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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.
A village primary school is saying a fond farewell to one of its long-standing members of staff this term.
Police are investigating after several coin collections were stolen during a burglary in Morecambe.
A 34-year-old woman from Caton has died following a collision close to Yealand Conyers on Tuesday (July 11).
Police are still at the scene of a fire which took place on the Vale estate yesterday evening (Monday July 10).
The Lancaster branch of Barclays Bank is due to remain closed for at least three months after a flood in the ladies toilets.
We’re just a hop, skip and a Jump Rush away from the town’s first trampoline park.
A Morecambe woman is to be honoured for her work in the community after devoting her time to helping the elderly.
Staff and pupils at a Morecambe Primary School are celebrating after scoring highly in a school inspection.
Birds of prey may be called in to tackle Morecambe’s pigeon problem.
A new regular music and tea party event bringing sunshine to hospital patients with dementia and chronic illness has been a huge success.
Morecambe FC fans have praised their manager Jim Bentley after he helped look after a fan who was taken ill at a club gala dinner.
Views are being sought on the possible introduction of new powers to help curb anti-social behaviour in Morecambe and Heysham.
A former RAF senior warrant officer from Carnforth has thanked staff at a cardiac centre where he was treated by making a donation of £500.
What is believed to be the north’s first Nativity Crib Festival is coming to a Goosnargh church this December.