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New trust helps save Lancaster charity forest garden

If you go down to the woods today, you’ll discover a secret garden that deserves to be shouted about!

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Lancaster band pull out of Highest Point festival due to illness

Lancaster band Lowes have been forced to cancel their Saturday evening performance at Highest Point festival.

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Bikers line route for Russell's funeral

Hundreds of bikers lined the streets for the funeral of Blood Bikes volunteer Russell Curwen, who died while on duty.
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SCHOOL DAYS: Dallas Road School

SCHOOL DAYS: Dallas Road School

Lancaster Guardian football historian Terry Ainsworth sent us this photo of pupils at Dallas Road School in 1962.

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Fire in Water Street on May 18 2018. Photo by Jason Henderson.

Man arrested after Lancaster flats fire

A man has been arrested of suspicion of arson after a fire at a block of flats in Lancaster early this morning.

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Labour retain seats on Lancaster City Council

Labour retain seats on Lancaster City Council

Labour Party candidates retained three seats on Lancaster City Council following a by-election this week.

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Charles will accompany Ms Markle down the aisle at her wedding to Prince Harry, Kensington Palace said. Photo: PA Wire.

ROYAL WEDDING LATEST: Prince Charles to walk Meghan Markle down the aisle

The Prince of Wales will accompany Meghan Markle down the aisle at her wedding to Prince Harry, Kensington Palace said.
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The Ludus team.

YOUR WORKPLACE: Ludus Dance

The Ludus Dance team is based at the Assembly Rooms in King Street.

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Traffic delays following Lancaster city centre incident

Traffic is currently backed up on Lancaster’s one-way system following a reported medical incident at Waterstone’s in King Street.

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Anna with her husband Ben at the end of the event.

Myerscough College student’s Sahara challenge

A PhD student from Morecambe has completed the gruelling ‘toughest footrace on Earth’ to raise money for student charities

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SLIDESHOW: Animal magic at fun park event for CancerCare

Dogs of all shapes, sizes and breeds put their best paws forward at CancerCare’s annual Bark in the Park event.

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Amanda Sackville-Wiggins.

Lancaster student’s £80k bid for rare liver cancer treatment

At a time when she should have been celebrating her 21st birthday, Lancaster student Amanda Sackville-Wiggins was given the devastating news that she had a rare form of liver cancer.

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Patisserie Valerie will be doing afternoon teas.

Patisserie shop opens its doors in Lancaster

Patisserie Valerie is due to open its new cafe in Lancaster on Tuesday May 22.

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File photo dated 27/01/15 of a selection of one pound coins, two pound coins and bank notes, as Sterling continued to slide against the US dollar as trading reopened after Friday's record crash. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Monday June 27, 2016. The pound dropped to 1.3390 dollars as markets resumed in Asia, a fall of more than 2.1% on top of the 10% plunge seen after Thursday's referendum. See PA story CITY Pound. Photo credit should read: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

HMRC warns of fraudsters after tax scam

HMRC is calling on people to stay vigilant in the fight against fraudsters, who are using email and text messages to scam them out of their savings.

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Dolphinlee House and lancaster Intermediate Care Centre.

Events across Lancashire for dementia week

Events to support Dementia Action Week are being held at Lancashire County Council’s care homes and day centres.

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VIDEO: Walkers set off from Morecambe for national event

An epic journey across the UK to bring communities together set off from Morecambe on Wednesday.

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Suicide verdict after man walks into river Lune

A Lancaster man took his own life after walking into the 
River Lune, an inquest heard.

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Darryl Rothwell, manager at Yess Electrical (second from left) with teachers and pupils at Sandylands Primary School on Friday bacon butties day, a new initiative sponsored by the business to help tackle child poverty.

Morecambe schoolkids say YESS to bacon buns

Children at Sandylands Primary School tucked into bacon butties as part of a new initiative sponsored by a local business to tackle child poverty.

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Can you help police trace this bus passenger?

Can you help police trace this bus passenger?

Lancaster police want to speak to the man pictured, who was on a number 41 bus from Lancaster to Preston at about 3.30pm on Monday May 14.

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The Mayor, Councillor Roger Mace, and his wife Joyce pictured with Morecambe Philatelic Society president Peter Howitt at the recent stamp fair at The Platform.

Mayor of Lancaster gives fair his stamp of approval

Morecambe Philatelic Society celebrated 10 years of holding stamp fairs at The Platform.

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