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Services affected by industrial action on October 14
A number of public sector unions nationally have elected to take strike action on Tuesday October 14 and there will be an impact on all of Lancaster City Council services.
Fitness and fun for free at Salt Ayre this weekend
ON Saturday October 4, Salt Ayre Sports Centre, Lancaster, will be throwing open its doors for a day for everyone to enjoy a whole host of activities and taster sessions as well as access to its facilities for free.
Countdown begins to Light Up Lancaster
THE countdown has begun to Light Up Lancaster - a two day festival for all the family which will culminate in the city's popular annual Fireworks Spectacular.
Join a ‘Big Tidy Up’ event in your local park
FIVE local parks are taking part in a national ‘Big Tidy Up’ campaign and need your help.
Tree-mendous event with the Friends of Greaves Park
The Friends of Greaves Park invite you to a tree talk and walk around the park.
Welcome to the Lancaster district!
If you’re new to Lancaster or a returning student, did you know you can register to vote at both your term time address AND at the address you live at outside of term time?
Festive market trading opportunities in Lancaster and Morecambe
Lancaster City Council is giving small independent retailers, craft-makers and artists the opportunity to sell and showcase their products at two special events taking place at its markets this Christmas.
Temporary closure of Lancaster car park
The Nelson Street pay and display car park in Lancaster is scheduled to be closed temporarily from Monday September 29 until approximately Friday October 3 for resurfacing works.
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.
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