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Local police drop in session at the Parish rooms

 

Earby Town Council have arranged a drop in session with the local police force for residents to visit and have their say on local matters.

  • Meet your local officers.
  • Discuss any issues in the area.
  • Your chance to ask questions.

Monday 29th July 1pm onwards.

The Parish Rooms, Victoria Road, Earby.

Have your say on your roads

You can have your say on your roads and transport locally by completing a short survey.  As part of a new campaign to promote the work of their highways service, Lancashire County Council is encouraging people to complete the National Highways and Transport (NHT) survey, which measures public satisfaction with services across different local authorities.

Community Consultation - Have Your Say

Since 2007, the Community Foundation for Lancashire have worked with donors to distribute over £13 million to local charities and community groups that provide critical and specialist support to some of Lancashire’s most vulnerable people.

Every three years they carry out a consultation to collect data that reflects the community’s thoughts and opinions about their local area.

Love Parks Week 12th - 21st July​ 2019

Parks matter to us all.

That’s why we work every day to protect and improve them. We celebrate the very best green spaces through our international Green Flag Award and People’s Choice vote. We help to improve them even more through our innovations, #LitterHeroes and campaigns.

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.

Please gather from 10.30am, everybody is very welcome and there will be coffee in the Parish Rooms afterwards.

 

Pendle Council's new leader says Let's Talk!

Pendle Council's new leader is taking himself on the road every month so that he can discuss local issues with the community.

And the first roadshow which is taking place on Tuesday 25 June will see Councillor Mohamed Iqbal at Asda in Colne from 1.30pm – 2.30pm.

He’ll be joined by Dean Langton, Chief Executive, and a local councillor.

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.

It will run Monday to Saturday and be operated by Stagecoach in partnership with Lancashire County Council.

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.

Free swimming for Earby Springfield Primary School pupils

Earby Town Council has supported the Pendle Leisure Trust to enable them to offer free swimming sessions for school children around Pendle. Our donation means that children who attend Earby Springfield Primary School can take advantage of this offer.

Passes should have already been issued by the school, please see the attached poster for more details.

Earby Town Council – Seasonal Plant Watering Vacancy

We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated person to assist with plant watering and gardening of areas within Earby.

Applicants must have experience of general ground maintenance, good communication skills and the ability to work with the minimum of supervision.

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