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3 hrs ago | Chorley Citizen
Shows across the region are opting to retain the role of the dame despite a national decrease according to the new National Database of Pantomime Performance.
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4 hrs ago | Clitheroe Advertiser and Times
Jane Miller with Ian Sutherland from Blackburn College Academy of Culinary Arts doing cookery demonstrations at In-toto Kitchens in Clitheroe.
And as well as banning any contact the magistrates prohibited him from entering the area of Clitheroe in which she lives.
The Clitheroe-based studio, which was set up last year, wanted to rent out space above a shop nearby in Wellgate.
East Lancashire has some of the highest smoking rates in the country, which is the most common cause of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, and NHS chiefs hope the 'Breathe Easy' groups will encourage more people to seek help.
A FORMER pub in the centre of Clitheroe could be given a new lease of life after being sold and put up for rent.
A historical project to remember the airmen who died in aeroplane crashes during the Second World War over an area of the Forest of Bowland is being undertaken by local young people.
The Fell Runners Association held its annual presention and dinner dance at The Mytton Fold Hotel and Golf Complex, in Langho.
Do you need help in a crisis? If so, don't be afraid to contact Ribble Valley Citizens Advice Bureau.
WARMING bowls of hotpot and proudly worn red roses were the order of the day yesterday as Lancastrians showed pride in their county.
A soldier from Clitheroe serving in the 1st Battalion The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment is among the first private soldiers in the country to benefit from a new Army initiative designed to build transferrable skills and qualifications.
A DRIVER has described his desperate efforts to stop other cars crashing into debris from a fatal accident on the M65.
Ribble Valley MP Nigel Evans this week tackled Planning Minister Nick Boles about the financial penalties local authorities may face if they contest planning appeals.
Coun Allan Knox said that some red phone boxes are being left in disrepair and are being vandalised as a result.