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The Tiger who came to tea on stage in Lancaster at The Dukes Theatre this April

Children's best-loved picture book The Tiger Who Came to Tea comes the stage at The Dukes Theatre in Lancaster this April 12 and 13. This musical play adapted from Judith Kerr’s classic tale now in its 10th year is the ideal introduction to theatre...

Garstang Courier, yesterday, 16:01
 

Wet weather sets back reopening of Hurst Green footbridge

The reopening of a historic, storm-damaged bridge has been hit by fresh delays due to the damp weather. Dinckley Bridge, over the River Ribble, was badly damaged by Storm Desmond back in 2015 when flood waters buckled the upper part of the 1951...

Pendle Today, yesterday, 15:56
 

Ribble Valley thespians' funding boost for football club's campaign

Ribchester’s local amateur theatrical society, RATS, has donated £300 to Ribchester Rovers Football Club, and its ongoing campaign to raise money for a new club house and changing room facilities. A donation, which included the profits from RATS'...

Clitheroe Advertiser, yesterday, 15:51
 

Wet weather sets back reopening of Hurst Green footbridge

The reopening of a historic, storm-damaged bridge has been hit by fresh delays due to the damp weather. Dinckley Bridge, over the River Ribble, was badly damaged by Storm Desmond back in 2015 when flood waters buckled the upper part of the 1951...

Clitheroe Advertiser, yesterday, 15:51
 

Childhood Pendle friends set to tackle Lake District marathon

Two best friends from Blacko are putting their best foot forward for a charity close to their hearts. Tireless fundraiser James Dent (32) and his friend Darren Tillotson (31), are set to lace their trainers and pounds the scenic paths around England's...

Clitheroe Advertiser, yesterday, 15:43
 

Burnley company's new appointment to help drive growth

A Burnley company has created a new position to oversee its future growth. Martika Mingins has been appointed as Head of Client Services at digital agency Door4, based in Manchester Road. The new role was created to support client projects and the...

Burnley Express, yesterday, 15:43
 
Police hunt robber who pulled gun on newsagent staff and stuffed cash into a bin-bag

Police hunt robber who pulled gun on newsagent staff and stuffed cash into a bin-bag

A man threatened newsagent staff with a gun in a terrifying robbery. The armed raider fled the scene after stuffing cash into a black bin bag at McColl's in Admirals Road in Birchwood, Warrington , at 10.35pm on Friday (March 22). Cheshire Police are...

Liverpool Echo, yesterday, 15:41
 

Fears of armed teens at Preston railway station leads to stop and search police operation

0 Have your say A stop and search operation was carried out by transport police officers at Preston railway station last night. Officers were authorised to use stop and search powers after receiving intelligence that youths on board an incoming train...

Lancashire Evening Post, yesterday, 15:39
 

Childhood Pendle friends set to tackle Lake District marathon

Two best friends from Blacko are putting their best foot forward for a charity close to their hearts. Tireless fundraiser James Dent (32) and his friend Darren Tillotson (31), are set to lace their trainers and pounds the scenic paths around England's...

Pendle Today, yesterday, 15:34
 

One-of-a-kind Ribble Valley council officer calls it a day after 43 years

A one-of-a-kind council officer is closing her ledger after 43 years in Ribble Valley Borough Council’s revenues team. Lesley Helm joined the council in 1975 aged 16 as a junior clerk in the then treasurer’s office. After stints as a rate rebates...

Clitheroe Advertiser, yesterday, 15:30
 

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn meets Morecambe voters on weekend walkabout visit

Jeremy Corbyn was on a campaign visit to Morecambe on Saturday ahead of May’s local elections. The Labour leader joined local Labour candidates in launching their manifesto with pledges to tackle poverty, act on climate change and invest in housing....

Lancashire Evening Post, yesterday, 15:28
 

Police want to speak to this man after Runshaw College disorder

Detectives investigating disorder close to a Leyland college are appealing for information to identify this man. Around 4pm on March 4, a group of young men confronted a rival group in relation to a prearranged fight near Runshaw College. A group of...

Lancashire Evening Post, yesterday, 15:28
 

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn meets Morecambe voters on weekend walkabout visit

Jeremy Corbyn was on a campaign visit to Morecambe on Saturday ahead of May’s local elections. The Labour leader joined local Labour candidates in launching their manifesto with pledges to tackle poverty, act on climate change and invest in housing....

Lancaster Guardian, yesterday, 15:28
 
Little Liverpool fan's first Anfield game ruined when racist launched rant at family

Little Liverpool fan's first Anfield game ruined when racist launched rant at family

A little boy had his first ever Liverpool football match ruined by a drunken lout hurling foul racist abuse at his dad. Steven Gallagher, 37, had been muttering racial slurs towards Amir Malik but exploded into a rage when the victim's five-year-old...

Liverpool Echo, yesterday, 15:21
 

Mum and daughter left scarred for life after dog's 'bloodbath' rampage in street

A Formby woman has pleaded guilty to losing control of a dog after it attacked four people in the street. Simba, a large Caucasian Shepherd, mauled four members of the public after it escaped from a house on Liverpool Road in Formby last December. The...

Liverpool Echo, yesterday, 15:21
 


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