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Home sweet home for Colne FC

Colne Football Club have sealed a great victory with the news that they have been granted the freehold of their ground.

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The Warburton's factory in Burnley

CO2 shortage halts Warburton's crumpet production in Burnley

Burnley's Warburton's site has halted production of its crumpets due to a shortage of CO2.
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Register to vote

Don't lose your voice in Burnley

Burnley residents are being urged to look out for their voter registration details in the post.

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Members of Building Bridges in Burnley at the AGM

Helping to Build Bridges in Burnley

Building Bridges in Burnley looked back at a successful year at its Annual General Meeting.

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The children

Children in Nelson Lent help for the NHS

Children at the Little Marsden Parish Centre helped to raise much-needed cash for the East Lancashire Hospitals Trust and Me appeal.

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Burnley Town Hall

Burnley Council performing well despite budget pressures

Burnley Borough Council attracted £51m. of private sector investment in the last year.

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Greenberfield Locks

No green light for Greenberfield houses

A second planning application to build houses on a popular Pendle beauty spot has been refused, to the relief of campaigners..

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Steve Aggett, Phil Jones and Rachel Donovan from The Calico Group

Calico staff on their bikes to help domestic violence victims

Calico Group staff are homing on a new charity target, by taking part in a charity cycling challenge.
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Burnley women have been urged to give up the cigarettes

Burnley women urged to stub it out

Shocking statistics have revealed that Burnley has the second highest rate of women smokers in the country.
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Turf Moor

Burnley MP calls for safe standing at football in Commons debate

Burnley MP Julie Cooper has spoken in a Westminster debate calling for English Premier League and Championship clubs to be allowed to introduce safe standing.
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Padiham

Padiham parading back to 1940s this weekend

The annual Padiham on Parade event promises a touch of the wartime party spirit this weekend as organisers turn back the clock to the 1940s.

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The Bowker team

Car dealership bosses hoping to motor in Burnley 10K

A magnificent seven members of the management team at Bowker Motor Group are hitting top gear in their training for this year’s Burnley 10K.

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Devon Preston

Burnley student's sauce saver invention is pure mustard for McDonald's

A talented teenage inventor and part-time McDonald's worker is the source of a new sauce dispenser saver for the global fast food chain.

Education
Clive McAfee

Well-known Pendle cyclist seriously injured in fatal collision

A well-known Pendle cyclist has been involved in a serious accident which has led to the death of a motorcyclist.
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The women

Burnley women on the right track to a healthier life

A group of women from the Burnley area have completed a 12-week challenge to increase their physical activity levels and lead a healthier lifestyle.

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Jason Gardener (far right)

Jason Gardener takes baton for Burnley Sports Awards

Olympic gold medallist sprinter Jason Gardener has taken over the baton from team-mate Darren Campbell as guest speaker at this year’s Burnley Community Sports Awards.
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The children at the Little Marsden Centre

Church children Lent their help to local NHS

Children at the Little Marsden Parish Centre helped to raise much-needed cash for the East Lancashire Hospitals Trust and Me appeal.

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Julie Cooper MP

Burnley MP calls for ban on animal fur imports

Burnley MP Julie Cooper has said a Labour Government would ban the import and sale of animal fur.

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Burnley Town Hall

Selective licensing in Burnley could be extended

Councillors will meet next week to decide whether to consult the public over proposals relating to selective licensing areas in Burnley.

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Melissa Cooper

Trainee Burnley solicitor is new face of university campaign

A trainee solicitor from Burnley has been chosen as the face of a university's new campaign.

Education
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