Stories in brief
Sign up for free party
A soft play centre is looking for kids and parents to sign up for a free party On Friday, June 27, between 5pm and 7pm the Wacky Warehouse at The Station on Morecambe promenade, is hosting a free giant party in celebration of its 20th birthday. The super-sized free birthday party will feature cakes, games, prizes, music and the all-important goody bags . Residents have until Friday, May 30, to register for their child’s free ticket to the world’s biggest party on the Wacky Birthday Bash Facebook app, which can be found at www.facebook.com/wackywarehouse. Every ticket entitles admission for two children and one adult.Andrew Robson, general manager of the Station Promenade at Station Buildings said: “what better way to celebrate our own big birthday than by hosting the world’s biggest party. Don’t miss out on what is sure to be the best kids’ party of all.”
Britain’s wealthiest revealed
The Duke of Westminster ,who owns the 18,000 acre Abbeystead Estate and house 10 miles south east of Lancaster, remains Britain’s – and the Northwest’s – wealthiest landowner, according to The Sunday Times Rich List 2014. He heads a list of the 20 richest in the region who are worth £24.86billion collectively and constitute the greatest concentration of billionaires outside the capital.
Due to changes in the waste and recycling collections in the West End area of Morecambe, Lancaster City Council will be hosting two roadshows in the square in the front of More Music on Parliament Street, Morecambe.
The roadshows will take place on Tuesday, May 27 and Thursday, May 29 from 9am to 4pm. Waste and recycling officers will be on hand to give advice, answer questions and offer top tips on how everyone can do their bit to reduce, reuse and recycle as much waste as possible.