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Pub landlord fined for late night noise

A pub landlord has been fined after complaints about late-night music blaring out and disturbing neighbours.

Christopher Toothill, licensee of the Sun Inn at Harle Syke, Burnley, pleaded guilty at Burnley Magistrates’ Court to two offences of unlicensable activity after a prosecution was brought by Burnley Council.

Following complaints from local residents, officers from the Pennine Night Time noise nuisance team monitored the pub over two weekends in June and July and witnessed live music being played beyond permitted hours.

Burnley Council appoints to key role

Senior management restructure put in place 

Following decisions last month to bring in a new operating model for Burnley Council’s senior management, Mick Cartledge has now been appointed to the post of Chief Operating Officer.

As part of the changes, two high-level posts of Director of Community Services and Director of Resources have been cut from the Council’s structure and replaced by one post of Chief Operating Officer.

Burnley Bridge Extension to Create More Jobs for Burnley

Burnley is set to attract more inward investment and jobs thanks to the approval of plans to extend the 70-acre Burnley Bridge scheme with a new ten-acre development comprising 110,000 sq ft of accommodation.

Located at Junction 9 of the M65, the initial scheme from property company, Eshton, is already credited with creating 1,400 jobs for Burnley and the second phase is expected to bring a further 270 jobs to the town.

Young Christmas winner picks up his prize

“’Ice to meet you”

The winners of a competition run as part of Burnley town centre’s Christmas festival were at the town hall to pick up their prizes.

As part of the two-day festival, the town centre was turned into a frosty winter wonderland with a dazzling ice sculpture trail which included a Yoda, Olaf the Snowman and Father Christmas all carved out of ice.There was even an interactive carving wall in Market Square where visitors could help to carve a beautiful snowflake out of a block of ice.

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