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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.

Resettling Syrian refugees : Burnley set to play its part

As previously announced, and as previously covered in the Lancashire Telegraph (10 December 2016) and Burnley Express (13 December 2016), Burnley Council is considering the details of a Lancashire-wide programme to resettle Syrian refugees.

Annual Holocaust service in Burnley

Arrangements have now been made for the annual Holocaust memorial service in Burnley.

The service will be held at the Peace Garden, Croft Street starting at 1pm on Sunday 29th January.

Towneley Hall admission policy

A new admission pricing policy has been introduced at Towneley Hall, Burnley.

From 1st January 2017 all adults are being asked to pay an admission fee to enter the historic hall. Previously the charge only applied to adults living outside Burnley borough.

Residents deliver their verdict on council services

The results of the latest survey of residents across Burnley have been revealed and provide a snapshot of people’s views on a wide range of council services.

Thompson Park secures National Lottery investment

Burnley Council has received confirmation that it has secured a grant of £861,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) towards the £1.19 million costs of restoring Thompson Park, it was announced today (Monday 9th Jan).

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