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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.
Lancashire County Council has published a new Education Strategy for 2022-2025.
The benefits of becoming a foster carer and the support available to help change children's lives are being highlighted by Lancashire County Council as part of a national campaign.
Adoption Lancashire and Blackpool is appealing to the public to find a loving and permanent home for a brother and sister with a rare genetic condition.
Plans to expand Morecambe Road School in Lancaster, part of a wider strategy to improve SEN provision across Lancashire, are set to take a key step next week.
The vast majority of primary pupils in Lancashire will be going to their first preference school this September.
Lancaster's oldest town house will host a special Easter egg hunt trail this week.
A class of creative young storytellers have been crowned champions at the first Lancashire Schools' Storytelling Festival.