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A new Family Hub Information Sharing Service is being established at Lancashire County Council to help services and partners share information and deliver cohesive support to children, young people and families.
Lancashire parents encouraged to check eligibility for funded education and childcare places for two-year-olds
Lancashire County Council is encouraging parents to check their eligibility for a range of funded early education and childcare for two-year-old children.
More foster carers who can foster brothers and sisters are urgently needed.
When it comes to cricket, Freddie Flintoff has done it all! In 2005, Freddie’s career culminated in match winning performances which meant that England regained the Ashes.
Lancashire County Council has appointed Jacqui Old to the role of Executive Director of Education and Children’s Services.
Increased allowances to ensure the county council can recruit skilled and experienced fostering and adoption panel members are set to be introduced.
Councillors are expected to approve plans to permanently raise the age range at Brunshaw Primary School in Burnley due to low and reducing numbers of children applying to its nursery.
An adoption campaign to find parents for children in Lancashire and Blackpool who face the greatest delays in finding a permanent home has launched today (Wednesday 29 June).
Lancashire County Council has allocated £1.4m in funding to implement a Family Hub network alongside families, charitable, faith, voluntary and statutory service partners across the county.
Lancashire Healthy Young People and Families Service's dedicated Looked After Children Team has received special recognition for going the extra mile to support children during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The countdown to the Queen's Platinum Jubilee is now on and people are gearing up to mark the special weekend.
From 16 May, Lancashire County Council is celebrating Neighbourhood Week, a chance to welcome communities back to its neighbourhood centres.