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This is no longer a sleepy coastal community full of retired folk but a town set to entertain Lancashire.
The Inspiring Women Awards lunch will be packed with awesome females. But who will be the winners?
Blackpool-born cricketer Steven Croft speaks of his pride at being awarded a testimonial year
With International Women’s Day this month, Helen Pankhurst considers the progress made in the fight for equality in the century since women were granted the vote. Paul Mackenzie reports
An inspirational mum from St Annes has raised tens of thousands of pounds since the sudden death of her young son, as Paul Mackenzie reports.
Rural communities throughout the UK could be eligible to receive funding via the Calor Rural Community Fund from energy provider Calor
Commonwealth Games hopeful Sarah Davies is a top weightlifter but there’s a softer side to this Lancashire lass. Roger Borrell reports
A singing group has been raising money for the RNLI with traditional sea shanties. Jo Skorecki dropped in to the lifeboat station to meet them.
Lancaster’s popular orchestra has a new man at the conductor’s podium
Alison O’Neill has become well-known as The Barefoot Shepherdess but life in the fells would be impossible without her four-legged friends. Emily Rothery met them.
Lancashire has witnessed some of the most important events in the Suffragette movement, we take a look at the places where you can see them first-hand.
Many of us are frustrated by our inability to swim well. Sarah Hill did something about it and now helps others. She spoke to Roger Borrell.
Blackpool legend Jimmy Armfield spoke to Lancashire Life in 2008 about fighting cancer, being the county’s busiest pensioner and autograph etiquette. Interview by Paul Mackenzie.
PHOTOGRAPHY BY SARA CUFF
Come rain or shine, this dedicated team of volunteers will be on the roads helping save lives. Rebekka O’Grady reports
It’s hard to tell which are the hardier in winter - the farmers or the sheep. Writer and photographer Irene Amiet went to find out
Stonyhurst College houses the oldest surviving museum collection in the English speaking world.
Roger Borrell reports
Britain has never produced another hero like Dan Dare. Charlie Connelly pays tribute to a figure with strong Lancashire roots who has shaped our art, literature, science and architecture.
It’s been an action packed year in Lancashire, how much of it can you remember?
Accrington’s Hollie Steel is back where her career began ten years ago as a hopeful on Britain’s Got Talent, writes Rebekka O’Grady.
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