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Schools repair programme to be agreed

The next stage of repair and maintenance work to improve the condition of school buildings across Lancashire is set to be agreed.

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New funding to improve information sharing for families

The Department for Education (DfE) has awarded Lancashire County Council a grant to improve digital capabilities that directly affect children, young people and families in Lancashire.

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Mainstream expansion of Ribble Valley school set to be approved by cabinet

Lancashire County Council's cabinet is expected to agree plans to permanently expand St Augustine's Roman Catholic High School in Billington to meet a growing demand for places.

From left to right, Ania Kwiecnska, Agata Reliszka, Agnieszka Nowak-Hek, Slawka Kluszczynska-Stepien and Zofia Szarek

Lancashire County Council worker and friends climb Snowdon in their heels to raise money for citizens of Ukraine

A group of friends who braved the pain of climbing Snowdon in their heels have raised thousands of pounds to support humanitarian efforts in Ukraine.

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LGBT+ Adoption and Fostering Week is launched

Foster carers and adopters from Lancashire's LGBT+ community are backing a national campaign encouraging more people to consider fostering and adoption, which has launched this week.

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Fun day finds families for children across the region

Children from across the North West, who are waiting to be adopted, and prospective adopters came together for a day of fun to help them find families.

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New mobile hub could be music to young people's ears

Budding young musicians are set for 'a major' boost, with plans for a new mobile music hub being unveiled.

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Cabinet set to agree fee increase for Lancashire foster carers

Lancashire County Council's cabinet is expected to approve plans to increase the level of financial support for foster carers.

County Councillor Cosima Towneley

Millions being invested in children’s mental health in Lancashire and South Cumbria

Health leaders in Lancashire and South Cumbria have been awarded an additional £10.7m investment to improve children’s mental health and emotional wellbeing.