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Church planning for future

Sofia Bouzidi 26-2-14
Slaidburn St Andrews Church (30456920)

Ribble Valley vicar who covers four churches is retiring to Cornwall 'to escape rain'

The control room of the new 101 police non-emergency hotline in Winchester, which is aimed at tackling anti-social behaviour. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Monday May 15, 2006. Hampshire Constabulary and

Be wary of burglars on hot summer nights

The driver of the car was treated at the scene for minor injuries

Male driver injured after crashing into lorry

Embargoed to 0001 Monday June 15..File photo dated 12/07/12 of an aerial view of houses on residential streets in Muswell Hill, north London as house-sellers' asking prices have jumped to a new record high across England and Wales, with the average proper

Final decision on new housing estate to be made by council after consultation ends

Dave Moretta and Carl Fogarty

Ultra-marathon runner set for biggest challenge yet


Three hundred take part in protest at Calderstones health trust

Gabrielle Slinger

Local dancer offered place at one of the world’s most famous classical dance schools

Library filer of fish caught on a trawler. Fisheries minister Ben Bradshaw said Thursday March 11, 2004, that a year-long Government investigation has found many fishermen are catching far more fish than they are allowed by law and that since the numbers

Deadline approaching for fishing plan

Caitlin Slater, new rose queen at St Mary the Virgin church, Mellor with Emilia Dunn (8), Scarlet Venables (5) and Matlilda Dunn (5).

Rose Queen raises charity cash for grandad she never knew

SUCCESS: The plane takes off on the ramp with pilot Pete Wilson at the controls

VIDEO: Local pilot becomes first in the world to test innovative ‘ski-jump’ launch system

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Meeting to take place over Muslim cemetery plans

PA 2005 file photo of exams in progress at King Edward VI Handsworth School in Birmingham. A-level grades are expected to hit new record highs this week fuelling demands for reform of the exam "gold standard". Shadow education secretary David Ca

School's rating upgraded

Undated Handout photo of a girl leaping. See PA Feature LIFESTYLE Outdoors. PA Photo/Handout  (28996339)

Rescue team in £35,000 ambulance appeal

One of Amy’s amazing, award-winning creations

POLKA POPS: Cakes on sticks help Ribble Valley baker scoop top award

Horror Camp Live

Top Halloween award for Ribble Valley horror attraction

A workshop for professionals will be held at the council chambers in Church Street

Draught proofing sessions set for Ribble Valley

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Free BBQ set to draw crowds in Clitheroe

Helen Brown    26.01.15
Building site work has started on the new Aldi supermarket site in  Clitheroe, as a digger starts to clear the area. (16999828)

Final day for licence comments

Clive Lawrence 9-8-2014L/R Crowds flock into Clitheroe Town Centre for the Clitheroe Food Festival. (23547333)

East Lancashire companies help launch annual food festival

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Hidden history set for unavailing

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Ofsted judge Ribble Valley children's home as 'good'

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Pub's bedrooms bid to be voted on by council

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Ribble Valley school scoops top award

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Deadline passed on cemetery plan

Pretty, a Shropshire ewe lamb, shakes off bath water as she is being held by Michelle Wetzel of Manheim, Pa.,  at the Pennsylvania Farm Show, Thursday, Jan. 12, 2006, in Harrisburg, Pa. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster) (28861720)

Residents asked for their views on returning show

Residents called on to help village clean up bid

Residents called on to help village clean up bid

Residents invited to tour meetings

Residents invited to tour meetings

St Mary's Sixth Form student Bradley Foster is all set for a seven week work experience trip to India. Bradley, aged 17, will travel to the sub continent to work in the charity and voluntary sectors with an NGO. Picture by Paul Heyes, Wednesday June 17, 2

Blackburn student to teach at Indian school during seven-week trip

Leisure park plan for lakes

Leisure park plan for lakes

WALK: The charity walkers set off from the Foxfields Hotel towards Whalley

220 in walk for hospice

FRIENDLY: Mellor Juniors FC and FC Face line up for their match

Match seals friendship

Helen Brown    20.06.15
Ribchester Field day.Procession leaving from Bee Mill. Ribchester.
Pictured is Sheila Booth, from Ribchester WI, representing 100 years of inspirational women. (29588600)

Ribchester Field Day success

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Damp-proofing courses available in Ribble Valley

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 First Class Nursery in Whalley recently received an outstanding OFSTED report.
Pupils Darcyann Quinn, Jessica Rishton, James Miskell, Eleanor Humphries and Matthew James with senior early years practitioner Charlie Green, nursery man

Ribble Valley nursery is 'outstanding'

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Ribble Valley art gallery stages opening weekend

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Building site work has started on the new Aldi supermarket site in  Clitheroe, as a digger starts to clear the area. (16999828)

Public getting say on supermarket's plans

Reindeer handler Fiona Smith tends to the new arrivals at Birds Farm, Barton in Cambridgeshire, Thursday December 8 2005. The Six Reindeer including two calves have arrived from the famous Caingorm herd in Scotland and will be the centre of attention at t

Deer stalkers shown best practice

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Historic Whalley Abbey looking for help

Helen Bowman from English Heritage gets a sneak preview of the Inner Temple Garden on Temple Avenue, central London Friday 10 June 2005, ahead of the London English Heritage and London Parks & Garden Trust's 'Open Garden Squares Weekend. Over 80 of London

Hidden gardens set to be unveiled

PERFORMERS from all across East Lancashire are being sought to showcase their talents at the second stage of Aviva Tour of Britain.

Chance to showcase talents at the Tour of Britain

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Ribchester set for 55th carnival

Clitheroe handed £215,000 economic boost

Danny Young

Young chef aiming to best in the country

Alastair Mowat, a director of Edinburgh brewers Innis & Gunn's, samples Thursday July 24, 2003, some of its newly-unveiled oak-aged beer, which is matured in the same style as malt whisky, in specially imported barrels. PA Photo: David Cheskin.  (28994316

Protests against 'city-style' cocktail bar venture

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Ribble Valley business pass service tests

File photo dated 05/11/2003 of fire engines at Gloucester Fire Station. Morale in the fire service has plunged because of the delay in paying a wage rise which threatens a fresh industrial dispute, a new survey revealed Monday July 19 2004. A poll of 750

Fire hit charity shop appeals for donations of unwanted clothes

MP praises Ribble Valley economy

MP praises Ribble Valley economy

Deadline for comments on Longridge housing plan passed

Tiles could fall off Clitheroe offices

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