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South Ribble celebrates as three local parks are hailed some of the UK's best

South Ribble's long-standing reputation as a great place to live and visit has been underlined after three local parks were again officially hailed as being among the best in the country.

Broad Oak pupils join Mayor for opening of dementia-friendly wildlife garden

Newly-refurbished Coach House at Hurst Grange Park gets even better as Council officially unveils new space designed and planted with the help of local primary school children.

Youth Hub opened at Civic Centre to support young people into employment

Working in partnership with the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP), South Ribble Borough Council is providing new local centre for 16-24-year-olds to access support to help them into employment.

Bringing our democracy to you ... with the launch of Cabinet in the Community

Residents are invited to come along and make their voices heard at the first 'Cabinet in the Community' event at Bamber Bridge Methodist Church on Wednesday, 13 October.

Mayor of South Ribble welcomes talented young interns to life-changing transition to employment programme

A new life-changing transition to employment programme for young people with learning disabilities and autism has just launched in South Ribble.

A Taste of Leyland is back with fun for all the family

Visitors to Leyland town centre will be treated to a celebration of food and drink, live music and entertainment later this month as A Taste of Leyland returns.

Penwortham sports hub a step closer as Cabinet approves land transfer

'Fantastic deal' for South Ribble creates potential for top class facilities at Vernon Carus site as part of Council's Leisure Local strategy.

Tributes paid following passing of Councillor Christine Melia

Council Leader Paul Foster has led the tributes to the Elected Member for Bamber Bridge East, who sadly passed away last Thursday (9 September) following a short illness.

Council helps deliver new £8m workplace health programme

Business Health Matters, a revolutionary new initiative that will support businesses across Lancashire in improving the health and wellbeing of their employees, has been officially launched.

Leyland-born soccer sensation Liv Cooke to help Council create pitch perfect facilities

The freestyle phenomenon - in her first assignment as an ambassador to the UK's largest sports charity - will advise on the development of the new £2.6m South Ribble Playing Pitch Hub at Bamber Bridge Leisure Centre.

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