Getting to the root of slavery: Lancaster Black History Group and Lancaster City Museums launch Slavery Family Trees Exhibition 30 September 2022 Lancaster City Museums have been working with the Lancaster Black History Group (LBHG) to develop a new, intimate exhibition which draws on research from the LBHG ‘Slavery Family Trees Project’.
A new partnership launches in the Lancaster district to tackle underage drinking 30 September 2022 A new scheme has launched across the Lancaster district after concerns were raised by the community about young people’s drinking and anti-social behaviour.
Proposals for new hospital welcomed by city council leader 28 September 2022 The leader of Lancaster City Council has welcomed proposals to build a new state-of-the-art hospital to replace the Royal Lancaster Infirmary (RLI).
Wristbands now available for spectacular finale of Light Up Lancaster 2022 27 September 2022 Wristbands are now available for this year’s Lancaster Firework Spectacular and the finale of the city’s popular Light Up Lancaster event.
Lancaster City Council meets United Utilities to address sewage concerns 27 September 2022 Councillors have addressed concerns about sewage being discharged into Morecambe Bay during discussions with the company responsible for the north west’s water network.
Lancaster Maritime Museum to hold book launch 27 September 2022 Lancaster Maritime Museum is to host the launch of a new book covering the fascinating history of pottery manufactured in the city during the 18th century.
Canal Quarter masterplan to be unveiled at consultation event 22 September 2022 Proposals to breathe new life into the Canal Quarter area of Lancaster will be unveiled at a special event that will take place on Sunday October 9.
Expressions of interest sought for former theme park site 21 September 2022 Lancaster City Council is seeking interested parties to help it kickstart the regeneration of the former Frontierland site in Morecambe.