Monday 28th July 2014
A magnificent seven green spaces in Hyndburn are among the best in the country and have been presented with the prestigious Green Flag Award for green space excellence.
Jobs and careers news
Over 200 people visited Accrington Town Hall on 16 January to find out about apprenticeships on offer at the Hyndburn Apprenticeship event.
Advice and benefits news
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.
Transport and streets 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.
A Hyndburn-based plastics manufacturer is set to create 20 new jobs after a Government grant helped it purchase new machinery.
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
National Allotment Week came to an Accrington allotment with a fun Question Time on organic gardening.
Environment and planning news
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
A plaque dedicated to the memory of famous local Accrington Pals historian, William 'Bill' Turner, will be unveiled on Monday 4 August by his wife, Mrs Ruth Turner.