News in Hyndburn

The Government has outlined the measures that will allow outdoor pools to reopen from 11 July and indoor gyms, swimming pools and sports facilities to reopen from 25 July, ensuring millions of people can get back into more sport and fitness activities.
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The Chancellor delivered his Summer Economic Update in Parliament yesterday (8th July), which outlined a new package for job retention, employment support and other items.
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Local residents are being warned not to lose their voice on decisions that affect them by making sure their electoral registration details are up to date.
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We are pleased to announce that payments of up to £10,000 are now being made under the Local Business Discretionary Grants Fund to Hyndburn Businesses.
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People who are identified as clinically extremely vulnerable may be at high risk of serious illness if they catch coronavirus (COVID-19).
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From 7th July 2020, Hyndburn Borough Council will make payments of up to £10,000 under The Local Business Discretionary Grants Fund.
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Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic places of worship have remained closed for prayer in congregation, with restrictions now easing Raza Jamia Masjid, Accrington, has been identified nationally for their proactive response.
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Over the last few weeks we have seen the reopening of many shops on Hyndburn’s High Streets.
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Local people are being asked their views about the removal of a payphone on Pickup St, Clayton-le-Moors.
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A wreath was laid at the Accrington Pals Memorial on Church Street, Accrington, this morning (1st July) to commemorate the Anniversary of the Battle of the Somme
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Our local retailers and independent shops need our community now more than ever as we work towards recovery.
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To coincide with the reopening of Highstreets, Hyndburn’s flag has been flown for all to see.
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As part of the Prime Minister’s roadmap to recovery, on Monday 15th June we will see the next phase of retail openings in Hyndburn.
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The Food Standards Agency have produced a checklist to help food businesses re-open.
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As an employer or self-employed person who works with or near other people, you have a duty to protect people from harm.
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From Miles Parkinson OBE, Leader of Hyndburn Borough Council, Sara Britcliffe, MP for Hyndburn and Haslingden and Marlene Haworth, Leader of the Opposition
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Congratulations to Maundy Relief, a local charity based in Hyndburn, which has been honoured with the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service, the highest award a voluntary group can receive in the UK.
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Guidance on lockdown is being relaxed slowly and steadily as we transition between the phases on the roadmap to recovery.
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From the 4th June, businesses which have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis can apply to Hyndburn Borough Council for a grant of up to £25,000 under new guidance released by the Government as part of its response to COVID-19.
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Many businesses will be re-opening in June following closures introduced to help control the spread of coronavirus.
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