Children’s literary talents celebrated by mayoral competition 08 November 2018 A sombre reflection on the horrors of World War I has won a 10-year-old schoolboy a poetry competition and the honour of being crowned the Lancaster district’s junior poet laureate.
Lancaster's festival of light, music and fireworks shines brightly 07 November 2018 Record crowds in the region of 48,000 people descended on Lancaster at the weekend to enjoy this year’s magical two-night festival of light, music, art and fireworks in the city.
Seagull-proof waste sacks get the thumbs up in Morecambe 05 November 2018 A pilot scheme to stop seagulls leaving a trail of rubbish in the street on bin day has proved a success following the trialling of seagull-proof refuse storage sacks by householders and businesses in Morecambe.
Wheelie good result for Lancaster City Council 25 October 2018 Lancaster City Council is celebrating after picking up gold in a national challenge that pitted organisations against each other to see who could get most people on their bikes.
Lancaster City Council celebrates success 23 October 2018 The hard work and dedication to duty of staff involved in the clean-up operation after last year’s devastating floods has been recognised at Lancaster City Council’s annual award ceremony.