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Community groups set to save Civic Hall

ORMSKIRK Civic Hall looks set to be saved from closure after the borough council confirmed it is working with a community group to help secure the site's future.The local authority is working with parties interested in taking over the St Helens
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Community urged to take reins at meeting room

THE borough council has reiterated calls for the community to take over the reins at Ashurst Meeting Room - or face losing it altogether.West Lancashire Borough Council said this week inviting community groups and organisations to express an
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Ashurst meeting

ASHURST residents are being encouraged to take part in a public meeting being held tonight to discuss issues which affect the community.Members of Ashurst Tenants and Residents Association said they will be holding the meeting at Lambourne
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