Tractor Run in memory of Sabden farmer supports new unit

It was with great pride that the Pendleside Tractor Run handed over their cheque to East Lancashire Hospitals Trust.

The Joy to the World concert.

Capacity audience attends Joy to the World concert

The Joy to the World  concert on Sunday at Trinity Methodist Church and Community Hub in Clitheroe was attended by a capacity audience in spite of it being a very cold evening and earlier threat of snow.

Brookside footballers.

One in the back of the net for Clitheroe primary pupils

Young footballers at a Clitheroe primary school scored a hat-trick during a recent football competition.

St Michael and St Johns Ladies Group presenting their cheque.

Ladies group and workout crew raise hundreds for hospice

A Clitheroe church’s ladies group have been praised for their fundraising efforts.

The White Horse Inn, Clitheroe.

Domino’s takeaway at former Clitheroe pub

Planners have approved an application for part of a derelict pub to be used as a hot food takeaway.

The modern Shetland jacket

Gear review: The Originals Collection - Shetland jacket

Fresh in our minds following a brilliant trip to Shetland was the mixed bag of weather we experienced.

5 second rule

Game review: Staccups and Five Second Rule by University Games

Christmas presents a great opportunity for all the family to get together and play games!

Norwood Hall Hotel

Travel review: Norwood Hall Hotel, Aberdeen, Scotland

It is always nice to score a first when you visit somewhere new.  And we hit lucky when we found ourselves sitting in Scotland’s latest – a  low hydrogen powered taxi.
This "is an old way of eating ricotta in Tuscany as a breakfast or merenda (an afternoon snack)"

How to make Katie and Giancarlo Caldesi's coffee and ricotta shots

Sweet, simple and small equals the perfect dessert.
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Ancient Roman city of Perge

Travel: Luxury in the ancient land where sun always shines: Antalya, Turkey

The Loggerhead turtle winds her way through azure seas, bobbing her head lazily from the warm, salty, water
BG Fencing

Lancashire recommends... places to get a Christmas tree

If you are thinking of buying a Christmas tree, try these places, as voted by our readers.
There are lots of pitfalls you can avoid to help save your money if you are thinking of hiring a car for a winter holiday.

Top travel tips for hiring wheels for a getaway winter break

Holidays may be the last thing on your mind as Christmas approaches.

The colossal size pudding

Asda launch foot long chocolate eclair

The most gluttonous time of the year just got a bit more decadent as Asda have just revealed their latest addition to the bakery aisle – a foot long chocolate éclair.

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MP Graham Jones prepares to cut the ribbon to open the Martholme Viaduct with (from left to right)  Great Harwood councillor Noodad Aziz, Rawden Kerr, who is the Great Harwood town crier,  John Barker, chairman of Martholme Greenway and Will Heynes from Sustrans.

History made as viaduct opens for first time in 20 years

Campaigners, who fought to have part of a historic viaduct opened for the first time in 20 years, are already looking ahead to the next stage of their scheme.

Judith Charmers in Wish You Were Here

'Retro destinations' tipped for comeback for UK holidaymakers

Tour operator Thomas Cook says "retro destinations" are making a comeback with holidaymakers.

Key Stage 1 pupils on the new trim trail.

Make-over for Clitheroe primary school playground

A playground at a Clitheroe school has undergone a make-over thanks to both its Friends and Tesco supermarket.
Christmas tree

Where is the best place to go for a Christmas tree?

December is nearly upon us, so it's time to think about putting up the tree.
Fish tacos from The Road To Mexico by Rick Stein

How to make Rick Stein's fish tacos with chilli and coriander

You may not want to share these tasty morsels.
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Underwater photography presentation to Ribblesdale Camera Club.

Spectacular underwater photography presentation to camera club

Ribblesdale Camera Club’s last meeting was modestly billed as “underwater photography”.

Retorica and Martin Fogel. Photo by Ken Geddes.

Award-winning guitarist joins exciting violin duo to wow Ribble Valley audience

Add an award-winning international guitarist to two award-winning international violinists and you might expect a memorable concert, writes Ken Geddes.
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