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Lancashire County Council has re-affirmed its commitment to giving young people a voice at the decision-making table.
A turf-cutting ceremony has marked the official start of a new school-building project in Clitheroe.
Children's services in Lancashire are 'good' across the board.
Working parents in Lancashire who are eligible for Universal Credit can claim back up to 85% of their childcare costs.
Further action is expected to be taken by councillors next week to improve provision for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in Lancashire.
Parents who have not applied for a primary school place in Lancashire for their child for September 2023 have until this Sunday to make their application.
Foster carers whose lives were changed after being matched with children in Lancashire are supporting a new myth-busting campaign.
Lancashire County Council's Executive Director of Education and Children’s Services Jacqui Old has been awarded a CBE in the New Year Honours list.
Thinking of adoption and growing your family in 2023?
Children and families are enjoying a host of festive fun in Neighbourhood Centres across Lancashire, as part of the holiday activities and food (HAF) winter programme.
The Lancashire County Council PROUD Awards are back. The awards, which recognise the positive choices and achievements of children and young people who experience care in Lancashire, were last held in 2019 and will take place at Burnley Football Club from 6pm-10pm on Thursday 30 March 2023.
A consultation that seeks the views of members of the public concerning the creation of a new primary and secondary school in Preston is now live.