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The search is on to find Lancashire's top choral singing talent as part of an exciting new competition, which launched today (Wednesday 18 May).
From 16 May, Lancashire County Council is celebrating Neighbourhood Week, a chance to welcome communities back to its neighbourhood centres.
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.
Lancashire County Council's Mapping and Related Information Online (MARIO) system has undergone extensive upgrades and has now been relaunched.
Ukrainian nationals are starting to settle into life in Lancashire following a massive collective effort from the county.
A special programme of events is being held at Clitheroe Castle this month to mark St George's Day.
Lancaster's oldest town house will host a special Easter egg hunt trail this week.
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.
After more than 30 years at Lancashire County Council, Chief Archivist Jacquie Crosby has retired.
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.
Budding young musicians are set for 'a major' boost, with plans for a new mobile music hub being unveiled.
Clitheroe Castle Museum is calling all dino hunters to come and take part in some roar-some activities over the half-term holidays.