These are the Lancashire April Fool's Day stories that didn't catch us out

From the strange to the absolutely ridiculous, our email inbox has been overflowing with April Fool's Day stories from across the region over the last few days.

Monday, 1st April 2019, 1:16 pm
Updated Monday, 1st April 2019, 3:19 pm
These are the Lancashire April Fools stories that didn't catch us out

Here are just a selection:

AFC Fylde's early morning tweet announced that due to missing key players ahead of the FA Trophy final, manager Dave Challinor had to register for the final on May 19.
The firm's launch of an accountancy package for the growing number of dogs earning their daily cruft' on social media, also comes complete with their own personal pooch accountant. They must think we are barking mad!

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News that the theme park's newest ride Icon would be the world's first rollercoaster to powered directly by the volume of the riders' scream didn't fool us at all...honest.
National Express didn't catch us napping with this news that the operator would be trialling their new NXSleep suites furnished with a king size bed, soundproof walls and the latest in technology.
The Facebook post announced that the Fyldes only grade 1 listed building was set to be turned into a mini-theme park, complete with rollercoaster on the roof and ghost train inside.