News in Hyndburn

As schools and colleges return for the autumn term and you welcome back pupils and students, we understand that this may raise some concern about the risks of transmission of coronavirus.
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The enhanced measures in Hyndburn have now been lifted after an announcement by Health Secretary Matt Hancock which means local guidance is now in line with national measures.
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If you've got possible coronavirus symptoms, you should try to isolate from the other people you share your home with.
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The #ThinkHyndburn campaign has been encouraging people to use their high streets and shop locally in a bid to help the economy recover after a difficult year.
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Lancashire County Council is getting ready to welcome children and young people back into schools and early years settings for the new academic year in September.
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At the end of July, we welcomed the first community testing facility to Hyndburn and since then over 1,800 tests have been done by the fantastic team.
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The people of Hyndburn have shown great resilience and strength throughout this difficult time and continue to work together for the betterment of our community.
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As lockdown is easing in the UK a handful of people are questioning the severity of the virus and spreading misinformation, which could cost lives.
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This week Aawaz launched an initiative to help increase testing rates in Hyndburn.
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We have become aware of an email claiming to be from .GOV.UK telling residents they can get money off their Council Tax or a refund.
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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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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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