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PICTURES: Fine for owner of unlicenced and "filthy" doggy daycare centre at Preston farm

A woman who allegedly made an income of almost £66,000 while running an unlicensed doggy day care  centre has been fined by magistrates. Preston Council had warned Anna Charnley, 54, of Go Active Dog Club at Boyes Farm, Durton Lane, Preston, that she...

Lancashire Evening Post, yesterday, 14:24
 

In Bloom’s muscle boosts mussel beds

Lytham In Bloom volunteers have been busy giving the town’s newly-converted mussel beds an unprecedented splash of colour. The long-abandoned site facing the Ribble estuary is being given a new lease of life as a recreational area by Lytham St Annes...

Blackpool Gazette, yesterday, 14:23
 

Emergency services at scene of Preston crash

A road has been partially blocked following an accident in Preston. Emergency services were called to the scene on Ribbleton Avenue near to the junction of Floyd Road on Thursday, May 24. Police and ambulance services were called to the scene....

Lancashire Evening Post, yesterday, 14:18
 

Thug guilty of murdering grandfather after betting shop row

An antisocial thug has been found guilty of stabbing a grandfather in the back. Joseph Tripp, 35, was found guilty of murdering 54-year-old former electrician Derek MacAllister following an Old Bailey re-trial. The court had heard that Tripp bought a...

Lancashire Evening Post, yesterday, 14:18
 

Jazz and Gospel for Beyond the Sea

0 Have your say Lowther’s Beyond the Sea Festival bring two musical favourites to the stage at the weekend. Lowther’s Beyond the Sea Festival bring two musical favourites to the stage at the weekend. Ray Gelato and his amazing band will lead party...

Blackpool Gazette, yesterday, 14:18
 
Woman brought back to court after breaching order

Woman brought back to court after breaching order

A woman found herself back in court after failing to comply with an order imposed by magistrates. Kirsty Louise Blacklock, 31, of Udale Court, Workington, appeared at West Cumbria Magistrates Court in the town on Tuesday. She admitted failing to...

News & Star, yesterday, 14:17
 

Tributes paid to charity stalwart Sue

Tributes have been paid to a devoted wife and mother who, for many years, was the Christian Aid co-ordinator for the Ribble Valley. Sue Shepherd was born in Eastbourne, East Sussex, on July 30th, 1952, to Pat and Ernie Davies. Meeting her husband...

Pendle Today, yesterday, 14:14
 

Rising costs prompt Blackpool Transport fares increase

0 Have your say Passengers are facing an increase in  bus and tram fares from next month with all single tickets going up by 10p It means from June 3, travellers on Blackpool Transport will pay between £1.40 and £2.80 on the buses depending on the...

Blackpool Gazette, yesterday, 14:13
 

Thug guilty of murdering grandfather after betting shop row

An antisocial thug has been found guilty of stabbing a grandfather in the back. Joseph Tripp, 35, was found guilty of murdering 54-year-old former electrician Derek MacAllister following an Old Bailey re-trial. The court had heard that Tripp bought a...

Blackpool Gazette, yesterday, 14:13
 

Classic musical for youth theatre

Fylde stars of stage and screen are among those performing in Thornton-Cleveleys Youth Theatre’s musical Oklahoma! The show is being staged this week and performing are Ben Hackett, who is currently in the Mr Kipling’s advert on ITV, and Freddie...

Fleetwood Today, yesterday, 14:10
 

Still time to see Towneley Hall art exhibition

Time is running out to view the work of a talented Burnley artist is exhibiting in her home town. Sophie Gibson, whose work explores consumerism, corporate selling culture and our throwaway society, is currently exhibiting at Towneley Hall until May...

Burnley Express, yesterday, 14:09
 

Classic musical for youth theatre

0 Have your say Fylde stars of stage and screen are among those performing in Thornton-Cleveleys Youth Theatre’s musical Oklahoma! The show is being staged this week and performing are Ben Hackett, who is currently in the Mr Kipling’s advert on ITV,...

Blackpool Gazette, yesterday, 14:07
 

Crafting their way to the Carnival

0 Have your say There’s nothing like a carnival day to bring out the creative side. There’s nothing like a carnival day to bring out the creative side. And at one Fleetwood school, children are making sure their float entry to Fleetwood Carnival is a...

Blackpool Gazette, yesterday, 14:07
 

Barrow butterfly walk arranged

The Cumbria branch of Butterfly Conservation have organised a walk around the northern end of the Slag Bank, near Ormsgill. The walk is open to all, including well behaved dogs on a lead. It is hoped attendees will be able to find the rare Small Blue...

North West Evening Mail, yesterday, 14:01
 

Crafting their way to the Carnival

There’s nothing like a carnival day to bring out the creative side. There’s nothing like a carnival day to bring out the creative side. And at one Fleetwood school, children are making sure their float entry to Fleetwood Carnival is a show-stopper....

Fleetwood Today, yesterday, 14:00
 


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