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Brand-new play area officially opens in Bamber Bridge after £225,000 refurbishment!

The Holme Playing Field Playground in Bamber Bridge, off Bridge Street was officially opened today after undergoing a major £225,000 refurbishment.

Historic, Iconic, For Everyone: The incredible Worden Hall is now open

The stunning Grade II listed building - the jewel in the crown of the award-winning Worden Park, was officially re-opened on 30 September following a £2.8 million investment.

Mayor of South Ribble hosting curry and quiz night to raise money for chosen charities and you're invited!

Mayor of South Ribble, Councillor David Howarth is hosting a curry and quiz night to raise money for his three chosen charities; St Catherine's Hospice, Lancashire Mind and National Autistic Society.

Moss Side Playground in Leyland officially opened after major refurbishment

The recently refurbished playground on Dunkirk Lane has officially opened to the public after a £175,000 investment.

Don't Let Go

South Ribble Borough Council is encouraging residents to do the right thing and leading by example by banning balloons and sky lanterns on council land and events.

New Extra Care Scheme for South Ribble approved

A new extra care facility is set to be delivered for South Ribble following approval at Planning Committee.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II - 1926 - 2022

It is with great sorrow that South Ribble Borough Council has today learned of the death of Her Majesty The Queen.

Woodland Walk officially opened in memory of Sue Taylor-Green

The Woodland Walk in Leyland was officially opened today (26 August) in memory of one of the founders and chair of the Ulnes Walton Bridleways Association, Sue Taylor Green.

Music in the Park to return in 2023

Festival goers in Lancashire will be able to start practicing their 80s and 90s dance moves after we announced the popular Music in the Park event will return for 2023.

Half a million pounds to distributed to local community projects across South Ribble

South Ribble Borough Council has awarded an incredible £500,000 to be distributed to 21 local community groups and projects - right across the borough.

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