As part of the Queen's Green Canopy initiative, primary schools in South Ribble have received around 4500 free trees through South Ribble Borough Council.
Tune in to the 80s for a great line-up including chart-toppers Tony Hadley, Heaven 17, T'Pau, Go West and a DJ set from 80s icon Pat Sharp - all in the fabulous setting of Worden Park, Leyland on Friday 3 June 2022.
On the eve of their first ever season, the borough's Under 15s girls schools team were presented with brand new kits by Deputy Leader Mick Titherington as part of the Council's commitment to growing girls' football.
The tribute to the former representative of Bamber Bridge East, who passed away in September, can be found on one of two new benches placed on Station Road.
Pupils from Cuerden Church School in Bamber Bridge were treated to a special day of activities at South Ribble Tennis Centre courtesy of the Council's Active Health team.
Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) will initially be located at 14 different sites - including parks, leisure centres, sports pavilions and playing fields.
A team of industry experts has praised South Ribble Borough Council for its action in improving its governance and delivering effective services throughout the pandemic.
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.