Friday 22nd July 2016
Four Council staff have clocked up and an astonishing 173 years’ service between them.
Jobs and careers news
Around 300 would-be apprentices attended an apprenticeship event at Accrington Town Hall.
Education and learning news
Year 9 students from Rhyddings Business and Enterprise School gathered to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day on 27 January 2016.
Transport and streets news
An Oswaldtwistle woman was ordered to pay £215 for failing to clean up dog mess from the back yard of her property recently.
Hyndburn Council is again showing its full support for the White Ribbon Campaign, as White Ribbon Day heralds the start of 16 days of action to stop violence against women and girls.
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.
Council and democracy news
Cllr Tim O’Kane was installed as Hyndburn’s Mayor at a Mayor Making event on Saturday 21 May at Accrington Town Hall, taking the reins from outgoing Mayor, Cllr Marlene Haworth.
Community and living news
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.