Live.

It gives authors, writers and story tellers the chance

to showcase their craft in a range of venues in

Chorley town centre.

Meet the authors and get a chance to develop your

writing skills, listen to poetry or watch dramatic

presentations and so much more!

For more information, please visit:

checkoutchorley.com/whatsyourstory or see their

Facebook page

Mother’s Day/Mothering Sunday

Sunday 31st March

We’d like to wish all of the women of Buckshaw

including Mum’s, Nan’s & Grandma’s a very Happy

Mother’s Day/Mothering Sunday!

Mother's Day comes once a year.

We buy our mothers flowers and cards, to let them

know how much we love and appreciate them.

If you’re a bit stuck for gift ideas for Mother’s Day

this year and want to do something a bit different

than the usual flowers and a card, then we’re here

to help! - Head to page 46.

How will you be celebrating this special day?

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monthly calendar for FREE read by over 15,000 people each month!

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With Spring soon upon us, we felt some Springthemed

recipes would be perfect this month!

Parmesan Spring Chicken

Send us your

favourite recipe and

it could be in our

next issue!

Ingredients

1 egg white, 5 tbsp finely grated parmesan, 4 boneless skinless chicken

breasts, 400g new potatoes cut into small cubes, 140g frozen peas, a

good handful baby spinach leaves, 1 tbsp white wine vinegar, 2 tsp

olive oil.

Method

1. Heat grill to medium and line the grill pan with foil. Beat the egg

white on a plate with a little salt and pepper, and put the parmesan on

another plate. Then dip the chicken breasts first in the egg white, then in the cheese.

2. Grill the coated chicken for 10-12 minutes, turning once, until browned and crisp.

3. Meanwhile, boil the potatoes for 10 minutes, adding the peas for the final 3 minutes, then drain.

4. Toss the vegetables with the spinach leaves, vinegar and oil, and season to taste. Divide between four

warm plates, then serve with the chicken.

Hot Cross Bread & Lemon Pudding

Ingredients

4 stale hot cross buns, knob of butter (for the dish), 200g lemon curd, 2 large eggs, 200ml double cream,

200ml milk, ½ tsp vanilla extract, 4 tbsp caster sugar, little lemon zest, cream or vanilla ice cream to

serve.

Method

1. Butter a 1-litre baking dish that will quite snugly fit the buns. Cut each bun

into 3 slices, add a generous spread of lemon curd to each slice then

sandwich back together. Arrange the buns in the dish.

2. Whisk the egg, cream, milk and remaining lemon curd together, then sieve

into a jug with the vanilla extract and 3 tbsp of the sugar. Pour over the buns

and stand at room temperature for 30 minutes for the custard to soak in.

3. Heat oven to 160C/140C fan/ gas 3, then scatter the remaining sugar and

lemon zest over the pudding. Bake for 30-40 minutes until the top is golden and the custard

gently set. Stand for 5 minutes, then serve with cream or vanilla ice cream.

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F A M I L Y B O A D F T E A N F I V U Y

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Community Article

Vegan & Vegetarian – What’s the big deal?

Currently there seems to be an almost

meteoric rise in the number of vegans and

vegetarians, with one in eight people now

identifying as either, and with the passing of

‘Veganary’ I suspect that this rise will continue

– but why is there so much focus on this way

of eating?

Despite the ever-present ethical issues, many

people are now becoming aware of the health

benefits of reducing their meat intake (not to

mention the money saving!) and obtaining

their protein from plant-based sources.

However, we have been programmed to think

that protein can only be obtained from meat

and, whilst all the essential components can be

found in animal products, consuming a variety

of plant-based proteins such as beans and

lentils can be just as beneficial, if not better.

There is a wealth of quality evidence

identifying that following the reduction of

animal protein and increasing plant-based

proteins blood pressure, heart disease,

digestive disorders and mental issues, plus

many more health conditions, can all be

improved.

My advice is to heed the quality evidence

available and look to reducing your

consumption of animal-based protein to 2-3

meals per week.

If you need any evidence that a predominantly

plant-based diet can build healthy, strong

mammals just look to the elephant, gorilla and

rhino!

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Community Article

International Women’s Day, Friday 8th March

2019 - #BalanceforBetter

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International Women’s Day is held on 8 March each

year, but what’s it all about?

International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating

the social, economic, cultural and political

achievements of women, and marks a call for action

for accelerating gender parity. But where did it start?

In 1908 there was great unrest amongst women about

oppression and inequality. 15,000 women marched

through New York City demanding shorter hours,

better pay and voting rights, and on 28 February 1909

the first National Woman's Day (NWD) was held in

America and was celebrated until 1913.

In 1910 over 100 women from 17 countries attended

an International Conference of Working Women in

Copenhagen, and an annual International Women's

Day was suggested. The women unanimously

approved this and International Women's Day began.

On 19 March 1911, International Women's Day was

honoured for the first time in Austria, Denmark,

Germany and Switzerland; more than a million women

and men attended rallies campaigning for women's

rights to work, vote, hold public office and end

discrimination.

On the eve of World War 1, Russian women observed

their first International Women's Day, and in the same

year it was moved to 8 March.

In 1914 women across Europe held rallies to

campaign against the war, and marched from Bow to

Trafalgar Square in London in support of women's

suffrage. Sylvia Pankhurst was arrested on her way to

speak in Trafalgar Square.

response to over 2 million Russian soldiers dying in

the war led to the Czar abdicating and women being

given the right to vote.

The United Nations celebrated International Women's

Day for the first time in 1975, and in 1977 the General

Assembly declared a United Nations Day for Women’s

Rights & International Peace.

In 2001, internationalwomensday.com was launched

to celebrate the achievements of women and

continue to call for gender parity.

Today we see more women in the boardroom, greater

equality in legislation and an increase of women as

role models, but as press coverage often shows, there

is still inequality and injustice.

However, great improvements have been made; we

have female astronauts and prime ministers, women

can work and have a family, women have real choices.

We can all do our bit to ensure that the future for girls

is bright, equal, safe and rewarding.

This years theme is #BalanceforBetter, calling for a

more gender-balanced world. Better the balance,

better the world.

Gender balance is

essential for

economies and

communities to thrive.

So let’s do what we

can to truly make a

positive difference to

women everywhere.

In February 1917, a strike by Russian women in

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Typically you’d associate March with Mother’s Day, but how well

do you know other events that happen in March?

Our ‘What Happened on this Day’ Calendar Quiz, tests your

knowledge. Good Luck!

No Cheating! Answers on page 45

1. 2nd March 1979 - The Bank of England

issued the first one-pound what?

Test Your Knowledge!

5. 12th March - What year was Coca-Cola first

bottled and sold?

2. 3rd March 1939 - Which country did Gandhi

begin a hunger strike in?

6. 16th March 1872 - Which football team won

the first ever FA Cup?

3. 7th March 1876 - Alexander Graham Bell is

granted a patent for his invention of what?

7. 26th March 1934 - What was introduced for

drivers to ensure their safety?

4. 9th March 1959 - Barbie makes her debut at

a Toy Fair in which American state?

8. 29th March - Which year was the first samesex

marriage performed in England & Wales?

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Community Article

What’s Your Story, Chorley?

On Sunday 30th March, there’s a very special event happening.

What’s Your Story, Chorley? is organised by a group of dedicated volunteers and Chorley Council, and is based on

a similar concept to Chorley Live. It gives authors, writers and story tellers the chance to showcase their craft in a

range of venues in Chorley town centre.

Meet the authors and get a chance to develop your writing skills, listen to poetry or watch dramatic presentations.

Plus, you can pick up a leaflet and follow the book bench trail around Chorley town centre. Look out for the

fabulous book benches which have been hand painted by schools across the Chorley borough.

There will also be the opportunity to help decorate a book bench in Chorley town centre to enable as many

people as possible to be part of this fantastic initiative.

Between 11am and 4pm, the following venues will be

hosting presentations:








Union Street Civic Offices

Chorley Library

Ebb and Flow Bookshop

Goodies Coffee Shop

Rosie Posies

Chorley Little Theatre

St Laurence’s Church

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Last year we brought you lots of information about

the history and origins of this special day, so this

year we thought we’d keep it a little more lighthearted…

Did you know?

There are over 2 billion Mums on the planet. This

means that almost 30% of the world’s population

–around 7.125 billion people – is currently a mother.

4.3 children are born every second, which means

that 258 women are giving birth

to a child every minute. 15,480

children are born every hour; or

371,520 a day. This means that

135.6 million children are being

born every year. Wow!

Mother’s Day is one of the most popular days of the

year for eating out, so if you want to treat your

mum, you had better book a table early!

In what was formerly Yugoslavia, children would tie

up their mother on Mother’s Day. The only way she

could get free would be to pay her children with

treats (perhaps don’t tell the kids this one!)!

According to records, the world’s most prolific

mother was a Russian woman called Mrs Vassilyev

who produced 69 children! She gave birth to sixteen

pairs of twins, seven sets of triplets and four sets of

quadruplets between 1725 and 1765, in a total of 27

births. Sixty-seven of the 69 children born were said

to have survived infancy.

According to the Flowers & Plants Association,

Mother’s Day is the biggest event in the UK’s cut

flower and indoor plant industry, with sales

increasing by around 40%

compared to a normal day.

The average age of a first-time

mum has increased from 21

years old in 1970, to 25.

72% of women with a child

over 1 year old are working,

versus 39% in 1976.

And what about animal mums?

Life isn’t easy for elephant mothers. They have a 22-

month pregnancy and give birth to one of the

world’s largest babies, weighing 250 pounds! As the

baby grows it’s raised by its birth mother and the

rest of the herd who are called its ‘allmothers’.

Giraffes give birth whilst standing, so for those poor

baby giraffes their first experience of life outside the

womb is a six foot drop. Ouch!

Orangutans have to wait eight years between births.

Orangutan babies love their mums so much that

during the first four months of their lives they never

break physical contact with their mum, and hug their

mums belly the whole time.

Don’t think Mother’s Day is just for women – male

sea horses actually give birth to their offspring.

The female tarantula may be a bad wife but she’s

certainly a good mother. Females eat their suitors to

nourish their young!

Here’s some things that mothers of famous

people may have said:

Humpty Dumpty's Mother: "Humpty, If I've told you

once, I've told you a hundred times not to sit on that

wall. But would you listen to me? Noooo!"

Columbus' Mother: "I don't care what you've

discovered, Christopher. You still could have

written!"

Michelangelo's Mother: "Mike, can't you paint on

walls like other children? Do you have any idea how

hard it is to get that stuff off the ceiling?"

Batman's Mother: "It's a nice car, Bruce, but do you

realise how much the

insurance is going to be?"

Of Mothers and Daughters

One day, a little girl is sitting

and watching her mum do the

dishes. She noticed that her

mum has several strands of

white hair sticking out in

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contrast to her brown

hair. She asks, "Why

are some of your

hairs white, Mum?" Her

mum replied "Well, every

time you do something wrong

and make me unhappy, one of my hairs

turns white”. The little girl thought about this for a

while and then asked, "Mum, how come all of

grandma's hairs are white?"

Principles of Motherhood










Motherhood - If it was going to be easy, it

wouldn’t start with something called labour!

To be in your children's memories tomorrow, you

have to be in their lives today.

The smartest advice on raising children is to

enjoy them while they are still on your side.

Avenge yourself ~~~ Live long enough to be a

problem to your children.

The right temperature in a home is maintained by

warm hearts, not by hot heads.

Raising a teenager is like nailing jelly to a tree.

Adolescence is the age at which children stop

asking questions because they know all the

answers.

The joy of motherhood: What a woman

experiences when all her children are finally in

bed.

Life's golden age is when the kids are too old to

need baby-sitters and too young to borrow the

car.

● Grandparents are similar to a piece of string -

handy to have around and easily wrapped

around the fingers of grandchildren.


A child outgrows your lap, but never outgrows

your heart.

● Oh to be only half as

wonderful as my child

thought I was when he was

small, and half as stupid as

my teenager now thinks I am.

Things my Mother

Taught Me

Logic: "Because I said

so, that's why."

To Appreciate a Job Well Done: "If

you're going to kill each other, do it

outside. I just finished cleaning!"

Religion: "You better pray that will come

out of the carpet."

Foresight: "Make sure you wear clean underwear, in

case you're in an accident."

Irony: "Keep crying and I'll give you something to cry

about."

The Science of Osmosis: "Shut your mouth and eat

your supper!"

Contortionism: "Will you look at the dirt on the back

of your neck!"

Stamina: "You'll sit there until all that spinach is

finished."

Weather: "It looks as if a

tornado swept through your

room."

Hypocrisy: "If I've told you

once, I've told you a million

times - Don't Exaggerate!!!"

Envy: "There are millions of less

fortunate children in this world who don't have

wonderful parents like you do!"

Humour... "When that lawn mower cuts off your toes,

don't come running to me."

.


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Community Article

Help Ben to raise money for the North West Air

Ambulance

One of our fellow residents of Buckshaw Village,

Ben Carr, 32, is currently preparing for his first ever

marathon. He felt compelled to participate in the

gruelling 26 mile Manchester Marathon in the

hope of raising much needed funds for the North

West Air Ambulance Charity.

Sadly, on 2nd October 2015

Ben lost his friend, Mark

McNulty, aged 26. Mark

died on the A5092 in

Cumbria after a lorry struck

his van. The North West Air

Ambulance were called out

to the scene to assist but

Mark later died in hospital.

It was only at this point Ben realised that the North

West Air Ambulance was solely funded through

the generosity of the public as it is a charity. Upon

further investigation, he realised that it costs £540

for the helicopter to operate for one hour.

It was decided that in memory of his friend and to

help raise money for the charity, Ben would run a

marathon. 26 miles; a mile for each year of his

friend’s life. The marathon takes place on Sunday

7th April 2019.

Ben originally set a target to raise enough money

for the helicopter to operate for one hour, but he

is hoping to raise much more than this; it’s such a

worthy cause and vital for our community. This is

something we realised in February when the air

ambulance was called to Buckshaw Village due to

an incident on the football pitches.

Ben tells us his training is going exceptionally well.

Like most people preparing for a marathon, he is

currently doing interval training and running a

significant amount of miles every week. He mainly

runs around Buckshaw Village, Forrest Gump style,

early morning, following his night shift.

Ben has two young children, Pippa and Beau and a

wife who is exceptionally proud of all that he has

achieved so far.

If you’d like to help Ben raise money for this

amazing charity, please head to his fundraising

page:

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/ben-carr8

or go to the Just Giving website and search Ben

Carr.

If you’re fundraising for

charity, please do get in

touch with us and tell us

your story; we’d love to

promote this for you to all

our wonderful readers and

advertisers, and help to

make your campaign a

success!

Good luck Ben, from all

your Friends of Buckshaw

Village

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specialise in providing you with a

wide range of electrical services that include:

Expert Electricians serving Chorley, Leyland, Preston,

Buckshaw Village, Euxton, Whittle-le-woods

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Community Article

ROF Chorley Commemorative Magazine

Chorley has always been proud of its history

surrounding the former Royal Ordnance Factory,

and its redevelopment into Buckshaw Village has

been followed with interest by the many former

employees who still reside in the region. Once one

of the largest filling factories in the world, ROF

Chorley has left an indelible mark in the memories

of many and a forthcoming anniversary is being

used to ensure that heritage is not forgotten.

I have developed an idea with my good friend

Harry Longworth who is the founder of Green Man

Marketing, a local marketing agency based on

Buckshaw Village. Harry has been producing the

“Friends of Buckshaw Village” community

magazine since 2015 and I knew he was the

person that I needed to be on board with this

project. The 31st March 2019 will mark the 80th

anniversary since ROF Chorley was regarded as

having been officially opened with the Royal Visit

of King George VI. Because of this and also our

passion for our local areas heritage, we thought it

would make for a great opportunity to mark this

occasion and raise awareness of the history of

Buckshaw Village and the surrounding areas by

producing a one off special commemorative

magazine.

Harry has offered some further details about the

publication, “This magazine will be like no other. It

will be a true celebration of everything ROF

Chorley, and will include some contemporary

photographs of Buckshaw Village by local

photographer James Collier.

We have already begun the process of creating

what we plan to be an 80 page A5 full colour

perfect bound commemorative booklet. It is a very

exciting project for my team and I to be involved

in and I am enjoying applying our contemporary

designs to historical content to make sure this has

the WOW factor whilst keeping in touch with our

very strong local message.”

Very few physical reminders of the ROF remain

around Buckshaw Village with more recently the

removal of the‘Pill Box’ which was a much loved

landmark in the community. However, sections of

the perimeter wall remain at the rear of Runshaw

College and the Royal Ordnance coat of arms

plaque can be seen inside Buckshaw Village

Community Centre on Unity Place. There is a very

real risk that residents of Buckshaw Village and the

surrounding area will not be aware of the heritage

of the site and the impact it has had on our local

history. There is also an abundance of personal

memories and stories about life on site that could

become lost forever.

As a result of feeling so strongly about raising the

awareness of the history of ROF Chorley, we are

making sure this is a free to read magazine

suitable for all. The Green Man Marketing

Distribution team, which includes 14 young

people, one of them being Harry’s sister Georgia,

are all very eager to hand deliver this to areas

including: Buckshaw Village, Chorley, Euxton,

Leyland and Whittle-le-Woods.

We also intend on supplying copies to local

schools, libraries, Buckshaw Retirement Village and

so many more! People will be able to contact us

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directly to obtain a copy if they won’t be getting

one delivered.

Harry has summed up things perfectly, “We

recognise that this is going to be a massive

undertaking and will take a mammoth effort but

both supporting and promoting local is what I

believe we do best! We are very keen and very

passionate about our heritage”.

If any local business would like to advertise in this

one-off commemorative magazine to show your

support for your local area and present your

business to approximately 60,000 readers, and also

anyone who might like to sponsor a page for a

family member, close friend or loved one (we will

be including personal messages at the bottom of

certain pages), please get in touch.

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We want this to be something special with an

endless shelf life in our readers homes that people

can treasure for years to come.

This publication will advertise sponsors and local

businesses which will cover printing costs and the

personally sponsored pages. It will enable us to

give away copies free of charge to 20,000 people

as well as publishing the work online.

If anyone would like to share any stories,

information or require further details for

sponsoring this project, please contact Harry

of Green Man Marketing on 07531 354695

or email info@greenmanmarketing.co.uk

Alternatively I can be contacted on

saclewlow@yahoo.com

“We are sharing stories of the past with the present, for the good

of the future!”

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Community Article

Could St John's Club soon be sold?

Many Buckshaw residents are registered at

Whittle Surgery on the A6 Preston Road.

Last year we brought you information about

a proposed new super surgery. Here’s the

latest update from Mark Clifford, Chair of

Whittle le Woods Parish Council:

Many residents have asked me what is

happening with the Whittle-le-Woods and

Clayton-le-Woods Parish Club, otherwise

known as St John's Club regarding it's sale.

Speaking only as a resident and local

campaigner for Clayton & Whittle I shall

give my opinion why I think the Strategic

partnership bid is the right bid for our

community.

Many of you will remember the news article

in the local papers announcing planning

permission has been granted to demolish

the existing Parish Club and replace it with a

state of the art building incorporating a

much larger Whittle Surgery, a Pharmacy

and community facilities including cafe.

What was not mentioned at the time was

where the money was coming from to

enable all this to be built. We now live in

times of austerity and the NHS have been

unable to fund this project.

Having seen the building come up for sale, I

feared it may be bought by private

developers who may promise much but

ultimately may not be able to deliver the

much needed expansion of Whittle Surgery,

and would likely in turn fill the site with

housing. Previously in 1990 this site also

made the local newspapers when former

trustees wanted to sell the site to a

developer who would build 20 houses and a

smaller community centre. There was great

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opposition from local residents to this plan

and fortunately it did not go ahead.

Last summer I brought together Chorley

Council and Whittle Surgery to see if we

would all be interested in forming a

partnership, and also got the backing of

Clayton-le-Woods Parish Council. To allow

time to put a bid together, the Parish

Council applied to list the building as a

community asset meaning that a sale could

not proceed for a period of 6 months.

During this period further talks were held

and it was decided that a bid would be

submitted by Chorley Council in order to

facilitate a new Whittle Surgery that would

help cater for the growing population.

This bid has now been submitted.

The current building was built in 1912 by

the residents of Clayton & Whittle and put

in trust for the use of residents of Clayton &

Whittle. I hope residents and the trustees

agree with me, that it is vital that this site

remains publicly owned and accessible for

all, serving the local community and its local

needs.


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Community Article

Cheeky Monkey’s

confirms change of

venue

Our good

friends at

Cheeky

Monkey’s

have

confirmed

that they

will be

staying at

Factory Lane,

Whittle-le-Woods

for the duration of 2019.

Then early in 2020 they will be moving to their

BRAND NEW building on Strawberry Fields,

Euxton Lane (opposite Chorley Hospital), which

is a different location to that reported

previously.

The plans for the original location, near to the

Fire Station on Washington Road in Euxton,

were withdrawn due to concerns raised by the

Fire Service about traffic.

The new centre will be larger than the current

one, and it is hoped that more jobs will be

created with the opening of an on-site nursery.

You can keep in touch with developments on

Facebook and also on their website

www.cheekymonkeysfun.co.uk

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Community Article

Inspire Youth Zone’s Young Voice

For March’s installation of Young Voice, I (Rob Brooks,

Marketing & Comms Manager at Inspire) sat down with

Jason Bryers - a Junior Member who at just 12 years old

is a whizz on the computer and will be representing

Inspire Youth Zone at Chorley Council’s Coding

Competition this month.

Fresh off designing and coding his own game on the

laptop at Inspire, he gleefully accepted the chance to

interview for Young Voice and bounced into the

interview room, glancing at his watch several times,

clearly conscious of not being late for his next activity.

As I began asking him questions though, this polite

young man’s attention quickly turned to me.

So Jason, how old are you?

12. Well, I turned 12 like a month ago.

And what school do you go to?

Albany Academy.

I believe that you used to live in Buckshaw is that

right? Were you born there?

I was born in a hospital I know that! I used to live in

Buckshaw a long time ago. All I remember about it is

getting my sister’s finger stuck in the door and her

crying like mad!

Ouch! So how long have you been coming to Inspire

Youth Zone?

I’m pretty sure I started coming to this place since it was

built, so quite a long time!

So you’re 12 now, meaning you’re still in the Junior

Club?

Yeah and since I’m 12 now, I’m thinking of moving up to

the Senior Club but I kind of want to stay in this group

because I’m not ready for the next group I don’t think. I

have a lot of friends in this group who aren’t moving up

yet!

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You certainly don’t have to move up until you’re

ready so don’t worry about that!

Phew!

Do you go to Holiday Club when the school’s are

closed?

Holiday Club? What’s that?

I’ll take that as a no then!

(Laughs) No!

Well, basically Holiday club is for Juniors at Inspire,

and we open during the day when school’s are

closed from 8am in the morning.

What, like for Juniors on Tuesday, Thursday and

Saturday like normal?

No, more like Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,

Thursday and Friday?

(gasps) Whaaaaat? Really?

Yeah! (laughs) So Jason, I’ve pinched you from the

Coding Club today haven’t I?

Yep.

And I believe that you’re taking part in Chorley

Council’s Coding Competition, representing Inspire?

Yeah! I’m really looking forward to taking part for

Inspire and I’m so excited to code a game or animation

there. I’m not sure what it’s all about yet though.

Well, I can tell you that it’s actually all based around

anti-bullying - but that’s top secret at the moment!

Oh cool okay, I won’t say a word.

Thanks Jason! What are you up to tonight after this

interview and Coding Club?

I’m going to the gym… which is in 2 minutes!

I won’t keep you too long, I promise!

It’s okay. Gym ends at quarter past 5 and then climbing


starts at half past, so in between I’ll probably go in the

sports hall or go into music or even play snooker on the

table. No, actually I’ll probably go onto table tennis like I

did before Coding Club.

Awesome, and what’s your favourite thing to do at

Inspire do you reckon?

My favourite? I reckon it’s Coding Club - because I love

computers.

Me too. Well,

thanks for

taking the time

to sit with me

Jason. Anything

you want to say

“on the record”

about Inspire?

Ooooh… to be honest, myself, I think that Inspire should

up the age for Juniors to 13 because I don’t want to

leave Juniors!

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Community Article

Do you know your barm

from your bap?

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Many people in

Buckshaw Village

and surrounding

areas have

adopted

Lancashire as

their home, but

are from elsewhere in the UK or further afield.

We thought it would be fun therefore to

include some Lancashire dialect to test how

well you’ve picked up the local lingo with our

new regular feature.

Here are some words you may have heard. Can

you match them up with the correct words?

We’ve matched the first one for you:

Awreet

Babby

Barmcake

Barnpot

Belly whart

Beltin

Benny

Bin

Bob on

Bout

Boutem

Brew

Butty

good job

silly fool

without or bought

hello

been

stomach ache

cup of tea or coffee

baby

sandwich

spot on

tantrum

bread roll

bought them

Answers:

awreet - hello, babby - baby, barmcake - bread roll, barnpot - silly

fool, belly whart - stomach ache, beltin - good job, benny - tantrum,

bin - been, bob on - spot on, bout - without/bought, boutem -

bought them, brew - cup of tea/coffee, butty - sandwich, cack ’anded

- clumsy, cake’ole - mouth, champion - good/well

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Wordsearch Page 16

Caring, Card, Children, Chocolate, Family, Flowers, Gifts,

Giving, Home, Hugs, Kisses, Love, Mother, Parent & Sunday

1. Friends of St. Laurence’s Church

2. Birchall Blackburn Law

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5. Leyland Physiotherapy

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Community Article

Mother’s Day Present Ideas

If you’re a bit stuck for gift ideas for Mother’s Day

this year and want to do something a bit different

than the usual flowers and a card, then we’re here to

help!

We’ve done a bit of ‘Googling’ and come up with

our Best Buys for Mother’s Day 2019!

Dear Mum - From You

to Me Book

Classed as the ultimate gift

for super special Mums.

This book will answer

questions you never

thought to ask, and create

a keepsake that you both

can cherish forever.

Featuring a wide range of

questions designed to allow Mum to reflect on her

life so far, including, ‘What other names were you

thinking of calling me?’ and ‘What are the greatest

or happiest memories of your life?’, she’ll love

recalling special memories and moments in this

book. When she has completed it, she can give it

back to you to treasure, generation after generation.

Mojito Cocktail Scented Candle

Fill your home with the

gorgeous aromas of lime and

mint, instantly lifting your

mood whilst reminding you of

the sweet scent of your

favourite cocktail with this

gorgeous Mojito candle!

This candle really does smell good enough to drink,

so make sure you warn the recipient to have their

favourite beverage on stand by, because once they

light this delightful candle it really will have their

mouths watering!

Personalised Apron - Makes The Best

Ready, Steady, Cook!

Surprise someone special who's known for their

signature dishes with their very own personalised

apron!

Available in a number of

different colours, aprons can

be embroidered with a title,

name and recipes. It's a fun

gift for a culinary whizz;

perfect for a keen cook!

Engraved Slate Plant Marker - Fairy Garden

Add a touch of magic to any garden with an

Engraved Slate Plant Marker!

It's lovingly engraved with ‘Fairy Garden’ and can be

personalised with a special message.

The waterproof lacquer

means it can withstand

different weather

conditions when outside.

It’s the perfect gift for a

green-fingered mum on

Mother’s Day, or an avid

gardener!

Personalised Oak Photo Cube For Mum

The lid of this lovely wooden

cube features a cute wreath

design, which can be

engraved with ‘mum’ or

‘mother’. You can then follow

this with a message. You can

give your heartfelt thanks, wishes for a special day, a

short quote or maybe simply names and dates;

whatever you would like to make it extra special.

As well as a personalised lid, each side around the

outside of the oak cube can hold a photograph, so

you can make it even more personal, maybe family

pictures or snapshots of memorable moments, then

again you could leave them empty for the recipient

to fill in! Same with the inside too, you could pop in

another gift or let them use it to store further

mementos in!

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Community Article

The importance of keeping it simple

It’s funny the things you hear when you work in a

gym-environment.






What Sally from the salon recommends for

weight loss.

How bread makes you fat.

Why you should only train in a specific way.

How ‘hot yoga’ burns fat because you sweat.

Why you need to detox blah blah blah

And that’s just the PT’s. (I joke….well, maybe)

But everyone is hung up on the notion that fat loss

is some kind of highly sophisticated thing, like

there’s some kind of secret or magic formula you

need to apply.

But in reality, fat loss is really quite simple… it’s just

not easy.

And that’s partly down to the fact the fitness

industry is one big old under-regulated mess.

You’ve got Z-list celebrities selling fat loss pills, soap

stars selling fitness DVD’s, your old school pal selling

7 day detox tea’s and Channel 4 and BBC scaring us

all with what happens when you eat X, Y or Z.

No wonder you struggle to get results. I’d struggle if

I had to read and listen to all of that noise.

So the big question is, where do you start?

Firstly, accept that where you are now is making you

feel uncomfortable and that you need to make a

change. Not a change for a few days, a week or even

a month. But a lifestyle change.

I’d start with identifying some areas where you could

make a few simple changes that will help you move

a few steps closer to where you want to be.

A few common ones:




That drink every evening to “unwind”

Eating “something sweet” after each meal?

Making excuses as to why you can’t exercise

These things add up, and probably more-so than

you think..

Weight loss and gain is determined by one thing

only:

Energy balance.

Now you’ve probably heard

the phrase “calorie deficit”

over and over, so I’m going

to say “energy deficit”

instead, just to be different.

Calories are a unit of energy.

In order to lose weight, you

need to take in less energy

than you burn.

Sounds simple right? That’s

because it is!

You don’t need to live off detox teas, give up carbs

and start eating coconut oil by the spoonful. You

just need to be mindful of the foods you eat, the

quantities you eat them in and how often.

Using an app like to track your intake

is a great way of doing this.

You can still drink alcohol, you can still eat cake, you

can still go out and socialise. Just track it, stay under

your calorie limit and you can’t fail to get results.

But if there are certain foods that you know are your

nemesis, the ones that you can’t just have one of, or

a bit of, or even a bite of. Those my friend, are the

ones you really need to be careful with.

Notice I didn’t say give up or avoid.

Just be aware that these hyper-palatable foods are

the ones that have likely contributed to your weight

gain and so by moderating these, could just keep

you moving in the right direction.

Get fantastic results whilst still enjoying the foods

you enjoy and love. Graham

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reproduced without permission of both

Friends of Buckshaw Village and Green Man

Marketing.

Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure that the

information in this community magazine is accurate and

correct at the time of going to press, Friends of Buckshaw

Village and Green Man Marketing do not accept

responsibility for any inaccuracies.

All advertisers are independent of our magazine.

Content of adverts does not necessarily reflect the views of

the editor.

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Opening Hours

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A useful list of local stores and

facilities opening times

Buckshaw Village, Chorley PR7 7LJ

Tel: 0800 042 0800

08:00 -

22:00

08:00 -

22:00

08:00 -

22:00

08:00 -

22:00

08:00 -

22:00

08:00 -

22:00

10:00 -

16:00

Unity Place, Buckshaw Village, Chorley,

PR7 7HZ Tel: 01772 623969

08:00 -

20:00

08:00 -

18:30

08:00 -

18:30

08:00 -

18:30

08:00 -

18:30

Check with

Surgery

Closed

Unit 3, Lancaster Way, Buckshaw Village,

Chorley PR7 7NA Tel: 01772 621113

11:00 -

late

11:00 -

late

11:00 -

late

11:00 -

late

11:00 -

late

11:00 -

late

11:00 -

late

St Mary’s Gate, Euxton, PR7 6AH

Tel: 0300 123 6730

09:00 -

19:00

Closed 09:00 -

17:00

09:00 -

13:00

09:00 -

17:00

09:00 -

13:00

Closed

Unit F, Ordnance Road, Buckshaw

Village Chorley Tel: 01772 429428

Closed Closed Closed Closed 17:00 -

00:00

17:00 -

00:00

Closed

Buckshaw Cycle Way, Buckshaw Village,

Chorley PR7 7LH Tel: 01772 424567

09:00 -

23:00

09:00 -

23:00

09:00 -

23:00

09:00 -

23:00

09:00 -

23:00

09:00 -

23:00

09:00 -

23:00

Charnock Farm, Wigan Road, PR25 5DA

Tel: 01772 622411

09:00 -

16:30

09:00 -

16:30

09:00 -

16:30

09:00 -

16:30

09:00 -

16:30

09:00 -

16:30

09:30 -

16:30

7 Barnes Wallis Way, Buckshaw Village

Chorley, PR7 7HZ Tel: 01772 378440

10:00 -

21:00

10:00 -

21:00

10:00 -

21:00

10:00 -

21:00

10:00 -

21:00

10:00 -

21:00

16:00 -

20:00

6 Main Square, Buckshaw Village,

Chorley PR7 7AR Tel: 01772 432772

07:00 -

20:00

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All opening times and contact details should be used as a guide only. Please contact directly if visiting.


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Friends Of Buckshaw Village Directory

CARE SERVICES HOME IMPROVEMENTS/SERVICES Pg No

Ginger Homecare 18 C&W Berry Ltd 29

CLEANING SERVICES Chadwicks Tiling & Bathrooms 22

My Secret Fairy Cleaning Services 15 Chris Thompson Decor 38

COMPUTER SERVICES Darren Eckton Electrician 43

IT Homehelp 17 Derian House Furniture Collection 37

EDUCATION Fishers Electrical Services 32

Runshaw College 26, 27 Harmony Blinds of Chorley 7

ESTATE & LETTING AGENTS Lancashire Clean Dry 28

Red Rose 52 Misty Window Fixer 9

FUNERAL DIRECTORS PP Building Services 45

David Cowburn 41 Refill Store 25

FURNITURE/CARPETS/BEDS SJL Heating & Plumbing 3, 47

Buckshaws Carpets, Blinds, Beds 15 Sky Scope 20

Sleepy Hollow Bedroom & Sofa Centre 8 Wrennalls 51

GARDEN CARE

LEGAL SERVICES

Taurus Landscapes 19 Birchall Blackburn Law 6,21, 44

RGC Gardens 24 Marsden Rawsthorn Solicitors 13

HEALTH, BEAUTY & WELLBEING

MARKETING & DESIGN

Dermal Aesthetics 43 Green Man Marketing 42

Leyland Physiotherapy 38 MOTORING & TRAVEL

PhysioGo 14 Englands Limousines 33

Slimming World 22 Ollerton U Drive Vehicle Rental 14

HOME IMPROVEMENTS/SERVICES U Drive Driver Training 24

Alan Hobson Aerial Installer 47

To advertise contact 07531 354695

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Redrose Estate Agents

15 Barnes Wallis Way,

Buckshaw Village,

Chorley PR7 7JA

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01772 456 558

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