Burnley Civic Trust Heritage Image Collection

Local Government

Love it or hate it, Local Government is responsible for much of what happens in the Burnley district. In addition to images and stories about elections, candidates and officials, the services provided at local, county and some national levels are included. Some of these services have been been delivered by different levels of government over time, such as education, libraries, fire, police and waste now all delivered at County level and health by regional bodies.
Council rapped over Mechanics. College counts on its new skills study Special guests at Town Hall Words find Gillian in work Padiham Civic Procession Padiham Civic Procession Padiham Civic Procession Padiham Civic Procession Padiham Civic Procession Padiham Civic Procession All Men Brothers Is Civic Day Theme All Men Brothers Is Civic Day Theme All Men Brothers Is Civic Day Theme All Men Brothers Is Civic Day Theme Inspection Of New Lanehead Reservoir Closure Protest - Worsthorne Concern PC Retires After 25 Years Council that meets in a pub 700 Handshakes, Then The Waltz 700 Handshakes, Then The Waltz Mayor Faces Most Critical Year Mayor Faces Most Critical Year Mayor Faces Most Critical Year Floral Display Anger over the Arcade Is This The First Of Many? Rangers Now Ride British Rangers Now Ride British Juniors Meet The Mayor Safety move aids vandals. Spring Fair Is Last Event Of Mayoral Year For Ladies Final Fund-Raising Concert Of Chair's Term Of Office. Here's The Brighter Side Of The Industrial Scene Here's The Brighter Side Of The Industrial Scene Children Enjoy Town's Book Week Children Enjoy Town's Book Week Genuine Town With Genuine People Genuine Town With Genuine People Genuine Town With Genuine People St John's 'Eggheads' Are Tops Theme With a Difference For Monthly Civic Luncheon Theme With a Difference For Monthly Civic Luncheon Fireman's Long Service Award Author meets mayor A name to be remembered Rolling over a dream The Matthew Rochester Collection Rescue Bid PC Is Honoured Resident Warns Of A 'Slow Death' For Street Padiham Adult Education Exhibition
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