The supply of the vaccine into Lancashire and the North West must not be cut to allow London and the South East to “catch up” with the rest of the country, the head of the body spearheading Lancashire’s response to the pandemic has warned.
Place leaders across Lancashire have pledged their commitment to working together to shape the future success of the local economy at an event hosted at Edge Hill University.
Oliver Moores, from Chorley, was nominated for the award by children’s charity Barnardo’s. The 19-year-old has been volunteering for the past year with Barnardo’s at the Include Me 2 children’s centre in Preston.
A sports scholarship grant has helped an Edge Hill student progress towards her dream of playing cricket for England.
The Vice-Chancellor of Edge Hill University has been appointed as a Deputy Lieutenant of Lancashire.
Lancashire businesses are thriving thanks to Edge Hill University providing support to make them more profitable and innovative.
Acclaimed author and Edge Hill alumna Carys Bray, will return to Lancashire later this month on a travelling bus book tour to promote her latest novel Museum of You.
An Edge Hill academic with a research interest in the surrealist painter Leonora Carrington (1917-2011) is supporting Tate Liverpool curators on an upcoming exhibition of her work.
Edge Hill University’s flagship Creative Edge building will play host to Lancashire’s BIG (Business Innovation for Growth) 2014 Conference on Wednesday, 18 June.
Edge Hill University has become a key partner in Lancashire’s bid to be the UK’s first ever Sustainable Food County.