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St Christopher's CE High School celebrates GCSEs  ST CHRISTOPHER'S CE High School celebrated one of its most successful years - with one student getting straight 9 grades.
The restaurants you can get free food on GCSE results day 2019  WHETHER you're elated or relieved this GCSE results day, you've no doubt earned yourself some free food after months of hard work.
Setting the Tone for Great British Rhythm and Blues Festival  THIS weekend, 20,000 music fans are expected to head to Colne for the 30th Great British Rhythm and Blues Festiival.
Rovers fans' verdict on club's season ticket initiative  We asked our fans' jury what they made of the club £10,000 for 10,000 season ticket sales initiative.
Simon Smith: Don't turn your noise up and keep the faith  Opinions are like noses; most people have one but there are almost always a couple of holes in it.
Missing woman Pamela King from Accrington is found  MISSING woman Pamela King has been found in Accrington.
M65 was closed for over an hour for 'police incident'  A MOTORWAY was closed in both directions after a police incident.
Williams hopes Rovers defenders have answered some doubts  Derrick Williams hopes two clean sheets can go some way to answering the question marks that have hung over the heads of the Rovers defenders since last season.
GCSE RESULTS 2019: Updates as East Lancashire students pick up their results  Morning everyone, the wait is over for East Lancashire school pupils to find out whether the last-minute cramming and revision was worth it. Our...
Johann Berg Gudmundsson says competition for places is very high  JOHANN Berg Gudmundsson believes this current Burnley squad is the strongest he has been involved in his time at the club.
New Muslim burial site allocated at Burnley Cemetery  EXTRA space has been allocated within a cemetery to accommodate Muslim burials for the foreseeable future.
Padiham mum gives birth in her parents' conservatory  A PREGNANT woman who was visiting her mum and dad ending up giving them an unexpected gift – a granddaughter born in their conservatory.
PAW patrol to visit Blackburn town centre  BLACKBURN will host the world’s first PAW Patrol brick trail starting tomorrow.
Pendle parking blitz for safer schools  A BOROUGH-WIDE crackdown on dangerous, careless and illegal parking near schools has seen 80 cars ticketed in a year.
Family unhappy with investigation into death of Accrington mum  THE family of a woman who died after taking a combination of prescription drugs have raised questions about events before her death.
SELRAP meets to keep rail reopening on track  THE next meeting of the group campaigning for the reopening of the Colne to Skipton rail line will be on Monday September 9.
Funeral date set for Nightsafe founder, Edna Arnold  THE funeral of Edna Arnold, the former Tory councillor who founded Blackburn’s Nightsafe refuge for the homeless, will take place at the town’s Cathedral.
£1m project to protect Earby from flooding now complete  THE finishing touches have been put to a delayed £1million project to protect a hillside town from flooding.
Concern as drivers use chevrons on Great Harwood road  A PETITION is being launched for extra safety measures to stop motorists cutting over chevrons and potentially hitting pedestrians on a road in Great Harwood.
Mowbray on defensive pairing & where Rovers must improve  An eighth win in 12 games partnered together, including six clean sheets, the Darragh Lenihan and Derrick Williams partnership is delivering results for Rovers.
Blackburn fly-tipping in Infirmary area sparks council clampdown vow  COUNCIL chiefs have vowed to clampdown on fly-tipping after complaints from residents.
National Burger Day: 5 places to visit in and around Blackburn  Today is National Burger Day so, to celebrate, here are some of the best places in East Lancashire for burger-hungry fans to satisfy their taste buds.
Homeless woman stole sunglasses 9 days after being given court discharge  NINE DAYS after being given a conditional discharge for theft and threatening behaviour a homeless woman was caught stealing from Marks and Spencer.
Mowbray explains Armstrong decision in Rovers' win at Hull  Adam Armstrong made just a sixth league start as a central striker for Rovers in the win at Hull City.
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