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Join in with plans to improve your streets in Morecambe

Sandylands and West End residents in Morecambe will be able to have their say once again on a new initiative to make it easier and safer to get from A to B.

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Lithium battery causes fire in truck carrying paper and cardboard for recycling

Residents are being reminded to dispose of their batteries in the correct manner after a fire broke out in a recycling vehicle due to a suspected ruptured lithium battery.

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Sign up for Lancashire Nature Recovery webinars

People can have their say on a key strategy which aims to help drive nature's recovery across Lancashire.

Cycling and walking plans

Ambitious plans aim to increase walking and cycling across the county

Councillors discussed plans to increase walking and cycling across the county at Lancashire County Council's Cabinet meeting today (Thursday, May 9).

Leader of the county council Phillippa Williamson plants a tree at the Samlesbury Enterprise Zone.

Trees planted at Samlesbury Enterprise Zone

Thousands of trees have been planted at Samlesbury Enterprise Zone, as part of landscaping and ecology work on the site.

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Lancashire's waste recycling is set to be revolutionised

Preparations are being made for a quiet revolution, which is about to take place in waste recycling in Lancashire.

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Meet Preston's bee-friendly bus shelter

Preston's first bee-friendly bus shelter will be coming into bloom as the weather warms up over the coming weeks.

Councillor Shaun Turner and Councillor Carole Haythornthwaite planted the 500th tree

Five hundred trees planted for Ash dieback transformation

A replanting scheme has seen 500 trees planted along roads in Clitheroe.

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Have your say on Lancashire's nature recovery journey

People are being asked to give their views to inform a key strategy to protect and restore habitats and species and drive nature's recovery across Lancashire.

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Potential limits on disposal of inert waste by van and trailer users at HWRCs

New limits on how much 'inert' waste can be disposed of by van and trailer users at Household Waste Recycling Centres are set to be discussed by Lancashire County Council's Cabinet.

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Households will have weekly food waste collections from early 2026

Residents across Lancashire will be given weekly food waste collections from early 2026, as part of national recycling reforms.

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Plans progress to reduce reliance on landfilling waste

County Councillors have agreed to extend a contract for managing residual household waste to give four councils in East Lancashire more time to adapt to new arrangements for processing it.