Tuesday 17th February 2015
IMPORTANT - Personal licences expire after 10 years.
Jobs and careers news
Over 300 would-be apprentices came along to an Apprenticeship event at Accrington Town Hall recently.
Health and social care news
Planning the perfect date can be stressful as there's a lot to worry about, including of course, whether you will get on and if you will make a good impression.
Transport and streets news
New vehicle-activated signs, which flash up the driver's speed electronically at the approach of a vehicle, are set to be installed on busy roads across Hyndburn.
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.
The award-winning Accrington Market Hall is bucking the national trend and is now almost fully occupied.
Leisure and culture news
A beautiful woodland area close to Accrington town centre is set to be improved, thanks to a £110,000 grant from the Forestry Commission.
You can now print off your own copy of your waste collection day calendar as well as checking your waste collection day online.
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.
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.