Burnley News Snippets – August

Accountancy practice KM have relocated from their offices in Burnley Town Centre to modern offices at Burnley Wharf, in the historic Weavers’ Triangle.


After pledging to give something back to the community, local Managed Service Provider Seriun have donated some of their repurposed PCs to Burnley Youth Theatre.

Paul Gilbert, Support Engineer of Seriun presented the PCs to the theatre and said, “The theatre is independent and relies only on donations, it’s nice to know we can go a small way to helping them achieve their goals.”


Veka PLC, one of Burnley’s largest employers, have announced that they will now will now be lending their expertise as Patrons of the Friends of Burnley FC in the Community programme.

The company have stated that they will be investing time, money and expertise into the Burnley FC in the Community programme to help make a difference in the local areas.


Burnley-based CoolKit, a manufacturer of fridge vans, has been issued with a Class C ATP Certificate by the UK Department for Transport. The standard demonstrates that the refrigerated vehicles adhere to the International Carriage of Perishable Foodstuffs standards and the specialist equipment required to create the fridge conversion.


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