One's home is their castle, or so the truism goes. But that rarely refers to an actual castle. This, however, is an actual castle: Thurland Castle. And you could live in a literal castle and take on the title as Lord for £1,100,000.
They say money doesn't make you happy, but there are a few times when one can start to doubt the truth in that aphorism when you see something which would very likely make any of us very happy indeed. And that very same thing is available for money.
The FA Charter Standard programme, the FA's accreditation scheme open to all grassroots clubs and leagues, has hosted a charity football match in Burnley, raising almost £400 for the mental health charity Mind.
A Burnley couple's golden wedding anniversary celebrations at Turf Moor have raised almost £1,000 for Pendleside Hospice after they asked for friends and family to forego presents and instead make a donation in their name.
Perfection is innately subjective, but now and again there is a product or creation of such soothing class that it can't help but look very close to being universally considered perfect. On the housing front, this four-storey offering in Preston on the market for £795,000 is about as perfect as a house can get.
A Burnley and Pendle estate agents' has risen to this year's Pendleside Hospice Corporate Challenge, kicking off their fundraising campaign with a cake stall offering Pendle Pub Walkers a much-needed energy boost.
A new study on one of the more burning issues of the cultural zeitgeist has revealed that 20% of Burnley residents believe that cannabis legalisation would create an increase in tax revenue and bring with it various other benefits including increased quality for users and fewer cases of alcohol-related issues.
Offering free cancer information and support, Macmillan Cancer Support’s Mobile Information and Support Service will be visiting Burnley next week with cancer information specialists on hand to answer any questions.
New figures from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) have revealed that just over 500 home buyers in Burnley and Pendle have taken advantage of the Help to Buy scheme since it was launched four years ago.
Nine friends have completed a 127-mile charity cycle along the Leeds & Liverpool Canal, raising over £3,000 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association in memory of one of their mates who died from the disease at the age of just 54.
With views across Pendle Hill and equestrian facilities on site, Stoney Raikes Barn is as quintessentially Lancastrian a house as possible. A charming barn conversion to boot, it is a rustic dream, and is on the market for £750,000.
Two children from a Burnley primary school have been named runners-up in a leading writing competition, praised for their brilliant stories about making the world a better place for the Explore Learning Writers' Awards.