Latest News from Lancaster City Council
Updated: 46 min 42 sec ago
The latest addition to the multi-million pound development project at Salt Ayre Leisure Centre opened on Saturday (October 14).
A tribute to a local hero of WW1 was set in stone this week (Thursday October 12) with the unveiling of a commemorative plaque by the Deputy Mayor of Lancaster at Sparrow Park in Warton, near Carnforth.
Residents, landlords, businesses and organisations in the West End of Morecambe should be on the look-out for a survey dropping through their letterbox asking for people’s views on the introduction of a scheme which will improve the quality of rented accommodation in their area.
A new and improved state-of-the-art CCTV system is to be installed in Lancaster and Morecambe.
Lancaster City Council has agreed to issue notice to end the management agreement for Lancashire County Council to run its museums.
Wristbands are now available for people to grab some of the best spots in the district to watch the spectacular finale of this year’s popular Light Up Lancaster event.
Seven councillors have been cleared by an independent investigation of breaching the council’s code of conduct.
In January 2017 the Bailrigg area of Lancaster was chosen by the Government as the proposed location of a new..
Works to replace the roof of the City Museum in Lancaster’s Market Square are due to take place this Autumn and Winter as part of the council’s programme of works to preserve some of its oldest and finest public buildings.
Salt Ayre Leisure Centre is in the running for a prestigious national award.
Light up Lancaster is set to return this November thanks to £85K of funding from Arts Council England towards the two day magical festival of art, light and fireworks in the city.
Residents, businesses and community groups are once again being offered the opportunity to adopt a spring flower bed.
The Mayor of Lancaster, Coun Roger Mace, recently attended the launch of a new book at a special event held at the City Museum.
Local residents are being encouraged to travel one mile under their own steam as part of a county-wide health and fitness event.
The Lancaster district will be throwing open its doors again this year when local buildings of every age, style and function take part in the biggest free celebration of England's history, heritage and culture.
Lancaster City Council will be offering taster sessions in traditional stone carving at the Vintage by the Sea Festival next weekend in Morecambe (September 2).
The Platform in Morecambe is celebrating its 20th anniversary as an entertainment venue this year with the launch of its autumn and winter programme offering the very best of live entertainment.