Nearly 97% of pupils in Lancashire will be attending one of their preferred schools or academies this September, despite a rise of more than1,000 applicants since last year.
Lancashire County Council has confirmed that it will continue to seek out good investment opportunities after the Lancashire County Pension Fund narrowly missed out in its bid to buy the UK Government's stake in Eurostar.
Young people who are being controlled or manipulated by their partner can get advice and support from a new smartphone app, stiritapp.
A special celebration event has been held at County Hall in Preston to mark Lancashire becoming a Fairtrade county.
YOUNG people are being trained to offer support to their fellow pupils and students on a range of issues that affect their health and wellbeing.
Lancashire County Council is encouraging groups from the voluntary, community and faith sector to apply for a grant to support their work.
***Issued on behalf of the Lord-Lieutenant of Lancashire*** The Queen's representative in Lancashire is urging people to nominate others for a national honour.
A REPORT setting out actions that will help create a fairer Lancashire for all communities has been published today.
Lancashire families will be able to enjoy visiting Queen Street Mill Textile Museum (QSM) in Burnley when it opens for the new season on Tuesday 3 March.
More than 600 school children from 14 Lancashire primary schools came together at a conference at the Guild Hall in Preston last Thursday (26 February) to commemorate the Jullundur Brigade, a force of British and Indian soldiers who fought and died alongside each other through some of the bloodiest battles of the First World War.