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Changes to council services and Christmas opening times
There will be a number of changes to the availability of council services and facilities this Christmas.
Park for free for your shopping spree
SHOPPERS are be able to enjoy free parking at selected times in Lancaster and Morecambe in the run up to Christmas.
Be Flood Ready
HOMES and businesses in the Lancaster district are being encouraged to plan ahead and prepare for the potential of flooding in the future.
Eric comes home
MORECAMBE's tribute to its most famous son has returned home following repair work.
Health Innovation Campus plans move forward
LANCASTER City Council’s Cabinet has agreed to transfer a 24 acre site on Bailrigg Lane to Lancaster University as part of ambitious plans for a Health Innovation Campus.
A Winter Wonderland comes to Salt Ayre
Salt Ayre Sports Centre will be opening its doors and embracing the festive spirit this Christmas by hosting its first ever Winter Wonderland event.
Overview and Scrutiny Committee to discuss health proposals
The quality of health care services in the Lancaster District will be topics for discussion at the next meeting of Lancaster City Council’s Overview and Scrutiny Committee.
Look before you book for Christmas
IF you’re looking forward to that special Christmas meal with work colleagues, friends or family the Food Standards Agency and Lancaster City Council would like to remind you to ‘look before you book’.
Christmas Carol Concerts in Williamson Park
A GOOD dose of festive spirit will be served up at the Ashton Memorial in Williamson Park, Lancaster in December with a series of carol concerts.
Smokefree play areas plan agreed
Lancaster City Council’s Cabinet has agreed to bring in a new voluntary code to make outdoor children’s play areas smoke-free zones.
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