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Help Find Narla

Posted by Neil on Tuesday, 07 April 2015 at 09:54:13

Filed under: Appeals for Information, General

Missing Cat - Can You Help?

"Hi Neil, As a resident of Lymm, I really hope this will help! My cat went missing last Tuesday 31st March - she is mainly white with a black tail and has a striking black nose and ears. She responds to the name Narla. Is there any chance of this being put on the Lost and Found section of the Lymm Website? Would be really grateful! I live at the top end of Lymm near to the Crown Pub and Co-op so she may be around that area. I have attached a photo to help too! Many thanks, Melissa Contact: 07561803380"

Narla

Tags: missing cat

Help Find Baz

Posted by Neil on Tuesday, 16 September 2014 at 17:33:29

Filed under: Appeals for Information, Lost and found

Time for the people of Lymm to step up again. Can anyone help Don find his beloved cat? Please share like crazy, it worked last time!

"My cat went missing 9th September 2014. He's a very old and rickety Havana Brown called Baz, a neutered male. He has wheezy breathing and is very thin. He should be on a special diet. He lives at 6 Whitbarrow Road and his family can be reached on 07894 461931. Any news would be gratefully received. He usually patrolled on the upper part of Whitbarrow Road near the old Fire Station."

Baz

Tags: missing, cat

Backlash Over Lymm Safety Centre Plan

Posted by Neil on Tuesday, 17 June 2014 at 09:26:39

Filed under: Announcements, Lymm, Political, Landmarks

Plans for a new fire station and safety centre in Lymm have been submitted despite opposition from the Cheshire Fire Brigade Union.

Members have said the proposals for the site on Cliff Lane will be of little benefit to residents and are angry more than £4m is being spent on a safety centre at a time when 160 fulltime firefighter posts have been cut in Cheshire.

But Cheshire Fire chiefs have said the new station, formerly a truck stop located near the M56/M6 interchange, will help improve response times and the centre will provide important education and prevention programmes.

The safety centre, which will cost 500,000 a year to run, includes a 360° ‘immersive virtual learning zone’ as well as a ‘lifesize three-bedroom house’ and will be targeted at schools to reduce accidental deaths and injuries due to fire.

Dave Williams, Cheshire Brigade Union secretary, said: “There are a couple of centres like this up and down the country but I don’t believe they have been as successful as everyone hoped.

“In the present climate it seems the wrong time to be spending more than £4m and it could be difficult for schools to access this building rather than firefighters visiting schools. It’s very frustrating when we’re told nothing can be done about posts being lost but £4m can be found for a safety centre.”

Keith Brooks, Cheshire Fire’s head of prevention and protection, said the number of fires across Cheshire has fallen to an ‘all time low’ due to investment in prevention work.

He added: “This investment must continue if we are to achieve our vision of a Cheshire where there are no deaths, injuries or damage from fires and other emergencies. This will be a fantastic facility that will help us engage with people of all ages for generations to come and equipping people with the skills they need to stay safe. The messages this centre will help us deliver will undoubtedly save lives – something we feel is worth investing in.”

The suggestion the safety centre could have been included in the recently built fire control centre at Lingley Mere, Great Sankey was also dismissed as it is a ‘purpose-built centre’ and not a ‘venue meant for public access’.

Article courtesy of Warrington Guardian.

Tags: safety

Missing Moshi

Posted by Neil on Wednesday, 24 October 2012 at 15:02:32

Filed under: Appeals for Information, Lost and found

Moshi Is Missing!

***** UPDATE 25/10/2012 15:00hrs *****

Moshi's owner has just reported to me that he's been found safe and well! Natalie says:

"He's back! A neighbour alerted me to a Siamese on Lakeside and we found him there. A lot thinner but fine. Thanks again for your help."





Original Story

LymmVillage.co.uk readers be on cat alert please - Moshi the Moggy is missing. Natalie is missing him greatly - she writes:

"Please could you put out another plea for help? We've lost our Siamese cat called Moshi. He's wearing a blue collar and is micro-chipped. He's been missing from Lady Acre Close since Monday morning. He never strays so we're really concerned. Any information or sightings would be really appreciated."

Can You Help?

Any sightings please contact Natalie or let us know so we can help reunite pet and owner!

Tags: missing, cat, moshi

Another Moggy Lost

Posted by Neil on Wednesday, 12 September 2012 at 16:16:02

Filed under: Appeals for Information, Lost and found

Can You Help?

We've had reports of another cat lost and lonely I'm afraid! Once again the call for help goes out to you, the reader. Description and images below.

Name: CW

  • Adult male, neutered cat, totally black.
  • Black leather collar with chrome studs, micro-chipped.
  • Very friendly disposition & purrs so loudly he sounds like a tractor!
  • Last seen the morning of 10th September at owners home on Higher Lane, near Oughtrington Lane.

Please contact Geoff on 01925 752919 or 07796 260417.

CW CW

Tags: cat, lost

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