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'Behind every archive is a different story' – a final message from Chief Archivist Jacquie Crosby
After more than 30 years at Lancashire County Council, Chief Archivist Jacquie Crosby has retired.
Plans announced for key employment site in Central Lancashire
Development proposals have been announced for a major site in Central Lancashire, with a focus on high-quality employment uses and the potential to create around 2,000 jobs.
Cabinet to consider further £10m package of highway improvements
Lancashire County Council has revealed plans for a further £10m-plus package of improvements to highways over the next year, taking the total investment to more than £30m.
Riders take in the sights during guided bike ride to mark revised Pennine Cycleway Map
Connecting East Lancashire, in partnership with Pendle Borough Council and Community Rail Lancashire, organised a guided bike ride to celebrate the revised Pennine Cycleway Map.
Schools repair programme to be agreed
The next stage of repair and maintenance work to improve the condition of school buildings across Lancashire is set to be agreed.
Vaccination bus delivers 1,000th dose to boost Lancashire's protection against Covid-19
Residents have been thanked for coming forward after Lancashire County Council's mobile Covid-19 vaccination service delivered its one thousand dose, strengthening the wall of defence around the county.
New funding to improve information sharing for families
The Department for Education (DfE) has awarded Lancashire County Council a grant to improve digital capabilities that directly affect children, young people and families in Lancashire.
Highways service launches plan to cut CO2 emissions
Lancashire County Council has revealed new plans to save thousands of tonnes of carbon by revolutionising the way it maintains our roads.
Mainstream expansion of Ribble Valley school set to be approved by cabinet
Lancashire County Council's cabinet is expected to agree plans to permanently expand St Augustine's Roman Catholic High School in Billington to meet a growing demand for places.
Councillors to consider cycling and pedestrian safety proposals for Ormskirk
Proposed improvements to cycling and pedestrian facilities in Ormskirk are to be considered by Lancashire County Council's cabinet.
Accessibility improvements at Burnley Manchester Road railway station on track
Plans to deliver much-needed accessibility improvements at Burnley Manchester Road railway station are expected to be taken forward by Lancashire County Council's cabinet.