Lancaster Guardian

Council to monitor progress on reducing county's high suicide rate

News
Buttermere Avenue

Four men appear in court after woman shot in face

Crime
Heysham High.

Two schools in Lancaster district on Ofsted list of shame

News
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Children in Morecambe ‘suffering from rickets due to poverty’

News

Councils must take action to prevent future flooding in Lancashire says Green councillor

News

Lancaster landlord crafts new beer venture in city

Business

County Council leader Geoff Driver calls for auditors to investigate payments of £.5m council health and wellbeing grants

News
Be prepared for those questions

How to answer 9 of the most challenging questions kids love to ask

Health
Many Britons  are still nervous about clearing snow for fear of getting punished

Can you get sued for clearing snow and ice from your driveway? And what you should NEVER use

Environment
Phil Goymer.

Table Tennis: Goymer in great form for impressive Raptors

News
Callum Lang scores Morecambe's second goal in the win over Coventry.

Jim Bentley’s delight as Morecambe rediscover scoring form

Football
Damon Hall has been in great form for Vale of Lune. Picture: Tony North.

Winter weather sees Vale’s trip to Northwich called off

News

Isaac Lowe's British title fight with Ryan Walsh lands on George Groves-Chris Eubank Jnr card

Sport

Morecambe boss challenges Vadaine Oliver to kick after Coventry display

Football

Just two games played as winter weather hits Lancaster and Morecambe football fixtures

Football

UPDATE: Confusion as Tyson Fury’s anti-doping hearing fails to start as planned

Sport

Jim Bentley says standard has been set after Morecambe’s win over Coventry

Football
Don't Tell The Bride is back

Grooms: Do you have what it takes to pull off the ultimate wedding?

TV and Film

Five In A Bar to perform in Lancaster

Music
Lancaster Castle.

Christmas markets at Lancaster Castle

News

Five In A Bar to perform in Lancaster

Music
Drawing by David Hartnup of Thistle House by moonlight, formally the Crown and Thistle public house. It is situated at The Cross, Main Street, Wray. Around 1860, teh Crown and Thistle was purchased by the Reverand W Ripley with the intention of closing it for the sale of alcohol. He wished to curb what he believed to be the excessive drinking habits of Wray's inhabitants. The Reverent Ripley also opened a reading room for the village next door to the former public house. This was in use between 1861 and 1882. Picture by Bentham Imaging, Jon Brook.

Nostalgia: Looking back at a Wray policeman

Nostalgia