From the death-defying stunts of Big Pete’s monster truck to wacky lawnmower racing – Scorton Steam Fair rolled into town this weekend.
Bilsborrow was brilliant! The verdict on a fabulous day out was unanimous after the sun shone down on Bilsborrow and District Children’s Festival and Village Fun Day on Saturday.
Children took to the streets to tell drivers to slow down as part of a national road safety day.2 comments
More than 16,000 people – a record attendance – visited Myerscough College for an action-packed family fun day on Sunday.
Schools make sweet music video
The pupils of schools in Preston and beyond take their places at the city’s Guild Hall tomorrow for the first day of the Music Festival for School.
England may not be doing too well in the one day internationals, but Preston’s youngsters are set to give the cricketing world a run for its money.
Youngsters as young as four years old are learning BMX tricks at a national standard track in Fishwick.
Warm sunshine greeted South Ribble’s new mayor as the traditional civic procession made its way through Penwortham.
More than 40 toddlers waddled their way around Cuerden Valley Park, Bamber Bridge, in the name of charity.
The team at Preston’s Lush cosmetics store had the sweet smell of success last week as they hosted a party to celebrate the release of a new perfume.
Pirates, aliens, penguins and astronauts were among the hundreds of visitors that descended on Catterall for the annual village gala this weekend.
Lancashire fair is a hit video
Queens, flower children, dancers and bands entertained crowds at this year’s spectacular Goosnargh and Whittingham Whitsuntide Festival.
Thrill seekers were taken through the decades by UClan’s Burlesque Society.
Crowds lined the streets of Garstang on Bank Holiday Monday for the biggest event in the town’s summer calendar, Garstang and District Children’s Festival.
The sun shone on months of hard work when organisers picked Preston’s Caribbean Carnival’s king and queen.
Roaring in to action every month, the Garstang Lions aim “to empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions Clubs”.
Ten years ago Nick Hunter quit Preston market believing its death knell had sounded.
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Weather for Garstang
Wednesday 19 June 2013
Temperature: 10 C to 17 C
Wind Speed: 16 mph
Wind direction: North west
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Wind Speed: 12 mph
Wind direction: South