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Support is there for those who need it this Mother's Day

Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust’s Mindsmatter service is encouraging residents in the Ribble Valley to get in touch if they are experiencing emotional difficulties this Mother’s Day. Losing a parent is one of the most stressful and significant event

yesterday, 16:17 in Regional North West
 

Twin sisters bake a big donation for hospice

A bakery run by twin sisters from Whalley is hoping to make a big donation to East Lancashire Hospice in memory of a friend's mum this Mother's Day. Finch’s bakery on Queen Street, Great Harwood, run by identical twin sisters Rachel and Lauren Finch, wil

yesterday, 15:22 in Regional North West
 

Ribble Valley MP calls for 'lasting memorial' to victims of terror attack

Ribble Valley MP, Nigel Evans, has called for a "lasting memorial" to those who paid the "ultimate sacrifice" in yesterday's terrorist atrocity. The Conservative MP also paid tribute to fallen policeman, Keith Palmer, in his speech...

yesterday, 14:10 in Regional North West
 

School trip to Parliament cancelled after deadly terror attack

A group of children from Chatburn Primary School could easily have been caught up in the horrors that engulfed London yesterday. Eleven pupils and four teachers from the Sawley Road-based school were due to travel to Parliament early this morning (Thursd

yesterday, 13:34 in Regional North West
 

Firefighters extinguish chimney fire in Waddington

Two fire crews from Clitheroe attended a chimney fire at a house in Waddington. They were called to the address on Mill Lane at just after 6-30pm yesterday evening. Firefighters pitched a ladder for access and used a hose reel connected to spray nozzles

yesterday, 11:11 in Regional North West
 

Lancashire terror victim 'lucky to be alive' says mum

The mother of a teenager left with serious injuries from the London terror attack has admitted her son is "extremely lucky" to be alive. University student Travis Frain is set to undergo surgery tonight after being deliberately run down by a...

yesterday, 10:18 in Regional North West
 

Crowds expected for the Giant Rumble in town

Wrestling fans will be flocking to Burnley this weekend for a spectacular show. The ever popular all All American Wrestling Show will be staged at the Mechanics Theatre on Saturday night featuring a host of stars including ITV superstar Johnny Moss, Rock

yesterday, 10:18 in Regional North West
 

Column: Road to faith can be a rocky one

Last weekend a group of women aged between 16 and 40 attended a special one-day conference in Lancashire entitled ‘Discerning Women’ to listen to Libby Lane, the first woman appointed as a bishop in the Church of England. It was slightly ironic that my c

yesterday, 10:00 in Regional North West
 

In pictures: Prince Charles visits Clitheroe

Freezing hailstone and icy winds did not deter HRH Prince Charles from getting to know residents of the Ribble Valley and beyond on Tuesday. As the royal entourage processed up King Street, Prince Charles stopped and chatted to people young and old who h

yesterday, 08:45 in Regional North West
 

Residents share their experience of HRH Prince Charles' visit to Clitheroe

Freezing hailstones and icy winds did not deter HRH Prince Charles from spending more than an hour and a half talking to the crowds lining the streets of Clitheroe during his visit to the town today. Greeted by hundreds of well wishers, including flag wa

Tuesday, 20:54 in Regional North West
 

Prince Charles gets a warm welcome in Clitheroe

Despite damp and cold weather, crowds of royal fans turned out to welcome HRH Prince Charles. The special visitor, who is first in line to the throne, mingled with onlookers and sampled a feast of Ribble Valley produce. Here is a video of his March 2017

Tuesday, 16:33 in Regional North West
 

Video: Feast of riches awaits Prince Charles

There were lots of Ribble Valley delicacies on offer for Prince Charles. One of the stallholders Angela Anderton, of the Bowland Chocolate Company, Slaidburn, said it was a privilege to meet the Prince. Before his arrival she said: "I am so...

Tuesday, 14:22 in Regional North West
 

Flag-waving pupils brave freezing weather to meet the Prince

Royal excitement reached fever pitch as Prince Charles met pupils from Clitheroe primary schools. As the special visitor walked up Castle Street, Clitheroe, speaking to stallholders, he was greeted by a chorus of cheers from excited flag-waving primary s

Tuesday, 14:18 in Regional North West
 

Video: Prince Charles arrives in Clitheroe

Rain, hail and even a few spots of snow could not dampen the enthusiasm of the large crowds who gathered to welcome HRH The Prince of Wales to Clitheroe. More than 1,000 eager onlookers were out in force for Prince Charles’ long-awaited visit to the Ribb

Tuesday, 14:18 in Regional North West
 

Crowds greet Prince Charles

Prince Charles was given a warm reception as he arrived in East Lancashire on a cold and blustery morning. HRH The Prince of Wales arrived at Clitheroe Railway Station just after 10am where he was greeted by crowds hoping to catch a glimpse of the heir t

Tuesday, 11:37 in Regional North West
 
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