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Trading Standards sniffer dog operation March 2022

Sniffer dogs discover scam tobacco in Preston and Chorley

Dozens of packs of suspected illegal tobacco have been rooted out by sniffer dogs as part of the latest trading standards crackdown.

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Enjoy more of Lancashire's museums for less with annual family and friends Xplorer pass

As museums get set to open their doors to the public, Lancashire County Council is inviting visitors to enjoy them for less with its annual family and friends and pass.

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Play your part in a new plan to drive forward walking and cycling in Lancashire

People are being urged to have their say about an ambitious new plan to get far more people walking and cycling for everyday journeys.

Lancashire County Councillor Aidy Riggott, cabinet member for economic development and growth joined Rossendale Borough Council representatives and members of the business community for the official opening of Rawtenstall Town Square for the

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Improvements to Rawtenstall Town Square have this week been completed and open to the public once again.

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New vision set out for Preston's Railway Station Quarter

An ambitious draft framework has been announced which will guide the regeneration and redevelopment of the area around the railway station in Preston city centre.

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Preston shop fined for underage e-cigarette sales

The owner of a shop in Preston has been fined after the premises failed two underage test purchases carried out by Lancashire County Council's trading standards team.

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Residents urged to 'look out for Lancashire' as Covid infection rates surge

Residents are being urged to 'look out for Lancashire' as the county continues its recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, amid rising infection rates of Covid-19.

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Site visit to check on the progress of Preston city centre improvements

The main partners of a £14.7m scheme to regenerate Preston city centre in line with other modern cities visited the site this week to see how work is progressing.


Lancashire marks Social Care Day of Remembrance and Reflection

A memorial tree is to be planted at County Hall, Preston this week to mark the Social Care Day of Remembrance and Reflection.

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Community Renewal projects on track to making a more productive and sustainable Lancashire

Work is well underway on nine projects that will each play their part in helping to 'level up' Lancashire, support recovery from Covid and kickstart progress towards a net zero carbon economy.

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Lancashire's leaders stand in solidarity with Ukraine

Statement on behalf of Lancashire's council leaders