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Adoption Lancashire and Blackpool help children of all ages find loving families. This year, they are especially in need of people who could adopt very young children, with 85% of the children ready for adoption aged under 4, and almost half aged under two.
A ground-breaking service which aims to give children the Best Start in Life has been visited by Dame Andrea Leadsom, who saw first-hand the difference it is making to families' lives.
There’s no such thing as a ‘typical’ foster carer, according to a new campaign launched by Lancashire County Council.
A series of projects that aim to create hundreds of new school places in Preston will go before Lancashire County Council's cabinet this week.
Lancashire County Council has appointed Paul Turner to the role of Director of Education, Skills and Culture.
Have you considered starting 2024 by growing your family through adoption?
From 2 January, most Lancashire parents of two-year-olds will be able to apply for government-funded childcare with a local nursery, childminder or pre school starting in April 2024.
As Christmas draws closer, children, young people and families have been enjoying a host of festive fun at Family Hubs across Lancashire.
Talkzone, an anonymous talking service for children and young people across Lancashire, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this week.
Families across Lancashire are being urged to not delay and book places for children on one of the many holiday activities and food (HAF) clubs taking place over the Christmas holidays.
An advent calendar style campaign which highlights the joys of fostering is running throughout December.
Lancashire County Council's Children and Family Wellbeing Service has received national recognition for its work around trauma informed practices – the first Early Help service in England to receive this accreditation.