EAST Lancs Northern Soul and Rhythm and Blues band Rambunkshus take to the stage with one of the North West’s hottest dance bands at The Grand, Clitheroe, on Saturday June 15th.
The war may be over but peacetime brings new challenges for three women from Bristol... not least their buried secrets.
Flora (3) fancies herself as a bit of a Bella.
In May 1931, 24-year-old Alfred Wainwright set out with three friends on a walk which would prove to be a gruelling test of man’s endurance against nature.
Every little girl wants to be a princess and do pink and sparkly things!
This book is an excellent one for first readers, budding bakers and craft queens.
There’s an ill-wind blowing through the troubled Republic of Niger... and it’s not just the dry, dusty, damaging Harmattan breeze that sweeps in from the Sahara across West Africa.
We all love Daisy, even the grown-ups! For a seven-year-old she has great wisdom! This book is great as it contains two stories.
It has been described as the biggest diet revolution since the Atkins, and the Fast Diet is fast becoming THE way to lose weight and keep healthy.
What an excellent book for youngsters just getting to grips with basic vocabulary and short sentences.
Here’s an invitation difficult to turn down... a trip to the beautiful Cornish coast, courtesy of one of Britain’s best-loved TV presenters.
Celebrity gardener Christine Walkden paid a visit to Lancashire to officially open The Glasshouse at Stydd, Ribchester.
Actor Ricky Tomlinson was in Clitheroe today (Friday) to officially open the town’s annual real ale festival.
When Tanya Byrne’s debut novel Heart-Shaped Bruise was published last year, it didn’t so much break onto the scene as explode in a myriad of starry-eyed reviews.
PLANS have been submitted to demolish the Moorcock Inn at Waddington and build three detached houses.
Elizabeth Loupas isn’t the first writer to be inspired by the marital mysteries surrounding the shadowy 16th century Duke of Ferrara... English poet Robert Browning got there first.
A magical experience awaits fans of CBeebies favourite “In The Night Garden’’ as the show takes to the stage in Manchester in August.
A FURTHER £300 has been raised for Victim Support through one of two fashion shows being held this year by Clitheroe’s Poze Boutique.
The Fall last played Clitheroe in 1985, at an open-air gig in the castle grounds writes Simon Wood.
Bangalore... southern India’s entrepreneurial boom city where tradition and technology, ancient cultures and industrial conglomerates, urban grime and suburban grace rub along together amidst a teeming mass of humanity.
Actor Ricky Tomlinson will officially open Clitheroe’s annual real ale festival on Friday, beginning two days of sampling some of the region’s finest brews.
Love her or hate her. There is no denying that Margaret Thatcher made her mark on British politics.
Young musicians performed a programme of music ranging from Handel to Lloyd Webber, taking in a tango or two, in the annual Stonyhurst St Mary’s Hall Music Competition.
What a beautiful album! I have to confess to not knowing much about Paper Aeroplanes.
The renowned Chief Inspector Van Veeteren might now be retired and ensconced in an antiquarian bookshop but his voice still speaks loud to his young protégé Ewa Moreno as she is drawn into a disturbing case...
This book is a wonderful way to introduce your little ones to nursery rhymes. Accompany Mr Wolf as he goes about his daily routine from breakfast to bedtime.
There is nothing better than curling up before bedtime with the children and reading them a fairytale.
There is something magical about gazing out onto water. And when your viewpoint allows you to drink in the goings-on of Scotland’s mighty Firth of Forth – there’s nothing better.
Travel writer extraordinaire Phoebe Smith takes outdoor adventures to a new extreme in this fascinating book.
Anyone who says love and politics don’t mix should pick up a copy of Midnight in St Petersburg, Vanora Bennett’s classy new novel.
In 1966 Rosie Whitehouse embarked on a love affair with the beautiful Italian Riveria. She travelled to Liguria, a country within a country.
It’s got to be hot and fun if its Jamaican. And this album is no exception. In the spring of 2011 Lee Thompson and Mark Bedford decided to pay homage to their roots.
Enjoy this book responsibly is the warning. And it is one author Cleo Rocos clearly wants to put across.
With its long history dating back to a permanent Roman settlement, an imposing hilltop castle and a rich variety of architectural gems, Lancaster has much to be proud of.
For over 300 years, Bluff House has loomed large over Whiskey Beach, facing the cold, turbulent Atlantic as if it was a challenge.
Thousands of jazz and blues fans converged on the Ribble Valley from all over the UK for a May Bank Holiday weekend of great music.
Judy Taylor’s domestic dilemma is one we can all recognise...
Music fan Anna Souroullas aims to rock Clitheroe with a gig she has organised single-handedly.
Thirteen years have passed since Lancashire-born author Trisha Ashley first published Good Husband Material and it’s pleasing to report that age has added a warm of layer of nostalgia to this edgy, earthy, exhilarating love story.
A NEW facility will open in Clitheroe to distribute food to those in need.
A well-known active community member, restaurant owner and mother of five has died after a two-year fight with cancer.
During the fourth Ribble Valley Jazz Festival Bank Holiday weekend starting tomorrow Friday May 3rd to Monday May 6th, The Atrium in Clitheroe is hosting a series of ticketed and non-ticketed events.
Prepare to be amazed... and amused... and totally blown away!
These days finding a bed for the night can feel like going to a shopping centre - they all scream corporate identity; the bland same.
It seems such a travesty to label Marian Keyes’ brilliantly funny books as chick-lit...
They say every picture tells a story... but here’s a story that paints a multitude of pictures.
These are certainly strange times in the world of music.
Kate Parker is convinced that she’s cursed; she’s that one in a million person to whom seriously bad things happen.
Lucy Zirins was only 12 years old when her uncle – a talented musician in his own right - died.
There’s no point in beating about the bush... the English language is simply littered with quirks which, to foreigners, must sound positively barking mad!
Popular, fast rising Burnley based metal band I.C.O.N have announced their 2013 UK tour continuing the promotion of their critically acclaimed debut album ‘New Born Lie’.
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Weather for Clitheroe
Friday 24 May 2013
Temperature: 4 C to 12 C
Wind Speed: 30 mph
Wind direction: North
Temperature: 5 C to 16 C
Wind Speed: 12 mph
Wind direction: North west