First World War books on display in Arkholme

Books and ephemera from the First World War will be displayed at Arkholme Book Fair this Saturday.

Billy Bigelow and Julie Jordan played by Paul Knowles and Alice Helm take a trip to Happy Mount Park, Morecambe to ride the Rastelli Carousel in preparation for Morecambe Amateurs production of the Rogers and Hammerstein musical  'Carousel' which is being presented at the Grand Theatre, Lancaster.

Join the Carousel at Lancaster’s Grand Theatre

Morecambe Amateur Operatic and Dramatic Society will be presenting the iconic Rogers and Hammerstein’s Carousel at Lancaster’s Grand Theatre.

Football freestyler Jamie Knight.

Football freestyler in Lancaster

Football fans and their families can go to a free soccer event at Marketgate Shopping Centre on Saturday (June 23).

Live Before You Die at the Gregson Centre.

Fringe theatre show focuses on mental health

Lancaster writer/performers Byron Vincent and Dave McGinn return to the Gregson with their autobiographical fringe theatre show about mental health, friendship and suicide.

Yuuki Bouterey-Ishido.

New musician performing at Haffner Orchestra concert

The cellist previously announced to play in the Haffner Orchestra concert on June 30 in the Ashton Hall in Lancaster is unable to perform.

Sue Thompson at the Midland Hotel, Morecambe, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year.  Picture by Paul Heyes, Monday June 18, 2018.

How iconic hotel got by with a little help from its Friends

Sue Thompson was the driving force behind setting up a friends group for Morecambe’s Midland hotel in 1998.

Angelo Starr and The Edwin Starr Band.

Soul Train festival comes to Morecambe

Soultrain 2018, four days and 35 hours of solid soul music heads to The Midland Hotel in Morecambe this week.

The Real Thing will be performing at The Platform in June.

The Real Thing at The Platform

Multi-million selling soul band The Real Thing are ready to give their much-loved disco hits a new lease of life with an extensive UK tour.

Arnside and Silverdale Arts Trail.

Arts and crafts trail back in Silverdale and Arnside

The popular Silverdale and Arnside Art and Craft Trail is back for its 14th year.

The Modern Guide to Heroism and Sidekickery.

Lancaster comedy showcase has fringe benefits

Lancaster City Council has teamed up with three of the best venues at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to host a pre-fringe showcase, the first of its kind in the city.

No aircraft allowed

Could you travel to The Far East without stepping on a single plane?

Studio Lambert, the award-winning television company behind Gogglebox, are seeking people with a keen sense of adventure to take part in a trans-global race for a cash prize.
Booths chairman Edwin Booth

Booths free hot drink scheme to be cut

Booths free coffee benefits - a staple of many people's days - are to be cut.

Where are the best Spanish restaurants in Lancashire?

Is the weather making you want something a little more exotic?

Lancashire sees 67 million visitors pour in each year

LISTINGS: Your 2018 summer guide to what's on in Lancashire - including festivals, shows, gigs and places to stay

Lancashire is heating up for a sensational summer with an array of festivals, shows and gigs in the line-up.
Wardleys on the river Wyre

Hunt for legendary Lancashire port

In the second of a two-part series, local historian Gordon Heald examines the clues as he attempts to unravel the mystery of just where on the Lancashire coast the semi-mythical Roman port known as Portus Setantiorum was located
Kings Scar off the coast of Fleetwood pictured in 1995

Mystery of Lancashire's long lost port

It is one of Lancashire's great mysteries and has puzzled historians and locals alike for centuries. The possible location of the semi-mythical Roman port known as Portus Setantiorum is a saga of ancient maps, forgery, larger than life characters and fruitless expeditions.
Community radio

Community radio stations in Lancashire

Not-for-profit radio station operated, owned, and influenced by the communities they serve.
King Scar in the Wyre estuary

Closing in on a Roman legend

In the second of a two-part series, local historian Gordon Heald examines the clues as he attempts to unravel the mystery of just where on the Lancashire coast the semi-mythical Roman port known as Portus Setantiorum was located

Women from the Lancaster district with their banners in Edinburgh.

Lancaster theatre backs centenary celebrations

Lancaster’s Dukes theatre supported the city’s East Meets West group to take part in the centenary celebrations of women’s suffrage at the weekend.

Katie Duxbury's creations are on display at King Street Studios in Lancaster.

Lancaster exhibition features costume design

King Street Studios latest exhibition Surface and Form is an exhibition of costume design and abstract paintings.

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