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County students shape a future in ancient craft

The art of farriery might seem like an ancient craft but caring for the hooves of a horse is critical for their health and wellbeing and at Myerscough College a team of apprenticeships are eager to break into the industry.

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75 years of wedded bliss for James and Ethel Burrow

Love is everlasting for James Burrow and his wife Ethel.
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Northern services will be disrupted

Passengers warned to expect disruption ahead of third Northern Rail strike

More disruption is expected on rail services across Lancashire when guards stage a third walkout.

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Clive Grunshaw

Police cannot continue to 'pick up slack' from public service cuts

Lancashire’s Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw has welcomed a national report highlighting the pressure on forces to ‘pick up the slack’ from other public services.

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The scene at junction 28 after the crash

UPDATE: Man taken to hospital with serious injuries after 10 vehicle smash

One man was taken to hospital with "serious" injuries following a 10 vehicle smash on the northbound M6.
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Have a go at cycling

Have at go........cycling

Cycling clubs are the backbone of the bike riding scene and community, and an invaluable source of knowledge and advice to help you improve as a bike rider.

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Video: Two arrested in Lancashire drugs bust

Police have arrested two people after a drugs raid on a property in Lancashire which was carried out yesterday.

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View from Clitheroe Castle

Could your art be displayed at Castle’s Gallery?

Budding artists with grand ambitions could see their dreams come true.

Action Records owner Gordon Gibson looking forward to Record Store Day at his shop on Church Street, Preston

City’s Action Records in tune for Record Store Day

If you see a queue stretching up Preston’s Church Street this Saturday it will mean one thing is Record Store Day.

Graham Parr

Bluecoat entrepreneur dies

Preston-born entrepreneur Graham Parr, who rose from Bluecoat to Pontins’ boss, has died aged 67.

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The Judges'  Lodgings in Lancaster.

Judges’ decision delayed

Lancashire County Council has extended the deadline for reaching a possible agreement on the future of the Judges’ Lodgings Museum at Lancaster.

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Botany Bay, Chorley

Lancashire recommends... Shopping experiences

Shopping can be so much more than wandering aimlessly from high street chain to another. Here is our pick of the best shopping experiences in Lancashire.

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Laura Church Duke, second from left with husband David behind her, surrounded by members of Goosnargh and Whittingham Whitsuntide Festival Committee.

Canadian visitors ‘overwhelmed’ by Goosnargh hospitality

The Duke family of Kentville, Nova Scotia, Canada say they were given a greeting fit for royalty when they stopped by Goosnargh recently to meet representatives of the Goosnargh and Whittingham Whitsuntide Festival, which is twinned with the Annapolis Valley Apple Blossom Festival in the Dukes’ hometown.

A scene from Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey which is coming to the Dukes, Lancaster in May.

See young heroine get her man in classic tale at Dukes, Lancaster

A witty, fast moving and stylish theatre production of Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey will be hosted by The Dukes, Lancaster from May 9-13.

John Kerr

DAN KERR: ‘Distraught’ boss blames the net and bridal warehouses for sudden closure

The director of Dan Kerr Brides said the decision to close suddenly was ‘distressing and reluctant’.

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Police at the scene of one of the raids

Eight arrested in crackdown on human trafficking for sex trade

Early morning raids have been carried out in Blackpool and Preston as part of an investigation into human trafficking, linked to prostitution.
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Brides fear they have been left in the lurch after the sudden closure of Dan Kerr

DAN KERR: Hope for some - but a bitter blow for others who will join the queue for a refund

Brides who paid for their wedding dresses and are due to marry in the near future have been given hope following the sudden closure of Dan Kerr.

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Emma Procter, owner of Fairy God Dusters, with Oliver Kearney

Fairy godmothers do sky dive for hospital

A team of cleaners were given extra wings as they braved the skies for sick and terminally ill children.

Beth Whiting was devastated to learn that the shop was closing
Pic:  PCW Group UK

Preston brides 'devastated' after sudden wedding shop closure

Brides have been left in tears at the sudden closure of a popular wedding shop.
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The couple are thrilled to be making their own little piece of history

First gay wedding set to make history

A young couple from Padiham will make history in their hometown when they tie the knot next month.
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