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A Lancaster teenager has petitioned Britain’s Transport Secretary to shame a train company for its inadequate disabled facilities.
A new dance class for those with Parkinson’s disease starts next week in Lancaster.
Armed Forces day events in the Lancaster and Morecambe area start on Monday, June 25 when Armed Forces Day flags will be raised.
Blackpool Zoo along with catering companies Abbey Catering and Tasty Bites recently came together to support Nest, Lancashire’s victim support services for children and young people.
A team of ladies who do dragon boat paddling following breast cancer surgery and treatment will be attending a festival in Italy in July.
A support worker is holding charity events this year to raise money for Young Addaction Lancashire and Lancashire MIND.
Pupils at Balmoral County Secondary School, which became Heysham High and then more recently Bay Leadership Academy.
A schoolboy has been helping to promote Morecambe Amateur’s next show by painting pebbles to advertise it.
Morecambe Town Council now has funding available towards festivals and events .
A couple had to stump up £175 for a parking fine for going 11 minutes over the allotted ticket time in the Winter Gardens car park in Morecambe.
Sue Thompson was the driving force behind setting up a friends group for Morecambe’s Midland hotel in 1998.
Bids to get drugs into Lancaster Farms have been cut thanks to a higher level of security and searches, an independent report has found.
Great Exhibition of the North: Everything you need to know about this summer’s cultural extravaganza
From June 22- September 9 the Great Exhibition of the North will showcase a multitude of art, culture, design and innovation, showing the best of what the North of England has to offer.
A riverside festival featuring live music, street food and craft ale returns to Halton in the Lune Valley this weekend.
Final preparations are now underway for the launch of the Great Exhibition of the North.
The owners of Heysham Port are predicting an economic boost and new jobs for the area if and when the UK leaves the EU.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a car was seen being driven erratically before crashing in Lancaster.
The Alpaca from Peru may well be known as pack animals and their fleece highly valued for its silkiness but they make great pets too and animal lovers are taking advantage of getting up close and personal with these lovable, sensitive and intelligent creatures
A Lancaster man who had been deported to Ethiopia is to be returned to the UK after a court heard the Home Office acted illegally.
Police and a mountain rescue team helped a lost fell runner find his way off Clougha Fell in the dark on Monday night.