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Children shine in Barrowford talent show

Lancashire Telegraph: Barrowford's Got Talent, Barrowford Primary School, Barrowford.

6:00pm Sunday 20th July 2014

PRIMARY school children showed off their skills in a special end-of-year talent show.

VIDEO: 'Mini tornado' caught on camera in Barrowford

Lancashire Telegraph: The twister lasted for about 10 minutes in total

6:00am Tuesday 24th June 2014

A 'MINI tornado' tearing through a field was captured on camera by a shocked resident as it swept past her back yard.

Bitten Pendle postman urges people to keep their dogs under control

9:42am Sunday 22nd June 2014

A POSTMAN who has been bitten five times while on his rounds in Pendle has urged customers to keep their dogs under control.

Barrowford award winner inspired after shooting of soldier son

Lancashire Telegraph: Wallace receives his award from Lorraine Riley, community service director at AFG

3:57pm Friday 20th June 2014

A SUPPORT worker who was inspired to help injured members of the armed forces after his son was shot in Afghanistan has won an award.

River fall woman rescued

Lancashire Telegraph: An ambulance near where the woman was rescued in Barleydale Road

1:59pm Wednesday 11th June 2014

A WOMAN who fell into a Barrowford river was rescued after passers-by heard her cries for help.

Woman rescued from Pendle Water

Lancashire Telegraph: Driver cut free from crash in Bathpool, Taunton

9:15pm Monday 9th June 2014

Firefighters have rescued a woman who fell into Pendle Water in Barrowford this evening.

Barrowford residents get action over lorries problem

Lancashire Telegraph: Andrew Stephenson

3:20pm Thursday 5th June 2014

NEW signs are to be erected showing weight restrictions for heavy goods vehicles in Barrowford.

Barrowford poet turned grief into prize writing

Lancashire Telegraph: Kathryn Lund and her mum Anne who died of cancer at the age of 55. Kathryn turned to poetry to help her through the trauma

3:10pm Wednesday 4th June 2014

A FORMER teacher who used her writing talents to cope with the sudden death of her mum has become a prize-winning author.

One man and his bike to challenge five mountains

Lancashire Telegraph: From the left, Gillian Schofield (staff nurse), Peter Booth,  Kerry McLaughlin (auxiliary nurse) and Phillipa Foster (staff nurse)

1:40pm Friday 23rd May 2014

A RETIRED teacher is gearing up to tackle a 1,000-mile charity bike ride up the five highest peaks in the UK and Ireland.

Barrowford footpath to be diverted away from garden

5:12pm Thursday 10th April 2014

A FOOTPATH in Barrowford is set to be diverted to avoid going near the garden of a house with an electric fence set up.

Barrowford supermarket wants longer opening hours

Lancashire Telegraph: Morrisons launch home shopping service

5:09pm Thursday 10th April 2014

A SUPERMARKET set to open in Barrowford is seeking to extend its opening hours.

80-year-old from Barrowford who jumped to her death from a motorway bridge feared she was 'becoming a burden'

Lancashire Telegraph: Rosemary Carr left a letter asking for forgiveness

1:00pm Wednesday 9th April 2014

A PENSIONER who died when she jumped off a motorway bridge feared she was ‘becoming a burden’ to her husband, an inquest heard.

Barrowford pupils tell parents to stay off the zig-zags

Lancashire Telegraph: The pupils make their point

4:45pm Thursday 3rd April 2014

PUPILS are hoping their posters promoting road safety outside their primary school will drive home the message to parents.

Booze sales get go-ahead in Barrowford

Lancashire Telegraph: Morrisons launch home shopping service

1:47pm Wednesday 19th March 2014

A SUPERMARKET has won a battle to sell alcohol in Barrowford after councillors approved their request for a licence.

Alcohol worries over proposed new Morrisons store in Barrowford

Lancashire Telegraph: Morrisons launch home shopping service

11:50am Friday 14th March 2014

TRADERS and residents have launched a campaign to try to stop a new supermarket opening.

Two injured as car hits lamppost in Barrowford

Lancashire Telegraph: Figures released following freedom of information request

8:40am Sunday 16th February 2014

A DRIVER and a passenger were taken to hospital this morning after being involved in a crash in Barrowford.

Barrowford make-up company wins national award

Lancashire Telegraph: Amy and Phoebe with their award

10:55am Thursday 30th January 2014

THEY are style queens, making brides beautiful on their big days.

Economy has turned a corner says Barrowford boss

Lancashire Telegraph: Ian Clark

12:39pm Wednesday 29th January 2014

A BARROWFORD business leader has welcomed an announcement that the UK economy is finally considered to be back in the black.

Work to start on new Booths supermarket in Barrowford

Lancashire Telegraph: An artist’s impression of the Barrowford store

11:00am Friday 24th January 2014

A DATE for work to start on the new Booths supermarket in Barrowford has been announced.

Man survives 20ft Barrowford bridge fall

Lancashire Telegraph: Driver cut free from crash in Bathpool, Taunton

9:22am Sunday 19th January 2014

A ‘DRUNK’ man was taken to hospital this morning after falling 20ft from a bridge in Barrowford.

Village on alert after shop raid in Barrowford

Lancashire Telegraph: Police outside the off-licence in Gisburn Road, Barrowford

11:30am Friday 17th January 2014

A COUNCILLOR has described an knifepoint robbery on a shop in Barrowford as ‘terribly disturbing’.

Would-be robbers strike in Barrowford

3:41pm Thursday 16th January 2014

A WOULD-BE robber struck at an off-licence in Barrowford.

Attempted robbery at Barrowford off-licence

8:28pm Wednesday 15th January 2014

WOULD-BE robbers have struck at an off-licence in Barrowfield.

Meeting on Barrowford buses threat

1:16pm Thursday 9th January 2014

THE proposed withdrawal of a subsidised bus services in the area will be discussed at a meeting tonight.

Search for new governor

12:59pm Thursday 9th January 2014

A SCHOOL is hoping for volunteers to step forward after a governor’s position became free.

Spenbrook Mill plans set for go-ahead

6:30pm Saturday 4th January 2014

CONTROVERSIAL plans to redevelop a village mill look set to be finally approved.

Barrowford fire caused by grill pan

12:14pm Sunday 15th December 2013

FIRE crews were called to a flat in Fountain Square, Barrowford, at 3.20am on Saturday after the smoke alarm alerted neighbours. A man had fallen asleep after putting some food on the grill. The fire caused damage to the kitchen but the man was not injured.

New pair of teeth for Barrowford attack victim

3:01pm Thursday 12th December 2013

AN attack victim has got his two front teeth for Christmas, after a judge ruled the lout who knocked them out should pay for his operation instead of going to jail.

Firm raises £700 for poorly Colne youngster

Lancashire Telegraph: Two-year-old Louie Jenkins uses his prosthetic legs to walk unaided

4:58pm Friday 29th November 2013

STAFF from Barrowford-based lighting firm acdc have donated £700 to an appeal for a two-year-old boy who lost his legs after a battle with meningitis.

Campaign could have saved murdered Barrowford nurse Jane Clough says dad

Lancashire Telegraph: From left, County Coun Tony Martin; Chief Constable Steve Finnigan; Jane’s father John Clough; police and crime commissioner Clive Grunshaw; Blackburn with Darwen domestic abuse services leader Andrea Rigby; and Chris Green, from the campaign

3:00pm Monday 25th November 2013

THE father of Jane Clough who was murdered by her former partner has said her life might have been saved by a new anti-domestic violence campaign aimed at men.

Barrowford Primary School ‘danger road’ gets zebra crossing

Lancashire Telegraph: Zebra crossing safety work in Otley

1:30pm Monday 25th November 2013

A ZEBRA crossing is to be put on a ‘dangerous road’ outside a primary school.

Barrowford coffee morning charity success

4:29pm Thursday 21st November 2013

A COFFEE morning for charity, to be held on Saturday, has already raised £1,000 — before a cup has even been served.

Fight for crossing on Barrowford school ‘danger’ road

Lancashire Telegraph: Pendle MP Andrew Stephenson

12:46pm Tuesday 19th November 2013

MORE than 100 people have signed a petition calling for a zebra crossing close to a village primary school.

Booths for Barrowford submit revised pland

3:29pm Friday 15th November 2013

REVISED plans for a Booths supermarket in Barrowford have been submitted to Pendle Council.

Grandmother from Barrowford dies after M65 plunge

7:00pm Saturday 9th November 2013

A GRANDMOTHER died after she ‘appeared to jump’ from a footbridge over the M65 yesterday.

Father of murdered Barrowford nurse Jane Clough welcomes new crime code

Lancashire Telegraph: GUESTS John and Penny Clough

12:30pm Wednesday 30th October 2013

VICTIMS and campaigners have welcomed a new code giving those affected by crime the chance to speak out in court.

Delays to new Barrowford Booths store as delivery plans change

Lancashire Telegraph: The proposed Booths store  in Halstead Lane

6:30pm Thursday 24th October 2013

THE new Booths supermarket in Barrowford is set to be hit by a further delay after plans for the shop were amended.

£½ million Big Lottery Fund welcomed by Pendle MP

2:31pm Thursday 24th October 2013

News that £555,522 has been awarded to local groups by the Big Lottery Fund has been welcomed by the Pendle MP.

Barrowford heroin dealers sent to prison

11:00am Thursday 24th October 2013

TWO dealers have been locked up for a total of seven years for their parts in a plot said to involve the potential supply of heroin worth £170,000.

Farmers market in Barrowford

6:28pm Thursday 17th October 2013

A FARMERS' market and craft fair is held on the second Sunday of each month in Barrowford.

Appeal after raid on Barrowford store

Lancashire Telegraph: One of the men wanted

4:30pm Thursday 10th October 2013

CCTV images have captured the moment two hooded thieves raided an off-licence in Barrowford.

Barrowford school raised money with coffee morning

11:37am Monday 7th October 2013

A SCHOOL coffee morning raised £88.50 for charity. The fundraiser at Barrowford Primary School was in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.

PTFA meeting at Barrowford school

11:36am Monday 7th October 2013

THE next PTFA meeting at Barrowford Primary School is to take place on October 15.

Barrowford field could become educational campsite

4:08pm Wednesday 25th September 2013

A FIELD could become a bustling camp site with education activities for youth groups, if plans are approved.

Barrowford heroin dealers face jail

1:28pm Friday 20th September 2013

THREE drug dealers are facing lengthy prison sentences for their part in a supply plot, said to involve a £170,000 stash of heroin.

Barrowford primary school’s Roald Dahl day success

12:51pm Thursday 19th September 2013

A HOST of Willy Wonkas, Oompa-Loompas, Matildas and witches had a ‘marvellous’ time at a Barrowford primary school’s Roald Dahl day.

Barrowford woman who witnessed Boston Marathon bomb is ready to run again

Lancashire Telegraph: Nicola Nuttall is ready to run again

3:37pm Thursday 5th September 2013

A BARROWFORD woman who witnessed first-hand the horror of the Boston Marathon bombings is to take part in her first race since the attack.

Women's football practice invitation in Barrowford

5:14pm Wednesday 28th August 2013

LADIES are being encouraged to get their boots on for a weekly kickabout with the new Barrowford Celtic FC team for women.

Barrowford artist has work displayed in Doha Airport

Lancashire Telegraph: Sabah Arbilli has presented examples of his work to Prince Charles at an international conference

2:13pm Thursday 22nd August 2013

AN expert in the ancient art of calligraphy is making headway in some of the most go-ahead locations in the world.

Charity cricket tournament appeals for entrants to raise money for Pendleside Hospice

Lancashire Telegraph: Rachel Husband

2:24pm Wednesday 21st August 2013

A POPULAR charity cricket tournament in memory of young woman Rachel Husband who died from a brain tumour is looking for more entrants.


What's on in Pendle

Musical maestro sets foot on stage and says ‘Allo to audiences at Pendle Hippodrome Theatre (link)

lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/leisure 2:52pm Tue 3 Jun 14

WHILE he may be a familiar face to members of Pendle Hippodrome Theatre Company, ‘Uncle’ Joe Winkley will not…

Artists line up in Nelson to aid children's Make A Wish Foundation (link)

lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/leisure 4:39pm Thu 22 May 14

A CHARITY gig being held in aid of children with terminal illnesses is taking place in Pendle at the end of this…

New season is time for a party (link)

lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/leisure 2:38pm Tue 13 May 14

COLNE Dramatic Society has packed its Baggage for 2013-14, and is now inviting would-be actors to a party for its…

North by North-West Festival will celebrate Mods’ half century (link)

lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/leisure 10:19am Thu 8 May 14

FIFTY years of the Mod movement will be celebrated at a new two-day festival in Colne in June.

New acts called up for Jessica tribute stage at Great British Rhythm and Blues Festival in Colne (link)

lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/leisure 10:42am Thu 1 May 14

ASPIRING bands and musicians are being given the chance to perform at this year’s Great British Rhythm and Blues…

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