News in Hyndburn

An independent review of Hyndburn Council’s finances has concluded that the Council has strong financial governance, backed up by strong...
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The Council is asking people living with disabilities to get in touch to see if they are eligible for funding...
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The Council took derelict home owner, Shamreen Bi Hussain, to court for the second time recently, where magistrates found her...
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Environmental Health inspectors and their Trading Standards colleagues work to ensure food businesses comply with food law. From helping business...
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Photo attached Councillor Joyce Plummer, Cabinet Member for Licensing is pictured with James Button, Chair of the Institute of Licensing.
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In a recent court case Mr Razzaqul Islam of Union Street, Rossendale, was found guilty in his absence and ordered...
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Hyndburn Council Leader, Cllr Miles Parkinson, today spoke about plans for Hyndburn’s high streets after Jake Berry MP, the Minister...
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Today, a record number of parks and green spaces collect Green Flag Awards, with eight of them right here in...
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Hyndburn is the place to be if you love nature. The spectacular natural greenspaces of Peel Park and Woodnook Vale...
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People who drop litter and dog owners who don’t pick up after their dogs had better watch out, as they...
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As of 24th May 2018 the Council’s drive to improve food safety standards in Hyndburn has resulted in 92.5% of...
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The Council is aware of someone ringing residents in the Borough claiming to be from a bailiff firm acting on...
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The owner of a dangerous dog, Josh Hargreaves, of Accrington, has been found guilty and ordered to pay almost £400...
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Free dog poo bags are available for Hyndburn dog owners as part of the Council’s drive to encourage all dog...
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The company which owns a property in a state of severe disrepair on Spring Street in Rishton has been found...
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The Council’s Food & Safety team is working with businesses which have low food hygiene ratings to improve compliance and...
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Nearly two million people in Lancashire and South Cumbria can now get easy access to the best-rated health apps available...
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A third of people in the North West admit they would consider swimming in a reservoir to cool down, new research...
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Action to prevent criminality and anti-social behaviour in relation to the waste site at T. H Smith, Great Harwood In...
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An Accrington woman who allowed her dog to foul and didn’t clean up afterwards was convicted in court recently and...
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