Revealing our past – council looks to reveal district’s ‘hidden history’ 01 July 2020 Lancaster City Council is calling on the public to help it reveal the district’s ‘hidden history’ as part of review into statues, street names and other items linked to the slave trade.
Weed control and grounds maintenance in the Lancaster district 29 June 2020 Residents of the Lancaster district who are concerned about pavement weeds are being asked not to spray weed killer due to the potential harmful effects it can have on the environment.
Lancaster's historic Charter Market to re-open in city's Dalton Square 24 June 2020 Lancaster’s historic Charter Market is set to re-open to traders and customers on Saturday, June 27 in a new temporary location in the city’s Dalton Square
Council submits £25million bid to revamp Morecambe town centre and sea-front icons 22 June 2020 Lancaster City Council has submitted a bid for approaching £25million from the Government’s Future High Streets Fund to further its aim of regenerating Morecambe town centre and setting a clear and bold vision for its future.
Support on offer for businesses to safely reopen 10 June 2020 With many retail stores preparing to open their doors next week, Lancaster City Council is on hand to support them with their preparations.
Statement on street names linked to the slave trade 10 June 2020 In response to a local campaign requesting the renaming of streets linked to those involved in the slave trade, we’ve released the following statement.