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The pictures above are (left) Town Hall, [not now] (centre) Leyland Free Library and Museum, [now closed]
(right) Police Station. [as was].
This site is designed to be functional and basic, giving you the information regarding what we are doing, planning on doing,
what we would like to do, and, what we have done. The page links are set to be always at the left side of the screen to
allow you to move to any page from any page.
This is our notice board, which is sited beside the Leyland Library and Museum building on Market
I, the Chair of the Hindley Residents Association, would like to take this oppurtunity to say a big
“Thank you” to all the people of Hindley who appear to be
happy with the state of the place. Such things as filthy car parks, grotty graffiti, closed shops,
derelict buildings, overgrown landscapes, and more. With the lack of interest and grinding apathy
that lurks in every corner of
Hindley, it really makes our job so much easier.
We, the present committee, don’t have to listen to your needs at the
meetings. We don’t have to worry about street lights not shining. We don’t
have to bother about where the council is going to put some more double yellow lines. We
don’t have to fret when refuse bins are removed and not replaced. We don’t have to,
but we do!
Now. If you aren‘t bothered, go away and kick your empty beer can. Drop your litter
in the street. Scrawl your filth on the wall. Just don’t gripe when you have to
pay your fine and do your Community work!
The alternative is so easy it amazes that you choose what you do. All you have to do is chat to
your neighbours to get their thoughts, then come to the meetings to ‘hang out your washing’, and
maybe become a member of the Committee and show that you really are wanting Hindley to be a number one town to
There is now a tribute to Logan Gregson from the Wigan Observer on the Gallery page, and some photographs of
the unveiling of the memorial stone.
Read 'Information' about two new sets of pictures in the Gallery.
See the information on the green panel on the 'Information' page.
Is there anything about Hindley you would like to see changed?
Is there anything about Hindley you are not happy about?
We meet bi-monthly, on the second Tuesday of the month, at seven o'clock in St. Benedicts' hall, Chapel Street, by kind permission.
Come along and help us make a difference to things in the town, and help us get some changes made. Who knows?
It could easily be a change you want to see happen. What a great feeling to know it was you that
helped it happen!