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You will therefore not be required to comply with the original fixed penalty and as the matter will not proceed to court, nor will you be liable for any additional penalty points, fines or disqualification that could be imposed by a Magistrates’ Court.
Please note if you believe yourself not guilty of the alleged offence you should carefully consider whether to accept a course offer and instead elect a court hearing to challenge the evidence.
It can also be used for motorcyclists demonstrating careless riding that has led to a collision.
This course may be offered following a road traffic collision/incident as an alternative to proceedings before the Magistrates’ Court for due care type offences; this course lasts a full day and includes both theory and practical sessions.
The aim of this course is to raise awareness on the major causes of road crashes, how stress, fatigue, attitudes and behaviour affect safe driving, to improve understanding of appropriate speeds, hazard recognition and defensive driving methods and to be self-critical on driving errors and to improve driving skills.
Upon satisfactory completion of these course Lancashire Constabulary will take no further action in relation to the alleged offence.
If you are interested in studying old maps or tracing family history then this is the place to go.
You may have time to accept the conditional offer of fixed penalty if you would like your matter dealt with outside the Magistrates’ Court; however if you would like the alleged offence to be considered by the Magistrates please elect a court hearing by writing to the Central Process Unit at the following address: Central Process Unit PO Box 1329Preston PR2 0SX Arrangements will then be made for proceedings to be passed before the Magistrates’ Court.
These online versions of Old Maps of Lancashire were produced by The Environment Directorate's Archaeology Service.
Because of internet limitations the map area is smaller than the maps here but if you are interested in an area not covered here then it is definitely the place to try.
Note: In 1974 the administrative boundaries of Lancashire were redrawn and the Counties of Greater Manchester and Merseyside formed.