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LATEST: Three men in balaclavas escape with 'cash and cigarettes' after bursting into village Post Office

Three balaclava-clad men burst into the Post Office in the Spar in Lytham Road, Freckleton, demanding cash this morning, police said.
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Rev James Percival

Open verdict in vicarage baby death case

A coroner has recorded an open verdict at the inquest into the death of a baby boy born in the bathroom of a vicarage.

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Police at the vicarage in Freckleton during the police investigation

Ex-vicar told daughter: ‘You can’t put a baby in the bin’

A former vicar has told an inquest how he tried to revive his daughter’s baby after she gave birth in a bathroom.

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Freckleton Club Day

Sun shines on village Club Day

Visitors soaked up some rays as the sun shone on Freckleton’s Three Churches Club Day.

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Freckleton Club Day 2016

Freckleton set to revel in Club Day fun

The Fylde club and carnival day season spotlight this weekend turns to Freckleton.

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Mark Menzies celebrates his general election win in Fylde with Conservative supporters

ELECTION 2017: Menzies retains Fylde for Tories

Mark Menzies has held the Fylde seat forthe Conservatives with a slightly reduced majority.

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Jonathan Lee, pictured with his wife Susannah and their two young daughters Madeleine, two, and Francesca, four.

Wife’s moving tribute to husband killed cycling home

A dad-of-two who was killed in a crash as he cycled home from work will be remembered as a ‘fantastic husband and father’, his wife has said.

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Ian Entwistle of Newton was killed in a motorcycle accident in July 2015

How tragic Ian’s story is helping keep others safe

The story of a Lancashire biker killed in a crash is being used to help raise awareness of road safety.

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Margaret West with her trophy as Fylde Woman of the Year

Volunteer Margaret rewarded after 25 years of helping others

A dedicated volunteer who has spent 25 years improving the lives of hundreds of people has been named Fylde Woman of the Year.

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Miss Percival told detectives that following the birth, she thought the baby was asleep or deceased.

'Insufficient evidence' for charges over baby's death at vicarage

The Crown Prosecution Service has said there remains "insufficient evidence" to charge anyone over the death of a baby boy at a vicarage.
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Yooung members of the Streetwise youth club celebrate a move to a new home in Warton

Dream comes true for club with own home

A Fylde youth club finally has a home of its own – 15 years after it was founded.

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Fylde MP Mark Menzies with nominees, including winner Pam Young, at the 2016 Fylde Woman of the Year lunch

Deadline extended for woman of year awards

Nominations have been flooding in for the Fylde Woman of the Year awards, but the deadline has been extended a week to accommodate even more.

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Roger Batty, from Freckleton, was given �15,000 by his dentist after taking legal action over poor treatment he received.

Patient’s £15,000 payout after ‘losing four teeth’

A pensioner who lost four teeth after his dentist allegedly failed to treat decay has been paid £15,000 in an out-of-court settlement.

Health
999 call-out was a 'false alarm'

999 call-out was a 'false alarm'

Firefighters were called out to a sounding smoke alarm at a property in Westway, Freckleton at 4.38pm today.
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The scene of the accident on the Freckleton bypass

One taken to Blackpool hospital after two car crash

Two men were hurt after being involved in a road smash on the Freckleton bypass.

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Ellen Mason with her family

Happy 102nd birthday Ellen

Ellen Mason enjoyed being the centre of attention at her 102nd birthday.

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Fylde Woman of the Year winner 2016, Pam Young, with Fylde MP Mark Menzies

Woman of the Year search

Fylde MP Mark Menzies has launched his annual campaign to find Fylde’s Woman of the Year.

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Picture by Julian Brown 06/12/16

Identical Twins, pictured left, Marie Townsend and Stella Kyarsgaard in Penwortham, Preston.

“Measles saved our life”

Marie Townsend and Stella Kyarsgaard should have been at the school one day in August 1944 when an American Air Force bomber crashed into their classroom killing their reception classmates. But the sisters were kept home that day due to being ill with measles. AASMA DAY talks to the Lancashire twins about their miraculous escape.

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Police probe 6am hit-and-run

Police probe 6am hit-and-run

Police are appealing for information after an Audi A3 was left badly damaged in a hit and run.

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Dog walkers on Lytham Green

Have your say on new dog rules

Major changes to dog control in Fylde are on the cards – and residents are being invited to have their say.

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