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Police helicopter and six police cars in major hunt for Pendle burglars

Lancashire Telegraph: LIFT OFF: A police helicopter demonstration took place at Bromsgrove Police and Fire Station's open day. Buy picture, BCR401406_13, at bromsgroveadvertiser.co.uk/pictures.

9:50am Thursday 30th October 2014

A HELICOPTER, six police cars and patrol dogs were involved in a major hunt for two burglars who broke into a shed in Pendle.

Trawden residents’ plea to put brake on ‘60mph’ drivers

Lancashire Telegraph:

3:04pm Thursday 31st July 2014

RESIDENTS in a Trawden street are so fed up with speeding motorists, they are putting pressure on the county council to rethink the speed limit.

Woman convicted of causing death of Trawden man

7:41pm Sunday 15th June 2014

A WOMAN has been convicted of causing the death of an East Lancashire motorcyclist after a two-day trial.

Trawden man to open late wife's treasured garden

1:00pm Sunday 1st June 2014

A HUSBAND is set to share his late wife’s treasured garden in support of counsellors who helped him through the grieving process.

Trawden teenager set for big run as cousin beats cancer

5:00pm Monday 5th May 2014

A TEENAGER is taking part in the Great Manchester Run to raise money for a charity which supported his cousin through her cancer treatment.

Residents rally round in bid to save Trawden Community Centre

Lancashire Telegraph: Trawden Community Centre

5:20pm Thursday 27th March 2014

A POPULAR community centre has been given a stay of execution after residents rallied together to try to save it.

Trawden Forest Primary School making 'steady progress'

Lancashire Telegraph: Ofsted logo

6:00pm Sunday 23rd March 2014

A SCHOOL has been told it is making ‘steady progress’ out of special measures.

Trawden 'good Samaritan' attacked man he was helping

8:00pm Sunday 2nd March 2014

A TEENAGE Good Samaritan who went to the aid of an assault victim turned attacker and launched a ‘sustained’ beating on the victim himself, a court heard.

Trawden Forest Primary School 'needs improvement'

Lancashire Telegraph: Ofsted logo

12:53pm Monday 30th December 2013

A PRIMARY school has been told it ‘requires improvement’ in its latest Ofsted inspection.

Family of Trawden brain haemorrhage girl spread festive cheer

Lancashire Telegraph: Charlotte Neve, left, and mum Leila,  second right, distributing Lottie Boxes at Leeds Hospital

10:00pm Wednesday 25th December 2013

THE family of a schoolgirl who made an amazing recovery from a brain haemorrhage has been spreading festive cheer to families who have children in hospital over Christmas.

Trawden teenager draws on sister's inspiration

Lancashire Telegraph: Megan with her story

11:42am Thursday 19th December 2013

A TRAWDEN teenager has helped create an animation about her nine-year-old sister’s amazing recovery from a stroke.

Award for Trawden stroke girl who astonished doctors

Lancashire Telegraph: Charlotte with her family at the awards event

12:30pm Tuesday 19th November 2013

AN EIGHT-year-old girl who astonished doctors with her recovery from a stroke has received an award.

Kit and training gear for Trawden players

5:02pm Thursday 24th October 2013

AN UNDER nines football team has received a grant of £350 from Pendle County Councillor Paul White.

Down to earth aid

5:03pm Thursday 24th October 2013

SKYDIVING Ribble Valley Mayor Richard Sherras will come down to earth when he hosts a charity dinner dance.

Brain damage girl’s family from Trawden organise 'Lottie Box' fundraiser

Lancashire Telegraph: Charlotte Neve

4:29pm Tuesday 22nd October 2013

THE FAMILY of an eight-year-old girl who spent months in hospital after suffering an ‘extremely rare’ brain haemorrhage are helping others in a similar situation.

Sheep in Trawden killed in ‘horrific’ attack

9:49am Friday 11th October 2013

A SHEEP was killed and four more had to be put down after they were attacked by a dog.

Trawden is village with ‘a real heart and fantastic community spirit’

Lancashire Telegraph: Coun Paul White with the giant jam pan in Trawden

7:00pm Monday 30th September 2013

NESTLED at the foot of the rugged moorland of Boulsworth Hill is the village of Trawden.

Pendle witch camp to return to Trawden

9:35am Wednesday 29th May 2013

WITCHES and pagans will celebrate their beliefs, and way of life, at a festival in the shadow of Pendle Hill next month.

Motorcyclist from Trawden dies in fireball

11:00am Friday 3rd May 2013

A MOTORCYCLIST has died following a horror crash which saw his bike become a fireball.

Skatepark plan for Trawden warehouse

4:00pm Wednesday 6th February 2013

HUNDREDS of residents in Pendle have signed a petition to try to get a former warehouse turned into a skate park and internet cafe.

Trawden Thai boxer jailed over attacks on two teenaged girls in Burnley

Lancashire Telegraph: Sophie Hodgkinson

1:30pm Tuesday 27th November 2012

A Thai boxer from Trawden who smashed two teenage girls in the face outside a bar has been locked up for 36 weeks.

Longer hours Trawden Post Office

11:01am Tuesday 13th November 2012

THE POST Office in Trawden is set to open longer in the day, it has been announced.

Trawden villagers launch growing co-operative

Lancashire Telegraph: Pauline Townsend and Lynne Barnes of the Trawden Co-operative

5:00pm Tuesday 14th August 2012

A GROWING co-operative has been set up in Trawden to follow in the footsteps of Todmorden’s Incredible Edible.

Gallery: Crowds flock to Trawden to see best of farming

Lancashire Telegraph: Image from PictureGalleryModule_ID:3164370

5:00pm Monday 13th August 2012

THE best of Pendle’s farming community was celebrated by thousands yesterday at the annual Trawden Show.

Horse rider airlifted to hospital after fall at Trawden Show

3:50pm Sunday 12th August 2012

A 20-year-old woman was taken by helicopter to Royal Blackburn Hospital after being trampled by a horse at the Trawden Agricultural Show this afternoon

Pendle MP demands new dog attack laws

7:42am Saturday 21st July 2012

EAST Lancashire MP Andrew Stephenson has demanded new laws to prosecute people whose dogs roam wild on private property.

Trawden brain haemorrhage girl stuns doctors with her recovery

Lancashire Telegraph: Charlotte has astounded doctors with her recovery

9:19am Monday 18th June 2012

A BRAVE seven year-old girl struck down by an ‘extremely rare’ brain haemorrhage has ‘astounded’ doctors with an amazing recovery.

Pendle girl, 7, can't speak or see after suffering rare brain haemorrhage

Lancashire Telegraph: VIGIL Charlotte Neve’s family are constantly at her hospital bedside

11:05am Thursday 26th April 2012

A SEVEN-year-old girl has been left unable to speak or see after suffering an ‘extremely rare’ brain haemorrhage.

Tributes to Pendle man, 36, who died from suspected 'sudden adult death syndrome'

Lancashire Telegraph: HOME ON BOAT Mark Allott

7:00pm Monday 9th January 2012

TRIBUTES have been paid to a 36-year-old man who died from suspected 'sudden adult death syndrome'.

Small Trees Festival licencee given 'loud music' warning by Pendle Council

Lancashire Telegraph: FLASHBACK Tents at the festival in September

10:00am Wednesday 9th November 2011

THE LICENSEE behind a music festival that attracted numerous complaints of noise nuisance has been rapped by Pendle Council.

Bizarre crime spree as Land Rover doors and bonnets stolen in Pendle

1:00pm Saturday 5th November 2011

CAR doors and bonnets have been stolen from Land Rovers in a spate of thefts.

Cheers! 1,000th real ale enthusiast joins East Lancashire CAMRA

Lancashire Telegraph: CHEERS! CAMRA member Steven Banks, right, receives his certificate and tankard from branch chairman John Webster

1:00pm Thursday 13th October 2011

REAL ale is pulling in more punters in East Lancashire than ever before, according to campaigners.

Pendle farmer may be told to clean up

4:18pm Thursday 6th October 2011

A HOBBY farmer could be asked to remove several ‘unsightly’ obstructions from a field in Trawden.

Pendle noise-row festival will seek new site

Lancashire Telegraph: LOUD The Small Trees Festival in Trawden

5:49pm Monday 3rd October 2011

THE organisers of a controversial music festival have defended the event, but said they will find a new location for next year.

Fury at noise at Pendle music festival

Lancashire Telegraph: LOUD The Small Trees Festival in Trawden

11:03am Monday 26th September 2011

NOISE from a ‘secret’ music festival kept angry residents awake into the early hours this weekend.

‘No kennels business at Trawden site’

7:31pm Monday 12th September 2011

A BUSINESSMAN is reassuring neighbours that he is not running a kennelling service alongside his dog-grooming business.

Vandal-hit Lancashire schools set for repairs cash

4:55pm Thursday 8th September 2011

WORK costing £720,000 is set to take place to help combat the impact of school vandals and thieves.

Appeal in Trawden dog grooming business wrangle

9:53am Wednesday 24th August 2011

THE owners of a dog grooming and kennelling business have launched an appeal against an order to cease trading.

Former Pendle church for sale

5:28pm Tuesday 23rd August 2011

A CHURCH in rural Pendle has been placed up for sale with a price tag of around £135,000.

East Lancashire primary school poets see work on buses

Lancashire Telegraph: ALL ABOARD Poet Terry Caffrey at the launch of the scheme with St John Southworth RC Primary School pupils Ramisha Anwar, aged nine, top, and Hana Hashim, also nine

11:03am Wednesday 17th August 2011

MINI-poems and sonnets from junior wordsmiths across East Lancashire are now adorning buses travelling across the county and beyond.

Report: Trawden Show 2011

Lancashire Telegraph: Report: Trawden Show 2011

10:09am Monday 15th August 2011

Sheep, cattle, llamas and working sheepdogs were just some of the animals on display at the annual Trawden Show yesterday.

Bus company launches route between East Lancashire and Yorkshire

Lancashire Telegraph: FIRST STEPS From left, Dorian and Colin Speakman, who wrote the booklet, and Mainline commercial director Nigel Eggleton

10:14am Friday 22nd July 2011

A SERIES of new walks have been devised to take in the historic hinterland between East Lancashire and Yorkshire.

Report: Trawden Garden Festival and Scarecrow Trail 2011

Lancashire Telegraph: WINNER Tash Gardner

5:03pm Monday 4th July 2011

Flowers, fresh air and fun were the order of the day at Trawden Garden Festival and Scarecrow Trail at the weekend.

Plans to cut Pendle luncheon clubs to save £20,000

Lancashire Telegraph: PLAN Coun James Starkie

9:19am Tuesday 21st June 2011

THE number of luncheon club sittings in Pendle are set to be cut.

Lead thieves strike at Pendle church

3:43pm Thursday 16th June 2011

LEAD worth £1,000 has been stolen from the roof at St Mary the Virgin Church, Trawden.

Hurt Pendle motocross rider airlifted to hospital

2:38pm Tuesday 29th March 2011

A MOTOCROSS rider was airlifted to hospital after an accident on farmland over the weekend.

Pendle police chief dismisses PCSO fears

10:40am Monday 10th January 2011

A POLICE chief has dismissed speculation by councillors over the future of community policing in Colne and surrounding villages.

Trawden headteacher steps down after 22 years

Lancashire Telegraph: legacy: Frank Royle is looking forward to a ‘busy’ retirement

10:00am Wednesday 20th October 2010

A PENDLE primary school has waved farewell to its headteacher of 22 years after he was forced to retire due to ill health.

Trawden shows the way to do it

Lancashire Telegraph: ANIMAL MAGIC: Claudia Carney, left, and Isabella Saunders make friends with a ferret;

6:18pm Sunday 8th August 2010

THOUSANDS of people enjoyed one of the highlights of Lancashire'e agricultural calendar yesterday.

Trawden scarecrow festival is fairytale success

Lancashire Telegraph: TRAIL OF THE UNEXPECTED: Hannah Brown, eight, and Lucy Butler, six, enjoy the Mad Hatters’ Tea Party

10:39am Monday 5th July 2010

HANSEL and Gretal and the Three Blind Mice were among characters on show in Trawden gardens at the weekend.


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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