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  1. Villagers frustrated after vandals damage historic dry stone wallsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Lancashire Telegraph

    Stones have been removed in several places beside Red Lees Road at Cliviger over the bank holiday weekend, causing concern to residents and visitors. Cllr David Heginbotham, who represents the Cliviger and Worsthorne ward on Burnley Council, believes that the stones were not being removed to be taken away, like several other reported similar incidents across East Lancashire.

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  2. Burnley bus drivers celebrate over 100 years of serviceRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Pendle Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Three bus drivers from Burnley and Pendle have picked up special long service awards having been behind the wheel for a combined 120 years.

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  3. Villagers frustrated after vandals damage historic dry stone wallsRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Lancaster and MoreCambe Citizen

    Stones have been removed in several places beside Red Lees Road at Cliviger over the bank holiday weekend, causing concern to residents and visitors. Cllr David Heginbotham, who represents the Cliviger and Worsthorne ward on Burnley Council, believes that the stones were not being removed to be taken away, like several other reported similar incidents across East Lancashire.

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  4. East Lancashire park going for special statusRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Lancashire Telegraph

    Fields in Trust has declared Sough Park, near Earby, as a lost Carnegie Field and was part of a A 200,000 programme by the Carnegie UK Trust in 1927 to create, protect and improve playing areas. Although one of the conditions of the original grant said the park in Colne Road would remain open for public use, it was never mentioned within the conveyance.

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  5. Anger at no action over MEP 'trolling' by UKIP 'supporter'Read the original story

    Tuesday | Lancashire Telegraph

    A EURO MP from East Lancashire has reacted with dismay after discovering that a UKIP 'supporter' who apparently issued threats against him on Twitter will not be charged. Former Nelson solicitor Sajjad Karim, who lives in the Ribble Valley, has also called for the Crown Prosecution Service decision to be reviewed after being informed the authority had dropped the case, which emerged just days after the Batley MP Jo Cox was murdered.

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  6. Drive to boost business links on right roadRead the original story

    Tuesday | Pendle Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. The first major highway scheme of improvements to boost access to employment areas and future housing sites along the M65 corridor between Blackburn and Colne has been completed.

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  7. Plans to shut more than 20 libraries in East Lancashire given go-aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 27 | Lancashire Telegraph

    PLANS to shut more than 20 libraries in East Lancashire as part of a major cuts programme are set to be given the go ahead. Young people's and community centres will also be removed from Lancashire County Council control as part of the latest phase of a A 262million budget reduction initiative.

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  8. Thank you for the warm welcomeRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 27 | Pendle Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Fr Guy Jamieson, the new vicar of Nelson Little Marsden, introduces himself with this guest contribution and thanks the community for the warm welcome he and his family has received since moving to Pendle.

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  9. On the buses... for 120 yearsRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 27 | Burnley Express

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Three bus drivers from Burnley and Pendle have picked up special long service awards having been behind the wheel for a combined 120 years.

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  10. Driving test centre could leave NelsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 26 | Lancashire Telegraph

    Nelson's driving test centre in Cobden Street could be moved out of the town and further afield due to the condition of the building THE loss of Nelson's Driving Test centre could prove to become 'awkward' and difficult' if plans to move it went ahead, it has been claimed. The building in Cobden Street has been branded and unsuitable and out of date by the Driving Vehicle Standards Authority, who manage the building.

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  11. Police issue alert after new spate of stone flag theftsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | Lancashire Telegraph

    POLICE in Pendle have called on residents to report anyone seen removing stone flags or coping stones after a spike in thefts. There have been around half-a dozen incidents in recent weeks where flagstones and coping stones have been removed in the Colne and Trawden areas.

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  12. Police vow to stamp out illegal hare coursing and hunting across East LancashireRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | Lancashire Telegraph

    Police said this types of countryside crime tended to spike during the harvest period when fields are cleared of crops and rabbit and hares have less natural cover. Earlier this month a member of Pendle Rural Watch rang in a report of hare coursing or poaching with dogs in the Skipton Old Road area of Foulridge.

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  13. TEAM: Members of the Rossendale & Pendle Mountain Rescue TeamRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | Lancashire Telegraph

    AROUND 300 cyclists are set to take on a 47-mile circuit of the Pennine Bridleway to help fund a vital rescue service. The Rossendale and Pendle Mountain Rescue Team is staging the mountain bike challenge, 'The Mary Towneley Loop', on Sunday, September 4. It is a challenge across 47 miles of Rossendale, Pendle and Calder Valley rural terrain and is the team's biggest fundraiser of the year.

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  14. Things to do at Weekend: Water way to enjoy a family bank holidayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | Lancashire Telegraph

    One of the highlights of the weekend is set to be the Burnley Canal Festival taking place on Saturday, August 27, and Sunday August 28. Mid Pennine Arts creative director Nick Hunt said: "The festival is an established and well-loved event and the fact that it's the 200th anniversary of the Liverpool Leeds canal gives another reason to celebrate Lancashire's great heritage." The free event will feature music, dance, fun fairs and food as well as the opportunity to take the slow boat to Burnley.

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  15. West is best for those wanting to live longerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 24 | Daily Mail

    West is best for those wanting to live longer: Towns in Devon, Somerset and Wales have the best life expectancies During the time period spanned by the records, average life expectancy across the whole of Britain rose from just 40 to 78 The county is home to the district of Teignbridge which, according to a study of records spanning 170 years, has the longest life expectancy in the UK. Residents of the Shepway district in Kent were not so lucky, with a historically low life expectancy putting the area in last place.

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  16. Teignbridge has longest life expectancy of the last 170 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 24 | This Is South Devon

    New research of historical archives reveals the area has the longest life expectancy in England of the last 170 years. The study of England and Wales Death Indexes from 1837 to 2007 by family history website Ancestry shows the area has traditionally had a life expectancy at 82 years.

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  17. Plans to sell off land near school for housing cause huge row in East LancashireRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 24 | Lancashire Telegraph

    PLANS to sell off land near a school for housing and buy back an entertainments venue have caused a huge row in East Lancashire. Councillors are set to consider controversial proposals to sell off fields near Red Lane in Colne in the shadow of Sacred Heart Primary School.

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  18. Landmark mansion could be converted into prestige spa and boutique hotelRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 24 | Lancashire Telegraph

    A LANDMARK former mill owner's mansion in Pendle could be converted into a prestige spa and boutique hotel with a Moroccan spa. Plans have been unveiled by Dr Zia Ud-Din to transform Bank House, in Albert Road, Colne, the former headquarters of Pendle Leisure Trust.

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  19. Take your sporting chance to celebrate Team GB in LancashireRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 23 | Lancashire Telegraph

    THOSE inspired into action by Mo Farah and Team GB's impressive showing in the Olympics can get free access to a number of sports on Saturday. Numerous venues are hosting events on as part of 'I Am Team GB', billed as 'Britain's biggest-ever sports day' Gym chain DW Fitness Clubs will open its Blackburn and Burnley clubs free of charge to residents.

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  20. Mills redevelopment gets a A 400,000 grant kickstartRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 23 | Pendle Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. The major redevelopment of Brierfield Mills is set to benefit from 400,000 in sports funding, after a successful bid from Burnley FC in the Community.

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