Clitheroe Advertiser and Times

Lancashire County Councillor quits Tory party in intimidation row

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Have a go at cricket

Have a go...........at cricket

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The statepension agewill rise from 67 to 68 from 2037

State pension age to rise to 68 earlier than planned

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Will helps change lives through business

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Nurse with MS inspires 1,500 mile adventure

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Drumming Mayor’s benefit gig with a difference

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Mum's fight to eradicate virus

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Milton Avenue residents, from left to right, Margaret Jackson, Gladys Baines, Margaret Rigby, John Haworth, and Alison Knight holding daughter Martha.

Residents’ anger at new homes site disruption

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Police received a report of a dog bite in Sabden at around 11pm.

Sabden man treated for dog bite

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Whalley Road professional Matt Walker

Read professional Walker wants to match success of the club’s halcyon days

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Ian Britcliffe in action against Earby.

Bowlers in business for Ribble Valley sides

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Whalley's Stuart Crabtree

Whalley waltz through to yet another cup climax

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Jack Cork has signed for the Clarets once more

Development a sign of club’s ambition - Cork

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Midfield links wide of the mark

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Clitheroe are keeping up old traditions

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Clarets Rumour Mill: What the national media are saying

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One-time Clarets target set for Anfield

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Ride the Lights in Blackpool is just one of the free events you could try

SPECIAL REPORT: Free events will keep youngsters entertained

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Some members of the fund raising group for St John's Read and St Peter's Simonstone. Back row John Aizlewood and the Rev. Robert Fielding, front row Daphne Rix, Lynne Clarke,  Susan Liles, Joyce Andrew and Zena Jeffries.

Drumming Mayor’s benefit gig with a difference

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Have a go at cricket

Have a go...........at cricket

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Youngsters can keep busy this summer

On your marks for Clitheroe summer activities

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