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This is the place to keep up to speed with all the latest news and views from Burnley Town Hall.

You can also click through on point me to find out about all the local arts, sports, and heritage activities taking place in Burnley’s neighbourhoods, parks and community venues. 

If you are thinking about organising an event in the borough, documents, forms and advice on event safety can be found here

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The Council puts out the main stories about the things that matter to you. Keep up to speed with all the latest news and views here.

Next step in boundary review

The next stage of a national review that could change the shape of Burnley’s Parliamentary boundary has started.

First HCA Starter Homes scheme in UK launched in Burnley

Barnfield Investment Properties, in partnership with Burnley Council, is delighted to announce that Burnley is delivering the first official government backed Starter Homes Scheme in the UK.

Garden waste collections re-start

Garden waste collections are due to start again in Burnley borough after a winter break.

The collections will restart on 27th February for those already on the brown bin service and will be free until a new, chargeable service comes in from 1st May 2017.

Work by renowned artists goes on show

A brand new exhibition on the region’s prominent artists is set to open at Towneley Hall next week.

The exhibition features paintings by talented 20th Century Nelson-born artists Orlando Greenwood and Hugh Gresty.

Dropping gum can be an expensive habit

Burnley Council is sending out a simple message to people who use chewing gum - get into the habit of throwing it away in a proper bin: it could save you £75!

The council is currently running a poster information campaign in Burnley town centre – “Don’t Drop Chewing Gum”.

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