Thursday 19th January 2017
It's certainly proving popular!
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.
Hyndburn residents could save between £200 and £300 a year by switching gas and/or electricity suppliers.
Health and social care news
Hyndburn Council continues to support the White Ribbon Campaign, as White Ribbon Day heralds the start of 16 days of action to stop violence against women and girls.
Local businesses joined in the festive fun in Great Harwood by entering their window displays into the Best Dressed Window Competition.
Advice and benefits news
It’s all going on at The Haworth, wedding bookings and visitor numbers have rocketed and the former Stable and Motor House has now been restored beautifully.
Leisure and culture news
Two sapling oak trees were planted in Haworth Park on Saturday 19 November, to mark the centenary of the end of the Battle of the Somme, in memory of the 'Lads from Lancashire' who fought there.
Council and democracy news
Councillor Abdul Khan, Chair of the Resources Overview and Scrutiny Committee, is inviting Hyndburn residents to take part in the Council’s budget consultation meeting.
Community and living news
There's so much going on in Accrington this festive season that the town's Christmas events schedule is bursting like Santa's present-filled sack!