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No Smoking Day

Make No Smoking Day 2023 the day you quit for good

Lancashire’s specialist stop smoking service, Quit Squad, is encouraging smokers across the county to begin their journey to a smokefree life on No Smoking Day, Wednesday 8th March

South Lancaster proposed road alignment March 2023

Share your views on transport proposals in South Lancaster

People are asked for the views on proposals for a new road scheme in South Lancaster to help to develop the plans.


Tech tweaks make it easier than ever to report highways issues

Lancashire County Council has made it easier than ever to report problems such as potholes, faulty streetlights and traffic lights, with the council's Report It website now fully integrated with the Love Clean Streets mobile app and website.


Cabinet agrees to invest over £30m in county's highways

Lancashire County Council's cabinet has agreed to invest over £30m in maintaining roads, pavements, bridges, streetlights and other vital infrastructure over the next year, while using greener methods to save hundreds of tonnes of CO2.

A view of the outside of the proposed cricket pavilion, with one of the pitches on the right hand side and spectators watching the match.

Exciting plans approved for new cricket facilities in Lancashire

A planning application for a new high-quality sports facility in the heart of the county has been approved in principle by councillors - subject to any call-in from the Secretary of State.


Cycle lane and changes to parking proposed in Lytham St Annes

Lancashire Council is proposing some changes to traffic and parking in a busy area of Lytham St Annes to improve safety and convenience for cyclists.

Preston Community Centre

Apply now to the Lancashire warm spaces grant scheme before Friday deadline

Community groups offering warm spaces in Lancashire are being urged to apply for funding to support their offer before the deadline for applications on Friday, March 3.

Secondary school boy. School admissions for 2023.

Thousands of youngsters get their first choice school

Almost nine in ten pupils will attend their first-choice secondary school in September as allocations have now been processed.

County Hall-5

Support for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities set to be improved

Proposals to improve support for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) will be considered by councillors later this week.

Cllr Sue Whittam-2

Campaign to raise awareness of suicide in young people is commended

The work of a group of dads who raise awareness of suicide in young people has been commended by Lancashire County Council.

Members of Lancashire County Council's Homes for Ukraine team

Hundreds of refugees welcomed one year after conflict in support of 'inspirational' Ukraine fight

As the world marks the first anniversary of Russian forces invading Ukraine, the leader of Lancashire County Council has spoken of her pride in the welcome the county has given people fleeing the conflict.


Lancashire Walks to School Day will mark coronation

Pupils and teachers will be invited to take part in a new Lancashire Walks to School Day in May to promote the benefits of walking over getting dropped off in the car, and celebrate the coronation of King Charles.