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GARDENERS from Blackpool who want to find out about attracting butterflies to their allotments, gardens and smallholdings can find free advice on a virtual garden centre’s website this month (July, 2015).
Now that summer is here with people spending time away from home, NHS Blood and Transplant is reminding people in Blackpool and the Fylde of the importance of taking the time to donate blood. Some blood group stocks can dip in
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A Blackpool dealership is offering Lancashire drivers the chance to test-drive a brand new hybrid vehicle that puts the very latest technology at their fingertips. Lookers Volkswagen Blackpool has taken delivery of the cutting
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‘Henry the Explorer’ is a fantasy tale about a little boy who builds his own helicopter and flies off on an adventure with surprising results.
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Please have a look at our lovely new website and let us know what you think. Www.blackpoolsmile.org Also we have just published our latest newsletter. If you would like one, just ask. We can email or post it to you.
Doting dads are looking forward to being lavished with presents this Sunday, but new research has revealed that children spend almost double on Mother’s Day.
A young man from Preston, who has faced serious health issues, has been praised by bosses in his first job for demonstrating a fighting spirit and determination to succeed. Mark Garstang, aged 18, joined Lookers Volkswagen Blac
NHS Blood and Transplant asks whether you could be the ‘missing type’ during National Blood Week. NHS Blood and Transplant has revealed that 40% fewer new volunteers came forward across England and North Wales to give blood las
Two worthy local causes have been given a cash boost from Persimmon Homes Lancashire. Staffield Cricket Club and CancerCare North Lancashire and South Lakeland are the latest groups to receive donations under the regional hous
Two Lancashire groups have become the first organisations to be given a cash boost by a regional builder as part of its year-long initiative to support local communities. Morecambe Bay Hospitals Charity and Burscough FC Junior