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Last call for entries to Lancashire's Choir of the Year 2022 competition
Singing groups have until 31 July to be in with a chance of gracing the stage of the Charter Theatre as they compete to be crowned Lancashire's Choir of the Year.
Lancashire County Council's new scaleup programme to create powerful support network as fast-growing firms sign up
26 of Lancashire’s fastest growing companies have signed up for a new fully-funded scaleup programme designed to help them learn from each other, create a powerful new support network and further accelerate their growth.
Arts Lancashire announces new County Council funding to support independent arts sector
Arts Lancashire has secured County Council investment to help it expand and build upon its remit to support Lancashire's independent arts sector.
Head of business growth to take on day to day running of Lancashire Enterprise Partnership
The head of Boost, Lancashire's business growth hub, is to take over the day-to-day running of the Lancashire Enterprise Partnership (LEP) following the departure of the chief executive.
Parents and guardians urged to make sure children are up to date with MMR vaccines
Parents and guardians across Lancashire are being reminded to ensure their children are up to date with their measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine ahead of the new school year.
Achievements of young people with autism and learning disabilities celebrated at DFN Project Search graduation day
The achievements of six young people with autism and learning disabilities have been celebrated during a special graduation day.
Clitheroe Castle Museum to celebrate Festival of Archaeology 2022 with day of free activities
Clitheroe Castle will dig deep into its past this month to celebrate the Festival of Archaeology.
New direction to be taken for Skelmersdale transport plans
Lancashire County Council will continue to push for transport improvements in Skelmersdale, despite rail proposals to the government not moving to the next stage.
Burnley groups benefit from Stocks Massey bequest
A schools’ mental wellbeing project, an orchestra, theatre and a choir are among some of the community groups in Burnley to benefit from over £40,000 of funding.
Chorley cake business rises to the challenge with a little help from Boost's Growth Mentoring programme
A Chorley cake manufacturer has grown turnover by a half and significantly increased its output by moving to a new facility following mentoring advice from Boost; Lancashire’s Business Growth Hub.
Lancashire County Council welcomes new Executive Director of Education and Children’s Services
Lancashire County Council has appointed Jacqui Old to the role of Executive Director of Education and Children’s Services.
£1m funding boost for Accrington town centre plans
Exciting proposals to transform Accrington town centre take a step forward.