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These are the 70 nominations for our list of the county’s most celebrated people
Author Caroline Scott honours the worthy women who would fully ‘do their bit’ with spade, saw and plough to win the war.
At the tender age of 12, actor Henry Farmer has been on the road and away from home for many months. Now he’s heading home. Catherine Smyth went to meet him
Barbara Anne will take the place of HM The Queen on the Fylde coast. Paul Mackenzie reports
A decade working in the Home Office helped prepare Blackburn’s Tez Ilyas for a career in stand-up comedy, writes Paul Mackenzie.
We have selected the items that will form our History of Lancashire in 70 Objects.
We’re searching for the items which tell the county’s story as we prepare to mark Lancashire Life’s 70th anniversary
A chance encounter in a Preston street led Elizabeth Grant to the finals of Miss World. She tells Mairead Mahon her story and the tragedy that spurred her on.
One of the Ribble Valley’s oldest hotels has had a stylish contemporary make-over, writes Roger Borrell.
Businesses from across the UK joined Leith Planning to celebrate its 25th anniversary at the De Vere Hotel, Blackpool.
Northern Cleft Foundation Magical Midsummer Ball
17th annual event over raises £8,000
Formby’s frock stars
Chipping Steam Fair returned for a successful 19th year.
Charity events raises funds for Rosemere Cancer Foundation and St Catherine’s Hospice.
Burnley based project, T.E.A.M R.I.S.E. to benefit from event
The 40th anniversary of the annual fair in Newburgh was celebrated in style by 150 guests.
The award-winning actress has never lost her sparkle, as Martin Pilkington discovers
Mairead Mahon meets the actor who is helping to spread some Lake District sweetness to the stars of Hollywood
TV stardom awaits Barrowford’s Rebecca Jane, who went on the trail of a wayward husband and found a new career. Mairead Mahon reports
Lancashire’s Justin Moorhouse is big in comedy, but not as big as he used to be. Paul Mackenzie reports.
Former Bury schoolgirl Nicola Schindler is one of the most powerful women in TV. As her new series Ordinary Lies begins Mairead Mahon caught up with her.
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