Hall delight at cash grant hope

Lytham Hall is bidding to bag another bumper cash boost from a supermarket giant’s funding scheme.

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Crews called to car fire

Crews called to car fire

Firefighters from St Annes station were called to a car on fire in a residential street.

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Lytham St Annes Technology and Performing Arts College

Have your say on school plan

Fylde MP Mark Menzies is urging as many people as possible to make their voices heard in the consultation over the future of sixth form education at Lytham St Annes Technology and Performing Arts College.

A tree fell in Ballam Road, Lytham, leaving it blocked

UPDATE: Road reopened as fallen tree moved

A Lytham road that was blocked by a fallen tree has been reopened.

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Louisa sitting in style thanks to charity fund

Louisa sitting in style thanks to charity fund

A two-year-old toddler will soon be able to sit in safety thanks to a charity for disabled children.

A packed audience watching an outdoor performance at Lytham Hall

Sunday’s best for new outdoor plays season

There’s a Sunday-best season in store this summer as works by Charles Dickens, Arthur Conan Doyle and Hans Christian Andersen as well and Gilbert and Sullivan will all feature in Lytham Hall’s eighth annual staging of four open air plays.

Whats on
Fairhaven Lake

Lottery cash boost for Lake

Fairhaven Lake and gardens are set for a major restoration project after Fylde Council secured a development grant of £165,500.

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The annual Lytham St Annes Lions Swimarathon at St Annes YMCA Pool.

Swim day cash aim for Brian House

Lytham St Annes Lions will be supporting Brian House children’s hospice at their 31st annual swimarathon later this month – and there is still chance to take part.

Rob Richings, who has fought back from cancer to get back on the road

Rob revels in a second bid for musical stardom

Not many musicians have had a tougher path to being a recording artist than Rob Richings.

Lowther Pavilion

Dunnery calls all heroes to Lowther

Prog rock legend Francis Dunnery will be performing at the Lowther Pavilion, on Tuesday, January 24.

Voodoo Room

Lowther’s Hendrix tribute are Cream of the crop

A tribute band featuring the music of two of the biggest legends of rock music are heading to Lowther Pavilion.

Daniel Cuffe and  C&T director Jason Cotillard (right) with Rod Stewart

Local promoters look to Taylor their year

Lytham music promoters Cuffe and Taylor are hoping 2017 will prove to be their biggest year yet after a record breaking 2016.

The fire beneath Barnados in St Annes Square. Pic courtesy of Fylde Police

Crews called out to basement blaze in Lytham St Annes

Firefighters have spent the last three hours trying to extinguish a blaze beneath a row of shops in Lytham St Annes

Lowther Pavilion

Double boost for Festival bill

Two more acts have been announced to join comedian Jason Manford on the bill for Lytham’s St George’s Day Festival.

Fylde MP Mark Menzies

College closure backlash sparks Facebook battle

Campaigners hoping to help save sixth form education in Lytham St Annes have called for a meeting in a bid to find a solution as Fylde MP Mark Menzies continues to lobby the Government for help.

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Jack and the Beanstalk at Lowther Pavilion

Jack & the Beanstalk panto set to break records

Jack and the Beanstalk is well on track to become the Lowther Pavilion’s most successful single production.

Theatre and Comedy
Comedian Bobby Ball

Bobby’s variety show is a sell-out

A variety show in aid of installing a patient garden at Clifton Hospital in St Annes has sold out.

Whats on
Beaverbrooks CEO Anna Blackburn and Chairman, Mark Adlestone, here pictured at the launch of the national Geared for Giving Campaign

Boxing Day rest for Fylde coast jewellers’ employees

As an online petition calling for shops to stay closed on Boxing Day to give staff time with their families passes 200,000 names, one Fylde coast retailer has revealed it has never opened on the traditional sales day.

Walking Nativity featuring community groups and members of churches and the general public following children dressed as Mary and Joseph on a donkey recreating the Nativity story as they tour round Lytham town.

Nativity brought to life on the streets

Lytham’s fourth annual Walking Nativity was the largest yet, with hundreds of people taking part.

Jack Godwin, of Market Ale House, Leyland

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