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Design course is all child’s play at Lancaster Royal Grammar School

Lower Sixth students studying A-level Product Design at Lancaster Royal Grammar School have been working on a project with The Loyne Specialist School to design and make toys for their pupils.

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Simon Hutchinson of Halton who has Lyme Disease.

Lancaster man’s 12-year fight to have debilitating condition recognised

Simon Hutchinson was just months away from graduating from Lancaster University and had his first job lined up when out of the blue he contracted Lyme disease.

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Police issue warning after £100k scam

Police issue warning after £100k scam

Police are warning people to be extra vigilant following reports of fraudsters targeting Lancashire residents purporting to be from a telecommunications company.

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Reuben Gittens canoeing to school.

Lancaster schoolboy makes a splash on school run

A Lancaster pupil made a splash on the school run – by arriving in a canoe!

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Solomon Yitbarek.

Lancaster asylum seeker speaks about incredible escape in Ethiopia

“I knew I would be arrested so I just ran.”

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Jed Kane.

Police search for motorist after collision in Morecambe

Police are looking for a motorist who rammed a car in Morecambe at the weekend.

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Lancaster theatre wins award for supporting youth

Lancaster theatre wins award for supporting youth

The Dukes has won a prestigious award for supporting young people who want to work in creative industries.

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Ann and Sean O'Hagan outside Harry's Bar.

New Morecambe bar keeps up family traditions

A Morecambe family’s longstanding links to the town are being celebrated at a new bar.

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VIDEO: Morecambe war hero takes to skies again at 95

World War Two veteran Jack Bracewell took to the skies at the weekend – at the age of 95.

VIDEO: Morecambe war hero takes to skies again at 95

World War Two veteran Jack Bracewell took to the skies at the weekend – at the age of 95.
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Crowds gather at the Lancaster Pride 2018 event.

How one man’s life led to launch of vital Lancaster charity

This month marks 10 years since a charity specifically aimed at supporting those in Lancaster’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community was set up.

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Emma and Paul Woodhouse with Nicole, Jack and Mikey. Photo by Danielle Houghton of Flutterby Dreams Photography

Lancaster mum’s thank you to nurses after baby loss

A mum who tragically lost one of her twin daughters at birth has thanked the maternity staff at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary for their support.

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Delme Thomas as King Louis in The Three Musketeers at Williamson Park, Lancaster,

REVIEW: The Three Musketeers, Williamson Park

Swashes were buckled and rapiers rattled as Alexandre Dumas’ classic tale The Three Musketeers – or in this case ‘the three miss-keteers’ – was given a fresh twist by Dukes director Sarah Punshon.

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O negative blood donors are urgently needed after a drop in donations

Urgent need for O negative blood in Lancaster after heatwave and World Cup cut donations

Blood donations in Lancaster have dropped because of the hot weather and England’s fantastic run in the World Cup.

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Morecambe’s volunteer lifeboat crew launch to report of man cut off by the tide

Morecambe’s volunteer lifeboat crew launch to report of man cut off by the tide

Morecambe’s volunteer RNLI lifeboat crew launched after a report that a man had been cut off by the incoming tide.

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Robert Welsh.

Tribute paid to driver, 94, who died in Melling collision

The family of a pensioner who died following a collision in Melling has paid tribute to “a devoted father and grandfather” who played an active role in World War 2.

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Sport helps Lancaster & Morecambe College students to tackle mental health

Sport helps Lancaster & Morecambe College students to tackle mental health

Students at Lancaster & Morecambe College have been taking part in different sporting activities in a bid to highlight mental health issues.

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Students, staff and members of the King's Own Royal Regiment Museum view poppies planted on the site of the former Bowerham Barracks.

Poppies pay tribute at Lancaster’s old army barracks

Poppies to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War have been planted in an historic part of the Lancaster campus of the University of Cumbria.

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Angela Murphy.

Tribute paid after pensioner dies in Catterall collision

A family has paid tribute after a pensioner died in a road collision last week.

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Heysham grandmother to brave skies after terrifying health scare onboard plane

Heysham grandmother to brave skies after terrifying health scare onboard plane

A grandmother who endured a terrifying health scare on a plane is planning to conquer her fear by doing a 11,000ft charity skydive.

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