What’s in the Guardian this week?

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The Lancaster Guardian is now in the shops, and is once again picked with all the latest local news, sport and entertainment.

This week’s lead story looks at how Lancaster Castle could be used to increase tourism by focusing on the city’s history.

You can read how Storey bosses have gone into liquidation, railway staff fear for their jobs after Virgin lost its contract with West Coast Mainline, and how a community has taken over a recreation ground in order to give it a facelift.

There is also an eight page pull-out covering the Lancashire Witch Trials and a bumper Motors Guide.

In sport, Lancaster City assistant manager Michael Stringfellow says he has ‘unfinished business’ at the club, and Morecambe FC are drawn against Sunderland in the Capital One Cup second round.

For all of these stories and much more, buy your copy of this week’s Lancaster Guardian for just 85p.