Latest News from Lancaster City Council
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WORK to remove the bandstand on Ryelands Park will begin on Thursday June 1. The bandstand, which has been a feature on the park since the 1960s but not used for its true pur..
Lancaster’s Ashton Memorial will be joining other iconic landmarks around the world tonight (24 May) in lighting up in red, white and blue to pay tribute to the innocent victims of the Manchester attack.
Two of Morecambe’s beaches have scooped a top award that places them among the best in the UK.
The Union Flag is flying at half-mast from Lancaster and Morecambe town halls as a mark of respect to all those affected by yesterday’s events in Manchester.
The Lancaster District has renewed its commitment to supporting Fairtrade. The Lancaster district was the first Fairtrade District in the world, following an application by the city cou..
Make the most of the district’s retail, leisure and tourism attractions and save money at the same time – by picking up a Visit Card.
The candidates for next month's General Election have been revealed.
Williamson Park in Lancaster will host four outdoor theatre productions this summer in its very own natural amphitheatre, The Dell.
Time is running out for anyone who has not yet registered to vote if they want to make their mark in the General Election.
A group of city council bin men will be doing the rounds in the boxing ring later this month to raise funds to improve the life of a young disabled girl called Rosie.
Lancaster City Council is reminding people who have registered to vote by post to check that they’ve received their voting papers.
Lancaster City Council is reminding dog owners that annual restrictions on Morecambe’s bathing beaches will come into force on Monday May 1.
Children will be having a splashing great time in Morecambe’s Happy Mount Park this summer.
Lancaster City Council is urging residents to support their local markets during Love your Local Markets Fortnight, a national celebration of our UK market culture that takes place in May each year.
Lancaster's Williamson Park will be celebrating the re-opening of its butterfly house next weekend and has a host of new residents ready to greet you.
Lancaster City Council has launched this year’s seasonal programme of free brass band concerts in Happy Mount Park.
A hit squad of city council workers is taking to the streets to tackle the perennial issue of weeds.
Time is running out for anyone who has not yet registered to vote if they want to make their mark in this year’s Lancashire County Council elections.
In response to the recent events in London, the Right Worshipful the Mayor of the city of Lancaster, Coun Robert Redfern, said: “Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected by yesterday’s horrific attack and their families.
Final touches to the first phase of a multi-million pound project to replace Morecambe’s wave reflection wall is due to start on Tuesday April 18.