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Lancashire Telegraph
Old streets swept away as Blackburn gets ready for a 1960s faceliftmaybe those of a certain age who are familiar with how it once looked, will be
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
maybe those of a certain age who are familiar with how it once looked, will be able to mull it over it and remember the old streets and buildings, now long gone. Fortunately, while this area of town has obviously been razed by the bulldozers and... Read more
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Daily Echo
Drugs, assault and a man stealing women's clothes: Court round-upbehaviour. Restraining order, £150 fine, £200 costs, £30 victim services surcha
Daily Echo / Posted 7 days ago
behaviour. Restraining order, £150 fine, £200 costs, £30 victim services surcharge. Kyleigh Ann Early, 32, of Lower Brownhill Road, Southampton. Pleaded guilty to criminal damage. Community order, £85 victim services surcharge. Also pleaded... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
IN THE DOCK: 5 people who have appeared at Blackburn/Burnley courtsJunaid Khan committed the offence in an Audi in Churchill Way, Burnley, on July
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
Junaid Khan committed the offence in an Audi in Churchill Way, Burnley, on July 17. An allegation that Khan, of Railway Street, Nelson, jumped a red light in Churchill Way was withdrawn by the prosecution. Burnley magistrates fined Khan £120,... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
The long-lost cobbled streets of Blackburn centre in the early sixtiesstacked high, would be saved from the wrecker's ball. Older readers will recog
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
stacked high, would be saved from the wrecker's ball. Older readers will recognise the scene as the bottom of Ainsworth Street, just as it merged into Salford - the Thwaites' house Bay horse Hotel stood on the cobbled junction. This was the bus... Read more
26d
Lancashire Telegraph
The long-lost cobbed streets of Blackburn centre in the early sixtiesstacked high, would be saved from the wrecker's ball. Older readers will recog
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
stacked high, would be saved from the wrecker's ball. Older readers will recognise the scene as the bottom of Ainsworth Street, just as it merged into Salford - the Thwaites' house Bay horse Hotel stood on the cobbled junction. This was the bus... Read more

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