Hyndburn News Snippets – August

A New clinic has opened in Clayton-le-Moors offering a new solution to hair loss and skin problems.

Entrepreneur Joseph Lanzante has launched JL Aesthetics at Petre Court after seeing a gap in the market to offer solutions for peoples insecurities.

A spokesperson said that the business will create five new jobs and bring an exciting new concept to the people of Accrington and the surrounding areas


Hyndburn-based North West Logistics have said they are looking to create at least 10 jobs as part of a company wide £6 Million expansion.

The business, headed up by Managing Director Stephen Dunn, is based on Altham Business Park. They are currently expanding its premises so that it will have space to house its fleet of 50 articulated lorries on a site adjacent to its current base.


Accrington-based CJUK, who supply Interim Chefs to hotels, pubs, restaurants and contract catering companies all over the UK, have appointed Jamie Boyes as account manager to develop and lead the company’s growing catering division.


Marshmallows Day Care Nursery in Accrington has new owners. Shazia & Nadeem Hussain are experienced operators with businesses in the retail and hospitality sectors and this purchased marked their first foray into Childcare.


Emerson & Renwick, the Accrington based cutting-edge, independently owned engineering firm has secured orders with two American companies worth more than £40million.

The company says it will be investing in additional capital equipment and further recruitment of personnel to ensure that they meet the necessary delivery schedules.


Accrington based Tamarind Tree Consulting have just become a Limited Company.

Tim Akerman, found the of the business, which provides provides process improvement, quality management system support and training, said “My aim remains to help and support profitable and sustainable growth in the north through process excellence”

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