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Regular Guardian nostalgia contributor Terry Ainsworth sent us this photograph of children at Caton Primary School in 1949.
The family owners of a Lancaster holiday park celebrated English Tourism Week by shining the spotlight on a local craft brewery.
Tributes have been paid to Labour former whip Baroness Farrington of Ribbleton, who has died aged 77.
An event to help people who suffer from tinnitus is being held at Morecambe Library on April 19.
Miles-Moore Ceramics have won Best Creative Business at the Cumbria Family Business Awards.
A man is campaigning for a plastic free Lancaster and Morecambe to help the environment and give his grandchildren a better future.
The RNLI is calling on people visiting the coast this Easter to respect the water and remember sea temperatures are still cold.
Bus campaigners at the Lancaster District Bus Users’ Group are welcoming the extended “Dales Bus” services that link Morecambe, Lancaster and Kirkby Lonsdale with the Yorkshire Dales.
Lancashire County Council is investing £30,000 in lifesaving equipment, which will be installed across the county.
More than 1,300 local schoolchildren came together to perform four concerts at the Ashton Hall to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the Lancaster and District Schools’ Singing Festival.
A group of volunteers are on a mission to transform Morecambe’s back alleys into colourful community gardens.
A Lancaster couple who got married 65 years ago will be renewing their vows in a special ceremony.
A fish and chip shop owner will be running the equivalent of a marathon a day over Easter to raise money for charity.
Many Lancashire residents are able to access the county council’s library and information service where they live, thanks to its fleet of six mobile vehicles.
A popular Morecambe band is appealing for help to replace its ageing drums.
Eight players from Lancaster University Rugby Union took time out of their training and studies to save lives by donating blood at Lancaster Donor Centre.
This week, Your Workplace features the AM Services Group, who have their headquarters in Heysham.
A community meeting to discuss flooding is being held at St Paul’s Hala Centre, Hala Square, from 7.30pm on Tuesday April 3.
A mum from Bentham took to the air at the weekend for a worthy cause.
With Good Friday almost upon us, the tradition of eating fish rather than meat on this particular bank holiday will be followed by people around the UK, with many opting to indulge in a tasty portion of Fish and Chips.