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Fun times ahead thanks to 'Transform Your Patch' Campaign
A new recreation area in Morecambe and a play area in Lancaster are set to benefit from funding from 'Transform Your Patch' - a community-led regeneration scheme supported by some of Britain's favourite soft drinks.
Residents invited to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee with Mayor 'At Home'
The Right Worshipful the Mayor of Lancaster, Councillor Sheila Denwood, is celebrating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee with an At Home in the heart of the Duchy of Lancaster.
2012 Morecambe Sandcastle Festival goes for gold
The tradition of building sandcastles will take on an Olympic theme this summer at Morecambe’s 6th annual Sandcastle Festival.
Local authorities, Police and NHS are counting the cost of alcohol harm
Shocking new research out last week (Friday 18 May) shows the negative impacts of alcohol – such as crime, antisocial behaviour and illness – is costing more than £55.65m per year in the Lancaster District.
Admission of Freemen and Freewomen
Lancaster City Council is delighted that 2012 will introduce a major change to one of its most long standing traditions, when women can be admitted as Freemen in all four categories of application.
Don’t let food poisoning spoil your Diamond Jubilee Celebrations
Lancaster City Council’s Food Safety Team is urging the public to protect themselves from the risk of food poisoning over the Jubilee Bank Holiday celebrations.
Lots of things to do and see at council parks and facilities
Lancaster City Council is encouraging families to enjoy the sunshine and all the things on offer at council parks and facilities in Lancaster and Morecambe.
Council agrees on a way forward for future of Lancaster Market
On Thursday 24 May Council considered a progress report on the future of Lancaster Indoor Market.
Spoil your garden rotten with free compost
Local residents can reap the rewards of food and green waste recycling by collecting free compost made from the waste collected from green bins.
Velocity Festival brings supercharged weekend of sport
Details of a major new sports festival in Lancaster and Morecambe have been confirmed.
Are you dancing? Because the Festival Market in Morecambe is asking!
Are you a teacher or member of a dance school? If so you may be interested in an opportunity to display your talents at the forthcoming Family Fun Weekend at the Festival Market, Morecambe on 7 and 8 July.
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