Feb 13 2018
We have received two donations via our online giving portal, one from Diane Morrison and one from Ann Butler, both of Bolton, who have made identical donations of £10.63. We thank them for their generosity and interest in our work.
Feb 2 2018
We have received a donation of £50 via Christina Wallwork, Treasurer of Bolton HF Walking Group. The money was raised from the group’s January raffle.
We are very grateful for the long-standing and generous support from Bolton HF Walking Group and hope their members continue to enjoy their activities for many years to come.
Jan 17 2018
This week our Support Group bid farewell to Julie Thompson who has left the group because of other demands on her time. Julie, a Royal Mail employee, joined the Support Group in April 2009 and has provided valuable help with supermarket collections, catering, fundraising events, monitoring community collecting boxes and other behind-the-scenes tasks.
We thank her for her enthusiasm and support and wish her well in the future.
Jan 11 2018
We have received a kind donation of £20 from Mr Oxtoby of Farnworth in thanks for the help given to his wife on New Year’s Eve whilst the Team was assisting North West Ambulance Service with peak demand cover. He commented that “John & Matthew, the two guys who attended to my wife were excellent, please thank them once again for their help”.
We thank Mr & Mrs Oxtoby for their generosity and hope Mrs Oxtoby has now fully recovered from her accident.
Jan 4 2018
We have received a fantastic donation of £125 from Mrs Pamela Potts of Little Lever, who is a Sports Therapist and each Christmas she holds a raffle amongst her clients. The money raised is donated to a charity which, most years, has been Bolton Mountain Rescue Team.
Pamela gives her thanks for our “valued support to so many people” and we, in turn, thank her and her clients for their kind support of our work through organising the raffle and buying tickets.
As we enter further easing of restrictions this weekend the @NWAmbulance have enhanced their plans to ensure we can respond to the increase in demand we will face. Please be careful, and remember we are still dealing with COVID-19. #SaveLives
How many other countries have unarmed officers running towards knife wielding killers. British Police really are quite remarkable when you stop to think about that.
We're calling for people to stop using disposable barbecues in Lancashire's countryside to reduce the amount of harm caused by wildfires bit.ly/3cEH9nj @Lancs_FireDCFO @LancsResilience #LeaveTheBBQAtHome pic.twitter.com/nV3raIwHpS
Firefighting has concluded at Longridge Fell & we are damping down at Darwen Moor. The major incident has been stood down. Thank you to all our partners who supported the response to these wildfires 🙏 pic.twitter.com/Datk30e0oI
Once again we’re working with lots of partners using the helicopter, tractors and staff on the ground to tackle the fire. pic.twitter.com/fnzBskqGky
We are currently assisting in a large scale multiagency response to the wildfire on Turton Moor/Darwen Moor. Please stay away and don't use these moors for recreation - there are a large number of firefighting vehicles moving around @LancashireFRS @manchesterfire pic.twitter.com/yVZhrUuDUy