Hyndburn Borough Council

Hyndburn Borough Council

Latest news

Reception Services Moved From Willows Lane Depot To Scaitcliffe House

Thursday 28th July 2016

As from Monday 1 August 2016 the reception area at the Council’s Willows Lane Depot in Accrington will close.

Health and social care news

Helping Mothers to Give Babies the Best Start

Here in Hyndburn there's lots going on to support mums to breastfeed their babies.

Education and learning news

Holocaust Memorial Day 2016

 Year 9 students from Rhyddings Business and Enterprise School gathered to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day on 27 January 2016.

Transport and streets news

Download my.hyndburn!

Hyndburn Council is harnessing the latest mobile technology to make it easier for residents to manage their household waste and report fly tipping, with the launch of the new my.hyndburn app.

Leisure and culture news

Excellent Eight Awarded Green Flag

 Hyndburn has some of the best parks and green spaces in Britain

Advice and benefits news

Stone Book Of Remembrance Installed

 Families now have more options for commemorating their loved ones at Accrington Cemetery.

Council and democracy news

Congratulations To Fantastic Four

 Four Council staff have clocked up and an astonishing 173 years’ service between them.

Business news

Accrington Market Is Open As Usual

The Council reassures all shoppers that Accrington Market and Market Hall are open for business as usual whilst Lancashire County Council undertakes work to remove the bus shelters from Peel Street.

Housing news

CHIL to Bring Warmth to Residents' Homes

Hyndburn are proud to support the CHiL (Cosy Homes in Lancashire) scheme in securing funding and organising the installation of heating and insulation measures in homes across Lancashire.

Environment and planning news

Dirty Back Yard Leads to Hefty Fines

 A Rishton man has been found guilty by magistrates of failing to comply with an abatement notice ordering him to remove rubbish from the back yard of his property on Spring Street in the town.

Community and living news

Leaders Unite To Condemn Any Form of Racism And Xenophobia

All Hyndburn Council’s group leaders have united to publicly condemn any form of racism and xenophobia, following reports of a rise in hate crimes nationally.


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