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Lancashire shows solidarity with Manchester bomb victims

A number of vigils are set to take place across the region in a showing of solidarity with the Manchester bomb victims.
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Lloyds Bank mobile branch bank

A new era of mobile banking branches

Lloyds Bank customers in Longridge have been thrown a lifeline with the opening of a number of mobile branches.

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Boohoo has made a 100,000 donation to support the families of victims in the attack on Manchester Arena. (s)

Boohoo makes £100,000 donation to victim fund

Clothing brand, Boohoo, has made a £100,000 donation to support the families of those killed and injured in the bombing of Manchester Arena.

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The RMT has suspended planned strike action following the Manchester bombing

Rail strikes suspended following terror attack

Rail strikes planned for next week have been suspended as a show of 'solidarity' with the people of Manchester following yesterday's terror attack

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MEP Sajjad Karim expresses shock

MEP Karim expresses shock and disbelief at "cowardly attack"

North West Conservative MEP Sajjad Karim, has reacted to the attack at the Manchester Arena last night, which killed 22 including children and injured 59.

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Isis have claimed responsibility for the atrocity

Islamic state claim responsibility for Manchester Arena suicide bombing

The Islamic State terror group has claimed responsibility for the Manchester suicide bombing.

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Louise Dewhurst, cancer awareness nurse with Cancer Research UK

Nurse aims to deter cancer with lifestyle tips

A Preston nurse – Louise Dewhurst – has an extensive knowledge of the devastating impact cancer can have on a patient and their families.

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Georgina meeting her idol Ariana Grande at a gig two years ago

School prays for bomb victim Georgina

Pupils and staff at bomb victim Georgina Callander’s old school were holding a special assembly today to remember the popular student.

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Georgina Callander

Friends pay tribute to “beautiful girl” killed in Manchester Arena bombing

The first victim of the Manchester Arena suicide bomber was named this morning as an 18-year-old student from Runshaw College in Leyland.

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A police cordon is in place around Manchester Arena

Chief constable pledges support to people of Manchester

Lancashire's chief constable has called for unity and vigilance in the wake of the Manchester Arena bomb attack.

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Bishop of Blackburn Julian Henderson (right) and the Bishop of Burnley Philip North

Bishops attack Manchester bombing as “barbaric beyond words or belief.”

Anglican bishops in Lancashire have issued a joint statement today condemning the bombing at the Manchester Arena.

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Ella Donnelly and her friend Emily at the Manchester Arena prior to the attack.

Lancaster student, 17, relives Manchester Arena explosion

A Lancaster teenager has described the moment she rescued two girls from being trampled following the devastating explosion at the Manchester Arena on Monday.

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Flowers left close to the Manchester Arena

Plea to blood donors after Manchester concert blast

Blood donors are being encouraged to keep their appointments to give blood following the explosion at a concert in Manchester.
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A man has been arrested in connection with last night's incident

Man arrested in connection with terror attacks at Manchester Arena

A man has been arrested following the terror attack at Manchester Arena.
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Photo Neil Cross Bleasdale Tower Open Gardens event Lucy Starkey

Bleasdale set to benefit after Tower opened gardens

The church, school and parish hall of Bleasdale will benefit from some special gardens being opened to the public.

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Bishop of Blackburn Julian Henderson (right) and the Bishop of Burnley Philip North

Bishop's condolences to Manchester terror victims

The Bishop of Burnley has spoken of his shock at the Manchester terror attack describing it as "barbaric beyond words".

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Rachel Dand, with her daughter Leah (right) and her friend Bella as they arrive at the concert last night just hours before the bomb blast

Lancashire schoolgirls were minutes from Manchester horror bomb blast

Two Burnley schoolgirls were just minutes away from the devastating bomb attack at the MEN arena last night.

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Emergency services at Manchester Arena

Homeless man cradled dying woman in his arms

A rough sleeper has tearfully described the moment a woman died in his arms from the explosion set off as fans left the Manchester Arena.
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Police close to the Manchester Arena the morning after a suspected terrorist attack at the end of a concert by US star Ariana Grande left 22 dead.

Region's football clubs shocked by Manchester Arena terror attack

Football clubs across the region have expressed shock and sadness after a bomb killed 22 people on Monday night.
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