Lancashire County Council's health and wellbeing chief has backed a new national helpline that supports the victims of child sexual exploitation (CSE).
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Lancashire County Council's School and Residential Care Catering group has been awarded the Soil Association's prestigious Silver Food for Life Catering Mark, in recognition of the fresh and healthy meals it serves in schools and care homes.
Lancashire parents are being reminded that it isn't too early to start thinking about school travel arrangements for the next academic year.
Bolton-le-Sands Library is set to reopen following a major refurbishment to transform services for library users and the local community.
The steel crash barriers and central reservation on the M65 are to be replaced between junction 10 at Burnley and junction 14 at Colne.
A Skelmersdale primary school has scooped a prestigious national award.
Staff and pupils at Leyland St Mary's Catholic High School have welcomed the latest Ofsted monitoring report which confirms that the school is making reasonable progress as it works to come out of special measures.
The role of auxiliary military hospitals in Lancashire during World War One will be discussed in Skelmersdale Library.
Members of Lancashire County Council's Development Control Committee have voted to refuse the application by oil and gas company Cuadrilla to explore for shale gas at Preston New Road, Little Plumpton by drilling, hydraulically fracking and testing the flow of gas.