Trading standards have applied for a review of a convenience store's licence on the grounds of' prevention of crime and disorder'

The premise licence review is for the Mini Market on Higher Market Street, Farnworth.

The notice has been placed outside its window.

The Bolton News approached a member of staff concerning this but they declined to make a comment.

The review of the store’s licence has been made by trading standards.

People interested in the application can make representations about this up to December 12.

The notice states in full: "Application for Review of a Premises Licence - Section 53a (1)(b).

"Notice is given that an application has been made to Bolton Council for a review of a premise licence in respect of the premises licence issued to Abdul Bari for the premises trading as Farnworth Mini Market at 20 Higher Market Street, Bolton, BL4 9AJ.

"The grounds for the application for review are: The prevention of crime and disorder: Concerning the sale of illicit tobacco.

"Any interested party or responsible authority may make representations in writing to the Assistant Director (Neighbourhood and Regulatory Services), Bolton Council, Licensing Team, Ground Floor, Bolton Town Hall, Bolton BL1 1RU.

"The date of review hearing is to be arranged.

"It is an offence to knowingly or recklessly make a false statement in connection with an application."

A hearing to determine whether the shop can retain its licence will take place at a later date.