The Party’s landmark policy would give the people the final say on the Brexit deal which would include the option to remain in the EU.
The Liberal Democrats would put a penny on income tax for health and care would raise £30m for the NHS in East Lancashire, enough to fund 179 more nurses.
An additional £63m of funding for schools in Lancashire, paid for in part by reversing Conservative cuts to corporation tax, would be enough to pay for 347 more teachers.
Meanwhile an additional £6.9m funding for Lancashire Police would pay for 138 more officers, helping to cut crime and ensure a stronger police presence in the area.
Other key policies in the Liberal Democrat manifesto include plans for a £100bn infrastructure fund to build more homes, improve road and rail links and install fibre-optic broadband across the country.
The Liberal Democrats will also give the people a chance to change Britain’s future by holding a referendum on the final Brexit deal, with the option to remain.
Liberal Democrat candidate Allan Knox said:
“These plans would build a brighter future for people in Ribble Valley and reverse Conservative cuts to our schools, hospitals and police.
“We want to build a fairer Britain, with good schools and hospitals, a clean environment and an innovative economy.
“You don’t have to accept Theresa May and Nigel Farage’s cold, mean-spirited vision of Britain.
“The Liberal Democrats will stand up to a bad Brexit deal that will cost jobs and put up prices and give you the final say.
“As your Liberal Democrat MP, I will fight for a better deal on Europe, more money for the NHS and schools and a brighter future for Ribble Valley.”