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Online services restored.
Our Find My Nearest and online planning application search facilities are now available.
Sandcastle competition captures the Olympic spirit
Thousands of people got themselves into the Olympic spirit at the weekend and ventured down to the golden sands of Morecambe beach to visit the resort’s sixth Sandcastle Festival.
Council counts the cost of vandalism at Salt Ayre Sports Centre
Lancaster City Council is counting the cost of clearing away broken glass and replacing more than 20 windows following a vandalism attack on Salt Ayre Sports Centre.
Don’t lose your vote in 2012
Voter registration forms will soon be dropping through letterboxes across the Lancaster district and people are being urged to return them as soon as possible.
Respect the insects at Lancaster's Williamson Park
Williamson Park in Lancaster is inviting you to respect our insects with a number of events taking place in June to celebrate National Insect Week.
Overview and Scrutiny – your chance to make a Difference
Do you care passionately about democracy? Want to use your rights as a citizen? Let Lancaster City Council know what you think!
Torchbearer Doris gets set to inspire others
Retirement is often seen by many as an opportunity to wind down and enjoy a slower pace of life.
Have you got the bottle to recycle?
Lancaster City Council is encouraging everyone in the district to recycle all their plastic bottles.
Plan ahead to make the most of the Olympic Torch Relay
There's not long to go before the Olympic Torch is due to pass through the Lancaster district – and local people are being urged to plan ahead to make the most of this once in a lifetime opportunity.
Williamson Park cooks up a spellbinding flower bed display
Williamson Park in Lancaster has cooked up a spellbinding flower bed display to celebrate the 400th Anniversary of the Lancashire Witches.
Help put some pride back into our district
Could your street benefit from a spring clean?
Morecambe's West End goes back in time
Popular BBC television series Turn Back Time is set to take three real families and three houses on Albert Road in Morecambe on a journey through 80 years of change when it takes to our TV screens later this month.
Family Fun Weekend at Morecambe’s Festival Market
Roll up roll up for a circus themed family fun weekend at Morecambe’s Festival Market on Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 July.
Junior zoo keeper course at Williamson Park
Budding junior zoologists are being given the opportunity to go behind the scenes and see how staff at Williamson Park look after its mini zoo and butterfly house.
Notice of inspection of accounts 2011-2012
Notice of availability of 2011-2012 accounts for inspection.
Have your say on proposal for new allotments
Lancaster City Council is inviting you to have your say on proposals for a new allotment site in Lancaster.
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