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Ribchester born law graduate followed his passion for wine to create successful Whalley business

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John Alpe at the stepping stones at New Laund Farm

Taking a Lancashire farm to the city

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Pupils at Gisburn Primary School using the standing desks.

New standing desk for children unveiled at primary school

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Two people have been arrested on suspicion of murder

Murder investigation launched after baby death

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Kate invites volunteers to join her army

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Top things to do at the weekend (January 20 to 22)

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Burnley to resettle five Syrian refugee families this year

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Lancashire’s Council Taxpayers face rises of more than 4%

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Representatives from East Lancs Hospice and the Ribble Valley Foodbank receive their cheques from members of Clitheroes service organisations, joined by members of the Community Bonfire Committee. Photo by David Bleazard.

Charities boosted as bonfire raises a new record amount

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Car park could get second deck

Existing busy car park could get second deck

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New speed cameras will help tackle crash deaths

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John Fillis, cabinet member for highways and transport, has said the county's gritters are set to be very busy.

Lancs gritters prepped ahead of snow warnings

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The A59 in Clitheroe is closed this morning after a car crash.

Car crash closes road

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Police urge drivers to take care when driving in icy conditions.

Police are urging drivers to take care in icy conditions

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Travellers are being urged to check routes are clear before they set off.

Environment Agency urges travellers to check flood risk ahead of Christmas getaway

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Police investigation into alleged electricity theft at Indian restaurant

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Crews attend house blaze in Burnley

Fire crews rescue woman trapped in bedroom

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Police investigate alleged assault on taxi driver

Man arrested after alleged assault on Burnley taxi driver

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Crews attend Clitheroe incident

Dawsons evacuated after fire alarms sound

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Ribchester born law graduate followed his passion for wine to create successful Whalley business

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John Alpe at the stepping stones at New Laund Farm

Taking a Lancashire farm to the city

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Tyler Phillips (right) a student at Oakhill School, Whalley, with teachers  Matthew Lacy, David Peel and Kate Rollason after taking part in the East Lancashire Hospice 10k race. (s)

Star Tyler steals the show as youngest competitor in charity 10k race

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It's cold and icy out there.

SNOW UPDATE: Primary school closed due to adverse weather

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MP Ben Wallace

Government minister visits Lancashire following complaints about county council’s library closures

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Ribchester born law graduate followed his passion for wine to create successful Whalley business

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John Alpe at the stepping stones at New Laund Farm

Taking a Lancashire farm to the city

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Lancashire County Council's deputy leader, County Coun David Borrow

Lancashire’s Council Taxpayers face rises of more than 4%

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Bird flu has been confirmed in a handful of chickens and ducks

Bird flu zone widens into Ribble Valley

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Burnley to resettle five Syrian refugee families this year

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Lancashire County Council's deputy leader, County Coun David Borrow

Lancashire’s Council Taxpayers face rises of more than 4%

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Healthcare crisis

Councillors’ plea to health bosses to ‘tell it like it is’

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Prime minister May

Britain's 12 Brexit objectives - which are the most important?

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It's cold and icy out there.

SNOW UPDATE: Primary school closed due to adverse weather

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Taking a Lancashire farm to the city

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Bird flu has been confirmed in a handful of chickens and ducks

Bird flu zone widens into Ribble Valley

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Tony Cooper (on the right) being congratulated by Andy Clements, director of the BTO, on receipt of his Jubilee Medal.

Ornithologist Tony gains national award

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Kate invites volunteers to join her army

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Macmillan committee members pose with some of the raffle prizes at the 
Macmillan fundraiser night at The Grand, Clitheroe.

'Oh what a night' for cancer support charity

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Healthcare crisis

Councillors’ plea to health bosses to ‘tell it like it is’

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NHS bill for swimming infections

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There are people to turn to if you are feeling low.

Support on the bluest Monday of the year

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