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Neighbourhood Week

Lancashire welcomes families back to its neighbourhood centres to mark a special week

From 16 May, Lancashire County Council is celebrating Neighbourhood Week, a chance to welcome communities back to its neighbourhood centres.

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Cabinet approves Parish and Town Council Charter to strengthen working relationships with Lancashire councils

Councillors have approved a key document that sets out how Lancashire County Council and more than 200 Parish and Town Councils will work better together.

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Lancashire mapping system has been given a big upgrade

Lancashire County Council's Mapping and Related Information Online (MARIO) system has undergone extensive upgrades and has now been relaunched.

County Hall lights up in solidarity with Ukraine

Lancashire rallies round to support households taking part in Homes for Ukraine scheme

Ukrainian nationals are starting to settle into life in Lancashire following a massive collective effort from the county.

Sword demonstration

Young Knights invited to Clitheroe Castle to celebrate St George's Day

A special programme of events is being held at Clitheroe Castle this month to mark St George's Day.

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Easter fun at the Judges' Lodgings in Lancaster as annual egg hunt trail begins

Lancaster's oldest town house will host a special Easter egg hunt trail this week.

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National Trust joins forces with Lancashire County Council to offer half-price entry for its members to iconic mill museums

The National Trust and Lancashire County Council have announced plans to welcome new visitors to two iconic Lancashire mill museums this summer, starting with an offer for National Trust members.


'Behind every archive is a different story' – a final message from Chief Archivist Jacquie Crosby

After more than 30 years at Lancashire County Council, Chief Archivist Jacquie Crosby has retired.

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Enjoy more of Lancashire's museums for less with annual family and friends Xplorer pass

As museums get set to open their doors to the public, Lancashire County Council is inviting visitors to enjoy them for less with its annual family and friends and pass.

Young people in a brass band

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.

Clitheroe Castle Museum has a new addition

Families invited to join the half-term fun at Clitheroe Castle Museum

Clitheroe Castle Museum is calling all dino hunters to come and take part in some roar-some activities over the half-term holidays.

Pupils of Loyne Specialist School with placards created at a workshop

Judges' Lodgings museum awarded further £15k for 'Facing the Past' project

A collaborative project that will see some of Lancaster's 'runaway slaves' memorialised in Judges' Lodgings museum has been awarded £15,000 to support school workshops, teacher training and a young people's exhibition.