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Campaign stepped up against empty homes
Owners of empty properties are being urged to work with Lancaster City Council to bring their vacant assets back into use.
Carnforth and Millhead by-election results
Results of the Carnforth and Millhead Ward by-election held yesterday, Thursday November 26.
Lancaster City Council’s reaction to the Autumn Statement and Spending Review
Coun Eileen Blamire, leader of Lancaster City Council, said: “Whilst the Government has unexpectedly backed down from making cuts in some areas, notably working tax credits and police funding, unfortunately that doesn’t apply to local government services.
Lancaster Businesses Vote ‘yes’ to Business Improvement District
Businesses in Lancaster have voted yes to making the city centre, once again, a Business Improvement District (BID).
Helping to preserve our district’s heritage
Traditional skills to help maintain historic buildings are the focus of a new training course on offer from Lancaster and Morecambe College.
Join the Mayor of Lancaster for an evening of charity fun
The mayor of Lancaster, Coun Jon Barry, is holding a charity evening of food and entertainment on Friday December 11.
Get into the 'Spirit of Christmas' at the Festival Market
The Festival Market in Morecambe is hosting its annual Christmas festival this month with all the seasonal trimmings and a massive VIP guest.
Park for free for your shopping spree
Shoppers will be able to enjoy free parking at selected times in Lancaster and Morecambe in the run up to Christmas.
Celebrate Lancashire Day
Enjoy all things Lancashire at Lancaster City Council’s Visitor Information Centres, when both centres have their own celebrations of this special day.
Looking after your bins and boxes during windy weather
During windy weather, bins and boxes awaiting collection can often blow over spilling their contents onto roads and pavements.
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