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OAPs’ retirement village planned for outskirts of Preston

Environment
Peter Bradley was originally convicted and sent to prison for Actual Bodily Harm.

Police search for Leyland man wanted on recall

Crime

Traumatised dog who was 'tortured' in Chorley gets fresh start

Crime
Photo Neil Cross
Chorley Hospital reopening of the A&E department
Mark Pugh, Medical Director

Fears Chorley hospital accident and emergency unit to close by October

News

Woman tied up by robbers during raid on Fulwood home

Crime

FOR SALE ON THE DARK WEB: 420,000 Lancashire people at risk of identity theft

Crime

APPEAL: Police hunt man after alleged assault

Crime

'Stolen' BMW pursued through Preston

Crime
The funeral of Saffie  the youngest victim of the Manchester Arena terror attack will be held in Manchester tomorow.

Leyland firm offers free coach travel to Saffie's funeral

Transport

Viewpoint: Muslim faith at the heart of Preston life

Peter Bradley was originally convicted and sent to prison for Actual Bodily Harm.

Police search for Leyland man wanted on recall

Crime
Police would like to identify these men in connection with their enquiries.

Woman tied up by robbers during raid on Fulwood home

Crime

Traumatised dog who was 'tortured' in Chorley gets fresh start

Crime
Crews were called to the scene of the fire at the Poulton Plaiz caravan park

Investigation after suspected arson attack at Poulton caravan park

Crime
Cyber crime.

FOR SALE ON THE DARK WEB: 420,000 Lancashire people at risk of identity theft

Crime
Amanda Craig

CYBERCRIME: Lancashire mum's shock over Identity swap

Crime
Zain Javed

CYBERCRIME: Cyber criminals preying on human error

Crime

Chorley court listings - Tuesday July 25 2017

News

Pair jailed for 'brutal' murder of Lancashire pensioner

Crime

Prisoner finally back behind bars after 17 years on the run

Crime

APPEAL: Police hunt man after alleged assault

Crime

Train chaos in Lancashire after fatality

News
The funeral of Saffie  the youngest victim of the Manchester Arena terror attack will be held in Manchester tomorow.

Leyland firm offers free coach travel to Saffie's funeral

Transport
The surge in ticketing comes after clamping on private land was banned in 2012

Code of conduct urged as number of parking tickets from private companies rises

Offbeat
Antiques boss Brian Beck examines oil damage after just two months

More black marks for Preston's shared spaces

Preston

BLACKPOOL AIR SHOW 2017: Display times

Arts

Woman injured after falling from train at Blackpool North

Transport

UPDATE: Major delays in Preston due to temporary traffic lights

Transport

Is your car ready for a summer road trip?

Transport
Gerald Henderson, pictured when Editor of Farmers Guardian

Farewell to former Farmers Guardian editor Gerald Henderson

News

Train chaos in Lancashire after fatality

News
Photo Neil Cross
Ilyas Esmail, Saeed Atcha, Sofia Begum-Ali and Sara Suleman at Jamea Masjid mosque on Clarendon Street, Preston with a small portion of the  food they have collected for the Salvation Army food bank

Half of children who need food banks are under age of 11

Education
Photo Neil Cross
Chorley Hospital reopening of the A&E department
Mark Pugh, Medical Director

Fears Chorley hospital accident and emergency unit to close by October

News
The Channel 4 Great British Bake Off team

Leyland firm unveiled as sponsors of The Great British Bake Off

TV

A Taste of Thailand is coming to Preston

News
DCI Andrew Fyfe

CYBERCRIME: Take care not to ‘give away’ too much data about yourself

Business

Leyland firm offers free coach travel to Saffie's funeral

Transport

Code of conduct urged as number of parking tickets from private companies rises

Offbeat

Commuters parking at Chorley Train Station may get parking refund

Business

More black marks for Preston's shared spaces

Preston
Photo Neil Cross
Ilyas Esmail, Saeed Atcha, Sofia Begum-Ali and Sara Suleman at Jamea Masjid mosque on Clarendon Street, Preston with a small portion of the  food they have collected for the Salvation Army food bank

Half of children who need food banks are under age of 11

Education
Photo Neil Cross
Chorley Hospital reopening of the A&E department
Mark Pugh, Medical Director

Fears Chorley hospital accident and emergency unit to close by October

News
The campaigning group 'Children of the Ghetto' set up a symbolic security and metal detector checkpoint entering the Harris Library on Saturday 22nd July 2017.
The group setup the checkpoint for just half an hour, on Saturday afternoon, as an act of solidarity with what has been happening at Masjid Al Aqsa in Jerusalem, Palestine.

Fake ‘metal detector’ at city museum to highlight situation in Middle East

Preston
Coun Paul Greenall pictured moments after resigning from the Tory group at County hall  and moving to sit next to Independent Councillor Liz Oades

Lancashire County Councillor quits Tory party in intimidation row

News

Top of the Tanks at Tatton Flower Show

News

PNE planning meeting tickets 'sold out'

News

Intervention skills inspiration for Preston councillors

News

Preston bids to ban city of beggars

Politics

Golden boy Will Fothergill, 12, from Chorley floating after jump-tastic success

News
Photo Neil Cross
Ilyas Esmail, Saeed Atcha, Sofia Begum-Ali and Sara Suleman at Jamea Masjid mosque on Clarendon Street, Preston with a small portion of the  food they have collected for the Salvation Army food bank

Half of children who need food banks are under age of 11

Education
SS Mary Michael pupil Oliver Billington winner of the Garstang Show's programme cover with mum and sister show chairman Mark Gorst and headteacher Cathryn Wilkinson

Oliver's showstopping design for Garstang Show’s guide gets thumbs up from directors

Garstang
Students from Sir Tom Finney Community High Issac Eley, Katie Wilson, Ronan Barker, Shane Stone at the brook in Grange Park, Ribbleton

Chemicals dumped in Preston school's eco-stream

News
Grads Sarah Gregory

Break was the right decision for Sarah

Education

Golden boy Will Fothergill, 12, from Chorley floating after jump-tastic success

News
Prince Harry at Headway in Suffolk

Headway Preston and Chorley gets Royal seal of approval for its ID cards

News
Photo Neil Cross
Chorley Hospital reopening of the A&E department
Mark Pugh, Medical Director

Fears Chorley hospital accident and emergency unit to close by October

News

Funding drive to get special home for little Thomas

News
Gerald Henderson, pictured when Editor of Farmers Guardian

Farewell to former Farmers Guardian editor Gerald Henderson

News

OAPs’ retirement village planned for outskirts of Preston

Environment
Preston New Road - closed after protesters climbed onto wagons

Preston New Road closed due to fracking protest

Environment
The award-winning Chorley Flower Show is now just days away and the latest line-ups for have been unveiled.

Time to spruce up your petals for flower show

News

Being a teen today is a breeze compared to what their parents endured

Offbeat 2
The average nursing and midwifery role advertised in the NHS is only drawing three applications

Only three applications on average for every NHS nursing job

Offbeat 1
Charlie Gard's mother Connie Yates arriving at the Royal Courts of Justice in London

Charlie Gard's parents in new High Court fight over taking baby home to die

Offbeat 2
Nicole Kidman advertising Jimmy Choo

'Sexy' designer shoes beloved by the well-heeled

Offbeat

May has an uphill struggle

Opinion
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Not so fast with speedy food

Opinion
The Serpentine Lake at Moor Park

Preston soldier had blood on belt but acquitted of attack

Nostalgia