WEAVING demonstrations, traditional songs, a trail challenge and tours of the engine and boiler room are just some of the activities on offer at Queen Street Mill in Burnley to celebrate Lancashire Day on November 27.
A groundbreaking programme involving ex-service personnel who mentor in Lancashire schools has been shortlisted for a national HR award.
FORTY-FIVE young Lancastrians who have achieved the Duke of Edinburgh programme's Gold Award will receive their certificates from His Royal Highness next Wednesday.
The results of an archaeological exploration of Lancaster's Castle Hill will feature for the first time in a special exhibition held in a former wing of the prison.
TRAFFIC regulations are to be changed to try to create a better and safer environment in Lancaster's pedestrian zone for the benefit of people and trading.
Excellent communications, valuing ideas, learning and development were all praised when assessors renewed Lancashire County Council's Investors in People (IIP) accreditation.
More people across Lancashire are indulging their love of reading with free eBooks from the county council's [http://new.
Lots of exciting things will be happening in the Red Rose County to mark Lancashire Day on Thursday 27 November.
A rare bravery medal is now on permanent display at Lancaster City Museum.
Young people from the Westview Dream Scheme youth club in Fleetwood are taking action to stop speeding traffic on their estate.