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Earby Hostel Open House

The former YHA Earby Hostel has been completely refurbished to a high standard, ready to open as an Independent Hostel.  

There is the opportunity for the right person(s) to run the hostel as an independent business.  

Applications are invited with CV and business plan before 15th November 2018.

Anne's woods clean up

The Woodland Trust will be cleaning and painting the benches in Anne’s wood with preservative on Thursday 30th August.

Do you have an interest in the wood? If so please feel free to drop in to help - possibly collecting litter and/or other useful jobs if you have the spare time.

Thank you in advance.

Friday Surgeries

Please be informed that from September onwards the Friday surgery in the Parish rooms will be held on the first and third Friday of every month. 

Flood Alert: Earby Beck and Glusburn Beck Catchments

A Flood Alert has been issued by the Environment Agency.

Flood Alert in force: Earby Beck and Glusburn Beck Catchments.

Flooding is possible for: Earby Beck and New Cut from Kelbrook to Broughton and Glusburn Beck in Cross Hills and Sutton-in-Craven.

Be prepared.

Soak it Up project with Yorkshire Water

This summer, Yorkshire Water will be working with local communities and schools by running educational workshops to encourage residents to think about how small actions can contribute towards the removal of flooding.

Earby Town Council - Lengths man required

Earby Town Council require someone to help with mowing, strimming, care of allotment fencing, ground spraying and other duties as necessary.

This will be for one day a week on a temporary contract only to a self employed person that will run until the 31-03-2019. 

Lancashire Rural Crime Survey

In The Know- Have your say on rural crime

Protecting rural communities is as much a priority for me as policing in Lancashire's towns and cities. That's why I am part of the National Rural Crime Network and I am backing the rural crime survey.

Consultation on street lighting maintenance

Lancashire County Council are committed to providing the best services they can to the people of Lancashire, particularly to the most vulnerable in our communities. However the council's financial position remains extremely challenging, with a forecasted funding gap of £144m in 2021/22. Because of this, they still need to make some difficult decisions in order to make further savings. 

Consultation on community transport in Lancashire

Like many councils across the country, Lancashire County Council continues to face an unprecedented financial challenge due to continued funding cuts by Government, rising costs and rising demand for the services we provide.

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