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Live Review: Anhedonia at Jimmy’s

Anyone who has seen Anhedonia live before will know they are a force to be reckoned with onstage; a tight, relentless quartet of talents hungry to make an impact, and on this night at Jimmy’s, they prove it once again. 834 more words


Catch-Up: B Is For... Blackburn & Beyond

In the second part of our catch-up, we turn our attention to four clubs from the north-west of England who’ve had a rather contrasting time of it over the past three seasons. 996 more words


Blackburn Rovers secure promotion to the EFL Championship

Blackburn Rovers have secured promotion back to the Championship at the first time of asking. Tony Mowbray’s men made certain of their position in the second tier of English football with two games remaining, with the North-West side set to go up alongside Wigan. 152 more words


Charlton Ride The Storm And Take A Step Towards Wembley

The Addicks bid a fond farewell to skipper Johnnie Jackson as the South Londoners took a giant stride towards the play-offs with a gutsy performance against an in-form championship bound Blackburn side. 783 more words

Festival of Making 2108

We are looking forward to taking part in this years Festival of Making in St George’s Hall, Blackburn on 12th and 13th May 2018.

Carry on Dubbin -Warrington 25th to 28th May

It’s time to get ready for “Carry on Dubbin”, which will be returning to the Moat Lane Showground in Warrington on Friday 25th May – Monday 28th May. 252 more words


1948 - Blackburn child murder results in first mass fingerprinting.

On 15th May 1948 a crime took place in Blackburn that was to shock the nation and make forensic science history.

A three-year-old girl called June Anne Devaney was taken from her cot in Ward CH3 of Queen’s Park Hospital and brutally murdered. 116 more words