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A picture of a teddy lost in Morecambe is one of the top topics on a photo sharing website. Ursula Deriaz posted on pinterest that the teddy bear (pictured) had been lost on Saturday, September 14 near Festival Market and the Midland hotel. Inbox Ursula on pinterest.
Protest trip for NHS rally
Lancaster and Morecambe TUC is laying on coaches for the NHS Support Rally this Sunday (September 29) in Manchester. A march and rally will take place as the Conservative party conference takes place in the city. The cost is £5 for waged, £3 unwaged and coaches leave Dalton Square in Lancaster at 10am, returning at 5pm. To book a seat call Eugene Doherty on 07944 142876.
Schools lead way in SATs figures
Figures for SATs tests taken by eleven-year-olds this year show that the proportion of Lancashire pupils reaching expected levels in reading, writing and mathematics has risen from 76% to 77%, compared with 75% nationally. The increase has been achieved despite national scores remaining unchanged in the past year.