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Notices of election published
Lancaster City Council has issued notices of election for city council and town/parish council elections, which will take place on Thursday May 7.
Trader opportunities at the Assembly Rooms Market
The Assembly Rooms Market in Lancaster is on the look-out for new stallholders who can introduce something exclusive to the mix of interesting and unique items on sale in this beautiful 18th Century building.
Have your say on councillor expenses
BEFORE setting the level of allowances paid to councillors, Lancaster City Council is required to consider the recommendations of its Independent Remuneration Panel.
Nominate important local green spaces
Lancaster City Council is asking local residents to nominate areas of green and open space within the district which are most important to them.
140 'Leg it with Eric' to raise comedy cash
MORECAMBE promenade resembled an Eric Morecambe look-a-like competition at the weekend as 140 people took part in a special charity fun run.
Celebrate English Tourism Week
Eric Morecambe will be the focus of this year’s Visit England’s English Tourism week celebrations at Morecambe Visitor Information Centre (VIC).
Lancaster City Council sets its 2015/16 budget
LANCASTER City Council faces a tough financial future with continuing government cuts leading to further reductions to services.
Thinking of standing for election?
LANCASTER City Council is holding a number of briefing sessions for prospective candidates and election agents in preparation for the elections taking place in May this year.
HMS Lancaster sails into Liverpool for affiliation visit with the City of Lancaster and re-dedication of freedom scroll
Commanding Officer of HMS Lancaster, Commander Peter Laughton, MBE, sailed his Type 23 Duke Class vessel into Liverpool on Thursday February 26 for a four day visit.
Salt Ayre Sports Centre limbers up to take on the world's biggest fundraising swim
Lancaster City Council’s Salt Ayre Sports Centre is limbering up to take on the world's biggest fundraising Swimathon challenge and urging swimmers to make a splash for cash in aid of Marie Curie.
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