Monthly Archives: August 2018

150th anniversary of Longridge St Lawrence with St Paul

This year’s 150th anniversary of Longridge St Lawrence with St Paul becoming an ecclesiastical parish has seen its excellent events programme enjoyed by both parishioners and community since celebrations began in April. The anniversary theme ‘Celebrating the Past Looking to the Future’ has been marked so far by the diocese’s ‘parish with two churches’ enjoying […]

Thornley School Reunion

Thornley School Reunion – Sunday 16th September. The school will be open from 1.00pm – 2.00pm and then from 2.15pm at Ferrari’s County House Hotel for a hot & cold buffet. The tickets are £12.50 each – available from myself. The reunion is for all past pupils, parents, partners and anyone with connections to the school […]


What is Microsuction? Microsuction is a method of removing ear wax from an ear canal under a microscopic view using gentle suction. It is considered the gold-standard method of wax removal among ear, nose and throat professionals. How does it work? A thin metal tube, which is attached to a suctioning machine, is slowly inserted […]


Help Save Our Sewers and Seas

If you want to help reduce the amount of plastic entering our seas, rivers and oceans, save yourself costly drainage maintenance fees and contribute to stopping the formation of...

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Lancashire County Council Safe Trader Scheme

The Safe Trader Scheme is celebrating its 10 year anniversary this year. The Scheme is operated by Lancashire County Council Trading Standards Service to assist residents of Lancashire to...

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Water Works – Why we should all drink more water

Ask most people how much fluid they are supposed to drink in a day, and they will reply "Eight glasses of water." This number has seeped into the public consciousness over the past couple...

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