Beer enthusiast to judge at World Beer Awards

A local beer writer and BBC Radio Lancashire beer enthusiast is judging at the World Beer Awards in London.

Senior auctioneer Wilf Mould.

Free antiques valuation event in Clitheroe

A team of experts from leading auction house, Silverwoods, will be at Holmes Mill in Clitheroe on Friday.

Can you help the police with their investigations?

Police appeal after Sabden burglary

Police are asking local residents for their help in identifying a man who is wanted in connection with a local burglary.
One of the nests showing the Bowland hen harrier chicks.

Rare hen harriers breed in Bowland

Rare hen harrier chicks have hatched in Bowland for the first time since 2015.
The Bentham dance band Donut.

Make family memories at Testifest

The much acclaimed two-day Testifest charity music festival, which is equally a celebration of family, is to have a 70s groove when it returns to its Hartley’s Farm campsite home in Tosside next month for what will be its fifth consecutive year.

Headliners The Lovely Eggs.

Why The Lovely Eggs make perfect headliners at forest festival

Homespun Ribble Valley music and arts festival A Break in the Clouds will deliver a loud and proud finale when headliners The Lovely Eggs take to the stage at Gisburn Forest next week.
Holly Tyne and shop assistant Steph Hodges receiving the award.

Ribble Valley retailer sees off competition from national brand

A Clitheroe retailer has scooped an accolade at a prestigious national industry awards.

Keen cyclist and marathon runner Nick Owen.

Heartbroken son to complete Ironman event

A keen cyclist and marathon runner will take on his biggest challenge yet on Sunday in memory of his mum.

Fleetwood Bac on stage at The Grand.

Hopes that tribute band will come ‘bac’ soon

If you want to be transported back to the 70s and 80s for a Fleetwood Mac concert then make sure you buy a ticket for one of critically acclaimed tribute band Fleetwood Bac’s shows.

Louise Procter, of Roost Lifestyle on the left, presenting Helen with her vouchers.

Blooming good win for shopper Helen

A regular shopper in Clitheroe is the latest winner of Clitheroe Chamber of Trade and Commerce’s Shop Clitheroe loyalty card scheme.

It's been a good turn out for Clitheroe Castle's parkrun.

Great start for Clitheroe Castle parkrun

Clitheroe Castle parkrun has been launched in spectacular style with glorious weather and perfect running conditions for the first two events held at the end of this month.

The road is now clear following this accident..

Ice cream van recovered from road after crash in Read

Police appealed to drivers to take care when passing the scene of a crash in Read this afternoon.
It was a busy afternoon for firefighters.

Firefighters deal with blazes a stone's throw away from each other

Firefighters have been visiting local residents in Burnley offering them fire safety advice after dealing with two blazes at homes in the town a stone's throw away from each other.

The police are ready to deal with any underage drinkers.

Police primed to deal with any underage drinkers

Underage drinkers are being warned they could end up in a police cell this weekend as a family-fun weekend gets underway.

Did you see this accident?

Police appeal after man seriously injured in motorway crash

Police are appealing for information after a serious accident on the M6 in the early hours of this morning.

Police are appealing for any information about this road rage incident.

Police appeal after Nelson road rage assault

Police are appealing for information after a driver was assaulted during a road rage incident in Nelson.

The junction where the main traffic lights have stopped working.

Work due to start next week to fix Whalley traffic lights

Work is due to take place next week to repair a fault to a set of traffic signals on Accrington Road near Whalley.

Charlotte Leach.

Help Charlotte to make a difference

A former pupil of St Augustine’s RC High School at Billington is travelling to Fiji next month to inspire children living in hardship.

Staff and pupils with Tony Plant and his wife Janet.

School's sponsored silence raises £1k for vital charity

You could hear a pin drop at a Ribble Valley primary school recently when all of its pupils took part in a sponsored silence in aid of the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

The Rev. Andy Froud at the Gravetalk event.

Gravetalk was far from all doom and gloom

An informal event gave those living at a local care home the chance to talk about death and dying in an informal, unthreatening way, over cream scones and cups of tea.

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