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Pupils put to the technology test

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Lesly Vela and Neil White on the right with Sean Lovell and David Gellman.

Short film highlights globalisation concerns

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Is this your van? Police are keen to get in touch about a car accident they believe you may have witnessed.

Police appeal for white van driver who witnessed road accident

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Cook Mary Coar is retiring after 20 years at St Michael and St John's RC Primary School, Clitheroe.

Popular primary school cook serves her last plates of food

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Lost child reunited with her parents after appeal

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Have your say on 10-year cycling and walking plan

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Convenience store plans for ex-library

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Quakers’ new home is at the heart of the community

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A sheep had its leg ripped off in a dog attack at a farm in Burnley

Warning: Graphic image: Horror as newborn lambs and sheep slaughtered in dog attack

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Steve Peat and Hans Rey enjoying breakfast at the Derby Arms, Thornley, Longridge.

World champion wheelie enjoys local hospitality

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Police appeal for white van driver who witnessed road accident

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The accident happened between junctions 6 for Horwichand 5 for West Houghton.

UPDATE: Lane closed on southbound M61 after accident

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Train users are urged to check before they travel today as strike hits services across the north west.

Passengers urged to 'check before you travel' as strike hits north west trains

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New mobile phone rules saw 77 Lancashire drivers fined and given 6 penalty points for using phone while driving

New mobile phone rules saw 77 Lancashire drivers fined and given 6 penalty points for using phone while driving

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M6 closed following crash

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Hunt for missing sex offender

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School Council members from Chatburn Primary School with MP Nigel Evans during his visit to the school

School trip to Parliament cancelled after deadly terror attack

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University student Travis Frain is set to undergo surgery tonight after being deliberately run down by a 4x4 on Westminster Bridge

Lancashire terror victim 'lucky to be alive' says mum

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Can you help the police with this appeal?

Police appeal after horse riders spooked

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Pupils put to the technology test

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Cook Mary Coar is retiring after 20 years at St Michael and St John's RC Primary School, Clitheroe.

Popular primary school cook serves her last plates of food

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Flag-waving pupils brave freezing weather to meet the Prince

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The young volunteers running Spring into Phab.

Young people to stage family quiz night

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Award winner Stephen Smith.

Award is a dream come true for Stephen

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Popular primary school cook serves her last plates of food

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Read Library before it closed.

Convenience store plans for ex-library

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A sheep had its leg ripped off in a dog attack at a farm in Burnley

Warning: Graphic image: Horror as newborn lambs and sheep slaughtered in dog attack

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Nigel Evans MP meets with representatives of the Clitheroe Fairtrade group Kerry Fletcher, Wendy Higson and Katy Holden.

MP meets with Fairtrade champions who want to boost trade and income for poorest farmers

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Have your say on 10-year cycling and walking plan

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Read Library before it closed.

Convenience store plans for ex-library

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An information evening is being staged for those people considering adopting a child.

Information evening for those thinking of adopting

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The Conservative MP also paid tribute to fallen policeman, Keith Palmer, in the House of Commons today, saying he was one of us.

Ribble Valley MP calls for 'lasting memorial' to victims of terror attack

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Members of Clitheroe Fairtrade group, from left to right, Wendy Higson, Katy Holden and Betty Barker.

Congregations help to transform lives

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Short film highlights globalisation concerns

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Nigel Evans MP meets with representatives of the Clitheroe Fairtrade group Kerry Fletcher, Wendy Higson and Katy Holden.

MP meets with Fairtrade champions who want to boost trade and income for poorest farmers

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Towneley Hall and park

Park marked for improvements

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Support is there for those who need it this Mother's Day

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Dr David Wrigley

'Our health care is at its greatest point of crisis'

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Pupils from Ribblesdale High School and Rotarians at the now blooming crocus garden.

Help to eradicate crippling disease

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Daniel Darkes

Doctors now '80 per cent certain' Brit is the first person ever to cure himself of type 1 diabetes

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Matron Linda Gregson with supporters at the 2016 Graham Gardner Golf Day.

Golfers are urged to hole some cash for Critical Care Unit

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