Crook O’Lune beauty spot gets new lease of life as a memorial forest 30 January 2020 A beauty spot at the Crook O’Lune near Lancaster, known locally as Hermitage Field is getting a new lease of life as a memorial forest.
Calls for further devolution to include cross county boundary options 24 January 2020 Three local authority leaders are leading calls for a devolution deal that crosses county boundaries to be considered in any future discussions about giving local government greater powers.
Finance for business event 24 January 2020 Lancaster City Council is joining forces with Boost Business Lancashire to host a free drop-in event this month for businesses wanting to talk to the experts about finance.
Work begins on Lancaster flood defence scheme 22 January 2020 Work has begun on a multi-million pound project to build new defences along the banks of the River Lune to prevent large scale flooding similar to that seen during Storm Desmond in 2015.
Filthy takeaway fined for food hygiene offences 21 January 2020 A Carnforth takeaway has been ordered to pay £6,370 in a fine and costs after being found guilty of breaching food hygiene regulations, including serving a naan bread contaminated with a cigarette filter tip wrapper.
People’s Jury to help form climate change recommendations 08 January 2020 Around 4,000 households across the Lancaster district will shortly be receiving an invitation asking for their help in developing a new action plan to tackle one of the biggest issues facing the world today.
Mayor of Lancaster launches poetry competition 07 January 2020 The Mayor of Lancaster is asking local children to put pen to paper to help find his Young Poet Laureates of the year with the theme being “Unity in the Community”.