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Kirkby Lonsdale has become the setting for a new Hollywood film starring Robert Downey Jr and Antonio Banderas.
The new mayor of Lancaster officially donned his robes at a ceremony on Friday May 11 in the Ashton Hall.
Lancaster City Council says it is stepping up a gear in offering MOT services to motorists as part of the authority’s drive to be more “commercially minded”.
Have you seen Connor Halliwell? Police are appealing for information leading to his whereabouts.
Dog owners reassured over deadly disease by Mansfield dog walking business owner Mansfield dog business owner
The owner of a dog-walking and boarding company has urged dog owners to remain calm as cases of Alabama rot spread.
A Lancaster man has been deported to his home country despite his bid to claim asylum in the UK on safety grounds.
The Exchange Creative Community on West Street will soon be expanding after plans to take over a former church came to fruition.
This photo of students at Balmoral County Secondary School (now Heysham High) was sent in to us by Lynne Hobin.
Residents at a Chorley retirement village were all smiles recently, after a performance from a Chester rap/hip-hop artist.
An epic journey across the UK to bring communities together sets off from Morecambe on Wednesday.
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Social Link Up have been working in the digital sector for more than 10 years. They are a family-run business that offers a personalised service to all of their clients no matter the size of the business.
A little fizz has helped bring young entrepreneur Michael's vespa back to life for a new Lancashire wine bar adventure
Following a bold vision has paid off for Michael Elders as his unique Michelino’s bar business is motoring along nicely......
The first of 12 ‘Visitation Services’, centred on the theme of ‘hope’ and led by the Archdeacons of Blackburn and Lancaster, take place across the Diocese this week and continue throughout May.
Wray’s Scarecrow Festival and Fair has ended and the scarecrows have gone back into hibernation for another year.
A commuter from Warton who lectures at the University of Manchester says rail passengers are in “open revolt” over the “total collapse” of some services in the north of England.
Reporter Nick Lakin took a tour of the Materials Recovery Facility at Farington, near Leyland, to find out what happens to our recyclable waste.
A “terrified” Lancaster man face deportation due to a “Home Office decision-making lottery.”
A community organisation that offers workshops using art forms to build confidence for all ages and abilities has been awarded a grant to buy a van.
Wildlife is thriving along the Millennium Cycleway trhough Caton thanks to the help of local youngsters.