A new BBC documentary with the choirmaster Gareth Malone is due to be filmed in Blackburn this autumn.
Boris Johnson has announced a “roadmap” for easing Covid restrictions in England. What will the first steps be?
The government has published the ‘COVID-19 Response – Spring 2021’ setting out the roadmap out of the current lockdown for England. This explains how the restrictions included in this guidance will be lifted over time.
Two markets in Lancashire have joined forces to support struggling families with children eligible for free school meals. Blackburn Market and Darwen Market have been at the forefront of the initiative which has seen hundreds of vouchers issued to local families to buy high quality fresh foods direct from the markets.
Councillor Julie Gunn, Executive Member for Children, Young People and Education and Dominic Harrison, Director of Public Health from Blackburn Council have said that Primary Schools in the area will not face a blanket closure, but individual schools can make their own decisions.
The government have now published a postcode lookup facility to discover which Tier you will be in from 2nd December and it has been confirmed that Blackburn with Darwen will be in Tier 3.
The Mall Blackburn is extending its opening hours to support retailers and give shoppers more time to get everything they need for Christmas.
The new rules that are likely in Blackburn and Darwen – Pubs, Cafes, Cinemas & Indoor Fitness Classes all affected
The government yesterday announced the new rules for when the area comes out of “LockDown 2” and assuming Blackburn and Darwen will remain in Tier 3, these are the rules for the area
Blackburn Police have posted an update to the work they have been doing recently and highlighted two breaches of the current lockdown restrictions
Blackburn with Darwen is being placed into the ‘very high’ alert level of the Government’s new three-tier system of interventions to tackle the spread of Covid-19 from midnight tonight!