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Judges’ Lodgings Museum teams up with Kendal artist Lela Harris for Facing the Past project
Judges’ Lodgings Museum has teamed up with Kendal artist Lela Harris to create four new portraits of historic Black Lancastrians, as part of the Facing the Past project.
Entrepreneurs share £30k after impressing Lancashire Innovation Challenge judges
Three innovative entrepreneurs have secured a slice of a £30,000 prize pot after impressing judges in Lancashire County Council's Dragon's Den-inspired competition.
Business support for Lancashire women scaled up with new holistic growth programme
Female business owners and decision makers in Lancashire are being invited to apply for an impactful six-month support programme backed by Lancashire County Council, which will prepare their organisation for rapid growth.
Council welcomes support for Poulton to Fleetwood rail link
Lancashire County Council has welcomed the announcement of government funding to take forward plans to reopen the rail link between Fleetwood and Poulton-le-Fylde, following the submission of the Strategic Outline Business Case for the scheme in Summer 2021.
Lancashire's holiday activities and food programme shaping up to be the biggest and best yet
Partners across Lancashire are working closely to ensure as many children as possible can access the holiday activities and food (HAF) programme this summer.
Flying the Flag for Armed Forces Day
Lancashire County Council and other local authorities across the County will raise a special Armed Forces Day flag on Monday 20 June next.
New exhibition explores the high-flying women of Gawthorpe Hall
A new exhibition highlighting the stories of six remarkable Lancashire women has opened this week at Gawthorpe Hall in Padiham.
Rural business owner praises 'invaluable' support from Lancashire County Council
An entrepreneur with a passion for artisan food and the great outdoors has praised the wide range of support available through Lancashire County Council's Rural Recovery Fund.
New champion for disabled people
County Councillor Carole Haythornthwaite has been announced as Lancashire's new Champion for Disabled People.
Major refurbishment of White Cross Business Park buildings is underway
Work on a major refurbishment of White Cross Business Park in Lancaster has begun, with the aim of attracting more innovative businesses in the growing digital and technology sector.
Euro Energy Group vows to ‘give back’ to the local community as it eyes rapid expansion with the help of Two Zero
A fast-growing Lancashire company providing energy efficient and renewable heating systems, insulation and electric vehicle charging points intends to 'give back' to the county as it aims to double in size in the next year with support from Two Zero.
Campaign to tackle underage drinking wins national award
A campaign to spread the message that an alcohol-free childhood is safest and best has won a national award.