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The vestments will form part of the Opus Anglicanum: Masterpieces of English Medieval Embroidery display.

Towneley Hall vestments loaned to national museum

Arts
Sabden villagers are being urged to report incidents of vandalism and damage to the police

Ring the police is appeal to Sabden villagers after wave of vandalism

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Mary Sanderson 1920-2016

One of Lowerhouse Mills Club's finest sadly dies

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Burnley business nominated for Butterfly Award

Arts

Padiham shop opens for first time since Christmas floods

Business

Charity event for Men United in Colne

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Police hunt man who exposed himself to teenage girls

Crime

Body of alcoholic and drug user found in house

News
Tributes to Dean Dewhurst

Tragic twist of fate for Ribchester crash victim (28)

Transport 1
The scene of the fatal crash in Clitheroe

Community in shock after Ribchester man (28) dies in crash

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The scene of the accident

Police appeal after fatal road crash

Transport

Ring the police is appeal to Sabden villagers after wave of vandalism

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Police are hunting the flasher

Police hunt man who exposed himself to teenage girls

Crime

Armed police called to Padiham house

Crime
Burnley Crown Court

Police chief welcomes sentencing of wine bar fracas trio

Crime
Furniture for Education Worldwide chairman Terry Burns (left) with charity volunteers, takes delivery of the chairs destined for Tanzania from St Cuthbert's Operatic Society.

From Burnley to Tanzania, chairs will be seats of learning for children

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Pupils at Burnley's Holy Trinity C of E Primary School have plenty to smile about after scooping a hat-trick of sporting awards.

Triple sporting success for students to celebrate

Education
Mrs Clare Cheetham, the new headteacher at St Mary Magdalene's RC Primary School with some of her pupils

Warm welcome at popular primary school for new headteacher

Education
Themis at Burnley College are the only establishment in Lancashire to offer the professional scouting course.

Pro scouting course takes off in Burnley

Football

Padiham shop opens for first time since Christmas floods

Business
The Duke of Lancaster in Colne will be hosting the charity night this Saturday.

Charity event for Men United in Colne

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Butchers

Which are the best butchers shops in Lancashire?

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Family members sentenced following wine bar disturbance

Crime 4

Calico receives bill of good health

Politics
Fly-tipping in Burnley cost the council half a million pounds from 2014-15.

Cleaning illegal dump costs the council £550k

Business
Across the north west's 6.3 million people, dogs were the biggest source of noise complaints.

Almost 800 noise complaints in Burnley and Pendle

Politics
Jessica Chatburn with her award winning photograph

Jessica just one of two British winners in top photographic competition

Arts

End of an era as historic landmark Burnley pub is demolished

Arts
Furniture for Education Worldwide chairman Terry Burns (left) with charity volunteers, takes delivery of the chairs destined for Tanzania from St Cuthbert's Operatic Society.

From Burnley to Tanzania, chairs will be seats of learning for children

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(From left) Helen Noble, CEO Pennine Prospects; Peter Jordan, Newground, Together Trust; Coun Jeff Sumner, Mayor of Burnley; Pam Warhurst, Chair of Pennine Prospects; Chris Atkinson, South Pennines Woodland Heritage Officer

Half a million pounds pledged to woodlands project

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The ramblers from Vitry sur Seine show their delight at arriving in Burnley's beautiful countryside

French landings in sunny Burnley for keen ramblers

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One of Lowerhouse Mills Club's finest sadly dies

News
The Duke of Lancaster in Colne will be hosting the charity night this Saturday.

Charity event for Men United in Colne

News
Neil Ibbotson and Louise Helsby (centre) present a cheque for 1,227 to Neonatal Specialist Practitioner Lisa Slater, surrounded by members of staff on the NICU ward.

Donation to unit will be baby Oscar's legacy

Health
The route for Run in the Dark Manchester. (s)

Run in the Dark route revealed

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Richard Farnworth (left) of Farmworth Rose with Simon Raine of Handelsbanken

Charity golf event raises over £1,000 for Pendleside Hospice

Sport