Santa in various guises, along with elves, festive fairies and even the odd Christmas pudding, made an early visit to Clitheroe on Saturday for Rosemere Cancer Foundation’s second annual Castle Park Santa Dash/Stroll. An enthusiastic crowd of some 50 runners, which included parish priest the Rev. Andy Froud and his dog Lulah, were set on their way for the one-mile run/walk around the park’s playing field by town crier Roland Hailwood and businessman and cancer charity champion Bill Honeywell BEM.
The Joy to the World concert on Sunday at Trinity Methodist Church and Community Hub in Clitheroe was attended by a capacity audience in spite of it being a very cold evening and earlier threat of snow. Nigel Rix, chairman of Clitheroe Christians in Partnership, sponsors of the event, welcomed the audience and the Ribble Valley Choir and Orchestra with members travelling from as far as Settle, Barnoldswick and Colne. Deputy Mayor of the Ribble Valley, Coun.
Family and friends gathered at The Clitheroe Residential Home on Eshton Terrace for the birthday party of Winifred, who is known as Win. Win has enjoyed a full and active life. Not only has she been a teacher, but she also used to run her own corner shop in Barnoldswick. Retiring when she was 70 years old, Win has remained a very independent and active lady who still continues to make her own hand-crafted cards. The Mayor of Clitheroe Coun.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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