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Yesterday, 01:00
5 things to do in Lancashire

What's On in Lancashire and the Lake District this Bank Holiday weekend?

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Things to do in Lancashire
Yesterday, 00:00
Forest Side, Grasmere

The man who brought you Hipping Hall has created a luxurious fairytale hotel in glorious Grasmere. Roger Borrell reports

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Luxury Break Grasmere
Tue, 19:22
WiLd!

Tutti Frutti are a theatre company who specialise in performing for children and young people touring their shows both nationally and internationally. Robe Gemmell caught up with director Wendy Harris about their next show which is a first for the company.

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Tue, 17:05
Friesians in the stables at Myerscough Photo Sandy Kitching

Horse lovers from across the country will be heading to Lancashire this year to see animals from one of the world’s most striking breeds being put through their paces.

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Equestrian Summer in Lancashire
Thursday, April 21, 2016
Ladies in Lavender

Rob Gemmell goes to see the Lytham Anonymous Players production of Ladies in Lavender at the Lowther Pavilion in Lytham

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Wednesday, April 20, 2016
John Foxx

John Foxx was the original founder of the popular 70’s band, Ultravox and has a career which has spanned for nearly fifty years. I spoke to John about his time growing up in Chorley where he was born and his involvement in the adaptation of the E.M. Forster short story, “The Machine Stops” by Pilot Theatre and the York Theatre Royal.

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Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Berry Lane

There’s a lot of woolly thinking in this lovely Ribble Valley town, as Mairead Mahon discovers

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Longridge
Monday, April 18, 2016
Keswick From Latrigg mountain by Sean Nolan

Don’t miss out on Keswick if you’re heading towards Derwentwater to take some photos.

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photography Keswick
Saturday, April 16, 2016
Cartmel Racecourse

Whether you’re horse crazy or just along for the ride, equine related events are an important part of the summer season.

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Equestrian Summer in Lancashire
Friday, April 15, 2016
The Coppermines valley

Heather Troughton, who was born and bred in Coniston, shares the things she loves about this former Lancashire village

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Coniston

Wildlife

Monday, January 18, 2016
Red Squirrel

A revival of traditional skills, red squirrels and beautiful butterflies are predicted for this corner of old Lancashire. Mike Glover reports

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Thursday, December 10, 2015
Fallow deer tend to stick to the Pennine hills by Darin Smith

While reindeers are working overtime, Christmas is a good time to look out for their Lancashire cousins, writes Lancashire Wildlife Trust’s Alan Wright

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Friday, August 21, 2015
Lakeland Wildlife

Noisy toads, exotic dragonflies and short-eared owls – just a few examples of the wonderful wildlife in Cumbria, reports Charlotte Rowley.

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Lake District
Monday, July 20, 2015
Dee and Daniel Ashman and cheetah 'Khaleesi' at their Predator Experience in Ayside

Cheetahs are quiet and amiable, according to their owners, but they’ve caused a big row in a tiny Lakeland village near Cartmel, as Sue Riley reports

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Monday, July 6, 2015
Grey Seal Photo Martha Tressler

Marine wildlife expert Dr Emily Baxter urges urgent action to set up conservation zones off the north west coast

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Coastal Lancashire

Photography

Monday, April 18, 2016
Keswick From Latrigg mountain by Sean Nolan

Don’t miss out on Keswick if you’re heading towards Derwentwater to take some photos.

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photography Keswick
Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Ullswater by Mick Gardner

Ullswater inspired William Wordsworth to write his famous Daffodils poem and it’s also given our readers plenty of scenic views

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photography
Monday, March 21, 2016
Spring has sprung, Fleetwood by Austin Donnelly

We love Lancashire all year round, but there are few places in the world as pretty as our county in Spring

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photography

Places

Yesterday, 01:00
5 things to do in Lancashire

What's On in Lancashire and the Lake District this Bank Holiday weekend?

Read Full Story »
Things to do in Lancashire
Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Berry Lane

There’s a lot of woolly thinking in this lovely Ribble Valley town, as Mairead Mahon discovers

Read Full Story »
Longridge
Friday, April 15, 2016
The Coppermines valley

Heather Troughton, who was born and bred in Coniston, shares the things she loves about this former Lancashire village

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Coniston
Thursday, April 14, 2016
The picture of donkeys on St Annes beach is by Lancashire Life artist Nick Oliver. See more of his work at www.smilecreative.co.uk or contact him at 01257 427465.

St Annes hasn’t lost its pulling power as a place to visit, as Emma Mayoh discovered

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Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Windermere Railway Station takes many first-time visitors by surprise.

Despite its name, Windermere village is more than a mile from the lakeside but this bustling community should not be overlooked, writes Mike Glover

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Bowness Windermere

Walks

Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Foulridge Reservoir

I should take my woolly hat off to my friend John Serjeant - he never gets it wrong when suggesting a walk. I had decided that my next outing would be around the moors of Haslingden Grane and I asked John to accompany me.

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Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Gummer's How walk

This walk around Gummer’s How takes in some of the finest views in the south Lakes

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Lake District Walks
Wednesday, March 9, 2016
Winter Hill

Murder, a plane crash and the remains of Bronze Age man accompany John Lenehan as he walks to Winter Hill on a day when it lived up to its name

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Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Nicky Nook

Blink and you’ll miss the turn-off to this lovely little village which has great walks and no less than three excellent watering holes. John Lenehen reports

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Bowland Walks
Sunday, January 10, 2016
Whalley from the Nab

John Lenehan takes us past seven million bricks on a walk with one of the finest start points in Lancashire

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Ribble Valley Walks

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