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A previous peatland restoration

Green funding boost for Lancashire

New funding to help tackle climate change in Lancashire has been announced in the lead up to World Environment Day (Sunday 5 June).

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Looked After Children Team are safeguarding stars!

Lancashire Healthy Young People and Families Service's dedicated Looked After Children Team has received special recognition for going the extra mile to support children during the COVID-19 pandemic.

County Hall lights up in solidarity with Ukraine

Lancashire residents thanked for opening up their homes to the people of Ukraine

Kind-hearted residents have been thanked for opening their homes up to people fleeing the war in Ukraine, as our new arrivals settle into life in Lancashire.

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People in Whalley looking forward to improvements being finished this week

Businesses in Whalley are looking forward to seeing the full impact of the smart new high-quality paving being installed on King Street later this week.

 Alex Atkinson, head of service for Safenet; CC Alan Cullens, lead member for community and cultural services for LCC; Helene Cooper, policy, information and commissioning manager for LCC; County Councillor Peter Buckley, cabinet member for community and cultural services for LCC.

Domestic abuse services Launched

An event to showcase the domestic abuse services commissioned by Lancashire County Council has been held.

Chairman Peter Britcliffe

New Chairman looking to continue Lancashire's growth and build relationships

The new Chairman of Lancashire County Council is looking forward to continuing Lancashire's growth and improvements, as well as building relationships with its residents.

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Platinum Jubilee countdown continues

The countdown to the Queen's Platinum Jubilee is now on and people are gearing up to mark the special weekend.

Staff from Lancashire County Council's Schools & Residential Care Catering (SRCC) service carrying out a quality audit at a supplier

Local approach the order of the day for school lunches in Lancashire

More than half of the £11.5 million Lancashire County Council spends each year to provide nutritious meals for schools and care homes is used to procure food from Lancashire, new figures have revealed.

Winners of The Fantastic Book Awards and the Brilliant Book Award

Primary school children choose their favourite books for Lancashire School Library Service Book Awards 2022

A child cursed with bad luck, a 511-year-old with a dark secret and a group of friends who develop freaky powers are among the stories most loved by young readers in Lancashire.


Big Tea event to celebrate Queen's Platinum Jubilee

The Chairman of Lancashire County Council has hosted a Big Tea event as part of the celebrations to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

Jonathan Nelson and Digital Britain staff

Lancashire County Council supports Haslingden business' growth plans with £300k Rosebud loan

A Lancashire headquartered provider of technology services to SME businesses is planning a major expansion, including the creation of 25 new jobs, after receiving a £300,000 loan from Rosebud.

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West Yorkshire man fined for illegal killing of a cow

A West Yorkshire man has been ordered to pay fines and court costs of more than £5,700 after pleading guilty to illegally killing a cow on a Gisburn farm in 2019.