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Bolton-le-Sands Village Garden Competition took place over July 3-8.
Lancashire County Council’s cabinet meets today to decide on the timetable for reopening the county’s closed libraries and plans to switch back on bus lane cameras on Fishergate in Preston.
Fashion retailer Store Twenty One which had a shop in Morecambe, has gone into liquidation, resulting in the loss of 900 jobs.
It’s the end of an era for an historic Lancaster landmark building as its final link with the furniture trade ends.
The main function room at Morecambe Football Club has a new sponsor.
Vandals sawed through a bench and trashed an allotment in Halton during a spate of crimes.
Land off Mellishaw Lane previously used by flytippers to dump fridges and household rubbish has been bought by Cox Motor Group to be developed.
A new national scheme will now make books available for people living with long-term health issues to improve their health and wellbeing through self-help reading. The books cover specific conditions including diabetes, stroke and asthma, as well as common symptoms including pain and fatigue. Under the scheme, 28 self-help books will be available in all Lancashire libraries.
Young people are being encouraged to practice safe sex this summer to help prevent unplanned pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Action Fraud is warning people once again of scammers contacting victims claiming to be from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) that trick people into paying bogus debts and taxes.
Court cases are to be heard in council buildings following the closure of Kendal’s courthouse last month.
An investigation is under way into claims that protected birds have been unjustifiably killed on land run by a renowned country estate.
Hero neighbours came to the rescue of a grandad who was watching TV unaware of a fire just feet away.
A campaign to reopen Hornby swimming pool is gathering pace.
Plans to create new workshops and classrooms and a new cafe at Lancaster Castle have been submitted to the city council.
Silverdale residents look set to vote on whether they want the county council to re-open their library, or whether it would be better run by the community.
Kirkby Lonsdale’s Visitor Information Centre has relocated to a larger building on a prime site in the centre of the town.
We chat to Hollywood actor and former Lancaster University student Andy Serkis about his role in the new film War For The Planet of the Apes – which has been released at the same time as the 30th anniversary of him appearing in the debut Dukes Williamson Park outdoor promenade play.
Police are trying to trace witnesses to an assault in Lancaster.
A Skerton West councillor has resigned from Lancaster City Council.