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Bingo winner disgusted after Domino's Pizza garlic bread arrives half-eaten

A woman’s elation at winning bingo soon turned to anger when she ordered a Domino’s pizza and garlic bread – and it arrived half-eaten.

Karen Carman, 60, ordered the fast food as a celebration for her unlikely win but found much of the box’s contents to have already been gobbled up. 249 more words

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Track of the Day

20/08/14

Rae Morris: Closer

From one northern girl to another; Rae and her versatile, ever-changing voice is taking ears everywhere by storm. Her debut EP Cold was out last month and this latest track ‘Closer’ had it’s first ever play last night (19th) with Zane Lowe on Radio 1. 270 more words

New Music

Anti-fracking campaigners’ day of action – round-up of events

19th August 2014

Our review of 24-hours of anti-fracking protests and the reaction to them.

17th August
2pm Blackpool|
Granada reports hundreds of anti-fracking campaigners march through Blackpool in opposition to further exploratory drilling on the Fylde Coast. 747 more words

News Stream

****** NEW ****** Fleetwood Apprenticeship Vacancies and Internships

Apprentice Theatre Assistant @ Fleetwood

To assist the Box Office and Sales Coordinator in maintaining a successful sales process.

To represent the Council at sales events. 269 more words

Latest News

Murder crime and dark deeds in Blackpool

FREDERICK ROTHWELL HOLT AND KATHLEEN ( KITTY) BREAKS
1919

Wooster without Jeeves

Frederick Holt was a lucky man.  He was thirty one years old.   He had inherited five hundred pounds a year from his mother. 1,190 more words

Blackpool

Blackpool reprint

The logistics of storing and filing the negatives for all these walkies is still a bit of a mystery.  Just finding space for thousands of negatives must have been a problem.  309 more words

Walking Picture

Blackpool financial affairs and revolving door recruitment under fire | Louise Taylor

said Riga on Friday. The 57-year-old former Standard Liège and Charlton manager was speaking publicly for the first time since being appointed in June.

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