Lancashire County Council to receive an extra £2,801,000 to boost cycling and walking infrastructure The Active Travel Fund is designed to create safe space for cycling and walking Part of the Government’s £2 billion investment into cycling and walking

County Councillor Keith Iddon has welcomed news that Lancashire County Council is set to receive an additional £2,801,000 from the Government’s Active Travel Fund – designed to create safe space for cycling and walking.

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Lancashire County Council to receive £3,920,809 from government for food and supplies for vulnerable households as part of £170 million package Extension of school holiday programme providing food and activities for young people also announced Prime Minister reaffirms Conservatives’ commitment to preventing childhood hunger

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