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A red rose for Williamson Park
WILLIAMSON Park in Lancaster continues to be an excellent visitor attraction according to Visit England and has been re-awarded the internationally recognised Quality Rose Marque.
Have your say on Happy Mount Park
LANCASTER City Council is asking people to shape the future of Morecambe’s Happy Mount Park by commenting on a draft masterplan.
Council on the look out for new enforcement officer to tackle dog fouling
LANCASTER City Council is stepping up its bid to tackle the district's problem of dog fouling by introducing a new post dedicated to dealing with people who refuse to pick up after their dog.
Have you got the X factor?
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Keeping the park clean is no Grimm tale
AS the sun sets on this year's final outdoor walkabout theatre show in Williamson Park, even the cast have been involved in a clean-up campaign.
Review of Polling Districts and Polling Places
VOTERS are being asked to comment on future polling arrangements in the Lancaster City Council area.
Temporary closure of Lancaster car parks
A number of city council pay and display car parks in Lancaster are scheduled to be closed temporarily to allow for resurfacing works to take place.
Park café scores high on taste test
THE Pavilion Café at Williamson Park in Lancaster has been awarded a Taste Lancashire Quality Assured accreditation.
Lancaster's latest landmark to play centre stage
THE centrepiece of a £1million project to rejuvenate the civic heart of Lancaster will be completed this week.
High volume of calls due to elections letter
We are currently experiencing a high volume of calls due to the recent delivery of an elections letter and subsequent requests to be removed from the Open Register.
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