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Self contained ground floor apartment, in the centre of Caton. Ideal for holidays, visiting family and friends. Garden with stream, large carpark, next door to a quiet pub - ideal location! The apartment is accessible - extra width doorways etc.
Sleeps 4 - 2 bedrooms additional large bed setttee if required.
Ring for a chat !
Sue and Ray
Unique Interior Upholstery & Soft Furnishings
- Blinds- choose your style
- Upholstery & Up cycling
Choose from our selection or choose your own fabric
Free consultation & collection service
Tel: 01524 805504
Low Moorhead farm
Affiliated to the national Arts Society. Organises monthly lectures September to June in Borwick & Priest Hutton Memorial Hall. . Limited number of guest tickets for each lecture. Programme and contacts on the website.
Textile artist who creates impressions of garden, forest and meadow using the technique of freestyle embroidery, from which images for greeting cards are taken. Professionally printed, £1, with free delivery in Caton.
14 Artlebeck Road
An electrical installation service with many years experience in domestic and commercial installations. Prompt service,with competitive rates.
We can offer a full electrical design and installation service,whatever budget is required. Fixed price quotes or hourly rates to suit clients needs. Quotes can be made by a friendly phone call.
42 Sycamore Road
Mason Gillibrand Architects have been in practice since 1986 and work over the North of England, North Wales and the Scottish Borders. We have developed a regional reputation for inspirational design in some of the most sensitive locations, often working on traditional, historic buildings.
We have a particular reputation for the following:-
- Working on old properties, particularly Listed Buildings
- Altering or creating quality private housing
- Distinct and bespoke designs
- High quality housing developments
- Complicated planning applications, particularly involving rural locations, and listed buildings
- Working in sensitive locations and rural landscapes i.e. National Parks
- Integration of renewable energies
We take an holistic approach to all of our design work, starting with the very fundamental aspects of how a site and building are situated within their context and their orientation. We are passionate about the design process and engaging with our clients to fully understand how buildings are used and how they might be improved.
Unlike many practices of our type, we have an in-house Mechanical Services Engineer who can advise on Renewable Energy options for each individual project. This means we can offer an independent view on the suitability of each 'green' technology for a particular site or building. For more information on this, click to view the MGA Environmental page.
We are able to help clients achieve their aspirations from conception to completion, from master planning and feasibility to interior detailing.
If you want to discuss your aspirations for a project you will find our details on the Contact tab below.
Plan and Design provide a full survey, detailed designs for home extensions and architectural details in accordance with local authority requirements for all aspects of home improvements, we have experience in designing plans to improve the value of your home, by adding a new bathroom, lounge, kitchen, garage extension or loft conversion.
From our free consultation your requirements will be prioritised and our initial drawings produced for your review and comment. Planning and building control drawings for your home extension will then be produced and issued by Plan & Design direct to your local authority for approval along with all supporting documentation.
We prepare plans ranging from new builds, loft conversions, internal reconfigurations, extensions at ground floor, first floor, garage, side, front & rear etc. Typically (and understandably) people are daunted by the prospect of building works, unclear as to what is involved and where to start.
At Plan & Design we aim to assist you from your initial contact with us through to your completed design. Whether you are looking to create an extension, convert your loft or reconfigure your internal space, Plan and Design can help provide you with a Professional one stop unique service that is cost effective.
There are many reasons why people decide to add a home extension, larger family, tired fixtures and fittings, increase value in the property, what ever your reason Plan and Design are here to assist you every step of the way.
We are located in Brookhouse near Lancaster and cover all areas within Lancashire and Cumbria including Lancaster, Morecambe, Heysham, Kirkby Lonsdale, Preston, Barrow-in-Furness, Bolton-le-sands, Galgate, Carnforth, Garstang, Arnside, Fleetwood, Kendal, Penrith, Carlisle and surrounding area.
B4RN is a professionally designed fibre optic broadband network, registered as a non-profit community benefit society, and run by a dedicated local team with the support of landowners and volunteers. We offer 1,000Mbps FTTH broadband to every property in our coverage areas, costing households only £30 per month.
We offer transparent fees & charges at competitive rates or fixed fees. We will quote in advance of work being undertaken to give you certainty over the cost of work. Work can be undertaken on an hourly basis if you prefer.
We want you to feel comfortable to pick up the phone to us whenever you need, for whatever you want and know you'll get good sound understandable advice. We will work with you in the way that suits you - in person, on the phone or online and will talk to you in clear English with no confusing jargon.
We prepare accounts to help in completion of self-assessment tax returns and file as appropriate with the appropriate regulatory bodies e.g. Companies House, HMRC, Charities Commission etc. We will prepare accounts to agreed timescales but would aim to produce accounts for your approval within 30 days of receiving the complete information requested.
We endeavour to assist you in identifying areas where savings can be made or tax can be minimised and help you to look at areas of your business that can be improved. We will take the time to explain your accounts to you so that you understand the finances within your business and help you to plan for the future.
We offer the following services
- Management accounts services
- Annual Accounts and statutory accounts preparation
- Business plans and cash flow forecasts
- VAT returns, PAYE, Corporation tax and personal tax
- Filing returns at Companies House
- Hot and Cold Audit File reviews
- Payroll Services
- All aspects of audit provision and audit services
- Financial controller services
- Financial controller advice for smaller business
- Act as registered office
- Accountants reports for solicitors
- Client money reports
- Tax penalty appeals assistance
9 Low Mill
My name is Heather and I grew up in Brookhouse and went to Caton St. Paul's School. When I left school, I started working with Mark building websites for local businesses.
We work with independent businesses, charities, organisations and help projects in and around Lancaster. We offer web design, online shops, printed materials and online and offline marketing of all kinds.
We pride ourselves in offering an excellent, fast and very professional service, but keeping our prices down so that we are affordable. We are also extremely friendly and our kettle is always on!
13 Common Garden Street
Ongoing Tailored Wealth Management Advice Service - I offer a tailored face-face advice service to all my clients. As your individual circumstances change, I can help you with ongoing advice to help achieve your financial goals.
The comprehensive wealth management advice service I offer broadly covers: -
Planning for a successful retirement
Reducing Inheritance Tax liability
Gaining financial protection against risk
Retirement Planning Specialist at Truly Independent Ltd
Based Locally, I am an Independent Financial Adviser, providing a fee based Financial Planning service with a key focus on Retirement Planning, Pensions and Tax-efficient Investments.
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All food is cooked fresh on the premises so do allow time for completion of your order during busy periods. You can call by phone and collect.
Situated on Main Street in Hornby, the Tea Rooms are open six days a week:
Wednesday Closed All Day
We serve Illy coffee, homemade soups, meals, snacks and cakes. Ideal for meetings and groups as there is free BARN wifi. Dry cleaning and laundry. A large selection of cards, gifts, ceramics, jewellery and produce, many of which are made by local artists and producers. Takeaway and outside catering service available.
Child and dog friendly.
The Post Office is open Mon-Fri 10:00-12:00 and 1:30-3:00.
The Station Hotel is a traditional pub situated in the picturesque village of Caton close to the famous beauty spot of the Crook o'Lune.
Offering an extensive menu complemented by guest beers and fine wines this pub is great for families and couples alike. The pub also features a bowling green and patio area.
The Ship at Caton provides a relaxed, friendly atmosphere for food and drink daily. We insist on extremely friendly staff and a high quality of service.
So, after a gentle walk in the countryside or drive through the villages of the Lune Valley, come along and enjoy our lovely old village pub with a light, airy and definitely refreshing atmosphere.
Roz Pilling is a fully qualified remedial & therapeutic Massage Therapist and is a registered member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists, she is based out of Quernmore, Lancaster. Following a full consultation she provides a combination of Swedish, deep tissue & lymphatic massage alongside passive stretching, neuro-muscular therapy, accupressure and breathworth to induce deep relaxation. She is qualified to work with pregnant women providing they have the go-ahead from their midwives and are over 12 weeks pregnant. Roz is also a practicing Astrologer and is currently training in hypnotherapy and is also available to provide astrology natal chart readings, group talks on astrology, and deep relaxation guided meditations either one to one or as a group.
The Garden Retreat, beauty by Bee. Bee has over 25 years experience in the skincare & beauty industry & decided to create “The Garden Retreat” the ultimate treatment “shed” in her back garden in Caton, to be able to work around family commitments. Offering a variety of beauty treatments that include Waxing, Lash & Brow, Hand & Nail, & Specializing in skin care treatments customised to the individual client, she looks forward to welcoming you to her relaxed but highly professional retreat. To book appointments & for more information, please contact Bee.
My degree in podiatry and training with the NHS was intense and thorough, ensuring I am able to offer a wide range of treatments within my medical discipline. I am registered with three main bodies that regulate my profession. I offer a confidential service either in your own home or my clinic in Carnforth
Our large sports hall is a wonderful community resource and is available for hire at very reasonable prices 52 weeks a year. It’s the perfect venue for young children’s parties (soft play equipment available), football / multisports parties, community group meetings, fitness classes (mats available), sports coaching sessions etc. There is a large, fully equipped kitchen with oven and hob and excellent changing facilities. We also have a large field which groups are welcome to use by prior arrangement. Contact Tracey Howarth on 01524 770104 for more information.
GENTLE WARRIOR HOLISTIC THERAPIES
Sarah is a Forrest yoga teacher, Massage therapist, Reiki Practioner and a trained nurse. She offers a wide range of holistic therapies from her beautiful treatment room at her home in Caton. She offers Yoga classes and private yoga classes from her yoga studio at her home and she also teaches yoga classes in Lancaster.
Forrest yoga teaches you to connect with your Spirit and find out who you are. Forrest yoga uses a combination of breathwork, building abdominal strength, grounding energising asanas in a structured sequence . This allows the body to come into feeling beginning to access emotional blocks and work on gentle release.
For further information contact Sarah FB@gentlewarrior
Shiatsu is a massage system involving the stimulation of acupressure points following the ancient theories of Traditional Oriental Medicine. This is the same theory used by acupuncturists but in shiatsu the needles are replaced by finger-pressure, and modern massage techniques from physiotherapy and sports massage are also used as required.
Shiatsu is suitable for everyone and is regularly used to treat symptoms including:
- PAIN ~ back, neck, shoulder, joint, and muscular pains. Injuries and internal or non-specific pains
- DISCOMFORT ~ headaches, digestive problems, rashes, breathing problems, women’s problems
- STRESS ~ depression, anxiety, worry, blood pressure problems, emotional and mental confusion
- POOR HEALTH ~ lack of physical or mental energy, low immunity to colds and flu’s, or a general feeling of being run-down
A session typically lasts for one hour though the first one may be longer to allow a detailed case history to be taken.
The shiatsu will usually take place on a padded futon on the floor, on a massage table or on a special massage chair if lying is uncomfortable. You will remain fully clothed throughout and should find the experience both deeply relaxing yet invigorating.
Martin is an experienced therapist who has been working with shiatsu for more than 15 years. He trained with the European School of Shiatsu in London, and is a member of the Register of the Shiatsu Society, following their codes of ethics and conduct.
Martin also uses the following techniques in his practice and these may be requested individually if needed:
Cupping, Sotai, Moxibustion, Waveform, Pelvic Correction, Postural Correction, Seiki, Qi Kung, Tai Chi, On-site Massage.
All available in Caton, Brookhouse and surrounding areas, and at Lancaster University (discounts available for staff and students)
Our Mission Statement:
“Our values are simple. Unique Homecare Services strive to offer excellent and affordable homecare, supporting our clients and their families to achieve maximum independence, we are offering a new model of quality personalised care for the continued enjoyment of a life that remains as full as it possibly can be.”
Our Ethos and Vision is that by working as team with the client and their families we can establish the highest possible personalised care to give the best quality of life and the maximum independence for the people we are caring for.
Our Work Ethos is:
- To enhance and maintain the quality of life to the clients.
- Mutual respect at all times for ALL.
- Non-judgemental approach embracing the diversity of staff, clients and Stakeholders.
- To respect the client’s choices and risk taking to live the life they choose to live.
- To respect the client’s right to privacy and confidentiality.
- To empower the client to be as independent as possible.
- To adhere to the highest possible Health and Safety Standards.
- To welcome feedback to ensure we are continually improving the service we provide.
- To never discriminate against race, gender, disability, sexual orientation, age or religion.
- Flexibility in approach and attitude to aid problem solving and aid mutual respect and trust.
Our Vision is:
- “To be a pivotal part of the client’s life to ensure they are empowered to live the life they choose”
- “To approach all the care and support we offer to our clients in an innovative way, so they can live in the place of their choice, ensuring respect, choice and safety and an individual person centred approach is our commitment to them.”
Unique Homecare Services Ltd prides itself on having a client focused service, that ensures the client has the best experience of quality care whilst receiving services in their own home.
Clients will receive a bespoke service that identifies their individual care needs and what is important to their lives. We will also support the family, as we understand our clients can only remain safe and well at home if their family members have peace of mind themselves. The holistic approach is that good support received by everyone involved with the client.
Fully insured and City&Guilds qualified. All aspects of tree work undertaken.
We pride ourselves in offering safe and efficient tree care, such as tree pruning, tree removal, tree reports and storm damage. Our knowledge, skills and array of specialized equipment allow us to achieve this easily.
Suppliers and Installers of quality German, Schuller & Next 125 Kitchens.
Butler Interiors’ showroom is situated in the picturesque village of Low Bentham close to the Yorkshire Dales and within an area of natural beauty. We are just 30 minutes from the M6 and close to the A65 so travelling from any direction you will find an outstanding showroom, tucked away with plenty of customer parking and being off the main high street we are something of a hidden gem!
With Five Schuller kitchens, Two Next 125 kitchens there is plenty to see and explore. We have working Neff and Siemens appliances in the displays along with Franke sinks and taps all complimented by a range of worksurfaces.
There is an area holding a comprehensive range of sample doors and worktops where you can examine and compare all the different available finishes. We have lots of brochures for you to look through and take away and with our extensive product knowledge we are always happy to take the time to discuss and explain any aspect of our product or service.
You will be warmly welcomed into our showroom,
Look forward to seeing you soon
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Creative Horticulture provides a full range of garden maintenance services and garden design to residents in the local area.
Services include pruning and planting, with advice on the best plants for your garden, lawn care, hedge trimming and general garden tidying.
Garden design is provided with consultation to establish your key garden requirements, whilst providing ideas on how to achieve the desired space.
Unfortuantely, due to a full workload I am currently not taking on any new customers.
Local firm based in Caton. We specialise in the installation, service and repair of some of the UK’s leading manufacturer’s physical security solutions, including garage doors, shutters, industrial doors and retractable gate and window bar systems. With experienced and knowledgeable engineers nationwide, we provide you with a simple way to secure your home or business with quality products and workmanship that lasts.
Florist and flower grower. Specialising in wedding flowers made from our home grown flowers where possible. Christmas wreaths and goodies available too..
Established over 15 years ago by Father and son team Alan and andrew, Serving local customers in the lune valley area. Logs Direct now offer a national delivery service on a hugh range of winter and summer fuel products this is organised through our national website www.logsdirect.co.uk
Over the years we have built a good number of local customers throughout the area and now supply a full range of seasoned woods , kiln dried hard woods, fruit woods for flavouring and also a full range of packed coal and smokless fuel products. For the summmer months we also provide a range of garden products inc. our grade 1 top soil, musroom compost, and bark mulch for covering the borders etc.and for the outcooking we supply a large range of charcoal from a single instant lighting tray to a 12kg bag of restaurant charcoal.
We have a cash and carry service open to the public so why not pop up and see the full range of products available at Logs Direct.
All aspects of tree surgery in our area.
Award winning landscape and garden design company 'Peacock Design' offer a full range of professional design services from initial ideas and advice through to full detailed design for your whole garden, individual areas or specific features. Georgina Peacock, has over twenty nine years experience within the landscaping industry and this combined with sensitivity and imagaination means your wishes, budget and lifestyle needs are converted into a design for a uniquely personal garden, one you will be proud off.
Before setting up Peacock Design in 1996, experience was gained, first by studying Landscape Architecture at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh College of Art and LeedsMetropolitan University, followed by working for two private landscape architecture practices in Glasgow, Wimpey Homes covering the north east of England and Property Group of Lancashire County Council. As a result as well as private gardens, Peacock Design has been invloved in many public and commercial projects including: village play areas, housing developments, community projects (allotments, nature reserves and orchards) office and warehouse developments, static caravan and lodge parks, with recent public projects in cluding the new 'Sensory Garden' at the RSPB Reserve at Leighton Moss, near Arnside.
For more information and photos of completed projects, please follow the link to the PEACOCK DESIGN website:
Sew Green reliably service and repair all makes and ages of sewing machines and overlockers. Services begin at £40 and we invite you to bring your machine to one of our drop off points in Bentham, Caton or Lancaster at anytime time to suit you . A call out service is also available for industrial machines and more urgent repairs.
Wendy at Sew Green is possibly the only female engineer in the country, a friendly service combined with tender care of your beloved machine is guaranteed (many of my customers give their machines names).
Having tension issues? Stitches too long, too short or not locking together properly? Is your machine stuck in reverse or unable to go backwards? Bobbin winder not working as it should? This and many other problems can be rectified during a service. Remember, it does not matter what make, model or age your machine is, we can fix it!
Our machine services are incredibly thorough and we take great care of your beloved machine whilst "he" is in our care. Wherever possible we aim to have your machine ready within a week, often sooner.
Servicing at Sew Green follows a thorough step by step procedure, ensuring your machine is in perfect working order when it is returned to you. Regular servicing prolongs the life of your machine and all work is guaranteed for 6 months.
Willmill Gardening, A local, reliable, trustworthy service provided by Roger and Ian Wilson Caton residents for over 35 years covering all aspects of garden maintainence and landscaping, from an hours weeding to a full landscaping job. Competative hourly rates or price per job
Using all our own equipment running on our own fuel, we pride ourselves on customer satisfaction and attention to detail.
Please feel free to contact me; Roger Wilson for a free no obligation quote for your needs, there is no job to small!!
All aspects of tree care and forestry. Felling, pruning, reductions, crown lifting, Line clearance, wood chipping, stump grinding, hedging and hedge laying. All tree work considered and quoted free of charge. No job too big or small. Fully certified with £5 million public liability insurance. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Professional and reliableironing service with flexible time for collection and delivery : Free Home Collection and Delivery (for orders over £10) : Flexible Hours : Quick Turnaround Time : Smoke & Pet Free Environment
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We are based in Caton and cover all areas around Lancaster/ Morecambe and Lune valley.We specialise in window cleaning, gutter cleaning to full upvc cleaning and powerwashing. We also do commercial work as well as domestic work. firstname.lastname@example.org
Piano and Violin Tuition in the comfort of your own home. Ideal for ages of all ages. Prices may depend on travelling distance. Feel free to contact me via phone, text or email: 07999543611, email@example.com
Learn to drive in a friendly, relaxed, learning environment . All lessons are tailored to meet each persons individual needs, and all lessons are on a one to one basis. If you are a beginner, and have never driven before, you will drive on your first driving lesson. The independent driving aspect of the test is also incorporated into the training, giving you the confidence you need to pass the driving test. Nervous pupils are especially welcome.
Lessons are in a Ford Fiesta which is fitted with dual controls.
I also offer refresher lessons for those drivers who perhaps passed their test some time ago, but have not had the chance to get much driving experience since, motorway lessons and also Pass Plus, which can lower your insurance cost after you pass your driving test, and will help you become a safe driver for life.
All my driving lessons include door-to-door service and flexible lesson times. I'm always aware that times are hard and money is tight, so I try to keep my prices as low as possible, while still offering a quality service. Unlike some driving schools who offer low prices, but will then only actually drive for about half the lesson, and talk for the other half (to save fuel costs!!), with me you will drive for the entire lesson. I also offer block booking discounts, student discounts, as well as NHS staff discount.
Lune Dog Grooming, established in Caton in 2014, has now moved to a new purpose built salon at Animal Care, Lancaster.
Have your dog professionally groomed while visiting the cafe & facilities at Animal Care and contributing to the work this local charity does.
Contact Eleanor on 07855 345328 or Animal Care on 01524 65945 to book your pooch an appointment
- Monday to Friday - 9am to 6pm
- Saturday - 9am to 12:30pm
- A full prescription dispensing service
- Private consultation room
- Medicine usage review
- Prescription collection service
- Quit smoking advice
Started in 1975 in Lancaster City Centre by John & Patricia Fawcett and now passed on to the next generation our shop is situated at Greenlands Farm Village, Tewitfield just 4 minutes from M6 J35. As well as our core products for shooting and fishing we also stock a wide range of products that would interest all customers. There is a wide range of country clothing from most major suppliers e.g. Barbour, Patagonia, Musto, Simms, Le Chameau, Hunter, Meindl boots & Shoes etc etc to name but a few, we also stock pocket knives for ladies and gentlemen by Victorinox, Buck, Leatherman, Whitby etc -- Binoculars from, Ziess, Leica, Hawke, Swarovski & Giftware from many suppliers etc.
In March 2016 after 41 years we became a Limited company, still wholly owned by the Fawcett family and run by Stephen & Andrea and we are now located at a new purpose built shop at Greenlands Farm Villiage just off junction 35 on the M6 with plenty of free parking and easy access.
We have a worldwide mail order service and most brands of fishing and shooting equipment are stocked , Beretta, Browning, Miroku, Zoli, Webley, BSA, Hardy's, Greys, Loomis, Simms, Viking waders, Clothing by Patagonia, Barbour, Musto, Meindle etc etc, Optics by Swarovski , Zeiss, Leica, Hawke and many more brands.
We also offer an expert high quality in house bespoke gunsmithing service for shotguns and rifles.
Please call and see us we are open 9.00 to 5.00 every day except Wednesday & Sunday when we are closed both days.
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Caton Baby and Toddler Group provides a relaxed and friendly meeting place for parents and carers with babies and small children. It is a welcome time in the week, a chance to relax and chat together while our children play. What we offer is friendship and support, with learning and fun!
We meet every Tuesday morning (term time) between 10.00 and 11.30 am in the Victoria Institute, Brookhouse Road, Caton. Babies and pre-school children with an accompanying adult are very welcome. There is plenty of space for running around, and a range of good quality toys – that means lots of opportunities to free-play, use different equipment, and interact with other children. There are regular activities too, such as our child-led sing-along, and everyone gets a drink and healthy snack.
We make a small charge every week, and there is a reduction available for those who prefer to pay in advance for a whole term. The drop-in price is £2.50 per family, and this includes refreshments for both children and adults.
As our Group is led by parents and carers, and as we are with our children all the time, there is no need to become registered with OfSTED (Office for Standards in Education). However, we do have all the required insurance for running a toddler group.
Our chapel is situated by Artlebeck Bridge, between the two villages of Caton and Brookhouse. We meet every Sunday at 10.30am for morning service, which we try to make relevant for the needs of all. Morning service is followed by a brew and a chat, where we get to know each other better. On Sunday evenings we have usually have a prayer meeting at 6.00pm, followed by a service at 6.30pm, and this can take a variety of forms.
- 10:30am Morning Service and Sunday School
- 6:30pm Evening Service
Caton Book Group is a small, informal group of people who enjoy reading a wide range of books and talking about them. We normally meet on the first Monday of each month at 8pm at The Station in Caton.
June 2022 Helen Taylor - Why women read fiction
July 2022 Jessie Burton - Medusa
August 2022 Graham Greene - Our Man in Havana
September 2022 Tove Jansen - The Summer Book
October 2022 Susanna Clarke - Piranesi
November 2022 Amor Towles - A Gentleman in Moscow
Caton Gala is an annual event, held in early June on the Station Field. It is run by a hard-working committee who meet monthly in The Station.
We would love to welcome new members to the organising committee, if you can assist in any way, please contact Wendy Strickland (07855 590004) or Rosemary Horner (01524 770036). They can, as can all committee members, also be contacted by e-mail at “firstname.lastname@example.org” or via our Facebook page.
A small but very friendly congregation meet at Caton Methodist Church, and you are very welcome to join us on a Sunday Morning at 10:30am and stop for a cup of coffee after the service.
- 10:30am Morning Service and Junior Church
LUNE VALLEY OCEAN WAVERS SQUARE DANCE CLUB
Even if you think you can’t dance, give square dancing a go and you’ll be dancing from the very start. There’s no fancy footwork or complicated routines to remember. In fact, if you can walk normally at about marching pace you can Square Dance. The challenge is to learn the moves but our experienced Caller will quickly have you dancing to a variety of music from Country and Western to all-time favourites and modern pop. Learning to square dance opens up a whole new world of fun and friendship. Square dancing is good healthy exercise, mentally stimulating and emotionally uplifting. It promotes overall fitness and cardiac conditioning and burns off calories. Above all, it is great fun – we laugh a lot, which is the best medicine of all. So, come and join us on one or more of the free nights – everyone welcome – couples or singles – two left feet no problem – and you will be dancing straight away. There’s even free tea and biscuits at break time.More information from Peter (01524 771415) or Sheila (01524 411439). Club website: www.oceanwavers.co.uk, email: email@example.com,
Tucked away at the end of Ball Lane, Caton, Lunesdale Lawn Tennis Club is a beautifully situated, thriving club in the heart of the Lune Valley.
Lunesdale has excellent facilities and welcomes young or old; beginners, improvers or experienced players. With three grass courts and two floodlit carpet courts, together with a varied programme, there are plenty of opportunities to play at your level to match your time commitment. We play tennis throughout the winter as well as during the summer.
Whatever your ability, you'll receive a warm welcome at this friendly Club.
The Parish Council works on your behalf. Why not come along to a Parish Council Meeting on the second Tuesday of the month (except August) at 7:15pm in the Victoria Institute.
If you have anything to raise with the Parish Council this can be done at the start of the meeting, in the Open Forum.
Planning applications are considered at Parish Council meetings. Paper copies of applications are not available but can be viewed online the Lancaster City Council website .
The village Emergency Plan is under the tab marked Downloads. The Parish Council's Code of Conduct, Financial Regulations and Standing Orders are there too.
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SCOUTS meet Tuesdays in the Scout Hut from 7pm to 8.30pm contact 770134 (Sylvia Myall Scout Leader)
CUBS meet Wednesday in the Church Hall from 6.30pm to 8pm
BEAVERS meet Tuesday in the Church Hall from 6pm to 7pm
Contact for both Cubs and Beavers is Ian Cruickshank 771969 (Group Scout Leader)
The earliest record of a church or chapel on the site is before 1230. The tower dates probably from the 16th century. The rest of the church was rebuilt in 1865–67 to a design by the Lancaster architect E. G. Paley.
The church is constructed in sandstone rubble, with a slate roof. Its plan consists of a four-bay nave with a clerestory, north and south aisles, a south porch, a north transept containing the organ chamber, a chancel at a lower level, and a west tower. The tower is Perpendicular in style, and has three stages, diagonal buttresses, and an embattled parapet. On the west side is a doorway, over which is a three-light window with Perpendicular tracery. The bell openings also have three lights. On the south side of the church is the porch, with four bays to the east. The bays are separated by buttresses and each contains a three-light window with Perpendicular tracery. To the left of the easternmost window is a priest's door. Along the clerestory are four windows. The east window has three lights with Perpendicular tracery. In the west wall of the north aisle is a blocked Norman doorway containing a tympanum carved with human figures. It is filled in with coffin lids and medieval cross slabs.
Our policies on safeguarding can be seen in the Downloads section below.
- 9.30 am - Parish Worship (with creche) and Sunday Club for children in the Church Hall
The Link is published monthly and hand delivered free of charge to the residents of Caton & Brookhouse. It carries the latest news and advertising in an easy to read format.
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On 12th April 2008 the twinning of Socx and Caton-with-Littledale was formalised. Socx is located about 6 miles south of Dunkirk and has a population of about 1000.
Anyone in the parish is welcome to attend our fund raising events throughout the year and also join the trips to Socx and the events when they come to Caton. We particularly encourage families with children to take part as our activities are open to all ages.
On this day, 12th April 2008, the people of Caton and Brookhouse are honoured to formalise the twinning of our villages with Socx (France).
We are confident this relationship will enable the development of true and durable bonds of friendship and encourage mutual respect and understanding between our communities.
Our common aim is to promote cultural, linguistic and tourist exchanges between the people, schools and associations from each village.
Chairman of Caton & Brookhouse Twinning Association
Chairman of Caton-with-Littledale Parish Council
CONVENTION DE JUMELAGE
Ce jour, 12th April 2008 les habitants de Socx sont heureux de pouvoir créer des liens profonds d'amitié vrais et durables entre leur village et ceux de Caton et Brookhouse (Lancashire, Grande Bretagne) à l'occasion de leur jumelage.
Ils sont sûrs que cette union encouragera le respect mutuel, la compréhension et les liens réciproques entre des communautés.
Ils s'engagent à développer les échanges culturels, linguistiques et touristiques entre les écoles, les associations et les citoyens de tous âges, de chaque commune.
Le Président de L'Association de Jumelage de Socx
Le Premier Adjoint au Maire de Socx
The Women’s Institute (WI) was formed in 1915 with two clear aims: to revitalise rural communities and to encourage women to become more involved in producing food during the First World War. Since then our aims have broadened and we are now the largest women’s organisation in the UK. We celebrated our 90th anniversary in 2005 and currently have 210,000 members in 7,000 WIs.
We play a unique role in providing women with educational opportunities and the chance to build new skills, to take part in a wide variety of activities and to campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities.
Caton WI is one of the oldest in the country, having been formed in 1921. We have approximately 60 members some of whom not only meet locally but are also involved in activities with the Lancashire Federation eg. the WI choir, craft workshops, quizzes, walks etc.
Caton WI normally meets on the first Thursday of the month at the Victoria Institute. Meetings usually start at 7.30pm with a short business meeting followed by a speaker. The committee try to make the programme as varied as possible in order to satisfy the varied interests of our members. We end with light refreshments and a chance to catch up on gossip!
New members are always welcome. Just turn up on the day of the meeting, and we will look out for you.
Check the diary on the website for details of the next meeting or other events.
Lancashire Supported Lodgings Project are looking for volunteers who can offer support and lodgings to a vulnerable young person at a crucial time in their life.
If you have a spare bedroom and the time and desire to offer practical and emotional support, you are exactly who we are looking for.
We know that a supportive, stable home environment can make a huge difference to a young person's chances of moving on successfully.
As a lodgings provider, you don't have the same responsibility as a parent or foster parent, and the young person will have their own project worker. Most lodgings are for between 8 weeks and 2 years. During this time, you'll receive a weekly payment and ongoing support from Barnardo's.
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The Victoria Institute houses the Community Library. After Lancashire County Council closed the Caton library in 2007, Caton Community Library Trust was established to provide a service for the people of Caton-with-Littledale Parish and the wider Lune Valley. The Victoria Institute took on the running of the Library in 2016 when the Caton Community Library Trust was dissolved. Everyone is welcome to browse and to borrow the books, all of which have been donated and include a good range of favourites and latest bestsellers.
The Community Library is open during the Institute’s normal office hours.
The Victoria Institute lies at the heart of Caton village, which is located in the beautiful Lune Valley and Forest of Bowland AONB only 5 minutes from J34 of the M6 motorway.
Managed as a charity, the Institute offers a range of rooms available to hire for community, private, and business events. Founded in 1888, the Victoria Institute has been refurbished and extended over recent years to create a comfortable, well equipped venue.
The accommodation has been developed with flexibility of use in mind and, being arranged on one level, it is easily accessible by all. There is an accessible toilet. This vibrant resource centre is an important aspect of social life in the village, and many Clubs and Societies run regular activities in the Institute building. We have a large Hall, two good size meeting rooms, a small meeting room,well-equipped kitchen, and an IT Resource Centre, so most needs can be met whatever the size and nature of your planned event.
The Victoria Institute is also the village Emergency Centre.
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We are a small, creative primary school where each child knows they really matter. Learning and teaching here is innovative and through exciting and engaging activities, we develop the 5Rs:
Reciprocity, Resilience, Resourcefulness, Risk-taking and Reflection.
Caton St. Paul's is an aided Church of England primary school situated in the picturesque Lune Valley village of Brookhouse, yet less than ten minutes from Lancaster city centre. Children are admitted from the village of Caton and Brookhouse with a number of children coming from other areas such as Halton, Claughton, Morecambe and Lancaster. There has been a school on this site for more than a hundred and fifty years and this long history has ensured that Caton St. Paul's is at the heart of the village community. This is a feature that is special to rural schools and one that fosters an environment of trust and respect. We are proud of this aspect of the school life.
A fun filled & friendly introduction to foreign language for toddlers and pre-school children (aged 1 - 4 years) through catchy songs and rhymes, fun games, puppets, stickers, stories, beanbags and balls. Sessions run by Claire Hill. I am a qualified and experienced languages teacher (with enhanced DBS check) and a mum! Classes start from 28th September and are term time only. All classes week commencing 28th September are free. Classes held at Caton, Halton, Bolton-le-Sands, Wray and Quernmore.
If you fancy trying something new or are looking for a more gentle way of keeping fit and active, then do come along to the Club House behind St Paul’s church hall on a Wednesday evening to see what we get up to. Classes run from 7-9pm, all are welcome, no previous experience is needed, and the first session is free. We practice gentle movement and breathing exercises (Chi Kung) and some more vigorous Tai Chi exercises and short forms too. All postures can be performed to whatever level of fitness and flexibility you have so are suitable for everyone, and Tai Chi is great for reducing stress, increasing balance, mobility, muscle strength and general fitness.
Martin Knowles 01524 771598 / Martin@CatonGreen.co.uk for more info
Local football clubs include Caton Terriers (Juniors), Under 17s and Caton United (seniors). Caton Sports Association supports them all.
We welcome new members so if you are interested in joining please contact any one of the committee:
Secretary: Andy Kehoe (07803 062895) 12 Pinewood Avenue, Brookhouse
Chairman: Ian Hodgson (07909 917079) 53 Winchester Avenue, Lancaster
Lune Valley Swimming Pool is in the beautiful village of Hornby in the picturesque Lune Valley.
The pool is 15m by 6m and offers a comfortable and friendly atmosphere to all its users.
Full information including opening hours and classes - on their website.
We run two teams in the Lancaster Bowling League on Tuesday nights starting 10 April and one team in the Morecambe League on Wednesday nights starting. We run a Veterans team on Thursday afternoons and two floodlight teams starting in September.
This years membership is £35 and £20 for Late Season Membership from August. New members either to play in teams or just for social bowling are always welcome. Please enquire to Reg Robinson - Chairman (770166) or Keith Hudson - Secretary (771051) or at the Station Hotel.
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A vibrant and welcoming community centre in the heart of Halton, The Centre is a modern, versatile facility, a great venue for leisure, health, education and activities for all ages. Our wide range of facilities offers both indoor and outdoor space with a fantastic skate park. We have all sorts of classes and activities, from sports and exercise to community activities and events. The Centre holds many events such as music and plays, Children’s Nearly New Sales, Ceilidh and Fun Day events.
In the popular Coffee Shop you can purchase anything from 10p biscuits and 20p lollipops to a wide range of teas, coffees and delicious homemade cakes. We offer a range of sandwiches and paninis freshly made to order, and also jacket potatoes, hotdogs, soups, ices, sweets and snacks.
I provide 1 to 1 teaching based in Brookhouse. Lessons are 1 hour long and can be a standard structure or bespoke to your requirements. A wide range of literature is provided during the lessons to help in your German language learning.
The tutorials can provide help with German speaking, listening, reading and writing.
In addition to the language teaching, a background to life in Germany (including tips for visitors) and history of the country can be incorporated into the lessons to provide a fully rounded class as desired.
I have studied German for many years, taking the GCSE exam (A*) in the UK and also studying beyond A Level standard in Germany with Goethe Institute (B1 certificate held). I have lived in several German towns including Hamburg, Düsseldorf and Berlin.
A lesson including all materials is £24.
Please do not hesitate to call for more information.
3 Hornby Road, Caton, LA2 4QW
Caton's former Post Office is now a light, welcoming cafe serving speciality coffee and loose leaf teas, fresh food and homemade cakes. With an emphasis on North West suppliers including Halton Butchers, Carvetii Coffee Roasters (Keswick), Lovingly Artisan (Kendal) and home baked cakes you can be sure of great food and drink.
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 9am - 4pm.
The Old Post Office Cafe is situated in the heart of the village, adjacent to the Millennium Cycle Way and only a short walk to the Crook o’ Lune beauty spot. Free and easy parking is available in the village which is only 3 miles from M6 (Junction 34) making it an ideal spot to break your journey.
Option to eat in or take away with outdoor seating on dry days.
Accessible entrance, cyclists, walkers and dogs welcome.
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The Halton Gardening Group was established in 2012 with the aim of providing a forum to share information, swap plants and gardening know-how, and to improve the local environment of the village of Halton.
All are welcome. You don’t need any gardening knowledge or expertise. We are keen to involve all sections of our community, and we are open to ideas and suggestions for individual and community benefit. We are enthusiastic amateurs with a varied range of knowledge and experience.
Meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, currently online due to government restrictions (Jan 2021).
The group have been very busy in 2021 refurbishing the Memorial Garden on the corner of Low Rd and Foundry Lane, with support from the Parish Council, contractors, and any other willing volunteers. Over £2000 has already been raised from grants and plant sales to help with the restoration. Donations so far received: Halton Lune Trust, Duchy of Lancaster, DPD Eco Fund, Logs Direct, HiQ Tyres & Autocare, and the Lancaster Community Fund for which we are very grateful.
This ambitious project has captured the imagination of our members and supporters, and we have managed to achieve a huge amount of work, so far but there is a always a great deal of work to do to maintain the garden and any additional help will be greatly appreciated.
We have removed and reduced overgrown in the three border beds and replanted with a selection of plants and flowers, which reflect the era during which the garden was built and are sensitive to its purpose as a Memorial space. Working with the cherry tree which has been pruned to allow more light, and some remaining shrubs, the new planting will provide year round interest and colour, with respect for wildlife. We expect it will take us until Summer 2022 to complete.
This will provide an interesting foreground to the historic Motte and Bailey behind and complement any heritage conservation and promotion in the future.
If you are interested in helping with our Memorial Garden project or joining our group, please get in touch with Anne Snowden, Secretary HGG, 07523 182617, or email: email@example.com
The Caton and Brookhouse Gardening Club was founded, way back in 1882, with the rather grand sounding name of The Caton and District Floral and Horticultural Society, in order to foster an interest in horticulture and to provide a community of interest in the district.
In the early days it had a full committee of very knowledgeable people and flourished as a genuine 'Horticultural Society', the centrepiece of it’s annual calendar being a full blown 'mini Chelsea' Show.
Unfortunately, over the last decade or so of 20th century, the experienced members of the committee were becoming very thin on the ground and those who were left were 'slowing down', as happens to all of us as we age, so staging the show was becoming more and more difficult. At the same time the Society experienced difficulties recruiting people on to the committee, and, sadly, it slowly started to die. Despite the efforts of Chairman Moyra Loads (wife of the late Fred Loads, one time committee member of the Society), for a short time, the Society was virtually dormant.
In 1998, Moyra's efforts to resurrect the Society finally bore fruit. The members of the old committee handed over to a new band of people who, while they were enthusiastic, lacked the skills of the old guard. Consequently, while the Society's official title is still The Caton and District Floral and Horticultural Society, it now operates in a much less formal way and, since 2004, under the less intimidating name of The Caton and Brookhouse Gardening Club. George Woodend became chairman and Moyra Loads was awarded life membership.
The Caton and Brookhouse Gardening Club has settled down and is thriving on a fairly fixed annual programme of events. We used to hold most of these at the Victoria Institute in Caton, the original home of the society, on the second Thursday in any month. In addition to the annual programme, committee members maintain the planters, millennium trees and the seat outside the old library.
After a long break because of COVID we started up again in September 2021 on a limited program. Because of circumstances beyond our control we moved to a new venue: St Paul's Church Hall in Brookhouse, with meetings as usual on the second Thursday of the month but starting at a new time of 7:00pm.
Annual membership costs the extortionate amount of £3.50 and entry to Speaker Evenings for members costs just £1.00. We have between 50 and 60 members though would welcome new members at any time of year.
Non members are welcome to our Speaker Evenings but for a charge of £2:00.
Oh, and incidentally, membership of the Caton and Brookhouse Gardening Club entitles a member to 10% discount at WCF in Claughton and Bay View Garden Centre in Bolton-le-Sands but . . . hold your horses . . . only on producing a current membership card and satisfactory identification.
Annual Membership is payable at the AGM which is held on the second Thursday in April and starts our year which looks something like this:
Spring and Summer activities.
Sees us holding our annual Plant Sale and Coffee Morning - usually on the first or second Saturday morning. We buy in plants from a local nursery and, with just a modest mark up, sell them on. This provides a service for the local community and helps us to stock our coffers which cannot manage with just a £3.50 annual subscription. We also sell plants donated by both our members and generous members of the public and, for the entry fee of £1.00 we provide tea/coffee/juice and some posh biscuits.
In 2016 we expanded our Plant Sale to make it more of a Spring Fair. We now include, in addition to the plants, tables for various village organisations / schools / 'craftspeople' / people to advertise their presence and/or sell whatever they want to sell. We don't try to make a profit from them as we want to create a convivial village atmosphere: 'A Nice Morning out at the Victoria Institute'. However, we do have to cover the cost of the tables and, to date, the cost of a table has usually been around £4.50 for the morning. So. if you want a table at our next Nice Morning Out at the Victoria Institute, please contact our secretary.
Since COVID and our move to the Church Hall, we have not held a Plant Sale. We hope to start again, however, in 2023 with a new format.
We usually have a tent at the Caton Gala where we sell plants and promote the Gardening Club.
On the second Thursday in June we have an Evening Trip to a garden in the area. The evening trip gardens are often, but not always, gardens from the Yellow Book. The Evening Trip usually involves our members in a tea drinking and cake eating activity as well as that of wandering round someone's garden oooohing and aaaaahing and getting ideas for our own.
Every four years or so we organise the Caton and Brookhouse Open Gardens event sometime in the last fortnight of June. This event is enjoyed as much by the people who open their gardens as the people who visit the gardens and has always been a success . . . even in the years when the heavens have opened on us! To see a slide show of the 20 gardens opened in June 2018 please click the following link: https://youtu.be/-dE4xcctKyY .
Autumn and winter activities
Our Speaker Secretaries arrange for varied and interesting speakers to entertain us once a month over autumn and winter and these are interspersed with a DVD evening and festive occasions.
Is the time we host our Mini Harvest Show. This is a very informal affair for members to show off their arts. We have several classes including such things as home grown fruit and veg, some sort of baked item, a piece of craftwork with a floral theme, a flower arrangement, an indoor plant and so on. Entries are anonymous and we developed a democratic system for judging them using a voting system. Each person attending the event has one vote for every class and the winner of a class is that entry polling the most votes. We also dish up tea and posh biscuits and have a good old chin wag while the votes are being counted.
Post COVID and since our move to the Church Hall we no longer hold our Mini Harvest Show but invite a speaker. Thus, September now sees our first Speaker Evening of the year accompanied, of course, by the ubiquitous tea and posh biscuits.
A Speaker Evening, accompanied, of course, by tea and posh biscuits.
In November we do not invite a speaker, we have a Gardening DVD Night. The DVD is usually on some sort of gardening or environmental theme. This saves speaker fees and actually makes for a very pleasant occasion accompanied, of course, by, you guessed it, tea and posh biscuits.
In December we have a break from speakers and hold a Social Evening where we have a bit of fun. But this is not accompanied by tea and biscuits, this is accompanied by wine and nibbles.
From 2019 our Social Evening has morphed into a 'practical' quiz (we have had to identify leaves and twigs and seeds etc and it has been great fun and very educational) and a members' question and answer evening. This is an event where we all sit round the room guzzling mince pies and drinking tea and where a member can ask a question on a problematic gardening issue and, hopefully, receive an answer from another member who has already experienced and solved the issue. Watch this space.
Our members are usually so busy in December that we hold our annual Festive Meal in January at some local hostelry. We usually have some sort of quiz and prize to add a bit of interest as most of us are a bit jaded by the time Christmas and New Year are over!
A Speaker Evening, accompanied, of course, by tea and posh biscuits.
Sees our final Speaker Evening. Guess what accompanies it? Correct 🙂
And that completes the circle with in:
The Annual General Meeting that starts off the following year accompanied by, no, not tea and posh biscuits, but wine and nibbles.
C/O Mears Ghyll
We meet weekly at the Victoria Institute, currently on Monday mornings from September to May and have a different speaker each week. Topics covered are varied and have included local and national history, foreign places, and Bonsai. We also have an annual Christmas Party and an annual day trip. In the past we have visited Muncaster Castle and Dewlay Cheesemakers
We are a friendly group and welcome anyone from surrounding areas near or far, including Hornby, Brookhouse, Halton, Wray and Lancaster.
Fancy taking up a new sport, or maybe reconnecting after time out from playing? We are a small friendly club looking for more players - particularly ladies, so that we can make a second team for the league.
Our venue at Ripley St Thomas Sports Hall in Lancaster has four courts so there will be lots of opportunities to play mixed, men's and ladies doubles, singles, and even just practice certain shots.
Our season starts again on Wednesday 8 September 2021 from 7.00pm - 9.00pm, and our club night runs for the whole season not affected by match nights, so there will be plenty of games for everyone.
Whether you are interested in playing for our match teams, or just want to play regularly on a weekly basis, why not ring Glenys for more information or simply join us on a Wednesday night to try us out.
The first session is free, so there's nothing to lose!
Access to the Sports Hall is via the main school entrance off Ashton Road, just down from the hospital turning. There are stone pillars at the entrance. Follow the road around the front of the school, and with the playing fields on your right hand side, keep following the road around and down to the right. At the bottom is the Sports Hall with about a dozen parking spaces available. Parking is also available up at the top opposite the playing fields if the car park is full by the sports hall.
Looking forward to seeing you soon.
Glenys Knowles - Secretary - Brookhouse Badminton Club
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TONY COX SCHOOL OF THE ACOUSTIC GUITAR
Adept at many different styles of music, any student studying with Tony will develop a healthy appreciation of just how the acoustic guitar can straddle many different genres, among them folk, blues, pop, classical, rock, jazz, African, country and bluegrass.
The theory of music as applied to the guitar makes up a big part of Tony's teaching. Students can expect to study the following: reading (notes and TAB), keys, chords, harmony and improvisation. Tony is a Registered Guitar Tutor affiliated to the London College of Music and can offer accredited guitar grades 1 through to 8.
Tony's students span the world. He uses Skype video technology for these far away lessons. So no matter where you live in this world, if you have skype and a strong bandwidth, you can study the acoustic guitar with Tony. If you prefer face-to-face lessons with no screen in between, you have to live in Caton and surrounds and of-course depending on where we are with Covid restrictions etc.
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INTRODUCING: LUNE VALLEY METHODIST HUB
Housed in the building formerly known as Brookhouse Methodist Church, Lune Valley Methodist Hub is run by members of the North Lancashire Methodist Circuit of twenty chapels located across an area from Silverdale in the north to Goosnargh in the south. The Minister is Rev. Emma Holroyd: firstname.lastname@example.org
Activities presently include worship services once or twice a month, a book and jigsaw exchange on the third Saturday of each month, fortnightly Bible study, craft sessions in school holidays, plus an established Art Group.
Since the invasion of Ukraine, in co-operation with the Caton and Friends of Ukraine Appeal, a drop-in centre is being hosted on Saturdays. Refugee families who are housed locally can meet together for social contact and mutual support.
Future plans include the opening of the cafe to the public on one or two days per week.
The building also offers ample scope for Community activities and rooms are available to hire, e.g. for children’s birthday parties, pilates sessions, etc.
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Please contact Jo Towers (Circuit Administrator) or Rev Emma at the email addresses given above if you wish to volunteer your help with the cafe or the Refugee Drop-in.