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We're celebrating Care Leavers' Week

Lancashire to celebrate young people leaving care during National Care Leavers' Week

Care leavers in Lancashire and those who work alongside them will be celebrating Care Leavers' Week from 24-28 October.

From left, Cllr Shaun Turner Cllr Aidy Riggott

Community Renewal Fund projects now starting to deliver for Lancashire

The transformation of a neglected Grade II Listed building in Bacup is now complete, thanks in part to a Government fund that aims to help areas across the UK unleash their potential.

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Lancashire social worker shortlisted for top national award

A social worker from Lancashire County Council has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award.

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Take a trip to Clitheroe Castle Museum this October half-term... if you dare

Ghouls, ghosts and wicked witches are being called to Clitheroe Castle Museum for some terrifying tales this October half-term.

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Forest of Bowland hosts MP peatland visit

Lancashire has secured £1.4m investment to restore peatlands, as part of the UK's efforts to tackle climate change.

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See what support is available in Lancashire on new Cost of Living information hub

A new go to point for residents to see what support is available to help with the rising cost of living has been launched by Lancashire County Council.

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Female scaleup support service begins in response to county-council report on barriers to women in business

Female business owners and decision makers from 14 leading businesses in Lancashire have joined forces to take part in a six-month, county council-backed support programme to help prepare their organisations for rapid growth.

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Lancashire Choir of the Year 2022: Voting now open for People's Choice Award

Voting for the People's Choice Award category of Lancashire Choir of the Year 2022 has now opened.

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National Adoption Week explores memories and identity of adopted people

Monday 17 October marks the launch of National Adoption Week 2022, which this year focuses on the theme of identity.

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Council vows to support Lancashire schools' push for Electric Vehicle charger points

Lancashire County Council has agreed a series of actions to support schools in their efforts to help achieve the national target of 300,000 public Electric Vehicle charger units by 2030.

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Plans for ambitious Investment Zone in Lancashire proposed

Lancashire has submitted a bold bid to central government for a new investment zone which has the potential to generate tens of thousands of jobs adding billions of pounds to the value of the economy.

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Council extends condolences to the Royal Family following the passing of HM Queen Elizabeth II

County councillors have extended their deepest sympathies to His Majesty King Charles III and the royal family following the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.