Record-breaking scrap metal firm invests in future

A record-breaking year at a Morecambe firm is being followed up with an investment in new machinery to help the company grow further.

Steven Old.

Stevenage 2-1 Morecambe

Morecambe suffered their fourth defeat of the season as they went down at the Lamex Stadium.

Childrens and wildlife TV presenter Lizzie Daly at SEA LIFE.

‘School of fish’ as Sea Life Centre unveils UK’s first ‘underwater’ classroom

Schools across Lancaster are being invited to swap their traditional classrooms for something a bit different.

Bride’s joy as dad suffering from dementia walks her down the aisle

Bride’s joy as dad suffering from dementia walks her down the aisle

A father who has advanced dementia managed to make his daughter’s wedding day even more special by walking her down the aisle.

Tunstall pub to open after major refurbishment

Tunstall pub to open after major refurbishment

A long-established pub set in the countryside outside Lancaster has undergone a 12-month refurbishment.

Fuel Proof Limited is stepping up its recruitment drive.

Heysham’s future is Fuel Proof

Fuel Proof Ltd of Heysham is stepping up its recruitment drive, as a result of several significant developments.


Asda launch massive toy sale with up to 50% off big brands

With only 94 days left until Christmas Asda is getting parents prepared for the big day by launching a massive toy sale with up to 50 per cent off toys such as Power Rangers and Paw Patrol.

Lancaster Market Square

Slippy stones causing misery for Lancaster shoppers

People are continuing to slip on the new paving stones in Lancaster city centre.

College students are hosting an afternoon tea.

Afternoon tea anyone?

Catering students from Lancaster & Morecambe College (LMC) are currently organising an afternoon tea for members of the public.


Couple caught romping on CCTV in Domino's warned they could face jail

A couple caught on CCTV having sex in a Domino's takeaway have been warned they are facing the possibility of a custodial sentence.
An Echo of Murder by Anne Perry

Book review: An Echo of Murder by Anne Perry

Twenty-three books in and Anne Perry’s brilliantly conceived William Monk Victorian mystery series is as fresh and invigorating as ever.
Lancaster University

Lancaster University named University of the Year

Lancaster University has been named University of the Year by The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2018.

Reverend & the Makers will be dropping in to Action Records

Record store signing for Reverend & The Makers

For a little independant record shop on Church Street in Preston, Action Records stand head and shoulders with the big boys.


Clear your diary - the world might end tomorrow!

Clear your diaries folks - we have a big day tomorrow (Saturday, September 23), when all life as we know it may end.

Westgate were crowned Westmorland League champions.

Season review: Bowler Zac Buchanan’s wicket-haul over season was vital in team’s championship defence

Pre-match plotters. On field combatants. Tenacious to the end. And they don’t like losing.

Tomas Grime (left) and Will Jepson (right).

Tennis: Tomas enjoys terrific end to summer season with county doubles success

Lancaster’s junior tennis player Tomáš Grime ended his summer season with a prestigious win in the 12U Doubles at this year’s Lancashire County Championships.

Ben Ransome.

Feature: Ben joined athletics club in an attempt to give up smoking

In the third of a series of articles, Ben Ransome talks about his experiences with Lancaster and Morecambe Athletics Club.

William G Stewart and his wife Laura arriving at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts

Fifteen to One presenter William G Stewart dies at 84

Former Fifteen To One presenter William G Stewart has died at the age of 84, a representative has said.

Brexit is a plus for Morecambe tourism, say experts. Photo by Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Brexit ‘a positive’ for Morecambe tourism

Brexit is a major plus for tourism in Morecambe, claim industry insiders.

Conservative City Councillor for Bolton-le-Sands and Slyne ward, John Wild outside Bolton-le-Sands post office.

Bid to save Bolton-le-Sands Post Office relocation

City councillor John Wild has called a public meeting to be held on September 25 at 6.30pm at the Old Boys’ Grammar School in Bolton-le-Sands, to try to save the village Post Office from relocation.

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