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The best things in life are free
One of Lancaster’s most historic traditions was celebrated on Saturday (July 25) when nine people were admitted as Freemen of the City.
Housing estimates to be carefully assessed
Newly calculated figures on the number of houses which need to be built over the next 16 years will be assessed over the coming weeks.
Litter roadshow comes to Market Square
A campaign to clean up our streets will be taking to the road next week in a bid to encourage the people of Lancaster to dispose of their litter properly.
Green Flag awards for local parks
Lancaster City Council is proud to announce that two of its parks have been awarded the coveted Green Flag award.
Views sought on Eric and Ernie artwork
The delivery of the Morecambe Area Action Plan is only in its early stages but it is already very apparent that following on from the interest that the local community showed in helping develop this important plan our local community is also keenly interested in the actual works that contribute to the delivery of the MAAP.
Celebrate Play Day at Salt Ayre Sports Centre
Lancaster City Council is inviting you to celebrate national Play Day with an action packed day of free activities and adventure at Salt Ayre Sports Centre.
Dog owner fined for barking dogs
A dog owner has been ordered to pay a total of £520 for allowing his dogs to cause a noise nuisance by excessive and prolonged barking on at least two occasions after being served with a Noise Abatement Notice by Lancaster City Council.
City council hunts for six of the best
Applications are now being taken for new apprenticeships at Lancaster City Council.
Team Lancaster prepares for Youth Games 2015
A GROUP of local young people are preparing to fly the flag for the Lancaster district when they travel to Denmark to take part in a week long annual festival of sport and culture.
Mayor tyres himself out for charity
The Mayor of Lancaster has helped get the wheels in motion of a special cycling challenge to raise cash for charity.
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