Clarets are still winning - Dyche

Chelsea may have beaten his Burnley side, but Sean Dyche and the Clarets are still winning.


Full-time: Clarets 1 Chelsea 2

Burnley's impressive winning streak in the Premier League was brought to an end at Turf Moor as Chelsea stopped the hosts from climbing in to the top six.
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The National Rural Crime Survey launched yesterday.

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After the National Rural Crime Survey launched yesterday, Lancashire's Police and Crime Commissioner, Clive Grunshaw, has urged people in provincial locations to have their say.
Police are appealing for information after a lorry was raided in Clitheroe yesterday morning.

Police appeal after daring lorry raid at Ribble Valley beauty spot

Detectives are appealing for dash cam footage after a lorry was raided in Clitheroe.

Burnley manager Sean Dyche was one of the guests on the night

Burnley FC in the Community's charity dinner a huge success

Outstanding support from businesses resulted in Burnley FC in the Community’s second annual charity dinner raising a fantastic amount for charity.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche

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Marsden Heights pupils Fiza Ahmed, Alisha Rizwan, Rahaab Ashraf, Tabassum Idrees, Izza Shaukat, Hifsa Farooq, Ryley Loveridge and Daine Procter, with Mrs Blackey, Miss Littlewood, and Pendleside fundraiser, Leah Hutchinson.

Nelson students gave up their time to raise money for a cause close to their hearts

A group of schoolchildren sacrificed their lunch-times and breaks to help raise money for Pendleside Hospice.

Burnley's Jack Cork

Clarets midfielder Cork seeking double over dethroned champions Chelsea

The Clarets will break in to the Premier League's top six should they complete the double over dethroned champions Chelsea and midfielder Jack Cork feels that would be a glowing marker of the club's achievements this term.

Burnley boss Sean Dyche is all smiles

Burnley boss Dyche could smell change in the air ahead of season opener at Stamford Bridge

Sean Dyche could smell change in the air ahead of Burnley's opening game of the season against champions Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
The proud moment when Bill Oddie met Prince Charles

Royal visit was proud moment for Nelson bakery boss who is celebrating Golden Jubilee

When Prince Charles visited Oddie’s Bakery to celebrate their hundreth birthday, the heir to the throne greeted long serving members of staff and helped cut the birthday cake as well as trying a mouth-watering Pendle Pasty.

Lady Clarets stay in title hunt – but miss out on cup final

Lady Clarets stay in title hunt – but miss out on cup final

Burnley FC Ladies maintained their North West Women’s Regional Football League Premier title push last Wednesday with a 4-0 win over Manchester Stingers in Whalley Range.

Burnley General Hospital

Health Trust hitting sepsis targets

Patients receiving cancer treatment in East Lancashire are now better protected against a potentially fatal side effect, thanks to improvements at East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust.

Burnley manager Sean Dyche reacts from his technical area at Turf Moor

Self-proclaimed 'old school' Burnley boss Dyche has never felt so modern!

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The Colne hikers: (from left) Danny Steer, Shaun Ruddy, Scott Ruddy, and John Whitaker.

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A gambling addict stole thousands from his Nelson employer to pay off debts, Burnley magistrates heard.

Court told how gambling addict stole thousands from Nelson firm

A gambling addict salesman at a Nelson firm pocketed more than £7,000 of his bosses' cash to pay off debts, a court heard.

Burnley Magistrates' Court

Banned driver was spotted outside Burnley club

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Work is being carried out in Middlesex Avenue, Burnley.

Burnley road to remain closed after burst water pipe

A section of a Burnley road will remain closed for an indefinite amount of time following a burst water pipe.
Sam is back on duty as normal after her quick thinking action helped to save a woman's life

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Andrew Stephenson MP

MP slams Rolls-Royce job losses as 'deeply regrettable and short-sighted'

Pendle MP Andrew Stephenson has branded a decision to axe 160 jobs at engineering giant Rolls-Royce as 'short-sighted'.

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