SLIDESHOW: Can't see the church for the Christmas trees

Morecambe Parish Church welcomed hundreds of visitors through the door to its annual Christmas Tree Festival.
Morecambe will host a Goth ball at the Winter Gardens. Picture by Bryan Thompson

Goth New Year party in Morecambe

You can celebrate the New Year in a alternative way as a Morecambe theatre hosts a special masquerade ball.

Tracey Austin's Dance Factory presents Beauty and the Beast at Morecambe Winter Gardens.

Beauty and the Beast panto in Morecambe

Morecambe Winter Gardens will host a festive treat for all this week.

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The Fulwood Institute and workshops were officially opened by Lord and Lady Derby on September 23 1895.

Galloway's appeal: Celebrating 150 years of Galloway's - how it all began

As one of Lancashire’s oldest charities, Galloway’s Society for the Blind, celebrates its 150th year, Natalie Walker looks back at how it all began.
Team Dransfield raise more than �30,000 for charity

Six-strong team of Dransfield Properties cyclists raise more than £30,000

A six-strong team of hardy South Yorkshire cyclists got into gear as they raised more than £30,000 for charity.

Annie Hughes.

Festive panto continues in Lancaster

A festive pantomime continues to run at Lancaster Grand Theatre this month.

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The photograph taken from Dan Wright's collection.

Famous funeral in old Lancaster picture

This photograph appears to show the funeral of Lady Ashton, Florence Whalley, in Lancaster.

From left, County Councillor Lizzi Collinge, Lancaster MP Cat Smith, Jean Argles, the Standard Bearer, Andrew Halladay, the Mayor of Lancaster, Coun Roger Mace and the Mayoress, Joyce Mace with the plaque  at the Miss Whalley Field centenary event in Lancaster. Picture by Richard Evans.

Plaque unveiling for Lancaster soldier’s centenary

Two plaques have been unveiled to commemorate a key figure who died in the war 100 years ago.

Storeys Cricket Club. Front row from left, Bob Duerden, Norman Mount, Jackie Clarke, Jimmy Mason, Ken Procter and Mick Brady. Back row from left, unknown (umpire), unknown, unknown, Terry Ainsworth, unknown, Keith Higginson, unknown, unknown (umpire).

Lancaster sporting photographs of the past

Historian Terry Ainsworth presents his series of monthly articles highlighting sporting photographs of the past.

Galloway's CEO Stuart Clayton at Brew Me Sunshine in Morecambe

Galloway's appeal: How Galloway's converted The Visitor's former office in Morecambe

As the Post continues its Gallowheels campaign to raise funds for a minibus for Galloway’s, NATALIE WALKER looks at the work the charity has done with the Morecambe Visitor’s former office.
This "is an old way of eating ricotta in Tuscany as a breakfast or merenda (an afternoon snack)"

How to make Katie and Giancarlo Caldesi's coffee and ricotta shots

Sweet, simple and small equals the perfect dessert.
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Ancient Roman city of Perge

Travel: Luxury in the ancient land where sun always shines: Antalya, Turkey

The Loggerhead turtle winds her way through azure seas, bobbing her head lazily from the warm, salty, water

WATCH: Lancaster impressionist does Paul O'Grady and Chris Eubank

An impressionist from Galgate has reached the final of a national variety competition.

The colossal size pudding

Asda launch foot long chocolate eclair

The most gluttonous time of the year just got a bit more decadent as Asda have just revealed their latest addition to the bakery aisle – a foot long chocolate éclair.

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Stuart Clayton, chief executive, right, with Sunila Jain and Dr Simon Clarke

Galloway's appeal: Celebrating 150 years with a sight loss conference

To mark Galloway’s Society for the Blind’s 150th anniversary, it has launched a campaign with the Post to fund-raise for a minibus. Reporter NATALIE WALKER looks at the charity’s biggest event of the year.

Frank Turner

Frank Turner to play town hall show for Lancaster and Morecambe charities

Folk-rock troubadour Frank Turner has announced a special charity gig in Lancaster in the New Year.

Judith Charmers in Wish You Were Here

'Retro destinations' tipped for comeback for UK holidaymakers

Tour operator Thomas Cook says "retro destinations" are making a comeback with holidaymakers.

The Platform in Morecambe, music and entertainment venue.

Concert for 20th birthday of Morecambe venue

A Morecambe venue will mark its 20th birthday with a special concert this Sunday (December 3).

Buchanan Street is one of the main shopping streets in Glasgow city centre.

TRAVEL: Experience Christmas shopping in Glasgow

They say Glasgow loves Christmas and they’re not wrong!

Christmas tree

Where is the best place to go for a Christmas tree?

December is nearly upon us, so it's time to think about putting up the tree.
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