This week’s 10 most read Lancashire stories

This week's most read stories
This week's most read stories
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Here are the most read stories from the week.

1. Jonjo murder: Two more men charged with murder

Two more men have been charged with the murder of Jonjo Highton in Preston, taking the number charged to five.

2. Update: Two more men charged with Jonjo murder

Two more men have been charged with the murder of Jonjo Highton in Preston, taking the number of people charged to seven.

3. Dad electrocuted working at school

Gas engineer Jason Haslem, 24, of Studholme avenue, Penwortham, was fixing an appliance at the school in Oldham, Greater Manchester, when he received the fatal shock.

4. {Son forced mum to grow £26,000 worth of cannabis

A ‘soft touch’ grandmother grew cannabis with a street value of up to £26,000 because her son wanted to go to Disneyland.

5. Widow campaigns after husband’s brain tumour death

Wife Eleanor’s fund-raising tribute to ‘perfect gent’ husband who died from a brain tumour just six weeks after suffering from symptoms, not long after the couple celebrated their seventh wedding anniversary and months after the birth of their son.

6. Ghost hunters probe Preston lap-dancing club

A group of ghosthunters were called to a Preston bar after spooky goings on became too much for the staff at Perfect 10s.

7. Evening Post’s Karl tries and fails to eat 4lb monster

This is the gargantuan meal that could bring a tear to the eye of even the biggest eater – a whopping 72oz steak.

8. Business as usual for PNE

Preston North End will turn their attention back to the pitch tonight following the close of the transfer window and the speculation which surrounded Simon Grayson being linked with his former club Leeds.

9. Grayson happy in the PNE job

Preston North End boss Simon Grayson has distanced himself from speculation linking him with the Leeds United job.

10. Brian buys up his local pub

Builder Brian Staines was devastated when his local pub closed and was put up for sale – so he bought it.