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Every dog has its day at Morecambe's Festival Market
GET ready to pamper your pooch and brush up on your dog handling skills and come along to the annual fun dog show at Morecambe's Festival Market.
Auction Mart car park re-opens
Lancaster's Auction Mart car park has re-opened following major resurfacing works.
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.
Get set for Morecambe’s Vintage by the Sea Festival
THOUSANDS are expected to arrive on Morecambe’s sea front this weekend to enjoy a two day festival celebrating all that’s great about Britain – Wayne Hemingway’s Vintage by the Sea Festival.
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.
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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.
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