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Bohemia’s new pub shows
‘Extremely dangerous’ missiles have been thrown at homes and passing traffic by teenage boys blighting a Leyland housing estate.
The sun shone on months of hard work when organisers picked Preston’s Caribbean Carnival’s king and queen.
The grieving mother of a Leyland teenager found hanged in woodland near Worden Park, seven weeks after he went missing, is now asking why the search to find him took so long.
A Leyland firm has now temporarily closed after staff staged a mass walk-out in protest over pay.
Plans for a 50ft-high wind turbine on Dunkirk Lane, Moss Side, have been withdrawn – despite gaining some support from the community.1 comment
Delighted Dave Makinson saluted his Leyland players after a cup triumph which sets up a derby clash against rivals Chorley.
Bamber Bridge could have a bonanza of big crowds in next season’s Evo-Stik Division One North.
Anarchic comedian Paul Foot has announced a return to 53 Degrees after playing there last year.
Fans of The Stone Roses should head to Lancaster’s Dukes cinema next Thursday for a unique insight into the band.
Chorley Little Theatre
Friday May 24
An Eastern adventure story told by puppets returns to the region to delight young audiences - and particularly deaf and hearing impaired children - at Lancaster’s Dukes on Saturday.
The amazing Mugenkyo Taiko Drummers come to Lytham to stun the audiences at the Lowther Pavilion tomorrow night.
In May 1931, 24-year-old Alfred Wainwright set out with three friends on a walk which would prove to be a gruelling test of man’s endurance against nature.
Bill Southworth is preserving the fond memories he has of his hometown the way he knows best – painting.
A new chairman for the Leyland My Neighbourhood Forum has been appointed – as the previous one has reluctantly been forced to step down.1 comment
There was not an ugly duckling in sight when these new arrivals appeared at a Preston nursery.
Over 400 riders got in the saddle to support the first ever St Catherine’s Hospice Big Bike Ride on Sunday which was a huge success.
My year as Guild Mayor video
Carl Crompton will go down in the history books as one of a select few lucky enough to become a Guild Mayor.
Families had a ‘quacking’ good time at the Leyland Rotary Club’s annual duck race on Monday.
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Weather for Leyland
Thursday 23 May 2013
Temperature: 7 C to 11 C
Wind Speed: 35 mph
Wind direction: North west
Temperature: 6 C to 13 C
Wind Speed: 28 mph
Wind direction: North