What’s in this week’s Visitor?

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The Visitor has hit the shelves once again, and is full of news, entertainment and sport.

Read how a man and woman attempted to lure young children into their campervan by offering them sweets, as well as a graduate who has volunteered for the Paralympics after returning from the Olympic games, where she took part in the opening and closing ceremonies.

You can also find out how you can have your say on anti-social behaviour in your community, you can read about The Heartbreaks’ new single ‘Poll’, and how the resort enjoyed a bumper bank holiday last weekend. One landlord described it as “the busiest we’ve ever had”.

In sport, Jim Bentley is set for his 50th game in charge of Morecambe when the Shrimps take on Bristol Rovers at the weekend.

In entertainment news, this weekend sees Morecambe’s Seaside Festival take place, and the town prepares to open its doors to a new comedy club at the Platform.

For all for all of these stories, plus much more, buy your copy of The Visitor for just 80p.