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Buses switched to avoid village ‘danger’ route

Blackpool Transport has pulled the No 11 bus service out of the heart of Ansdell – claiming it was too dangerous to continue with the route as it was.

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Bottom of the league

An anonymous letter in last week’s Examiner, opposing Isle of Man Overseas Aid, stated that 80% of Oxfam’s funds are spent on ‘administration’.

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St Annes Carnival. Fylde Mayoress Coun Karen Henshaw crowns Carnival Queen Rosalie Rothwell.

Thank you all

A special thank you too to Carlla and Dorothy who helped make my retinue and me feel so special and beautiful.

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Optare Buses, no 18, running down the quiet residential Worlsey Rd, at the South Hey end in St Annes.'New bus route is causing concern amongst local residents about congestion.

Roads can’t cope with bus routes

I refer to your article headed ‘Bus trial anger’ (Express, October 7).

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The audience 'Pride and Prejudice, presented by Illyria at Lytham Hall

Theatre boost for Hall funds

I am writing to thank all those who helped so much in making the outdoor theatre festival at Lytham Hall such a success this summer.

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St Annes tip

Respect needs to be shown

Ian Hargreaves

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Plenty of local options despite big store demise

As a lifelong Lytham resident I, too, was sad to see the local Woolworths was closing down.
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The masterplan report is a good start for debate

I'VE walked (and run) along St Annes promenade for over 60 years and, like most of our visitors, I generally find myself looking south over the estuary in this area, rather than inland.
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We should be free to enjoy a smoke in peace

I READ with interest the article by Gordon McCully (Express, July 10).
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Stop knocking the council and work together

As a frequent visitor to the Fylde and reader of your esteemed newspaper I thought it only right and proper to write to you in praise of Fylde Council as opposed to the unworthy criticism they usually receive.
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For greyhounds it is not always a perfect ending

IN RESPONSE to Lord Lipsey's letter (Express, June 26) I must question his actual hands-on knowledge of the society.
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Workers' cars are big problem in our streets

THE problems Coun Fulford-Brown raises in the Express (June 12) have been evident to residents in the so-called Conservation Area of Lytham long before Booths' new store arrived.
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Loud music and high prices put people off pool

IS FYLDE Council trying to kill off Kirkham Baths by stealth?
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Parking permit one solution to road problems

Regarding a traffic problem that we are experiencing in my ward in Lytham centre.
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Could a tunnel be the answer to Ribble link?

LAST year, I contacted the Express about a possible bridge over the Ribble, from Lytham to Southport – something that has been mooted for almost a century.
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Pensioner did nothing wrong at all in my book

I JUST wanted to say that I pass by the gentleman on Sawley Road every day and sometimes say hello ('What did l do wrong?' Express, May 22).
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Send a message to the giant oil firms over petrol

WITH the constant increases in petrol prices, we are hitting 123.9 pence a litre in some areas now.
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Make your voice heard if you're angry over pool

LIKE many local people I have followed the closure of St Annes swimming pool with some interest, and have for the first time become aware of the councillors who voted for this.
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Where can we get our parcels weighed now?

A LOT of people would say they support the post office, although they may only buy stamps (Pensioners set to suffer, Express, May 1).
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MP took action to help avert Post Office axe

ELAINE Silverwood was quite right to pull me up for not mentioning in a recent edition of Jack's Diary the question of Post Office closures in Singleton and Elswick.
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