News in Hyndburn

The guidance for the clinically extremely vulnerable has been updated in line with what was announced on Monday 22 June.
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An outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) has been identified in parts of Greater Manchester, East Lancashire, and West Yorkshire.
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Following complaints from residents in the New Lane area of Oswaldtwistle last week, the Council intervened and a temporary solution was carried out by the landowner from where the odour originated.
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Open to anyone who has symptoms of Covid-19, the test centre, which is located at The Hyndburn Leisure Centre, is in Hyndburn for four days and has so far had hundreds of people booking in for testing.
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Opening their doors on Monday 27th July, the team at Hyndburn Leisure Centre have been working hard to ensure a safe and seamless reopening of facilities.
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As part of its response to COVID-19, the Government has provided local authorities in England with £500 million of new grant funding to support economically vulnerable people and households in their local area.
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Hyndburn Council have at last had the go ahead to start issuing pavement licences to businesses who wish to provide alfresco dining and drinking.
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Let’s do it for Hyndburn, that’s the message from the Council Leader, MP and Leader of the Opposition in Hyndburn.
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Blackburn with Darwen has been identified as an area with higher than average transmission rate of Covid-19 in England and Pendle have seen a recent increase in case numbers.
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On the first of July I was proud to lay a wreath to commemorate the anniversary of the Battle of the Somme at the Accrington Pals Memorial in Accrington.
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Last week Central Government announced that outdoor performances can resume, if social distancing measures are in place and under guidance.
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Announced on Thursday 9th July, the scheme will incentivise customers to use eating establishments by offering a 50% discount on food and non-alcoholic drinks purchased Monday to Wednesday throughout August.
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Hyndburn Taxi Drivers are doing their bit to make customers who travel in private hire or hackney carriage vehicles in the Borough feel safer as lockdown eases during Covid 19 pandemic.
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Beauty salons, nail bars, tattoo and massage studios, physical therapy businesses and spas across England will be able to reopen safely from Monday 13 July under new government plans, announced 9th July.
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Lantex, a textile manufacturing firm in Accrington, are being thanked by Hyndburn Borough Council for stepping up during the Covid-19 pandemic and manufacturing 1,000 masks to keep Council staff safe.
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Hyndburn Council approved a policy today aimed at encouraging taxi drivers to licence greener hybrid or electric vehicles, as part of the Council’s pledge to make the Council’s activities net-zero carbon by 2030.
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