Can weddings, conferences and carbon-neutral electricity help Lancashire County Council offset funding cuts?

  Lancashire Evening Post 

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A pair of councillors who were part of an investigation into how Lancashire County Council could make money from the buildings it owns say the authority is still missing out on opportunities.
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