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Readers’ letters - January 11

Booths, stick to your groceries

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A reader praises Booths in Garstang. See letter

Readers’ letters - January 4

Booths is the best store

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Booths is always working to do better says a spokesman. See letter

Readers’ letters - December 16

We care about our customers

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Drugs are among the concerns raised by two young Preesall girls. See letter

Readers’ letters - Friday, November 25

Please listen to our concerns

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Nurses are calling on the Chancellor to scrap the one per cent pay cap when he delivers his Autumn Statement. See letter

Readers’ letters - Friday, November 18

Show support for our nurses

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Thousands have been affected by the blood transfusion scandal

Readers’ letters - Friday, November 18

Show support for our nurses

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Readers comment on FIFAs decision to ban the wearing of poppies

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This could solve parking issue

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Readers are full of praise for Garstang Community Academys Sister Act

Readers’ letters

Solution for school issue?

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A correspondent calls Halloween a menace. See letter

Readers’ letters

Think of other lane users

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An artist's impression of how Garstang Community Centre may look if plans from Blackpool-based developer Keyworker Homes are approved.
The plans include the partial demolition of existing business centre and erection of retail floorspace, community room with associated office and 16 apartments together with car parking.

First images revealed of protested community centre plans

The first pictures of one of the biggest and most controversial developments in Garstang town centre since the building of Booths store in 2009 have been made public.

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Lord Lieutenant of Lancashire Lord Shuttleworth with a bronze sculpture of the Queen

Birthday celebration service for Queen at Blackburn Cathedral

Blackburn Cathedral is hosting a special county service to mark the Queen’s 90th birthday ... and you could be part of it.

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A6 at Broughton

£24m. Broughton bypass moves a step nearer

Broughton’s long-awaited bypass has come a step closer with the announcement of the contractor for the project.

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Rev Dr Mike Kirby

Doctor’s
 journey of faith

If you thought there might be a conflict between science and religion, Rev Dr Mike Kirby begs to disagree.

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A reader says the government is acting unfairly by changing pension rules

Reader’s letters - Wednesday 29 January 2014

Pension ruling so unfair

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