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Trailblazing project offers better care for older people with mental health needs
An innovative mental health care solution is being tested in some parts of Lancashire and South Cumbria to empower older people with mental health needs to regain their independent and quality of life.
Lancashire residents urged to break the silence on illegal money lending
Lancashire County Council's trading standards team is supporting a national campaign to make people aware of the dangers of loan sharks and highlight the support that is available.
Councillors to agree package of measures to support Lancashire residents
Councillors are set to sign off on the release of almost £900,000 as part of a package of measures to help households in Lancashire this autumn and winter.
Lancashire's highways team praised for low carbon commitment
Lancashire County Council has been recognised nationally for its commitment to sustainable working practices and carbon reduction in maintaining the county's highways.
New schools set to boost pupil places
Three new schools are set to be built as part of a programme to increase places for primary and secondary schoolchildren across Lancashire.
Lancashire parents encouraged to take-up funded education and childcare places for three and four-year-olds
Lancashire County Council is reminding parents about funded early education and childcare places for three and four-year-old children.
Leading UK tissue producer moves into new unit at Lancashire Business Park
Lancashire-based Accrol have increased their operational base by leasing a new logistics building, giving them more space to develop their business.
County council's new pop-up Covid-19 vaccination programme launches in Preston
Lancashire's Covid-19 autumn booster outreach campaign officially launched in Preston today.
Average speed cameras will improve safety on Lancashire's highest risk roads
A new era of safer roads in Lancashire starts this month as work begins to install average speed cameras on the county's five highest risk roads.
Fast-growing businesses praise impact of Lancashire County Council-backed scaleup support
High-growth companies from across Lancashire have commended the impact of a strategic scaleup support service which has helped them to accelerate staff and turnover growth since its introduction.
Traffic calming agreed for key Ormskirk route
A key route in Ormskirk is due to be made safer for cyclists after traffic calming measures have been agreed by Lancashire County Council's cabinet.
Finalists revealed for Lancashire Choir of the Year 2022
The wait to find the Lancashire Choir of the Year 2022 is almost over, as we can now reveal who has made it into the final six.