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Plans to increase accessibility at Accrington Railway Station to take a step forward

Funding for a new footbridge facility with lifts, which will cost just under £5m, has been approved in principle from the £50m East Lancashire Levelling Up project.

An image of County Hall in Preston city centre

Council's 'Adult Social Care Winter Plan' set to be discussed

A range of support and help for older and vulnerable people this winter is set to be considered by Lancashire County Council.

Officers discovered a number of illegal vapes

Illegal sales crackdown ahead of Bonfire Night

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.

Councillor Peter Buckley with service manager Liam Hartley and area service lead Isabel Mactague-2

Men urged to access domestic abuse support

A man being supported at the first male refuge in Lancashire has spoken out to encourage others to come forward to access support.

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Charging blueprints for adults in care homes and community care set to be discussed

Proposals to change charging policies for residential care and nursing homes and services like home care and day care centres are set to be considered.

Teacher pointing at board in a primary school class.

School admissions proposals to address disadvantages faced by children of armed forces families

Proposed changes to the admission criteria for community and voluntary controlled schools, to give priority to armed forces families and to help with staff retention, are set to be discussed by councillors this week.

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Theatre performance delivers powerful road safety message to secondary school starters

Lancashire County Council has been using the power of theatre to help Year 7 students stay safe on the roads as they start secondary school and begin travelling independently for the first time.

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Apply for your secondary school place now as Hallowe'en deadline looms

Don't get the shock of your life this Hallowe'en and remember that applications for secondary school places in Lancashire need to be in by Tuesday 31 October.

The Burnley players on the Burnley FC. Parade bus, Manchester Road, Burnley arrive home to a resounding welcome from fans after narrowly losing the F.A. Cup Final to Charlton Athletic in April 1947. The old fire station can be spotted in the middle on the right.

Major Burnley FC archives project in the pipeline – and could you get involved?

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.

Burnley Library

Warm spaces funding to be agreed to protect the most vulnerable this winter

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.

Rupert Swarbrick portrait

Lancashire welcomes new funding for buses

Lancashire County Council has welcomed today's announcement that the county will receive an extra £7.02m funding next year to improve bus services.

Cllr Scott Smith

Tramway benefit extended during illuminations for Wyre NoWcard holders

Wyre residents who have a NoWcard concessionary travel pass can now use it on the Blackpool to Fleetwood tramway while the Blackpool illuminations are on.