The Easter Bank Holiday weekend in
Lancaster saw the successful running of two brand new BID events!
Alice in Lancaster took place on
Good Friday, 25th March and was a huge success. Hundreds of ...
After three successful years of
Lancaster Business Improvement District (BID) we have co-ordinated and
supported many popular events in the city centre. From the Christmas Lights
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Your help is needed to shape how Lancaster's develops as a visitor destination.By answering this short questionnaire you will provide insights that can help Lancaster attract more visitors, encourag...
Lancaster District Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce a partnership with Enterprise4all (North West) Ltd and BOOST Business Lancashire to be the official Lancaster District Partner for the n...
After discovering that it might take up
to nine months for her business to reopen, managing director of Inspire Health
and Fitness, Alison Walsh, has started a crowdfunding campaign to help with
Keep an eye for the new Lancaster Destination Brochure 2016!
Lancaster BID have once again decided to re-create the
popular Lancaster Destination Brochure to showcase a brand new selection...
The fire which broke out of Inspire Gym on Penny Street on
Thursday 24th March affected numerous businesses. These businesses
are currently looking for new units to trade out of during the interim...
Help is at hand for businesses in
Lancaster who want to make their properties more resilient to flooding.
The government has made
grants of up to £5,000 available for anyone who wants to pr...
remember Lancaster's shop windows art project 'Illuminate' which took place
across the city centre last November & December? Illuminated artwork was
displayed in shop windows across La...
A new chief executive has been chosen by Lancaster City
Council. Susan Parsonage was appointed by a full council the week of the 21st March 2016.
Ms Parsonage will take up the role i...
Common Garden Street will be closed from King Street to
Russell Street from 5pm on Sunday 24th April 2016 until 7am on
Monday 25th April 2016. This is to enable a crane lift onto the
The topic of gender pay gap, which has been in the news
increasingly over the last few months, is one which isn't about to get buried
under the carpet again anytime time soon.
Closed due to Storm Desmond, GoBurrito has once again opened
its doors to the public. The much loved "soul" food of Lancaster has had a
revamp and come out with new branding and look. Led by James...
Thornton's Re-Opens After Penny Street Fire
Lancaster City Centre businesses are showing their resilience and fight once more. Storm Desmond proved to be no match for the resourcefulness of the bus...
A new tree has been planted in Dalton Square to fill the
hole left by the one that blew down in a severe storm some years ago. The
replacement was instigated by James and Christine Mackie to mark ...