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UKIP General Meeting 5th March 2015

February 27th, 2015 in News, Notices

Just over 2 months before the General Election and 18 local elections take place. UKIP West Lancashire branch are ready for our biggest challenge yet. We will be fighting against well organise and well funded legacy Parties. Tory Labour and LibDems. Knowing that we have right on our side has made us even more determined… Read more »


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CCTV appeal following robbery at Preston off licence

February 9th, 2015 in News

CCTV appeal following robbery at Preston off licence POLICE investigating a robbery at a Preston off licence have released CCTV images of two men who they would like to speak to in connection with the incident. It happened at around 9.20pm on Sunday 25 January at Booze Stop on Watkin Lane in Lostock Hall. Two… Read more »


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Lancashire Police to host Facebook Q and A session to support Safer Internet Day 2015

February 9th, 2015 in News

Lancashire Police to host Facebook Q and A session to support Safer Internet Day 2015 LANCASHIRE Constabulary is reminding internet users of the importance of staying safe online ahead of Safer Internet Day tomorrow (Tuesday 10 February), by holding a question and answer session on Facebook to discuss the importance of internet safety. The annual… Read more »


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Fatal collision in Down Holland

February 6th, 2015 in News

Fatal collision in Down Holland POLICE are investigating a fatal road collision in which a cyclist sadly died. The incident occurred at around 4.35pm on Thursday 5 February on Greens Lane, Down Holland. The 67 year old cyclist from Maghull was involved in a collision with a tractor trailer. He sustained serious injuries to his… Read more »


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Appeal after bone found on beach in Fleetwood

February 4th, 2015 in News

Appeal after bone found on beach in Fleetwood POLICE are appealing for two girls to come forward after they found a piece of bone on a beach in Fleetwood. The bone, which was not initially thought to be human, was found by two teenage girls in late September/early October last year and handed in to… Read more »


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Classic Car and Classic Motor Cycles meeting Sunday 1st March

February 4th, 2015 in News

Classic Car and Classic Motor Cycles meeting Sunday 1st March Posted February 4th, 2015 by jmr jmr & filed under News, Whats On. The famous Cars and Coffee concept which started in Irvine California at old Dunkin Donuts which now see Thousands turn up on a Sunday morning is coming to The Corner House Wrightington WN6… Read more »


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Do you recognise this man? He may be from Lancashire

January 15th, 2015 in News

Do you recognise this man? He may be from Lancashire Police investigating a rape which happened in the Northumbria Police area of Seaton Burn in 2013 have renewed their appeal for help from the public. Officers have released some new images of a man they are keen to speak to in connection with the incident…. Read more »


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Victims encouraged to ‘think restorative justice’

November 14th, 2014 in News

Victims encouraged to ‘think restorative justice’ LANCASHIRE Constabulary is encouraging people to think about restorative justice and how it could work for them as part of International Restorative Justice Week. Restorative justice (RJ) gives victims the chance to meet or communicate with the person or people who have caused them harm – to explain the… Read more »


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Charlie Seiga Weekly BLOG 22 ‘PUT THE BLAME ON WHO?’

November 3rd, 2014 in News

Charlie Seiga Weekly BLOG 22 ‘PUT THE BLAME ON WHO?’ When the great decline started to kick in on our council estates the older population blamed it on the drug culture.  They said that drugs were the sole cause of the lawlessness and the behaviour of the youth; but  for me I personally think that… Read more »


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