St Annes

St Annes

Fylde coast councils ‘hit by cyber attacks’

Councils have been targeted in nearly 100 million cyber attacks in five years, an investigation has found.

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Temporary traffic lights at St Annes Road East for roadworks by Electricity North West

Power firm’s vow over roadworks at key St Annes gateway

The company behind roadworks at a major Fylde junction has vowed to do all it can to minimise delays as it updates the power network.

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Fylde's sands

Vet’s warning after dogs collapse

An investigation has been launched after the collapse of three dogs following walks on the beach prompted a warning from a Fylde vets’ practice.

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The Hotel Majestic in its early days, when it was known as the Imperial Hydro, St Annes

Grand old St Annes hotel was both majestic and imperial

It was once one of St Annes’ most powerful landmarks. The Majestic Hotel can no longer be seen, but at one time it was the symbol of the resort in its Edwardian heyday.

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Town crier Colin Ballard

Town crier to fly high in Kuwait

Oyez, oyez! One of Fylde’s most familiar faces – and voices – is off to climes a far cry from our current winter chills.

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Frank Bruno

Bruno’s coming to St Annes

Former world champion boxer Frank Bruno is heading to St Annes for a knockout event.

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Dan Murphy and Joe Appleton celebrate being winners of Channel 4's Hunted

TV prize delight for song duo

A pair of singing milkmen are celebrating after scooping £25,000 on a TV game show.

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Tree-mendous protection bid on St Annes beach

Christmas trees went back to nature as they were planted on St Annes beach to help preserve and protect the sand dunes.

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Our Lady Star of the Sea RC church, St Annes

Man who urinated in St Annes church is jailed

A would-be burglar who urinated in a church has been jailed for eight months.

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BOP after it had been demolished being examined by Royal Engineers and Hungarian PoWs, at Fairhaven Lake, in 1946

The real dad’s army: War-time frontline in Fylde

Step back in time to a rarely-seen glimpse into Fylde’s past.

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Edward's mum and dad Elizabeth and Justin at the Lions swimarathon

Edward fund boost to raise meningitis awareness

Edward Dee’s family plan to build on a huge boost to the fund set up in their son’s memory by furthering efforts to raise awareness of meningitis and its dangers.

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Christmas trees being planted in the sand dunes at St Annes

Your chance to help preserve Fylde’s sand dunes

Volunteers are invited to play their part in preserving Fylde’s sand dunes.

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Sally Westgate  from St Annes, who is off to Nepal

Sally hoping to ensure a taste of Nepal

A Fylde schoolgirl is hoping to move a substantial step closer to a dream trip to Nepal at a forthcoming fund-raising event .

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York Road, St Annes, 1890s

Pictures of the past: Glorious St Annes

It’s hard to believe some of these views are St Annes in the past.

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County Coun Peter Buckley outside St Annes library

Frustration at St Annes library repair delay

Frustration is mounting as the wait goes on for repair work to start on St Annes’ closed library.

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Christmas Trees are planted in the sand dunes at St Annes by volunteers and staff from Fylde council and Lancs Wildlife Trust

St Annes dunes army call for tree mission

Volunteers are being invited to help provide the next annual boost for the sand dunes provided by discarded Christmas trees.

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spa

Where are the best spa breaks in Lancashire?

Is it time to rewind?

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Lady Milena Grenfell-Baines speaking at the Holocaust memorial service at St Annes synagogue

St Annes service remembers the horrors of the Holocaust

The horrors of the Second World War Holocaust were recalled at a Fylde memorial service.

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Lady Milena Grenfell-Baines listens on during the service

Service remembers the horrors of the Holocaust

The horrors of the Second World War Holocaust were recalled at a special memorial service.

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Edward Dee

Hundreds in swim to boost Edward fund

Hundreds of swimmers will take to the water, Sunday 28 January, to boost a charity fund in memory of a Fylde schoolboy.

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