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Image of Join the Sport Relief mile on Sunday March 20 - Click here to view this item

Lancaster City Council is encouraging local residents to take part in Lancaster and Morecambe’s Sport Relief Mile when it comes to Salt Ayre Sports Centre next week.


Image of A voter at the ballot box - Click here to view this item

Lancaster City Council is encouraging local residents who have not yet registered to vote to make sure they’re on the electoral register in time for May’s Police and Crime Commissioner elections and the EU referendum in June.


Image of Lancaster City Council's new website will be launched the week beginning 14th March - Click here to view this item

In the next week or so you can expect to see some big changes taking place on our website.


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Lancaster City Council is giving all dog owners a final opportunity to avoid breaking the law with a free microchipping session in Heysham later this month.


Some big changes to the way Lancaster City Council delivers its services - along with higher charges - have been approved as the authority looks to weather the storm imposed by unrelenting government cuts.


Budget cuts by Lancashire County council will have a huge effect on services in the Lancaster district, city councillors heard last Tuesday (February 16).


Image of Food waste caddies no longer required - Click here to view this item

Food waste in the Lancaster district can no longer be collected and taken away for recycling following a decision made by Lancashire County Council to change the way that garden waste is composted.


Lancaster City Council is encouraging local residents and community groups to get together and clean up the district to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday.


Lancaster City Council has confirmed it will participate in the government’s Syrian refugee resettlement programme.


Businesses in flood affected areas are being encouraged to add themselves to a Government sponsored online visitor information map to show they are open for business.


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