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Mayor raises Ukrainian Flag

The Mayor and Mayoress of South Ribble, Councillor David Howarth and Councillor Angela Turner, attended the Civic Centre to raise the Ukrainian flag

Council seeks views on future development for the borough

Residents in South Ribble are being asked for their views on where future development should take place as a new local plan is drawn up for central Lancashire.

Avian Influenza

Advice and guidance about the on-going Avian Influenza outbreak. Find out what to do if you home birds or if you find a dead or injured bird.

Your Data and the National Fraud Initiative

We are required to protect the public funds we administer and participate in the Cabinet Office's National Fraud Initiative (NFI). Find out more

Council to in source waste contract

Waste collections in South Ribble will once again be directly operated by the local authority.

"Oh, I do like to be beside the seaside..." A tribute to Councillor Bill Evans 1959-2022

Councillor Bill Evans sadly passed away on 11 March 2022 at his home, aged 62 years. He was a much-loved Dad to Hayley and Kim and a dearly loved brother.

Energy Bills Rebate

You may have heard about the government's announcement (3 February 2022) about an energy bills rebate to help with the cost of living. This includes a £150 council tax rebate for households in bands A to D.

Worden Hall set to re-open this Summer as Council shares update on progress

The refurbished Worden Hall is on track to open this Summer as progress on site moves at pace.

Result! Progress on Council's £2.6m playing pitch hub in Bamber Bridge ramps up

The council has invested around £1.8m into the development - one of the biggest the council has made yet to transform the leisure offer in the borough.

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