Gawthorpe Hall will celebrate the talents of northern authors next month.
Preparations to reopen Lytham Library are progressing well.
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Lancashire County Council's Shared Lives Service has once again been rated as 'outstanding' by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Lancashire County Council has agreed plans to spend £1.
Ribble Valley Short Breaks Service has been rated as 'good' by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Road schemes across the county worth £4:6 million, which aim to reduce congestion, have been agreed by Lancashire County Council's Cabinet.
New parking bays will be created near Broughton Crossroads, as part of the ongoing improvement work in the village.
Lancashire County Council wants to improve its recruitment from the armed forces community and encourage the use of their skills and experience to meet skills gaps.
At its meeting today (Thursday 13 June) Lancashire County Council's cabinet has agreed new fees to care providers who provide sleep-in support services.
Lancashire County Council's cabinet has agreed to discontinue most of the Lancashire Wellbeing Service, but to continue to provide a Deaf Wellbeing Worker post at its meeting today (Thursday 13 June).
Lancashire County Council's cabinet has agreed changes to Health Improvement Services at its meeting today (Thursday 13 June).
Lancashire County Council's cabinet has approved changes to the authority's Integrated Home Improvement Service at its meeting today.
An event is being held in Burnley offering help and advice to people who want to keep driving safely into old age.
New figures have shown positive steps have been made to address a funding gap which has been forecast at Lancashire County Council.
Log piles have been created near to the new Penwortham Bypass to encourage wildlife.
A key bus service which links Preston, Clitheroe and Skipton has been saved.
Lancashire County Council's latest campaign to recruit carers to foster a local child and change their life will launch this month.
Do you think you could join the hundreds of foster carers already discovering the rewards of sharing their lives with children who need a home? Over the next few weeks, foster carers and staff from Lancashire County Council's fostering service will be attending some of the events below.
Lancashire children are being challenged to keep reading and take on a number of fun tasks over the summer.