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Cricketer-turned-commentator David ‘Bumble’ Lloyd talks about Lancashire’s hopes, the challenges facing the game, and his new book.

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Will pensions be affected by Brexit? Here’s a look at the current climate and whether you need a financial adviser for your pension.

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Ad Feature Millennium Care open Worthington Lake Care Home in Standish

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Millennium Care believe in independence and ‘Why not’ when it comes to what helping their residents fulfil dreams.

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My favourite place - Sushil Chudasama

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Actor and broadcaster Sushil Chudasama explains why a Blackburn park is so special to him

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As Lancashire prepares to join in the commemoration of the end of the First Wold War, we look at some unique projects inspiring our communities

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Don Warrington is back at Manchester’s Royal Exchange in Arthur Miller’s Death of A Salesman

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From Lancashire horse thief to one of the New World’s most respected businesswomen – John Wright examines the remarkable life of Molly Haydock.

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Bury

My favourite place - Justin Moorhouse

Monday, October 22, 2018

Justin Moorhouse shares his love of Old Trafford

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Cushions that go slump in the night, spirits that make your leg go cold and hooded figures passing through closed doors are just some of the mysterious happenings at Lytham Hall

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Poulton people came together to give an historic church hall a major overhaul, as Stephen Spencer reports.

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My favourite place - Rachel McQueen

Friday, October 5, 2018

Marketing Lancashire chief executive Rachel McQueen shares some of her best loved tastes of the county

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Many youngsters their age are content to play with their toys, but a Bowness brother and sister are happiest in their walking boots.

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Enthusiastic amateur musicians from Lancaster are celebrating a special anniversary with a series of concerts.

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A 12-year-old from St Helens has gone the extra mile to say thank you to hospital staff for saving his baby brother’s life.

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War stories from the Kay-Shuttleworth family history have gone on show at their ancestral home, Gawthorpe Hall

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Poet Yrsa Daley-Ward was born in Chorley to a Jamaican mother and a Nigerian father. She was brought up by devout Seventh Day Adventist grandparents and worked as a fashion model before moving into poetry. Her latest book, The Terrible, is a memoir about girlhood, femininity, family secrets, addiction, sexuality and mental health. She now lives in New York.

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Making a television programme about the Lakes has re-affirmed Paul Rose’s deep affection for the area

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Lake District

A fascinating look at the lives of Lancashire women in times past is now available to a worldwide audience.

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A new awards scheme,supported by Lancashire Life, is designed to shine a light on our successful family businesses

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Lancashire was the first county to support the There But Not There campaign. Tony Attard explains why

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