Friday 20th November 2015
Townships will soon be sparkling, with the switching on of thousands of Christmas lights across the borough, heralding the start of a programme of festive events for all the family to enjoy.
Education and learning news
Hyndburn residents are being asked to have their say about how public land is used by dog owners and other user groups, after the introduction of a new Act of Parliament.
Health and social care news
Funding has been secured to expand the provision of an innovative exercise class for Stroke Survivors and people with Parkinson's disease.
Transport and streets news
Hyndburn Council is harnessing the latest mobile technology to make it easier for residents to manage their household waste and report fly tipping, with the launch of the new my.hyndburn app.
Advice and benefits news
There's still time to have your say about how the Council should fund Council Tax Support from next April, as the consultation runs until 29 November.
Which festive shop window display will have the X factor in Great Harwood this year?
The owner of a derelict empty property on Spring Street, Rishton has been taken to court and ordered to pay £1300 in fines and costs.
Leisure and culture news
Have you seen the looking 'up and down' exhibition yet? Capturing history, memories and change is at the heart of an exhibition which is open during Market Hall times until Saturday 26 September.
Council and democracy news
Councillors in Hyndburn will decide whether the Borough wants to join forces with authorities across Lancashire to create a Combined Authority.
Environment and planning news
Hyndburn's new dog warden, Jane Grady, is the Council's latest addition to the dog warden and pest control team, now patrolling the Borough in dedicated vans.
Community and living news
The Mayor joined Councillors and local schoolchildren at Haworth Art Gallery on 17 September, to mark the Queen becoming the country's longest serving monarch on 9 September.