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Sandcastle Festival draws the crowds
Thousands of people ventured down to Morecambe's award winning beaches this weekend to enjoy traditional seaside pleasures at this year's Sandcastle Festival.
A welcome sign unveiled at Lancaster Bus Station
A new information board has been unveiled at Lancaster Bus Station to signpost travellers in the right direction.
Get creative at the Platform in Morecambe this summer
A Lancaster based artist is inviting you to sharpen your drawing skills and unlock your imagination with new creative writing and drawing classes at the Platform in Morecambe.
Velocity cycle race pedals back to Lancaster
The Velocity cycle race will return to Lancaster later this month, with more than 100 riders taking to the historic streets to compete over the cobbles, corners and hills.
'Friends' sought for Happy Mount Park
LANCASTER City Council is asking people to shape the future of Morecambe’s Happy Mount Park by helping to create a masterplan and join a new Friends group.
Cycling for all at Salt Ayre Sports Centre
Lancaster City Council is inviting everyone to cycle their way to fitness with a brand new range of adapted bicycles available at Salt Ayre Sports Centre.
Overview and Scrutiny - your chance to make a difference
Do you care passionately about democracy? Want to use your rights as a citizen?
Join Lancaster City Council and celebrate the Armed Forces
Lancaster City Council will be showing support for the Armed Forces later this month when the Armed Forces Day flags are hoisted on both Lancaster and Morecambe Town Halls.
Talk rubbish during National Recycling Week
Lancaster City Council’s waste and recycling team will be out and about both before and during National Recycling Week (17 – 23 June) to ask residents for help in improving the way it collects the district's recyclable rubbish.
Extra chance for Lancaster people to have say on ward boundaries
The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England has opened a new phase of public consultation in its review of Lancaster City Council’s ward boundaries.
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