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Lancashire Country Council's Trading Standards team have joined forces with Lancashire Constabulary to crack down on illegal sales by retailers, including fireworks, in the run-up to Bonfire Night on Sunday, November 5.
A man being supported at the first male refuge in Lancashire has spoken out to encourage others to come forward to access support.
A rare glimpse back into the past of one of the country's oldest professional football clubs is set to be unveiled as part of a major heritage project.
Councillors are set to agree a revitalised package of measures to support residents this winter, which will see a return of warm hubs across Lancashire.
An exhibition at Judges' Lodgings Museum that explores an often-overlooked period of Lancaster's Black history has been nominated for a national award.
Families with young children are being urged to begin brushing their teeth with a fluoride toothpaste, twice a day, from as early as possible as part of a new campaign.
Local residents and visitors to Lancashire can visit two of our heritage museums for free until Sunday 29 October 2023 as part of the British Textile Biennial 2023.
School children from a Preston school were given a special tour from the artist behind a poignant exhibition at Judges' Lodgings Museum as part of Black History Month.
People now have the chance to vote for their favourite choir as part of this year's Lancashire Choir of the Year.
A five year scheme to improve the health and wellbeing of youngsters in Lancashire is set to be approved later today, at the next Lancashire County Council meeting this afternoon (October 5).
Six talented choirs have reached the prestigious finals of Lancashire Choir of the Year 2023.
Your skills could make you the perfect foster carer. That’s the message behind the powerful new fostering film, ‘Any of Us’ which will be launched on Tuesday, 26 September.