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News

‘We won’t back hate speech’

News
Venessa Rusling from Ocean Cafe in St Annes

ReFILL: Cafe and resort bar join the war on plastic

Environment
Hercules the Blackpool horse cools down in the sea, on what is expected to be the hottest day of the year so far.'Photo; PA

Warning for London Marathon runners as temperatures hit 70-year record

News
Vandals have wrecked the roof of 100-year-old bowling club in Layton.  Pictured is secretary and treasurer Derek Kay.

Yobs wreck popular Layton club’s roof as part of vandalism campaign

Crime

Rural policing to come under scrutiny in study

Crime

Shopper charged more than £930 for 11p banana

Business

Don’t be an American Idiot and miss out as new Opera House show tickets go on sale

Theatre and Comedy

Violent rapist who attacked pregnant girl in Blackpool gets extended prison sentence

Crime

6 beer gardens in the Fylde coast to enjoy during this week's 'mini heatwave'

News

Yobs wreck popular Layton club’s roof as part of vandalism campaign

Crime
Clive Grunshaw, Lancashires Police and Crime Commissioner.

Rural policing to come under scrutiny in study

Crime
Michael MacKenzie

Violent rapist who attacked pregnant girl in Blackpool gets extended prison sentence

Crime
A previous North West Infidels rally on the Flag Market in Preston

Lancashire self-confessed Nazi called for genocide

Crime
Blackpool Magistrates Court

Blackpool: From the courts 19-04-18

Crime

Anger over rail delays lead to calls for clarity as bosses slam 'unfounded' rumours

Transport 1
Virgin's Pendolino train

35 more trains to bring 17,000 extra tourists to our resort

Transport 4
Transport incident

Lorry careers up embankment on M55

Transport
Potholes are worse than ever after this winter

Pothole breakdowns soar following harsh winter weather

Transport

Blackpool children's centres to be affected by £1m cuts

News
The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding with (l-r) Blackpool Council Chief Executive Neil Jack, Bev Robinson OBE and Prof Andrew Atherton from Lancaster University

Council, college, and uni sign deal to boost healthcare across the Fylde coast

Education
Just one per cent of Blackpool pupils did not get into a preferred primary school.

More Blackpool pupils getting into first choice primary schools

News
Mayfield Primary School, St Annes

School told to improve after Ofsted inspection

Education

Shopper charged more than £930 for 11p banana

Business

6 beer gardens in the Fylde coast to enjoy during this week's 'mini heatwave'

News
Fylde Council leader Coun Susan Fazackerley

New patrol service introduced by Fylde Council for great outdoors

News
The work ongoing at Blackpool North train station

Anger over rail delays lead to calls for clarity as bosses slam 'unfounded' rumours

Transport 1

Blackpool children's centres to be affected by £1m cuts

News
Just one per cent of Blackpool pupils did not get into a preferred primary school.

More Blackpool pupils getting into first choice primary schools

News
Coun Alastair Humphries with the painted footsteps at the Solaris Centre Steve Roberts from Blackpool Council lays down a marker

Taking steps to tackle Blackpool’s litter problem!

News 2

You could be a Lancashire Lifesaver

News
Venessa Rusling from Ocean Cafe in St Annes

ReFILL: Cafe and resort bar join the war on plastic

Environment
We want 200 businesses to back LOVEmyBEACH's ReFILL campaign

War on plastic: Here are the Fylde coast businesses backing LOVEmyBEACH's ReFILL campaign

Environment
British Naturisms St Annes Beach Day is being held on May 5

Beach bum crew ready to strip off on St Annes beach!

News
Coun Alastair Humphries with the painted footsteps at the Solaris Centre Steve Roberts from Blackpool Council lays down a marker

Taking steps to tackle Blackpool’s litter problem!

News 2
Sargent Fitness is opening on Blackpool Business Park.  Pictured is Jack Sargent.

Lift-off for top of the range gym

News

Don't let stress take control of your life

Health
Its Fun Run time again along Blackpool Promenade!

It’s Fun Run time again along Blackpool Promenade!

News

Toddler is caught on camera having a spot of difficulty with the word ' goldfish'

Offbeat
Bruce Goodridge took this picture of a blow-up doll during a beach clean in St Annes. He said it was 'something a bit different'.

Blow up doll is one of ‘strangest finds ever’ on St Annes beach

News
Michael Parkinson with Judi Dench on his show in 2004

Parky: Men feel under threat for the merest indication they might be flirting

Offbeat
A petition received more than 4,800 supporters.

Bell End saved after residents petition to keep street's historic name

Offbeat

The Thing Is with Steve Canavan

Opinion
Roy Edmonds

A Word In Your Ear - April 19, 2018

Opinion
The Ven Michael Everitt, Archdeacon of Lancaster

Column: Playing the name game

Opinion