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10 hrs ago | Blackpool Today
Spokes and sparks came together in a festival of cycling and colour as thousands gathered for the annual Ride the Lights event.
14 hrs ago | Lytham Today
A 15-year-old pupil from AKS School Lytham has secured a silver and bronze medal at the IPC European Championships in Swansea.
The Citizen's Tins and Toys appeal has surpassed all expectations and is set to have an enormous impact on families affected by domestic abuse.
They say you can't teach an old dog new tricks, but this top student has proved them wrong after achieving a GCSE A*... at the ripe old age of 74. Not content with the grades he achieved back in 1956, Malcolm Lord decided to take up study once again upon his retirement in 2005, starting classes to "keep his old mind working".
A young racing driver is gearing up for a new challenge after racing his Blackpool built TVR car to championship success.
Campaign group the South Fylde Community Rail Partnership has made the recommendations as part of a consultation over franchising rights on the line, which are set to be decided next year.
GCSE results day supplement at Highfield School in South Shore. The class of 2014 celebrate.
A Fylde man has helped raise hundreds of pounds for a national hospital charity by cycling from Manchester to Blackpool.
A 130 foot stranded vessel was escorted to safety by the Lytham St Annes Volunteer Lifeboat crew amid fears it was about to sink.
Building protest Protesters outside the Chambers of Commerce offices in South Shore, Blackpool, on Monday, as several were inside the building Residents across the Fylde coast today said fracking protests which saw campaigners storm a Blackpool building and spark a three-hour stand-off with police "went too far".
Reclaim the Power's four-day "Tour de Frack" cycle ride from Blackpool to Hull to raise awareness of how fracking has the potential to affect the whole of the "desolate north" will be making its way from the Fylde to sites already affected or with the potential to be affected by fracking at Singleton and Elswick.
Alan Bell admits he might be shedding a tear and downing a glass of scotch when the curtain finally comes down on his tenure with the Fylde Folk Festival.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 02:18 pm
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