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'No decision yet made' on village police station future

LANCASHIRE Constabulary have responded to an Aughton resident's claims that the village's police station has been saved from the axe. Earlier this week, The Champion reported on a letter sent by a senior police officer to campaigner Alan
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Villagers urged to vote for police station survival

AUGHTON residents are being asked this week to help save their village police station by taking part in a poll next Monday (October 31). Earlier this month a group of village residents succeeded in their bid to hold a referendum on the issue of
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People power wins referendum right

AUGHTON residents determined to save their village police station from closure have won their right to have a referendum on the issue. Last month The Champion reported on efforts by a group of villagers to force Aughton Parish Council to take over
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Drugs factory hidden in respectable village

A MOBILE phone call landed a 25-year-old man behind bars for eight years after police later discovered keys to a drugs ��factory�� in a West Lancashire village house. Police arrested David Garrett for using a mobile phone but then found tens of
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Eaterie wins top award

AN AUGHTON eatery which comes with Marco Pierre White's personal approval has won an award for the quality of its Sunday lunches. The Swan Inn, on Springfield Road, was voted the winner in the Best Sunday Lunch in the Liverpool Food and Drink
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Roy reveals electronic key to writing career

A UNIVERSITY lecturer turned author from Aughton has turned to technology as the best way of getting his work published. Roy Chester, of Delph Moss Lane, told The Champion that he has turned to self-publishing his books electronically for the
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