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New design for Ringway Preston

Next Phase of Transforming Friargate North and Ringway to Begin

Lancashire County Council is asking people travelling through Preston city centre to allow extra time for their journeys as the transformation of Friargate North and Ring Way enters a new phase next week.

County Hall Preston

Recommendation to increase Council Tax to be put to councillors

A recommendation to increase Council Tax in Lancashire by 3.99% is to be put to councillors at a meeting later this month.

The interior of Helmshore Mills Textile Museum

Fees lowered for more accessible libraries and museums

Lower fees and charges are set to make Lancashire's museums and libraries more easily accessible for families, care leavers and people with disabilities.

Adoption campaign #SearchIsOn-3

The #SearchIsOn for adoptive parents

The search is on to find adoptive parents who can provide loving forever homes for youngsters in Lancashire and Blackpool.

Dr Sakthi Karunanithi, Director of Public Health, Lancashire County Council

Public Health annual report revealed

The health and wellbeing of Lancashire's residents have been revealed in a new report.

Queen Street Mill

Cabinet to consider fresh vision for libraries and museums

New plans to ensure Lancashire's libraries and museums maintain their central role in the cultural life of the county are to be considered by councillors.

County Councillors Jayne Rear and Michael Green with ventilation equipment for schools-2

Schools to receive new ventilation equipment thanks to £150k county council investment

Air cleaning units are being deployed to schools in Lancashire after the county council stepped in to ease the pressure caused by the large number of Omicron cases.

Holding hands in PPE

Lancashire's care provider fees to increase

The amounts Lancashire County Council pays organisations that deliver its adult social care services are set to be increased.

County Councillor Charlie Edwards

Tech to catch drivers who run red lights proposed for two junctions

A report to Lancashire County Council's cabinet reveals that new technology to catch drivers who run red lights is being considered for two sites in Ormskirk.

Stephen Young

Executive Director set to leave council

One of Lancashire County Council's most senior officers is set to leave the authority to become Chief Executive of a North West-based council.

County Councillor Michael Green

Revamp to committee focused on improving people's health

Lancashire's revamped Health and Wellbeing Board met this week to resume its mission to improve health outcomes for residents.

Interior Judges' Lodgings Museum Lancaster

Judges’ Lodgings museum to chronicle Lancaster's slavery past thanks to £55k grants

Judges’ Lodgings museum has secured £55,000 to fund a new project that will explore the story of Lancaster's famous furniture making firm of Gillows and the city's troubled history with slavery.