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Walking and Cycling

Work starts 5 September on new Preston CYCLOPS junction

Work is starting at Broadgate, Preston to a create an innovative new type of junction designed to make travel easier and safer for pedestrians and cyclists.

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Summer HAF programme serving healthy dose of fun for Lancashire children

Families in Lancashire still have time to book a place for their child on one of the many holiday activities and food (HAF) programmes running across the county.

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Young people in Lancashire congratulated on A-level results day

Early analysis of A-level results in Lancashire point to a strong performance from the county's students. 

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Award for Skelmersdale cycleway scheme

A ground-breaking cycleway linking the shopping centre at Skelmersdale to residential areas and West Lancs College has won a regional award.

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Thank you: Lancashire continues to play its part in helping the people of Ukraine

Residents, volunteers and the many organisations across the county have been thanked for their part in aiding the people of Ukraine, as Lancashire welcomes its 1000th arrival.

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Clitheroe Castle welcomes 'A Day of Knights'

Clitheroe Castle is delighted to welcome martial arts group, The Silver School of Arms, to accompany its special event 'A Day of Knights'.

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Lancashire Choir of the Year 2022 enters next phase as shortlisting begins

The search to find the county's finest choral talent has entered its next phase, with the shortlisting for Lancashire Choir of the Year 2022 now underway.

School admissions

Parents and guardians reminded to finalise travel arrangements for 2022-2023 school year

Parents and guardians in Lancashire are being reminded to make sure school travel arrangements are in place for the next academic year.

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Lytham man who sold thousands of counterfeit car badges ordered to repay ill-gotten gains

A Lytham man who raked in hundreds of thousands of pounds selling counterfeit car badges has been ordered to repay his ill-gotten gains, following an investigation led by Lancashire County Council's trading standards officers. 


Students anxiously waiting for exam results urged to seek support from Talkzone

In the first year of traditional GCSE, AS and A level exams since 2019, students in Lancashire who are waiting for their results are being reminded that help, support and advice is easily available.

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Top marks for social care service that goes 'above and beyond'

A vital service providing care to more than 1,000 adults across Lancashire has been praised for going 'above and beyond' to give excellent service to its customers.

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Louise Taylor appointed as one of four new directors of health and care integration for Lancashire and South Cumbria

Health and care integration in Lancashire and South Cumbria has taken a step forward with the appointment of four new directors, including Louise Taylor from Lancashire County Council.