Earby Town Council

Earby is a small town in the North of England. Traditionally a part of the great historic County of Yorkshire, as exemplified by the decorative white roses seen in many house windows, Earby now comprises part of the West Craven district of Lancashire. Thus the red rose is shown entwined with the white rose in, for example, the local paper.

Historically Earby when a village was little more than a scattering of farms and a few handloom weavers cottages.  It was part of Pennine England with its  sturdy independent Yeoman Farmers famous for their thrift and canny silence, making a precarious living mainly from sheep but also dairy cattle.


Latest News

Raising of the Armed Forces Day Flag

Earby Town Council, along with the Royal British Legion invite you to join us on Saturday 29th June, at the Bus Station in Earby, for a service at 11am. This will be followed by the raising of the Armed Forces Flag.

280 bus service from Earby

The new route for the 280 service starts this coming Monday (17th June) and will provide a link in one direction to Skipton and, in the other, to Barnoldswick, Clitheroe, Whalley and Preston.

D-Day Commemoration Service

Two Services will be held at the Nelson Cenotaph for the whole of Pendle.

On Thursday 6th of June at 12.00 noon a short service will be held on the actual day plus 75 years.

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