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Free skills course for older drivers

Tuesday, 27th January 2015 (PR15/0032)

PLACES are available on a free course which helps older drivers to keep driving safely for longer.



Unlock Your Library

Tuesday, 27th January 2015 (PR15/0031)

Libraries across Lancashire will be celebrating National Libraries Day on Saturday 7 February.



Lancashire's services for children with autism praised

Monday, 26th January 2015 (PR15/0030)

A top-level investigation of Lancashire County Council's education services for children with autism has highly praised the authority's work.



Happy memories for lead member for schools

Monday, 26th January 2015 (PR15/0029)

Lancashire's lead member for schools relived some fond memories when she paid a visit to the primary school her own children attended.



Painter and decorator recognised for treating his customers fairly

Friday, 23rd January 2015 (PR15/0028)

A profoundly deaf man has scooped an award from Lancashire County Council's Safe Trader Scheme.



Call for foster carers

Thursday, 22nd January 2015 (PR15/0027)

People who may feel they need a change of direction or new career in the New Year are being asked to think about fostering.



Recommendations Published on Shale Gas Planning Applications

Wednesday, 21st January 2015 (PR15/0025)

Lancashire County Council has published its recommendations on the applications by oil and gas company Cuadrilla to explore for shale gas at Preston New Road and Roseacre Wood, by drilling, hydraulically fracking and testing the flow of gas.



Snow expected in Lancashire tonight

Tuesday, 20th January 2015 (PR15/0024)

Lancashire County Council is advising people to be prepared for snow following a Met Office yellow warning across the north west this afternoon (Tuesday 20 January).



Extra cash for schools

Tuesday, 20th January 2015 (PR15/0021)

More than £10 million of extra cash is being invested in Lancashire schools next year.



Campaign keeps historic archive in Lancashire

Monday, 19th January 2015 (PR15/0020)

A major archive which covers the period between 1199 and 1947 will remain in Lancashire after a successful fundraising campaign.



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