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Visitor Award for Williamson Park, Lancaster
Williamson Park has been successful in obtaining a 'Visitor Attraction Quality Assurance Scheme' accreditation from VisitEngland which rates the park as an ‘excellent’ visitor attraction.
Affordable Warmth Project reaches out to vulnerable tenants
Lancaster City Council, with funding from North Lancashire PCT, is helping landlords to maintain their properties this winter to ensure vulnerable tenants aren’t left out in the cold.
Lancaster City Council calls foul on irresponsible dog owners
NEW dog control orders came into force today (November 1) to encourage dog owners to behave responsibly and keep their dogs under control in public places.
Landlords and tenants set to benefit from a new hassle free lettings scheme
Lancaster City Council has launched a new lettings agency for the district in partnership with Methodist Action’s “A Place to Live” scheme.
Free parking for Christmas shoppers
Shoppers will be able to enjoy free parking at selected times in Lancaster and Morecambe in the run up to Christmas.
A step in the right direction for Lancaster's iconic landmark
Specialist restoration work to one of Lancaster’s iconic landmarks is set to start in the next few weeks.
Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner Elections 2012
Clive Grunshaw has been elected as Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire.
Christmas Wonderland at Williamson Park
Treat your family to a visit to the Christmas Wonderland in Williamson Park in Lancaster this December.
Salt Ayre on track for green glory
Salt Ayre Sports Centre (SASC) has proved its environmental credentials by winning a national award designed to find Britain’s greenest companies, councils and communities.
Improve the view for Eric during National Maintenance Week
Lancaster City Council is encouraging residents and business owners in charge of historic properties in Morecambe to mark this year's National Maintenance Week by carrying out routine repairs and maintenance in readiness for winter.
Christmas carol concerts at the Ashton Memorial
A good dose of festive spirit will be served up at the Ashton Memorial in Williamson Park in December with a series of carol concerts.
Santa’s on his way to Morecambe's Festival Market
The Festival Market in Morecambe is hosting its first ever Christmas Festival this December.
A festive feast of entertainment awaits at the Platform
The Platform in Morecambe promises to warm you up for Christmas this year with a feast of pantos, brass bands and festive carols with all the trimmings.
Chatsworth Gardens proposals to be considered by Cabinet
Proposals to inject new life into Morecambe’s West End will be discussed by Lancaster City Council’s Cabinet in December.
Take time out to volunteer for sport
Local people are being invited to take time out for sport as part of a new scheme introduced by Lancaster City Council.
Fees and charges to be considered by Cabinet
Lancaster City Council’s Cabinet will discuss fees and charges across a range of council services at its next meeting on December 4.
Lancashire Day sees launch of new visitor guide celebrating Lancaster's rich history
Lancashire Day saw the launch of a new visitor guide celebrating the history and riches of the county town of Lancaster.
New partnership scheme creates six new apprenticeships in Lancaster
Six new apprentices have been employed to help maintain council housing in the district thanks to an innovative new employment scheme launched earlier this year.
Put your unwanted clothes to good use
With the festive season almost upon us and people making room for their new winter wardrobe, Lancaster City Council is encouraging residents to put their unwanted clothes to good use by recycling.
Splash out on a quid-a-swim this December
Lancaster City Council is inviting people to make a splash at their local pool this Christmas for just £1.
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