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With fine wine, fine art and a fine sense of community, it's no wonder Ribchester has been so popular for so long.

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Sail into Crosby with our guide to what to do and see on this stretch of Lancashire's wonderfully-varied coast

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Crosby

Parts of Lancashire North of the Sands are about to become embroiled in a tug-of-war. Mike Glover reports

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Lake District

Staff and volunteers give an insider's view of what makes Sizergh Castle special

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Harry Potter and more awaits on a visit to Edinburgh's opulent Balmoral Hotel

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One avid campaigner is on a mission to illuminate and showcase the beauty of Lancashire churches

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Roger McGough 'the patron saint of poetry' explains why Formby is so special to him

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Working together is bringing results for creative people and businesses in the Ribble Valley

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Whalley

Wigan's new manifesto for change puts art and culture at the centre of the town's future

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Wigan

To launch our new series marking the turning of the seasons, Jon Flinn takes an early summer walk around Parbold

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The woman who wrote the best selling novel, Girl with a Pearl Earring, tells Lancashire Life why Pendle Hill means so much to her

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Pendle Hill

Forage for your own botanicals from Beacon Fell to make your own gin, with a little help from some experts

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Gin

This outstanding Arts & Crafts house-turned-hotel once provided a playground for one of Britain's most fascinating aristocrats.

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The beautiful blooms on display in Holker Hall were all grown just yards away in the gardens

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The River Ribble passes through many of our towns and villages and some breathtaking countryside as it makes its 75 mile journey from its source in the Yorkshire Dales to the Ribble Estuary near Lytham and Southport, where it joins the Irish Sea. We pick a small selection of walks from our archive that feature the famous waterway.

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The former home of Lancaster's witch finder has been given a reprieve after a death sentence caused by council cuts. Louise Bryning reports

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Lancaster

Paul Harrison looks back on a quarter of a century of achievement at one of the north's most successful holiday villages.

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Ribby Hall

This Lancashire community has had its challenges over the years but now things are looking up for the town - and its famous tower

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