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'Little Charmer' receives special pharmacy prize

Little Aoife-Kerr Eland, three, received a basket of flowers from delighted staff at the pharmacy.

Pie firm hit rivals for six to land club contract

Clayton Park Bakery general manager Brian Ashworth said he always enjoys a ‘good innings’ at the cricket club where the company has won the contract to provide this year’s pies.

Police chief impressed by young cadets

The young Volunteer Police Cadets – who are all between 13 and 18 – helped out at the Clitheroe Food Festival where they welcomed the public, handed out guides and assisted with directions.

Girl inspired to fundraise after seeing councillor's bike challenge

Cori Whittaker, 11, of Banbury Close in Milnshaw, saw local ward councillor Paul Cox complete a charity cycle ride in aid of Accrington Blind Society and the North West Air Ambulance following an article in the Observer a few weeks ago and contacted him to see what she could do to help.

Police launch appeal after burglars smash their way into children's nursery

The First Class Day Nursery on Noble Street in Rishton was targeted last weekend by unknown offenders who disabled their CCTV system before smashing a window to gain entry.

Retired art teacher from Rishton launches Japanese-style exhibit at Haworth gallery

Valerie Haney, of Blackburn Road, has showcased 11 pieces of her work in a style influenced by Japanese culture.

'Little Charmer' receives special pharmacy prize

Little Aoife-Kerr Eland, three, received a basket of flowers from delighted staff at the pharmacy.

Pie firm hit rivals for six to land club contract

Clayton Park Bakery general manager Brian Ashworth said he always enjoys a ‘good innings’ at the cricket club where the company has won the contract to provide this year’s pies.

Police chief impressed by young cadets

The young Volunteer Police Cadets – who are all between 13 and 18 – helped out at the Clitheroe Food Festival where they welcomed the public, handed out guides and assisted with directions.

Girl inspired to fundraise after seeing councillor's bike challenge

Cori Whittaker, 11, of Banbury Close in Milnshaw, saw local ward councillor Paul Cox complete a charity cycle ride in aid of Accrington Blind Society and the North West Air Ambulance following an article in the Observer a few weeks ago and contacted him to see what she could do to help.

Police launch appeal after burglars smash their way into children's nursery

The First Class Day Nursery on Noble Street in Rishton was targeted last weekend by unknown offenders who disabled their CCTV system before smashing a window to gain entry.

Shrewsbury Town v Accrington Stanley: League 2 match preview

JAMES Beattie tells his Accrington players to shrug off Saturday's disappointment before they aim to get off the mark in Shropshire.

Cheltenham Town 2 Accrington Stanley 1: League 2 match report

Bury target Kal Naismith saw an eventful week come to an agonising finish, equalising for the Reds only to miss a late spot-kick.

Cheltenham Town v Accrington Stanley: League 2 match preview

STRIKER James Gray reckons the Reds should be rocking after giving Leeds a good run for their money in midweek

Bury's Kal Naismith bid 'amuses' Accrington Stanley boss James Beattie

Reds' boss was surprised by the way their League 2 rivals delivered offer for Scottish winger

Ribblesdale League review

SYED Shahabuddin was back with a bang last weekend as he helped GREAT HARWOOD to a crucial derby win against BAXENDEN.

Retired art teacher from Rishton launches Japanese-style exhibit at Haworth gallery

Valerie Haney, of Blackburn Road, has showcased 11 pieces of her work in a style influenced by Japanese culture.

Students across borough waking up to A-level results

Richard Jones, headteacher at St Christopher’s, said the school had enjoyed a record breaking year.

In This Week's Paper

Journalists

Stuart Pike
Deputy editor specialising in politics
Alex Bell
Crime
Bethany English
District reporter
Beth Abbit
Court reporter
Jon Macpherson
Reporter
Kate Watkins
Reporter specialising in communities
Garth Dawson
Photographer and columnist