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  • Navigation exhibition opens at the Lancaster Maritime Museum

    Do you really know what a ship’s log is? How do you find your way across 63million square miles of ocean? A new exhibition at the Lancaster Maritime Museum will answer these and many other questions about how vessels get from A to B, when all the crew can see is sky and water.

  • GP practices in Morecambe Bay launch patient advice video

    GPs and practice staff in Morecambe Bay have launched a video to address some of the pressures they are currently facing. The video, which was produced by Morecambe Bay CCG, offers helpful tips and advice to patients and members of the public on ways they can help ease the situation.

  • Children and families benefit from new waiting area in A&E at RLI

    Children who need to attend the Accident and Emergency Department at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary (RLI) now have an attractive new waiting area designed to improve their care, safety and experience while in hospital.

  • Community Centre has Reason to Celebrate

    Barton Road Communuity Centre in Lancaster now has two good reasons to celebrate – it is welcoming groups back through the doors after 18 months and it has collected more than 1,000 crates of food for Morecambe Bay Foodbank during the pandemic

  • Lancaster’s historic Charter Market returns home

    Lancaster’s Charter Market is set to return to its historic home in Market Square in time for Christmas. The twice weekly traditional street market, which is managed by Lancaster City Council, was relocated to Dalton Square in June last year to help keep shoppers, traders and market staff safe post-lockdown by allowing more space for social distancing.

  • Two jailed after fatal motorbike collision

    Two men have been jailed after a motorcyclist died following a collision in Cockerham in 2018.

  • Art helps community to face its past

    An artistic way of facing Lancaster’s slave trade past has begun with a series of free community workshops.

  • Health leaders reassure communities that services are still open

    Health and care leaders in Morecambe Bay spoke out today to reassure communities that despite the current high demand on health and social care, services continue to pull together as a partnership to deliver great local care.

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