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Letters - October 18, 2018

0 Have your say Police need to get back to fighting crime The first thing I learnt as a police recruit was that the primary object of an efficient police force is the prevention and detection of crime. Recently released statistics reveal that there...

Blackpool Gazette, yesterday, 15:47
 

Everything we know so far about the Pemberton Road crash

Just after 11.15am this morning (Thursday) a serious crash occurred on Pemberton Road in Winstanley, closing the surrounding roads. Here's everything we know about the incident: The crash, between a motorbike and a van, happened near the junction of...

Wigan Today, yesterday, 15:46
 
Italian football fan NOT GUILTY of GBH on Liverpool fan Sean Cox

Italian football fan NOT GUILTY of GBH on Liverpool fan Sean Cox

An Italian football fan has been found not guilty of inflicting grievous bodily harm on Liverpool fan Sean Cox. The 21-year-old is due to be sentenced after admitting violent disorder ahead of Liverpool’s game in April at an earlier hearing. Lombardi...

Liverpool Echo, yesterday, 15:44
 
Terrified pedestrians leap out of way as car chased by police mounts pavement

Terrified pedestrians leap out of way as car chased by police mounts pavement

A dramatic police chase reportedly left pedestrians having to leap out of the way after a car mounted the pavement. Residents said they were stunned as a car drove through the walkway near Halewood shops around 2pm this afternoon. One eye-witness said...

Liverpool Echo, yesterday, 15:44
 

Escapee cows descend on pensioner's garden in Radcliffe

A PENSIONER was given the shock of her life as she sat down to enjoy a cup of tea in her conservatory. June Hayes, aged 86, was startled by a large black cow roaming past her window, followed by another, and another — she said she wasn't experiencing...

Bury Times, yesterday, 15:40
 

Water ski action in Wyre back in the day

Looks like people had some splashing good times in Wyre. Our archive pictures take a look back at water skiing in Stanah, on the River Wyre, in the latter half of the last century. The Memory lane front cover picture today shows Lance Dickinson, of...

Blackpool Gazette, yesterday, 14:45
 

Burnley primary school's student council meet with governors

Members of the student council at a Burnley primary school have been learning about the responsibilities undertaken by staff and governors after having a chance to meet the wider faculty at their annual meeting. Enjoying afternoon tea with the...

Burnley Express, yesterday, 14:40
 

Sentimental items stolen during 'shocking' raid on Ainsworth home

A FAMILY'S sentimental belongings, jewellery and British passports were stolen after five men broke into their home. Unmasked men forced their way into the terraced property in broad daylight and stole more than £10,000 worth of personal items. In a...

Bury Times, yesterday, 14:40
 

Hooded man rode and slapped pet pony after sneaking into stable

0 Have your say A hooded man was caught on CCTV hitting a pet pony about the head after sneaking into its stable. Lenny the 11-year-old pony was slapped and ridden by the mystery man, who entered his Midgeland Road stables in the early hours of...

Blackpool Gazette, yesterday, 14:33
 

Primary school's sweet gesture

Pupils from St Mary’s school, Newchurch-in-Pendle, raised a sweet £165 in aid of Pendleside Hospice. They raised the money by taking a tube of Smarties home and filling them with 20p and £1 coins with the support of staff and family. Hospice...

Clitheroe Advertiser, yesterday, 14:30
 

Schools’ pupils are ‘cherished’

The village school attended by the youngest Manchester Arena bomb victim has been officially applauded for its compassion. Education watchdogs from the Office For Standards in Education singled out Tarleton Primary School’s safeguarding and welfare of...

Lancashire Evening Post, yesterday, 14:30
 

Police officer racially abused

A dad who repeatedly racially insulted a police officer claimed it was because he hadn't taken his bi-polar pills for two days. Luke Franks (29) had hurled the upsetting abuse in the early hours, after he was found asleep in his car following a row...

Pendle Today, yesterday, 14:21
 

These £100 jeans could save your marriage..

0 Have your say You’ll never have to feel self-conscious again with so-called ‘flatulence jeans’, sold by a company named Shreddies. According to the company, the trousers have been designed to eliminate a fart’s smell, using activated carbon....

Lancashire Evening Post, yesterday, 14:19
 

These £100 jeans could save your marriage..

0 Have your say You’ll never have to feel self-conscious again with so-called ‘flatulence jeans’, sold by a company named Shreddies. According to the company, the trousers have been designed to eliminate a fart’s smell, using activated carbon....

Blackpool Gazette, yesterday, 14:17
 

Cash raised at football tournament in memory of Burnley teenager Ethan will help other families

A football tournament, set up in honour of a popular Burnley teenager who died earlier this year after contracting sepsis, has raised £5,000. Twenty two teams from across the North West took part in the tournament at the Belvedere Football Club in...

Burnley Express, yesterday, 14:15
 


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