Publication: Lancashire Evening Telegraph

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Know your snakes: 8 facts you should know about corn snakes

FURNITURE shop boss Steve Potter kept calm when he - now you can too with this handy guide.1. The name "corn snake" is a holdover from the days when farmers in the US deep south stored harvested ears of corn in a wood frame or log building called a c ... [Published Lancashire Evening Telegraph - 14 hours ago]
Entities: Corn, Furniture, Habitat, Wood
First reported 13 hours ago - Updated 13 hours ago - 1 reports

Chorley MP backs Parkinson’s group

Chorley MP Lindsay Hoyle visited local volunteers promoting Parkinson’s Awareness Week.Mr Hoyle went to Chorley Library and spent time at the Parkinson’s stall, which aims to raise awareness of the disease and the support available for those afflicte ... [Published Lancashire Evening Telegraph - 13 hours ago]
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Bid now for Chorley green grants

Chorley Community Housing (CCH) has launched a £15,000 Green Grant scheme.Residents’ groups, community groups and garden clubs are invited to bid for one of 30 £500 grants Projects should be of benefit to areas where CCH has properties and must be able ... [Published Lancashire Evening Telegraph - 13 hours ago]
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Family farewells to Chorley roads victims

Simon WilliamsLoving tributes have been paid to two men who died in separate road accidents in Chorley at the weekend.Simon Williams, 45, was pronounced dead at the scene after his Triumph Daytona 675 motorcycle collided with an Audi A6 at the junction ... [Published Lancashire Evening Telegraph - 13 hours ago]
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Chorley claimants given curfews

TWO women from Chorley have been given curfews after pleading guilty to fraudulently claiming money.Margaret Walmsley, 52, of Greenwood, pleaded guilty to dishonestly claiming more than £5,500 and Ann Wilding, 51, of Buckshaw Hall Close pleaded guilty ... [Published Lancashire Evening Telegraph - 13 hours ago]
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Grant to feed the needy

A church charity which provides meals to the needy has been given a cash boost.Chorley Community Housing has funded extra shelving and provided meals at Living Waters Storehouse.This was done through a £500 grant from its neighbourhood fund.The storehouse ... [Published Lancashire Evening Telegraph - 13 hours ago]
Entities: Allotment
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Cabaret fun will aid cancer cause

A grand cabaret night in aid of Rosemere Cancer Foundation will be held at St Mary’s Parish Centre, Devonshire Road, Chorley on Friday, May 2.Sean Leonard will be joined by his special guest accomplished cabaret entertainer Shelly West.Music from the ... [Published Lancashire Evening Telegraph - 13 hours ago]
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Blackburn school’s mission for Syrians

A BLACKBURN school is hoping to help alleviate suffering in Syria.Tauheedul Islam Girls High School principal Hamid Patel said that pupils and staff at the school were helping to fundraise for aid in the country.The school’s own affiliated charity the ... [Published Lancashire Evening Telegraph - 14 hours ago]
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Technology update for youngsters at Accrington Academy

A HIGH school has implemented a new IT scheme using iPads.The Accrington Academy iPad Scheme is now fully in place with most pupils accessing the devices.Special lessons have already started with the school using the new tools.Heateacher Andrew Bateman ... [Published Lancashire Evening Telegraph - 14 hours ago]
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Blackburn students’ £360 for Age UK

IT was a lucky 13 for Age UK as a group of Blackburn College students raised £360 for the local branch of the charity for the elderly.The Level One Public Services Diploma students helped raise the considerable amount over two days.First of all they held ... [Published Lancashire Evening Telegraph - 14 hours ago]
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High hopes for new Blackburn skatepark

BLACKBURN’S new BMX and skatepark will be called ‘Junction4’, the town’s young people have decided.It will open later this year at the former Blackburn Rovers Sports Arena off Bolton Road, next door to Darwen Vale High School.The multi-purpose facility ... [Published Lancashire Evening Telegraph - 14 hours ago]
First reported 18 hours ago - Updated 18 hours ago - 1 reports

Halliwell Befriending Service get £1,000 grant to set up coffee morning

A BEFRIENDING service in Halliwell has been given a cash boost.The Halliwell Befriending Service was set up to help people aged 50 and over who are at risk at of becoming isolated.Organisers made a successful bid to the Big Lottery Fund and were awarded ... [Published Lancashire Evening Telegraph - 18 hours ago]

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"The team at Red Wall are experts in this area and there’s no better group to lead the project. We look forward to the many events ahead.”"
"The water tank in the loft burst and they put up barriers to stop the water going into the main pub and once the fire was put out they put sheeting up to help the pub clean up."
"We hope that schools can forge relationships with the regiments whose heritage they are exploring and can set their studies in the context of modern conflict.”"
He said: "Someone must have been involved but I don't think it was arson because there is nothing to catch fire down there, it might have been a homeless person trying to keep warm, we don't know."

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Family farewells to Chorley roads victims [Published Lancashire Evening Telegraph - 13 hours ago]
Bid now for Chorley green grants [Published Lancashire Evening Telegraph - 13 hours ago]
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