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Gold medal winner named as Burnley Community Sports Awards presenter

World record holder and gold medal winning athlete Steve Backley is the latest in a line of top sports stars to present the annual Burnley Community Sports Awards.

The annual celebration of local sports talent will be held on Thursday 18th July at Burnley Mechanics Theatre.

The awards recognise the contribution and achievements of the borough’s individuals, teams, clubs and organisations across a number of categories.

Painter of the northern scene on display at Towneley Hall

An exhibition of work by a local artist who portrayed the day-to-day lives of the people he observed whilst working amongst them as a textile designer is set to open at Towneley Hall art gallery and museum, Burnley.

Every Picture Tells a Story is a celebration of the work of Lloyd George Higgins (1912-1980) by his family and an invitation to the public to see if they can identify with some of his characters and enjoy his sense of humour.

Couple fined over barking dog nuisance

A Burnley couple has been fined by magistrates after being found guilty of allowing a barking dog to cause a nuisance.

The court was told that evidence showed that the Alsatian could be barking up to 12 hours per day and appeared to bark frequently and persistently on a daily basis.

James Gorton and Rachel Driver were each fined £110 and each ordered to pay £624.05 in costs and a £30 victim surcharge for failing to comply with an abatement notice.

Council leader to hold latest “out and about” surgery

Burnley Council leader Mark Townsend will hold his next “out and about” surgery on Saturday 2nd March in Burnley town centre, between 10am and noon.

As well as picking up your shopping, you can raise your points and questions with him about local services and issues for the town and get information on council services.

Councillor Townsend will be in Curzon Street (between Marks & Spencer and Next).

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