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Dayle Smith’s Family Subjected To Abuse

Dayle Smith's Family Have Been Subjected To Abuse, Harassment and Violence. Yesterday we posted an article about local Whitworth man and convicted sex offender Dayle...

Whitworth Sex Offender Sectioned

Whitworth Resident Dayle Smith (22) Has Been Sectioned After Being Caught With Over 2,400 Indecent Images of Children. Dayle Smith of Market Street Shawforth has...

Crime In Whitworth Has Increased 39% Since This Time Last Year

Crimes Committed in Whitworth Increase by 39% Compared to Last Year According to Police UK statistics, crime in Whitworth has seen an increase of 39%...

Whitworth Leisure Centre Vandalism

Whitworth Leisure Center Report Youths Throwing Slate at Leisure Center & Nearby Residents Homes On 7th May 2017 Whitworth Leisure Centre reported that a group...

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HAS THE CORONAVIRUS LEFT YOU JOBLESS? THESE COMPANIES ARE CURRENTLY RECRUITING!

If you’re from the Bacup or Rossendale area and have been left without a job due to the coronavirus, don’t threat as these businesses are currently recruiting and looking for staff.

PLANS FOR NEW PETROL STATION & SPAR STORE ON BURNLEY ROAD IN BACUP

The former Bacup Hub, which is located on Burnley Road in Bacup, could be turned into a twenty-four-hour petrol station with a Spar shop, under new plans that have been submitted to the local council.

BACUP BUSINESS ASSOCIATION – EMERGENCY CORONAVIRUS MEETING FOR LOCAL BUSINESSES

Bacup Business Association will be holding an advice and guidance meeting tomorrow afternoon for local businesses and trades people affected by the coronavirus crisis.

CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE PREVENTING PEOPLE FROM LEAVING HOME UNLESS NECESSARY

Residents of the Bacup and Rossendale area have been asked to remain home and stay inside, unless leaving the house for essentials. This comes after the Prime Minister put the UK on enforced lock down.

NOWCARD PASS HOLDERS CAN NOW USE THEIR TRAVEL PASS TO TRAVEL BEFORE 9.30 AM IN THE MORNING

Lancashire Council have worked with transport providers across the county to ensure that vulnerable members of the public are able to use public transport without restriction.
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