Friday 24th February 2017
Runners are being urged to sign up by Tuesday 28 February for the popular Ron Hill Accrington 10k race before discounted online entries close.
Transport and streets news
If you can help the Council prove that a person is failing to clean up after their dog has fouled then you could be entitled to a £50 reward.
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.
Hyndburn Council and specialist build-to-rent developer, PlaceFirst, scooped the Public/Private Partnership of the Year Award at the prestigious Insider North West Residential Property Awards.
Education and learning news
Holocaust Memorial Day takes place each year on the 27 January, the date that Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest Nazi death camp, was liberated by allied soldiers in 1945.
Advice and benefits news
The Mayor of Hyndburn, Cllr Tim O’Kane, is inviting people to his biggest charity fund raising event of the year, the Mayoral Charity Ball, which this year has an Irish theme the 'Donegal Ding Dong.'
Leisure and culture news
Pupils from Peel Park Primary School, fired up with enthusiasm after watching their new film 'Amazing Accrington' have been out and about in Accrington town centre exploring its heritage.
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
Clayton Amateur Boxing club, one of the Mayor’s chosen charities, got a big boost on Saturday with a fundraising Charity Boxing Event.