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Reporting Matters to Earby Town Council and other Agencies.

If you, or someone you know, are experiencing problems of any nature, please report these to the agency that are best able to deal with your problem. Please do not post things on Facebook or Twitter and expect those agencies to respond, as these accounts are often not monitored. Social Media is just that, Social.

Council Vacancy

A reminder that a position exists for an individual to become a member of council. This is a great opportunity for a resident to get involved with taking this town forward in what are fast changing times in local government. So come on, apply by writing to the clerk or send an email giving brief details about yourself.

Council Vacancy

A reminder that there is still a vacancy on Council. This is the ideal opportunity for those individuals who feel they can contribute towards growing this town of ours. These are changing and testing times in local government with Parish and Town Councils taking on and over certain assets and services from Pendle Borough Council.  You can be a part of this process.

Reporting Things To Council

A reminder.

The correct procedure to report an issue to Earby Town Council is by:

Telephone: 01282 844965      email: earbytc@gmail.com      and not on social media such as Facebook, Messenger and Twitter.

Vacancy on Council

There exists a vacancy on Earby Town Council.
This is an ideal opportunity for an individual who cares about this Town of ours and is prepared to work with like minded people to steer a path through the quickly expanding responsibilities council is currently negotiating.

Council will look to fill the vacancy by co-option.

Meeting of Full Council

Full Council meeting Monday 25th July 2016 at 7.30pm in The Parish Rooms, Victoria Road.

All welcome.  Agenda can be found under meetings on the said date.

Friday Surgery

 

There will not be a Surgery this week due to councillors attending the Remembrance Service for the 100 year anniversary of the Battle of the Somme.

As always, if you have an urgent problem, please contact any of our Town or Ward Councillors.

The 100th Anniversary of The Somme

You are invited to the services to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Battle of the Somme.

The Earby area lost 21 men on the Somme, all of whom will have a named cross placed at the War Memorial in their memory very. One of these soldiers was killed on the first day of battle.

The services are as follows:

Earby and Kelbrook Memorial (Sough Park) 10.45am.

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