Freedom Parade 2014

  Thousands of people flocked to Accrington yesterday, 1st July, to cheer on 120 soldiers from the 1st Battalion of the Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment, who marched through the town in a spectacular Freedom Parade. Huge crowds, including...

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Older People

Older People – Age Action AllianceHyndburn Borough Council is a member of the Age Action Alliance. The Alliance is a network which brings together both organisations and older people, in partnership. Drawn from civil society and the public...

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Breast-feeding in Hyndburn

Hyndburn Borough Council is officially breastfeeding friendly, with the adoption of a new policy which shows how breastfeeding mothers will be made welcome within Council offices and other premises across Hyndburn. The Breastfeeding Friendly...

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Dignity Code

In 2012, Britain’s biggest pensioner organisation, the National Pensioners’ Convention (NPC), launched it’s Dignity Code. The code sets out minimum standards for the dignified treatment of older people, whether in hospital or...

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Efficiency Support Grant

  Hyndburn Borough Council recognises and accepts that it is the responsibility of everyone involved in the public sector to contribute to reducing the budget deficit. Having been rated by the Audit Commission as an Excellent Council under...

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Annual Report 2010-11

Delivering on Our Priorities  Community Safety  Corporate Governance Crime continues to fall – we have seen a 35% drop in crime over the last 7 years Community Payback contract with the Probation Trust has resulted in 7,600 free hours of...

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Hyndburn’s Priorities

This page shows you what Hyndburn’s priorities for improvement are over the next few years that will be delivered by the Council and its Partners and that will help us to deliver our vision of making Hyndburn The Place To Be. The...

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