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Pendle Council reveals its winners

Published: Tuesday, 26th June 2018


Three Pendle people have scooped a share of £1,000 off their council tax bill by switching to e-billing.

More than 1,000 people switched to receive their bill by e-mail using the Council’s online Council Tax service which was launched in 2016.

Everyone who signed up to e-billing by the end of April was entered into the draw and three people were picked at random.

Naveed Rashid (pictured) from Colne has been awarded £500 off this year’s council tax bill.

He said: “I was surprised when I found out I’d won.

“I’m very supportive of the move by the Council to provide more services online so when I saw you could sign-up to receive your council tax bill by email, I immediately switched.”

Anton Dreyer from Kelbrook and Christina Wellard from Earby both received £250 off their council tax bills.

Anton said: “Doing things online is a way of life for me which is why I switched to e-billing.

“I’m very environmentally conscious and I’m pleased to see that the Council is doing what it can to reduce the amount of paper it uses.”

Christina added: “I’ve recently moved to Pendle for work.

“I signed up for e-billing when I was setting up my council tax account - it was so easy!”

Councillor Paul White, Leader of Pendle Council, said: “Thank you to everyone who has switched to e-billing.

“You’re helping us to save money, protect our services and it’s much better for the environment.

“Whenever you need to see or print a copy of your bill, simply log into your Council Tax online account where it’ll be stored safely.

“You can do this on your mobile, tablet or computer.”

Council Tax Online offers a quicker, easier and more secure way to:

  • switch to Direct Debit and e-billing
  • check how much you owe
  • make payments
  • tell us of a change in your circumstances
  • apply for discounts
  •  tell us that you’ve moved.

It’s available at  

All you have to do is register with a username and password of your choice.

Anyone who needs support accessing the Council’s online services can pop into Number One Market Street or their local library where staff will be happy to help.