Foxhill Bank

  Resting in the shallow valley in the heart of Oswaldtwistle, Foxhill Bank Nature Reserve is historically linked to local industry and provides a remarkable urban site for wildlife.  The reserve has an unusually wide variety of habitats for...

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Caring for the Environment

Hyndburn Borough Council Parks department takes environmental issues and the prospect of climate change very seriously. The measures taken by the parks department include: Restricted chemical use including herbicides and pesticides. Avoiding the...

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Wilsons Playing Fields

  Wilson Playing Fields and the Woodlands has been awarded a green flag for 2020 – 2021 The facilities at Wilsons Playing Fields are unique to Hyndburn due to the athletics track, which is part managed by Hyndburn Athletic Club. The...

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Hyndburn’s Recreation Grounds

  Below is a list of recreation grounds currently maintained by Hyndburn Borough Council, they may consist of goals for informal football games and can be used for other recreational activities. These fields are available for use all year...

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Playing Fields

  Hyndburn Borough Council currently maintains a number of playing fields. The table below gives details of the sports pitches following pitch inspections carried out at around midday each Friday or as necessary, ready for the next matches...

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Playgrounds in Hyndburn

Important Notice The play areas are open and available for use, please read the guidance before your visit to help you and others stay safe. Following this guidance will help reduce any further outbreaks of the coronavirus. Within Hyndburn you...

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Horticulture

  Amongst the many parks and gardens that are maintained by Hyndburn Borough Council there are some wonderful examples of plants and flowers and each month information on one of the favourites will be provided through the plant of the month...

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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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Corporate Strategy 2018 to 2023

A Strategy for Growth, Efficiency and Quality Driving growth and prosperity in Hyndburn The Corporate Strategy outlines the Council’s vision for creating a Borough where all our residents have the best opportunity to prosper. The strategy is...

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