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The next phase of the £38 million Leyland Town Centre Deal is now underway

Work has now started on the next phase of the £38 million Leyland town centre improvements. Sutcliffe Projects Ltd are undertaking the first phase of the site investigation work on Ecroyd Street Car Park and surrounding areas in Leyland Town Centre.

Community Conversations - join us for a brew and a chat!

Residents are invited to join their local councillors for a cuppa and a chat as part of our 'Community Conversations' - a series informal events (28 June - 12 July) where members of the public can get to know the people who represent them.

Thousands of children helped to get more active thanks for innovative work delivered by South Ribble Borough Council

With the aim of 'more people, more active', the council's unique Active Health programme has provided a total of 2,655 sessions held throughout the 2022/23 year.

South Ribble Borough Council goes the extra mile to support families during school holidays

The council has delivered over 30,000 sessions for children and young people since the scheme's inception in the Borough in 2021.

Over £140,000 invested in Birch Avenue Play Area, another state-of-the-art facility welcomed to South Ribble

Birch Avenue in Penwortham saw fully refurbished play area after South Ribble Borough Council invests £145,000 into project.

Major boost for plans to create South Ribble Youth Council

South Ribble Borough Council is delighted to announce it has secured membership of the British Youth Council. The news is a major step forward in plans to establish a local Youth Council for South Ribble once current COVID-19 restrictions are eased.

South Ribble Borough Council 2023-24 budget approved

The full budget for the next financial year was approved by full Council on 1 March

Council proposes a freeze on council tax for third consecutive year - in support of residents through rising cost of living

The Council has outlined their proposed 2023/24 budget and are asking residents to share their views before a full decision is made at the end of the month.

Popular 'tower slide' from Withy Grove Play Area to be removed following fire damage

South Ribble Borough Council will close the popular play area this Wednesday for the slide's removal.

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