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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.

Mayor cuts ribbon on newly-restored Coach House at Hurst Grange Park

The Mayor of South Ribble, Cllr Jane Bell, has cut the ribbon on the refurbished Hurst Grange Park Coach House, which has been dramatically transformed from a rundown relic into an attractive visitor centre and events space.

Partners announced for Leyland's Town Deal scheme

Contracts have now been awarded for Leyland's Town Deal, allowing work to begin on all three of the main projects - Town Centre improvements, Leyland Market regeneration and the BASE2 business hub.

Council retains prestigious Silver Award from Ministry of Defence

South Ribble Borough Council's unwavering commitment to the local Armed Forces community has been underlined by the Ministry of Defence - with the Council retaining the prestigious Silver Award in the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS).

A Jubilee party fit for a Queen!

People across South Ribble will be able to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in style after the council agreed funding for a spectacular weekend of entertainment over the extended Bank Holiday in June 2022.

Council makes commitment to real Living Wage

South Ribble Borough Council is proud to have been officially accredited as a Living Wage Employer. Our commitment to the real Living Wage ensures all employees receive a fair day's pay for a hard day's work.

Council's position on proposed development vindicated on appeal

South Ribble Borough Council is pleased its decision to refuse outline planning permission for a major housing development off Chain House Lane has been upheld on appeal for a second time by the Planning Inspectorate.

Play on! Cabinet approves extra investment in Strawberry Valley Park

Exciting plans to revamp a Leyland playground have overcome a major hurdle - with South Ribble Borough Council Cabinet Members approving remediation works needed to make the upgrades possible.

South Ribble Borough Council welcomes new Credit Union to Leyland.

Credit union, Unify, has opened a branch in Leyland with the support of South Ribble Borough Council.

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