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Photo of the Day: December 10th

Graham Denney has submitted this misty photo of Pendle Hill and its Trig Point.

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Lovemurder by Saul Black

Book review: Lovemurder by Saul Black

In crime fiction, murderers come and go… some are bad, some are very bad and some are downright evil.

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Gallows Drop by Mari Hannah

Book review: Gallows Drop by Mari Hannah

Stiffen the sinews and summon up the blood… Mari Hannah’s north-east cop DCI Kate Daniels is back on the beat and waging war on a vicious killer.

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The Knife Slipped by Erle Stanley Gardner

Book review: The Knife Slipped by Erle Stanley Gardner

After a forty-six year lull, the frosted office door of ‘B. Cool, Investigations’ swings open once more as the lovable private eye team of ‘hard as nails’ boss Bertha Cool and her ‘little runt’ operative, Donald Lam, set to work on a tough new case in The Knife Slipped.

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Photo by Robin Willoughby

Photo of the Day: December 9th

Robin Willoughby's autumnal view of Wycoller.

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Burnley Youth Theatre is hosting an inter-school talent competition. (s)

New inter-school talent competition

A youth theatre group is hosting an inter-school talent competition between high schools in Burnley, Hyndburn and Pendle next year.

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Croston Fair

Top 10 things to do in Lancashire at the weekend

Here is a list of upcoming events this weekend.
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The cast of Burnley Youth Theatres Wizard of Oz. (s)

A magical new production

Burnley Youth Theatre will present a new play tomorrow that spills with magic and wonder.

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Photo by Karl Anthony Peel

Photo of the Day: December 8th

This calming photo of the River Ribble was sent in by Karl Anthony Peel.

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Dave and Fiona King, from Reedley, when BK's Heroes, set up by their late son Ben, officially received charity status (s)

A service to remember loved ones

A special service of remembrance will be held at Burnley Crematorium for people who wish to remember a loved one at Christmas.

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Drama, dinosaurs and smiling snowmen with Usborne

Book reviews: Drama, dinosaurs and smiling snowmen with Usborne

Christmas comes only once a year… and Usborne Children’s Books always know how to make the season of sparkle extra special!

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Photo by Roy Ainsworth

Photo of the Day: December 7th

Roy Ainsworth has shared this lovely photo of the Christmas lights in Burnley town centre.
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Photo by David Belshaw

Photo of the Day: December 6th

David Belshaw has submitted this stunning photo he took from higher Ogden reservoir.

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Evies Allies by Kitty Danton

Book review: Evie’s Allies by Kitty Danton

The hopes and fears, joys and disasters of an English wartime village spring to exciting life in the second book of Kitty Danton’s warm and captivating debut trilogy.

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Attiq Azam, 32, won in the Male Fashion Look On Trend category.

Hair and square: Burnley barber claims national award

A Burnley barberer is proving a cut above as he claims a National Hairdressers’ Federation award for his stylistic talents with scissors in hand.

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Photo by Lynne Harrison

Photo of the Day: December 5th

Lynne Harrison has shared this photo of Pendle Hill that she took from Standen Road.

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Photo by John Ford

Photo of the Day: December 4th

This lovely photo of a dog on a frosty morning on Padiham Greenway was sent in by John Ford.

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Photo by Pamela Wilkinson

Photo of the Day: December 3rd

This stunning photo of the sunset from the Padiham bypass was captured by Pamela Wilkinson.

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Amazing animals, dazzling Dickens and melting snowflakes

Book reviews: Amazing animals, dazzling Dickens and melting snowflakes

There’s plenty to choose from this Christmas when it comes to books for your children.

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Framed by Ronnie OSullivan

Book reviews: Thrills, chills and crime for winter nights

Framed by Ronnie O’Sullivan

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