Wednesday 26th November 2014
This is a plea to save grass roots football in our Country.
Jobs and careers news
Local businesses are being urged to take part in an Apprenticeship event, set to take place in the New Year, on 15 January from 4.00pm to 7.00pm at Accrington Town Hall.
Transport and streets news
Cllr Paul Cox, Cabinet Member for Environmental Issues, praised a local resident who provided information which led to a fixed penalty notice for a dog owner who didn't pick up after their dog.
Advice and benefits news
Panto season is fast approaching and this year sees the return of Sleeping Beauty at The Civic Theatre, Oswaldtwistle.
Recycling has just been made even easier for residents who struggle to carry recycling receptacles to the Council’s designated collection point.
Saturday 6 December is 'Small Business Saturday', a national campaign to promote and support local traders in the UK.
Council and democracy news
Year 8 pupils from Hollins Technology College recently took part in a 'Question Time' style event with a panel of Hyndburn Councillors, political representatives and Police.
Leisure and culture news
Spout House community woodland hosted the event, organised by Hyndburn Borough Council, as the local event for National Tree Week on Saturday 29 November.
Environment and planning news
Lots of dog owners braved the wind and rain to get their dogs micro-chipped recently, when the Council's Dog Warden service joined forces with the Dog's Trust to offer a free micro-chipping session.