News Archive - April 2022
Leisure centre decarbonisation project completed 29 April 2022 A multi-million pound project to eliminate onsite CO2 emissions generated by Salt Ayre Leisure Centre has been completed.
Next Mayor of Lancaster to host jubilee tea party 28 April 2022 Anyone who was born in 1952, or has memories of the day Her Majesty the Queen acceded to the throne, is being invited to join the next Mayor of Lancaster for a celebratory event.
Volunteers sought for wildflower seed sowing event 26 April 2022 Residents are being asked to take part in a seed sowing event to help create a wildflower haven – starting in Heysham.
Litter picking youngster helps to tidy up community 22 April 2022 An eight-year-old boy who has picked up almost 200 bags of rubbish has been thanked by Lancaster City Council for his commitment to keeping his neighbourhood clean.
Mayor-elect launches platinum jubilee competitions 22 April 2022 Young people across the Lancaster district are being asked to channel their creativity and enter one of two competitions to celebrate the Queen’s platinum jubilee.
Annual dog beach ban due to come into force 21 April 2022 Lancaster City Council is reminding dog owners that annual restrictions on Morecambe’s bathing beaches will come into force on Sunday May 1.
New report outlines energy efficiency measures for council buildings 21 April 2022 Lancaster City Council has received a comprehensive report on the work that will be needed to make 18 of its buildings carbon neutral by 2030 as part of the battle against climate change.
Climate emergency review takes another step forward 20 April 2022 Preparation of the climate emergency review of the Lancaster district’s Local Plan has taken another step forward with the submission of updated documents and supporting information to the Government.
BBC Radio Lancashire award ceremony to be held at Lancaster Town Hall 14 April 2022 People are being urged to nominate local groups and individuals for this year’s BBC Radio Lancashire Make a Difference Awards 2022, which will be announced in the historic surroundings of Lancaster Town Hall.