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One in 10 churches across the North West are under threat because of concerns about their condition, according to Historic England.
The countdown has begun for a magical two day festival of light, music, art and fireworks in the city.
The organiser of Lancaster Music Festival said he’d like to see the city’s music scene thrive all year round – not just for five days in October.
Lancaster charity Ascentis has been announced as the Awarding Organisation of the Year, for their services to education, at the FAB (Federation of Awarding Bodies) 2017 Awards.
Police would like to speak to this man (pictured) in relation to an incident that happened on August 15, 2017.
A father with advanced dementia who managed to walk his daughter down the aisle on her wedding day has passed away.
A Zen Buddhist priest from Lancaster is walking 250 miles to London to spread his message of peace.
Lancaster University said it is considering a request from a government minister asking for details on how it teaches European affairs, particularly ‘Brexit’.
Comedian Eric Morecambe’s favourite car will be going under the hammer next month.
Lancaster Clothes Rail is making a comeback!
The dream of appointing a mayor for the whole of Lancashire has died.
A senior peer has called for the Government to intervene in the crisis at County Hall and consider sending in a Commissioner to run the county council.
A large club night will put the life back into Morecambe’s West End as an entertainment destination, says a businessman.
A Longridge couple’s venture into the micro pub business has been so successful, they are now expanding to a neighbouring village.
A Morecambe family are featuring in a TV special highlighting the important work of CancerCare as part of the BBC’s annual Children in Need coverage.
The following people were dealt with at Lancaster Magistrates Court:
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A Lune Valley farming family has scooped a top award for innovation after becoming the first in the UK to team up with London’s hipster baristas.
A decision to slash the budget for renewing road signs and highway markings in Lancashire will put lives at risk, critics claim.