Hyndburn Borough Council

Hyndburn Borough Council

Latest news

White Ash School Win Trip to Theatre

Friday 10th October 2014

In September, Hyndburn Leisure started a mission, alongside Sid Sloane from C-Beebies, to encourage more children into theatre and the arts.

Health and social care news

Sensory Loss Experience

Hyndburn Councillors and officers recently took part a blind-folded walk around Accrington Town Centre.

Transport and streets news

Accrington Town Team News

The recently formed Accrington Town Team has been busy coming up with lots of ideas to promote the town centre shops and services to visitors and shoppers.

Advice and benefits news

Free and Easy Way to Pay Bills!

 As part of a drive to increase efficiency and cut costs, Hyndburn Council has launched e-billing, a free, secure and easy way for local people to access their Council Tax or Business Rates bill.

Business news

Accrington Market Hall Has It All!

The award-winning Accrington Market Hall is bucking the national trend and is now almost fully occupied.

Housing news

Woodnook Facelift Underway!

Specialist empty homes developer PlaceFirst has appointed Accrington-based contractor Rosslee Construction to undertake an £850,000 facelift of 89 homes in Nuttall Street, Accrington, Lancashire.

Leisure and culture news

Sid's Show Encouraging Children into Theatre

On Sunday 28 September Sid from CBeebies is coming to town with his sensational live show perfect for families with children aged 3 years and upwards.

Council and democracy news

Lyndon Playing Fields - Great Harwood

The Council has received a huge response to its proposal to dispose of Lyndon Playing Fields, Great Harwood for residential development.

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

Accrington Pipe Band Couple to Receive 'Ruby Award'

Two local stalwarts of the much loved Accrington Pipe Band are set to be the third recipients of the 'Ruby Award'.

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