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Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II - 1926 - 2022

It is with great sorrow that South Ribble Borough Council has today learned of the death of Her Majesty The Queen.

Woodland Walk officially opened in memory of Sue Taylor-Green

The Woodland Walk in Leyland was officially opened today (26 August) in memory of one of the founders and chair of the Ulnes Walton Bridleways Association, Sue Taylor Green.

Music in the Park to return in 2023

Festival goers in Lancashire will be able to start practicing their 80s and 90s dance moves after we announced the popular Music in the Park event will return for 2023.

Half a million pounds to distributed to local community projects across South Ribble

South Ribble Borough Council has awarded an incredible £500,000 to be distributed to 21 local community groups and projects - right across the borough.

New changing room facility unveiled at Gregson Lane Community centre

A new changing room facility has been installed at Gregson Lane Community Centre and will serve the Gregson Lane Cricket Club and can also be used as a multi-use space for a vast array of community activities off-season.

More detail about multi-million pound investment into the Borough's leisure centres revealed

Improvement plans for each of the centres which will see a raft of decarbonisation measures - making the buildings more energy efficient - and will give them a raft of long-needed upgrades.

Help Wayne Hemingway MBE create an exciting plan for Penwortham!

South Ribble Borough Council has enlisted the renowned designer to develop a new vision for the Liverpool Road, Kingsfold and Middleforth commercial areas - and we want local residents and business owners to have their say.

Fair Collection Charter implemented in South Ribble

Supporting residents and businesses through challenging financial times

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.

Work begins on 15 affordable new homes at the former McKenzie Arms site in Bamber Bridge

The site will house 15 affordable new homes - the first council owned properties developed by South Ribble Borough Council in 25 years.

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