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Lancaster strikes Gold (and Silver and Bronze) at the International Youth Games
The team representing Lancaster in the International Youth Games has returned with a total of 47 medals (16 gold, 14 silver and 17 bronze).
Lancaster City Council seeks views on revised gambling policy
Lancaster City Council is asking the public to help it review its gambling policy.
Are you one of those not yet registered to vote?
Lancaster City Council is urging people who have not yet registered to vote to complete and return their annual canvass forms and save themselves a knock on the door.
Childhood dreams come true with opening of new Morecambe play area
An afternoon of fun and games will mark the official opening of a new family play and recreation area in Morecambe.
Play Day brings a day of fun for local children
A day of fun activities brought hundreds of children to Williamson Park on Wednesday August 1 as Lancaster City Council celebrated National Playday.
Join us and Take Pride in the Lancaster district
Residents are being given the opportunity to talk about local issues and get involved in their community.
Safety reminder after Bay rescue
Visitors to Morecambe Bay are being reminded to take care and check tide tables before venturing out after a fisherman had to be rescued after becoming cut off by the tide.
Funding to help groups to Take Pride in our district
Lancaster City Council has launched a new fund worth nearly £300,000 to provide help and support to some of the district’s voluntary, community, faith and arts organisations.
Beating Berlusconi - coming to the Platform this September
John Graham Davies' Beating Berlusconi!, a one man comedy show covering forty years, forty characters and the greatest football night ever, is coming to the Platform in Morecambe on September 8.
Putting some pride back into our streets
Nominations from the public have helped to set the new Street Pride programme for 2012/13.
Music and comedy in store and much more at the Platform in Morecambe
The autumn/winter programme for the Platform in Morecambe is now available and crammed full of top class musicians and comedy talent.
Funding secured for empty homes
Lancaster City Council is one of three districts in Lancashire to have embarked on an exciting partnership with Methodist Action (NW), a Preston based charity.
With an apprenticeship at Lancaster City Council, you can earn whilst you learn and gain practical skills from the workplace.
Statement on the Storey Creative Industries Centre
Lancaster City Council was informed by the Storey Creative Industries Centre Ltd (SCIC Ltd) on August 15 that the company intended to cease trading from 5pm that day, and to put the company into liquidation.
The sky's the limit at the 2012 Morecambe Seaside Festival
The sky promises to be the limit when the Morecambe Seaside Festival flies back into the resort on the weekend of September 1 and 2.
Celebrate the start of the Paralympics with a day of free sport at Salt Ayre Sports Centre
Salt Ayre Sports Centre will be celebrating the start of the London Paralympic Games with a day of free sporting activities.
Top class comedians line up to perform at the Platform in Morecambe
Top class comedians are lined up to perform at the Platform’s new stand-up comedy club which opens its doors this month.
August Bank Holiday - waste and recycling collections
Due to the August Bank Holiday, waste and recycling collections during the week commencing Monday 27 August will take place one day later than normal.
Could your voluntary group benefit from a cash windfall?
Voluntary groups across the Lancaster district are invited to apply for funding from Lancaster City Council’s welfare grant scheme.
District throws open its doors for this year's Heritage Open Days
Local history and culture will come to life again this year when local buildings of every age, style and function throw open their doors during this year's Heritage Open Days.
Competition winners have got the bottle
Residents from Lancaster and Morecambe have used their knowledge of recycling to win a competition run by Lancaster City Council.
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