Thursday 8th September 2016
Two popular local beauty spots are set for national recognition next Summer when they will be declared Local Nature Reserves.
Education and learning news
Year 9 students from Rhyddings Business and Enterprise School gathered to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day on 27 January 2016.
Transport and streets news
Local people are invited to have their say about a new Town Square for Accrington, at a consultation event being held at Accrington Town Hall later this month.
Health and social care news
Blackburn Cathedral will swing to the sounds of samba at an upcoming event celebrating the best of health and social care in East Lancashire.
Hyndburn are proud to support the CHiL (Cosy Homes in Lancashire) scheme in securing funding and organising the installation of heating and insulation measures in homes across Lancashire.
Advice and benefits news
As from Monday 1 August 2016 the reception area at the Council’s Willows Lane Depot in Accrington will close.
Leisure and culture news
Local people will be able to get out in the fresh air and get fit at the same time soon, when a new outdoor gym, the first of its kind in Hyndburn, is installed in Mercer Park, Clayton-le- Moors.
Council and democracy news
Lancashire County Council is asking people to consider if they could be a councillor ahead of next year's county elections.
The Council reassures all shoppers that Accrington Market and Market Hall are open for business as usual whilst Lancashire County Council undertakes work to remove the bus shelters from Peel Street.
Community and living news
Cllr Munsif Dad, Cabinet Member for Communities, put forward a motion at Council last week to enable all Councillors to publicly condemn hate crime in all its forms.