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Rat Pack Vegas Spectacular comes to the Platform
The 'Purveyors of Cool' will be bringing wonderful memories of the Rat Pack back to the Platform on Sunday, October 7.
Which public services are most important to your family?
Local people are being urged to have their say on which public services are most important to themselves and their families.
Statement on the Storey Institute
Lancaster City Council has taken control of the management of the Storey Institute, fulfilling its commitment to reinvigorating this important building.
Happy Mount Park needs you!
Lancaster City Council is on the look out for more volunteers to help work on a number of projects at Happy Mount Park in Morecambe.
October half term fun
Lancaster City Council is offering a wide variety of sports, arts and spooky activities during the October half term holiday (October 29 - November 2) for youngsters between 4 and 16 years old.
Lancaster City Council continues to support market provision in Morecambe
Lancaster City Council has reaffirmed its continued support for providing a sustainable market in Morecambe
Countdown begins for this year's Lancaster Firework Spectacular
The countdown has begun to this year's Lancaster Firework Spectacular which will see the dazzling display being launched – for the first time ever - from the roof of the historic Lancaster Castle.
Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner Elections - Thursday, November 15
In less than a month’s time voters will elect a Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) who will be responsible for how crime is tackled in their area.
Halloween fun at Morecambe's Festival Market
There's going to be some spooky goings on at the Festival Market, Morecambe during Halloween weekend and everyone is invited to go along....if they dare!
Council launches major planning consultation
Lancaster City Council is launching a major consultation on a new draft Local Development Plan for the district.
Lancaster City Council says 'No mess, no fuss!' to irresponsible dog owners
Lancaster City Council is having no messing in its bid to rid the district of dog fouling having carried another enforcement exercise to catch irresponsible dog owners failing to pick up after their dogs.
Young people offer councillors their views
Young people from across the district met with city councillors last week (Wednesday, October 17) to talk about issues that are important to them.
Dogs have their day at Trumacar Primary School
Lancaster City Council is hosting its next dog road show on Wednesday October 31 at Trumacar Primary School in Heysham.
Have your say on park plans
Lancaster City Council is asking residents for their views on a new master plan for Ryelands Park.
Join award winning artist for a workshop at Williamson Park
An award winning artist, is inviting people to take part in a workshop this November at the Ashton Memorial in Williamson Park.
Wear some spots and help raise lots for Children in Need at Salt Ayre Sports Centre
Lancaster City Council is inviting local residents to wear some spots and help raise lots when BBC Children in Need comes to Salt Ayre Sports Centre.
New habitat trail in Happy Mount Park
If you go down to the woods today you’re sure of a new surprise!
Council counts the cost of further vandalism to public toilets in Caton
The public toilet facility at the Bull Beck picnic site in Caton could be closed indefinitely following a further spate of vandalism to the building this weekend.
Don’t miss out on having your say!
Lancaster City Council is now one week into a major consultation on a new Local Plan for the district.
Take Pride Community Fund bids to be discussed by Cabinet
The outcome of a rigorous selection process to allocate this year’s second homes funding to organisations who take pride in their local community will be discussed by Cabinet next week (November 6).
Bagsy yourself a stall for the Christmas Festival at Morecambe's Festival Market
The Festival Market in Morecambe is hosting its first Christmas Festival this December and inviting anyone interested in having a stall at the event to get in touch.
Cabinet to receive progress report on the Storey Creative Industries Centre
Cabinet members will be presented with a progress report on the latest position on the Storey Creative Industries Centre at its meeting next week (November 6).
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