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Image of Andy at the finish of the Iron Man endurance challenge. - Click here to view this item

After suffering two strokes at the age of 43, Andy Forrest from Lancaster thought his life as he knew it would change forever.


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If you fancy a great night out this autumn then get yourself down to The Platform, Lancaster City Council's performing arts venue in Morecambe.


Image of Grace Wilding raised £620 as part of the Aspire Swim Challenge 2014. - Click here to view this item

Local swimmers are being invited to take the plunge for charity at Salt Ayre Sports Centre this September.


Image of Ben in action at the UK Masters Strongest Man competition - Click here to view this item

Local strong man Ben France will take on the world’s best when he competes in the World Masters Strongest Man competition this Sunday (August 30).


Detailed plans have been put into place to control access to the beach near the Battery in Morecambe following the re-opening of mussel beds.


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Lancaster City Council is working in partnership with the Dogs Trust to help local dog owners avoid breaking the law.


Image of Children enjoying the outdoor climbing wall at Play Day. - Click here to view this item

Thousands of local children poured into Salt Ayre Sports Centre on Wednesday (August 5) to celebrate national Play Day.


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A sixty strong team representing Lancaster City Council’s Salt Ayre Sports Centre took on the ultimate fitness challenge at the weekend.


Lancaster City Council is asking the public to help it review its gambling policy.


Image of The mayor of Lancaster, Coun Jon Barry, and chief executive of Lancaster City Council, Mark Cullinan, with the city's new Freemen. - Click here to view this item

One of Lancaster’s most historic traditions was celebrated on Saturday (July 25) when nine people were admitted as Freemen of the City.


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