Stage now set for Lowther weddings

Lowther Pavilion has joined the ranks of Fylde premises licensed for weddings and civil ceremonies.

Back St Annes Road West, St Annes

More town sites set for a tidy-up

A mews-style look for a busy back street is among the next town centre improvement projects being considered for St Annes.

Danny Bhoy

Comedy isn’t just for the Bhoys

Scottish comedian Danny Bhoy is heading for Lowther Pavilion next week with his new autumn show – Make Something Great Again For Stronger Better Future Tomorrow Together.

Theatre and Comedy
Art in Back St Annes Road West

More sites in St Annes set for a tidy-up

A mews-style look for a busy back street is among the next town centre improvement projects being considered for St Annes.
Firefighters used one hose to douse the car blaze

Firefighters tackle car blaze in Singleton

A fire crew doused a car blaze after the vehicle burst into flames on a busy main road.

Red Arrows  PHOTO: PA

MPs' Red Arrows demand to save BAE jobs

Jets flown by the Red Arrows are likely to be built overseas unless the Government intervenes, a cross-party group has warned.
A man climbed on top of a lorry close to Cuadrilla's fracking site in Preston New Road, Little Plumpton (Pic: Lynsey Brown/Twitter)

Anti-fracker climbed onto lorry for six-hour protest

An anti-fracking protester caused traffic queues during a six-hour protest on the back of a lorry.

Crime 2
Wind warning

Weather warning extended to Lancashire

A warning about high winds on the way has been issued for Lancashire.

Lancashire police helicopter

Teen arrested after shining laser at police helicopter

A Fylde teenager has been arrested for shining a laser at a police helicopter.

Crime 5
Stephen Snape with an anniversary banner celebrating his grandad Fred, who founded the club

Golden celebration at club

A thriving Fylde club has celebrated its golden anniversary – with its chairman proud to be carrying on a family tradition.

A Time For Tea event held on St Annes beach in memory of Edward Dee

50,000 thanks!

Thank you – 50,000 times over!

Rt Rev Julian Henderson

Take the time to say ‘thank you’ to a vicar

When was the last time you thanked a vicar?

Marton Operatic Society - The Sorcerer

Operetta maintains very high standards

The Sorcerer, Lowther Pavilion

Theatre and Comedy
Rotary Presidents Viv Willder (St Annes), Roger Kendrick (Kirkham and Rural Fylde) and Howard Henshaw (Lytham) check out the new community cinema at Lowther Pavilion for the red carpet showing of Breathe on October 21

Red carpet to roll at Lowther film premiere

The red carpet is to be rolled out for a glittering film premiere at Fylde’s latest cinema – just days after it opened.

Rhiannon Lovelace, from St Annes, is travelling to North Carolina to compete against the world's best strongmen competitors.

Strongman mission for power pair competing in the States

The power of love and the gym is propelling a couple across the Atlantic to compete in the world’s pinnacle Strongman competition.
St Annes
Sally Westgate (left) on the raffle stall at the fair with friend Jes Woodington

Fair success boosts Sally’s big trip fund

A successful family fair has taken a Fylde schoolgirl closer to a dream trip to Nepal.

Preston Crown Court

St Annes teenager in explosive court hearing

A teenager with learning difficulties has appeared in court accused of possessing explosive substances.

Sign warning of the resurfacing works at Blackpool Road, Ansdell

Head angered by roadworks plan silence

The head of Fylde’s biggest school has hit out at a lack of information from highways officials after a road closure prompted severe disruption.

Giovanni Pernice

Strictly star Giovanni launches new tour

Strictly Come Dancing professional Giovanni Pernice better hope he’s not jinxing his chances, having announced a second solo tour - called Nato Per Vincere, Born To Win.

Lee Leatherbarrow went missing on July 11

Police arrest man who absconded from Kirkham

Police hunting for an inmate who absconded from Kirkham Prison in July have made arrest.
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