Voluntary, community and faith sector (VCFS) groups in east Lancashire will have the opportunity to apply for grants to help carers in their area.
MEMBERS of Ribble Valley Youth Council have elected Adrian Daykin to represent the borough at the National United Kingdom Youth Parliament (UKYP).
NEARLY 90% of parents of four year olds in Lancashire are getting the primary school they want, despite high pupil numbers.
Gawthorpe Hall is celebrating the Easter holiday with two very different events.
Lancashire County Council's countryside rangers are waiting to welcome you to the outdoors with an exciting programme of events lined up for Easter.
PLUMBERS, electricians, builders, gardeners and handymen are among the latest companies to receive certificates for giving their customers a fair deal.
A new day service for disabled people has been opened in Skelmersdale.
A day service for people with disabilities has reopened in Nelson after a £150,000 investment by Lancashire County Council.
AN £89 million plan setting out how health and social care in Lancashire will be improved has been submitted to central government.
FRESH tarmac will begin being laid on roads in Burnley this month as part of Lancashire County Council's £2m annual programme of street maintenance for the town.