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£8 million investment planned as council seeks views on budget

Residents in South Ribble are being asked for their views on the council's budget plans

Tree giveaway success continues to grow

Over 7600 free trees have been given to residents at popular tree giveaway events this month.

Council offering FREE double-glazed windows and doors to eligible residents this winter

South Ribble Borough Council is once again providing its Winter Warmth scheme for eligible homeowners to access free double-glazing and doors as replacements for single-glazed, energy inefficient timber versions.

Renovation of Vernon Carus Sports Club now underway

A £265,000 refurbishment of the Penwortham facility has begun - with work set to be completed in time for the new cricket season in April.

Council Leader commits to joining network to deliver climate action

The Leader of South Ribble Borough Council has formalised the partnership between South Ribble Council and UK100 by signing the Membership Pledge, joining a network of ambitious local government leaders promising to deliver strong climate action.

South Ribble Primary schools take delivery of free trees

As part of the Queen's Green Canopy initiative, primary schools in South Ribble have received around 4500 free trees through South Ribble Borough Council.

Moss Side Community Centre to get new lease of life

Council confirms continued management and investment which will see a raft of new improvements

Exciting news as star line-up revealed for brand new Music In The Park event

Tune in to the 80s for a great line-up including chart-toppers Tony Hadley, Heaven 17, T'Pau, Go West and a DJ set from 80s icon Pat Sharp - all in the fabulous setting of Worden Park, Leyland on Friday 3 June 2022.

South Ribble schools' girls squad looking smart thanks to new kit from Council

On the eve of their first ever season, the borough's Under 15s girls schools team were presented with brand new kits by Deputy Leader Mick Titherington as part of the Council's commitment to growing girls' football.

Weather pushes festive fun to next weekend

Organisers of this year's Leyland Christmas Festival have postponed the event until next weekend due to the weather warnings in place across the region.

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