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Songs from the shows in the mix

A compilation of popular musicals will bring the stage alive at Lowther Pavilion tomorrow.

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Tributes paid to Blackpool businessman who ran Cafe on the Pier

Tributes paid to Blackpool businessman who ran Cafe on the Pier

The funeral of Blackpool businessman David Lidstone is due to be held tomorrow.

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Charlie Daniels cleans the blackboard as Summerfield Nursery in St Annes marked World Outdoor Classroom Day with activities centred around its newly-revamped outdoor classroom

School’s out for nursery youngsters

Youngsters at a Fylde nursery took to the open air to celebrate Global Outdoor Classroom Day with the launch of a newly-revamped outdoor classroom.


Tristan’s quest for glory on the cards

A St Annes video producer has played his cards right to fund a fantasy – the launch of his own tabletop game.

William Heyworth-Hill in training for the Great Manchester Run

William overcomes heart problems for charity run

William Heyworth-Hill will take particular satisfaction from lining up in a leading regional charity run later this month.

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Lytham St Annes Technology and Performing Arts College headteacher Phil Wood

Head’s letter claims jobs and books blow

The headteacher of Fylde’s biggest school has spelled out the extent of the economies the school is facing in a strong letter to all parents.

Stuart and Zoe Robertson at the beach huts on St Annes seafront.

Changes are on menu for beach huts

The couple behind St Annes’ Beach Huts want to add a catering outlet to the array of huts on the seafront.

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Fylse Sharks are appealing for new trustees

Trustees’ plea to keep swimming club afloat

A flourishing disability swimming club is making an urgent appeal for new trustees to ensure it can continue to provide its popular service.

Strange Bones from St Annes are perfoming at the Isle of Wight Festival

Festival’s all Wight for Bones band

Resort band Strange Bones have been announced for a set at the Isle Of Wight Festival next month.

Theo Heyworth-Hill, four, meets paramedics at Blackpool Ambulance Station (Pic: North West Ambulance Service)

Boy, four, thanks medics who helped him after seizure

A four-year-old boy with learning difficulties has been reunited with the paramedics called out to help him when he fell ill earlier this year.

Chief fire officer for Lancashire Chris Kenny (left), with retiring watch manager Dave Laver

Retirement for firefighter who once ‘commandeered taxi’ to Funland blaze

A retained firefighter at St Annes Fire Station has retired after serving the Fylde coast for over three decades.

Tenor Lee Bradley makes Fylde homecoming date

Opera singer hopes to cast spell over home audience

Bringing the Magic Of The Opera to life is tenor Lee Bradley’s aim with a new tour coming to Blackpool next month.

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Street art at Back St Annes Road West, St Annes

Street art a colourful addition to town’s walls

The street art scene in St Annes is growing.

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Lytham St Annes Technology and Performing Arts College headteacher Phil Wood

Headteacher to retire after 15 years

The headteacher of Fylde’s biggest school has announced his retirement.

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Service will be a 'celebration' of devoted dad's life - family asks for bright colours

Service will be a 'celebration' of devoted dad's life - family asks for bright colours

The family of a devoted husband and father who died in a road accident has asked for those attending his funeral to wear bright colours.

A previous Leg It For the Lifeboats run at Lytham

Annual Leg It will be boost to RNLI appeal

Lytham St Annes RNLI officials are hoping for a major boost to their cash appeal towards a new lifeboat when hundreds of runners take to the seafront this weekend.

Jordan Jessop, 23, was last seen at his home address on St Albans Road

MISSING: Man missing for nearly a week from St Annes

A 23-year-old man has been missing from his home in St Annes for nearly a week, say police.

Trevor Loftus of Lytham St Annes Art Society with his artwork being sold for the Lytham St Annes RNLI Shannon Appeal

Life-saver’s painting will help put fund-raising in the picture

A Fylde man who spent his working years saving lives is now using his artistic skills to help those in trouble at sea.

Damage to a Victorian shelter on St Annes Promenade

Clamping down on seafront nuisance

Fylde Council is considering a double clampdown on seafront nuisance.

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