High achievers to receive certificate at St James's Palace ceremony
A NEUROSCIENTIST from West Lancashire met the Queen when she opened the National Centre for Bowel Research.
ON Wednesday November 14 2012, six ex-cadets and staff from 1026 Ormskirk Squadron ATC were invited to St James’s Palace to receive their Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s Award from The Duke of Edinburgh HRH Prince Philip himself.
AN air cadet from Skelmersdale will be on Cloud Nine when she enjoys a Royal appointment with Prince Philip.
FOUR of our finest young people visited Windsor Castle at the weekend for a special appointment with HM the Queen and adventurer Bear Grylls.
THERE are many people who join scouting groups and strive to achieve in activities, but two in particular, Gemma Roberts and Stuart McMichael, from West Lancashire, have received Royal recognition.
AN ORMSKIRK cricketer enjoyed a date with royalty when he travelled down to Buckingham Palace as part of Lancashire’s County Championship winning side.
SKELMERSDALE air cadets were rewarded for their efforts at the squadron’s annual presentation evening.
NEW cadets at Ormskirk ATC have completed their training to become fully-fldged members of the group.
A SKELMERSDALE-born entrepeneur who started his business with a small workshop is celebrating 25 years in the car accident repair business by organising a major charity event.
AN ORGANISATION which has helped hundreds of young people across West Lancashire celebrates the 70th anniversary of its first beginnings.
AN ORMSKIRK student has earned the Duke of Edinburgh Gold award after completing a gruelling four-day expedition.
FOUR hardy teachers cycled from the North West to London last week in 48 hours raising over £1,000 for charity.
A POPULAR West Lancashire businessman has been presented with an award by the Duke of Edinburgh.
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A 26-YEAR-old Marine from Wrightington was killed while on his way to present an award to an Afghan helping his country’s reconstruction efforts.
WEST Lancashire schools and colleges celebrated record-breaking success in the 2008 GCSEs.
A SKELMERSDALE Air Cadet could be going Top Gun after flying solo with just 12 hours flight training.
THIS week Memories honours the Royals in 1981, with Ormskirk’s golden boy George Longstaff picking up his Duke of Edinburgh Award at Buckingham Palace.
HIGH-flying Skelmersdale Air Cadets visited Rivington Pike near Bolton to practice for their Duke of Edinburgh Award.