Everywhere you go, always take your water with you… 31 August 2018 Lancaster City Council has installed two new water fountains – with more to come - as part of its ongoing drive to reduce single-use plastic waste.
Mayor of Lancaster launches poetry competition 29 August 2018 The Mayor of Lancaster is asking local children to put pen to paper to help commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War One.
Vintage by the Sea returns to Morecambe for a stunning sixth year of culture and creativity 28 August 2018 This year’s free and family-friendly Vintage by the Sea returns to Morecambe this weekend (September 1 and 2).
Heritage Open Days returns bigger and better 22 August 2018 Heritage Open Days, the annual celebration of the country’s history, architecture and culture, returns next month and for the first time ever will take place over two long weekends.
The Platform announce new season of live entertainment 17 August 2018 Morecambe will be welcoming another stellar line-up of music acts plus a host of big names from the world of television in the new season of events at The Platform in Morecambe.
Seagull-proof waste sacks go on trial in Morecambe 13 August 2018 A pilot scheme to stop seagulls leaving a trail of destruction on bin day got off the ground in central Morecambe today with the issuing of up to 100 seagull-proof refuse storage sacks to residential properties and businesses.
Taxi inspections take place at Salt Ayre 10 August 2018 Lancaster City Council's Licensing Enforcement Officers joined forces with the police and staff from the DVSA (Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency) last week to undertake an unannounced inspection of local taxis.
Takeaway fined for breaching food hygiene regulations 09 August 2018 A Lancaster-based takeaway business and its owner have been fined £7,322 including victim surcharge and £1,000 costs after pleading guilty to breaching food hygiene regulations.