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St George’s Day celebrations under threat in Barnoldswick

Lancashire Telegraph: St George’s Day British Craft Market and George and the Dragon Fun

12:40pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

URGENT talks are taking place to ensure controversial road closure measures will not skewer Barnoldswick’s St George’s Day celebrations.

Lancashire's first female town crier celebrates a decade in the role

Lancashire Telegraph: Eliza with her European trophy

10:30am Wednesday 9th April 2014

OYEZ! Oyez!

Barnoldswick choir launch search for new talent

2:20pm Wednesday 9th April 2014

MUSIC lovers are being urged to ‘keep calm and sing on’ as a Pendle collective is on the look-out for fresh talent.

Live music planned for Barnoldswick

4:23pm Wednesday 9th April 2014

RED Rain, a piano and vocal duo covering the likes of Bruno Mars, Al Green and John Legend, will perform live and unplugged at the Cellar Bar in Rainhall Road, Barnoldswick on Friday from 8.30pm.

New pet store to open in Barnoldswick

4:21pm Wednesday 9th April 2014

FUR and Feather, a new store offering a range of feeds and supplies for pets, equestrian and poultry, along with fishing goods, is set to open in the former Heaps of Tackle store in Rainhall Road, Barnoldswick.

Measures to combat bad driving in Barnoldswick delayed

4:21pm Wednesday 9th April 2014

PLANS to install ramps and bollards in Victory Park, Barnoldswick, to combat vehicles causing a nuisance in the area have been put on hold. Complaints have fallen since police warned drivers they could have their vehicles seized.

Spring fair to be held at senior citizens' centre in Barnoldswick on Saturday

4:08pm Wednesday 9th April 2014

A SPRING fair, featuring a raffle and tombola, will be held at the Frank Street senior citizens’ centre in Barnoldswick this Saturday. Entry 50p and lunches served from 11.45am.

Barnoldswick trio up for gruelling Lakeland challenge

Lancashire Telegraph: The three pals are ready for their super-tough swimming, cycling and running effort

1:46pm Tuesday 8th April 2014

THREE friends from Barnoldswick have teamed up to tackle a gruelling physical challenge in an attempt to raise cash for a children’s charity.

Barnoldswick Football Club receives a £500 grant

Lancashire Telegraph: Coun Paul White

3:54pm Monday 7th April 2014

BARNOLDSWICK Town Football Club has received a £500 grant to help pay for costs to enter competitions and buy a new cooker for their tea room.

Repair team boost for Barnoldswick ‘rotten road’

Lancashire Telegraph: Coun Lindsay Gaskell

3:35pm Thursday 20th March 2014

WORK has started on resurfacing a ‘rotten road’ in Barnoldswick after five years of campaigning.

Surplus land may be used to remodel Barnoldswick area

2:30pm Thursday 27th February 2014

SURPLUS land left over from developing West Craven Technology College could be used to remodel land near Barnoldswick Primary School.

Yellow lines clampdown on parking by workers in Barnoldswick

Lancashire Telegraph: Coun David Whipp fought a rise in burial charges

11:30am Thursday 27th February 2014

YELLOW lines have been painted in Barnoldswick’s Victory Park to prevent inconsiderate parking by people working at the Rolls-Royce Bankfield site.

Plans for woodland school in Barnoldswick set to be refused

Lancashire Telegraph: Credenhill Park Wood could be under new plans according to the Woodland Trust.

1:13pm Wednesday 26th February 2014

AMBITIOUS plans to build a woodland school, eight new homes and allotments in Barnoldswick look set to be turned down.

Barnoldswick theatrical group issues plea over the future of civic hall

Lancashire Telegraph: COUNCILLOR DAVID WHIPP

5:00pm Friday 14th February 2014

ACTORS have been told that the show must go on – as Pendle Council looks to dispose of its community halls and centres.

Barnoldswick pothole repairs get April target

Lancashire Telegraph: A pothole between Evershot and Holywell

2:50pm Thursday 13th February 2014

CAMPAIGNERS have been told that resurfacing work on a problem road in Barnoldswick should take place in around six weeks’ time.

Edinburgh Festival hit on way to Pendle

Lancashire Telegraph: Edinburgh Festival

2:44pm Thursday 13th February 2014

A LEADING family show from the Edinburgh Festival is set to be staged in Pendle early next month.

Wedding joy for Clarets legend

10:00am Sunday 9th February 2014

A CLARETS legend who is suffering from incurable cancer tied the knot in front of family and friends from around the world.

Barnoldswick bus campaigners celebrate county subsidies U-turn

Lancashire Telegraph: Coun Paul White

3:11pm Friday 7th February 2014

CAMPAIGNERS fighting to save bus services in Barnoldswick are celebrating after Lancashire County Council decided not to go ahead with a blanket cut to bus subsidies.

East Lancashire benefits cheat claimed £33k while living with transgender partner

Lancashire Telegraph: Helen Ratcliffe

5:00pm Thursday 6th February 2014

A BENEFITS cheat who falsely claimed more than £33,000 while living with her transgender partner has been ordered to pay it all back.

'Stinger' device could be installed in Barnoldswick park

7:46pm Saturday 1st February 2014

A STINGER device could be installed to stop cars obstructing a pavilion and skate park in Barnoldswick.

West Craven High Technology College 'could do better'

Lancashire Telegraph: Ofsted logo

1:33pm Friday 31st January 2014

A SECONDARY school in Pendle has been rated as ‘good’ following a visit by education watchdog Ofsted.

Barnoldswick clinic ‘is losing health services’

Lancashire Telegraph: Coun Hartley

2:13pm Tuesday 28th January 2014

A BARNOLDSWICK councillor has hit out at the provision of health services in the town.

Travel 'hassle' for Barnoldswick commuters

Lancashire Telegraph: Coun Harry Purcell, Lyle Davy and Coun Jennifer Purcell

1:57pm Monday 27th January 2014

BUS users in Barnoldswick may be forced to use two buses for their commute from today after routes in the town changed.

Barnoldswick bus services scrapped

3:08pm Friday 17th January 2014

THE deadline for responding to a consultation which could see Barnoldswick lose some of its late bus services is today.

Scheme to protect Barnoldswick firms from crime

Lancashire Telegraph: Richard Milner (front left) and Coun David Whipp (right) help launch the anti-crime scheme in Barnoldswick Town Square

9:30pm Thursday 16th January 2014

A SCHEME to try to protect businesses in Barnoldswick from thieves has been launched.

Brierfield kitchen porter threatened to slit ex-partner's throat

5:00pm Thursday 16th January 2014

A JEALOUS kitchen porter threatened to slit his terrified ex-partner’s throat in the early hours of New Year’s Day, after he turned up at a pub she was in, a court heard.

Barnoldswick remembers men killed on HMHS Rohilla

Lancashire Telegraph: HMHS Rohilla

9:00pm Monday 13th January 2014

WEEKEND of events to commemorate the centenary of the sinking of a hospital ship, which had men from Barnoldswick on board, will take place later this year.

Land next to canal at Barnoldswick could be developed

Lancashire Telegraph: Allotments like this could be created alongside the Leeds and Liverpool Canal

2:14pm Monday 13th January 2014

A PATCH of land next to the Leeds and Liverpool Canal in Barnoldswick could be turned into houses, allotments and a woodland school.

Barnoldswick schoolchildren taught how to write a review

2:10pm Monday 13th January 2014

PUPILS at a Barnoldswick school have been given advice on how to write a review.

Barnoldswick bed firm donates £1,000 to charity

Lancashire Telegraph: Staff at Silentnight hand over the cheque to Pendleside Hospice

2:09pm Monday 13th January 2014

SILENTNIGHT in Barnoldswick has donated £1,000 to Pendleside Hospice, raised at its Christmas Raffle.

Kitchen fire tackled in Barnoldswick

6:10pm Sunday 12th January 2014

THE kitchen of a house in Elm Close, Barnoldswick, was serverely damaged by a fire just before 1pm today.

Former East Lancashire student appeals for baby funeral funds

Lancashire Telegraph: Leanne and Michael Steinberger with baby Daniel

7:00am Friday 10th January 2014

A COUPLE have spoken of their heartache after their tiny nine-day-old son lost his brave battle for life.

Barnoldswick-based Rolls-Royce apprentice lands national award

Lancashire Telegraph: Sara Underwood

12:57pm Thursday 9th January 2014

AN apprentice at Rolls-Royce in Barnoldswick is flying high after winning a prestigious national award.

Shop cooks up awards success

1:07pm Thursday 9th January 2014

A BARNOLDSWICK cupcake and cake decorating shop has won a top trade award.

Skinned fox had its tail and paw cut off in Barnoldswick

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2:40pm Tuesday 7th January 2014

ANIMAL welfare officers are appealing for information after the discovery of a dead fox stripped of its fur.

Bid to buy Barnoldswick primary school set to be thwarted

2:00pm Sunday 29th December 2013

COUNCILLORS in Barnoldswick look set to be thwarted in their bid to buy the soon-to-be-former Barnoldswick Primary School.

Barnoldswick founder of geological society honoured

11:00pm Saturday 28th December 2013

THE founder of the Craven and Pendle Geological Society has been honoured.

Barnoldswick choir hoping to tackle dementia issues

Lancashire Telegraph: The Elderberries with the chair of the Friends of Cravenside Jennifer Purcell, second left, Julie Cowgill, standing right, and Peter Wright

1:40pm Friday 27th December 2013

RESIDENTS at a care home in Barnoldswick have formed their own choir — and hope it will improve health.

Measures put in place to tackle Barnoldswick parking issues

Lancashire Telegraph: Concern raised over Barnoldswick footpath closure

7:00pm Friday 20th December 2013

PARKING problems at Barnoldswick’s Victory Park are being tackled with a series of measures due to implemented over the next few weeks.

Barnoldswick students meet history challenge

2:23pm Thursday 19th December 2013

KEY Stage Three pupils at West Craven High Technology College, Barnoldswick, were challenged to write about a key moment in history.

Long-serving Barnoldswick barber is cut above the rest

5:00pm Saturday 14th December 2013

A BARBER who has cut hair in Pendle for half a century has no plans to hang up the scissors just yet.

Santas dash for funds in Barnoldswick

Lancashire Telegraph: Santas dash for funds in Barnoldswick

9:22am Monday 9th December 2013

A SEA of red makes its way through Barnoldswick as yesterday’s Santa Fun Run sets off from West Craven Sports Centre.

People wanted to join in first Barnoldswick Santa Fun Run

9:00pm Tuesday 3rd December 2013

BARNOLDSWICK charity Bosom Friends is urging people to enter its first Santa Fun Run.

Barnoldswick building up for sale

1:08pm Tuesday 3rd December 2013

A MAJOR freehold mixed use investment opportunity in Barnoldswick is among the lots at an auction in London on December 10.

Barnoldswick councillor calls for transparency on tree-felling

Lancashire Telegraph: Concern raised over Barnoldswick footpath closure

6:30pm Friday 29th November 2013

A BARNOLDSWICK councillor is calling for greater transparency over tree-felling work in the town.

'I'll burn your home', attacker told victim in Burnley

Lancashire Telegraph: Aaron Heywood

3:30pm Thursday 28th November 2013

A WOMAN was left terrified after a ‘drunken’ gang member exposed himself, threatened to burn down her house and subjected her to a sustained assault at her home, a court heard.

Tenn drove while twice the drink-drive limit

3:52pm Thursday 28th November 2013

A TEENAGER who was almost twice the drink-drive limit was fined £165 by Burnley magistrates.

Barnoldswick school 'good' say inspectors

4:06pm Tuesday 26th November 2013

A HIGH school has improved from ‘satisfactory’ to ‘good’.

Archbishop of York set to visit Barnoldswick

5:00pm Sunday 24th November 2013

SENIOR bishop Dr John Sentamu will visit Pendle next month, meeting the public and visiting an aerospace manufacturer.

Hard work by West Craven GCSE students rewarded

2:00pm Sunday 24th November 2013

SCHOOL leavers at West Craven High Technology College were praised for their ‘stunning’ GCSE results in an ‘electric’ prize giving ceremony.

What's on in Pendle

Eric Burdon headlining 25th anniversary Great British Rhythm and Blues Festival in Colne (link) 3:53pm Tue 8 Apr 14

ROCK legend Eric Burdon will headline the 25th anniversary Great British Rhythm and Blues Festival in Colne over…

Well-known story being set on stage (link) 4:02pm Tue 25 Mar 14

THE first rehearsal for Pendle Hippodrome Theatre Company’s ‘mystery’ autumn musical takes place on Thursday.

Band’s invitation to would-be musicians (link) 3:00pm Fri 21 Mar 14

NELSON Brass Band is holding two open days to give would-be musicians the chance to try out for the band.

Educating Rita: Colne Little Theatre (link) 3:29pm Tue 4 Mar 14

WILLY Russell’s two-handed Educating Rita is running at Colne Little Theatre this week.

‘Quirky’ work gets debut in Pendle (link) 3:50pm Tue 25 Feb 14

A NEW work is being staged by Pendle Borderline this week.

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