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Some 10,000 pilgrims lined the streets for the annual St Anne's Novena and Feast Day candlelight procession. It was held in conjunction with the 126th anniversary of the celebration of the St Anne's Shrine (formerly known as St Anne's Church) here.
At precisely 12.19pm on Saturday afternoon, a member of St Annes' first team parked his large black BMW in the Vernon Road car park, collected his cricket bag from the boot and loped up the stairs into the home dressing room. Only the Sky cameras and
Press Association Andrew Flintoff has contacted his former club St Annes with a view to playing some Twenty games for them. Photograph: Rex Features Andrew Flintoff may be about to return to his roots this summer, by turning out for his former club
29 October 2013 0 View comments A war memorial has been vandalised just two weeks before Remembrance Sunday after thieves broke open a collection box to steal just a few coins. The vandals caused 400 worth of damage to the RAF memorial in Lytham St
Stardust Grandma. , Lytham St Annes, United Kingdom, 06/7/2013 17:07 Perfect place for Snowden to spend the rest of his days. - IMO , privatedomain, Canada, 06/7/2013 17:02 it is reminiscent of Bulgaria.
Thousands of pilgrims holding lit candles provided a dazzling sight as they took part in a mammoth candlelight procession at St Anne's Church in Jalan Kulim here. Pilgrims filled the sprawling church during the highlight of the 10-day long St Anne's
Businessman Patrick Goh and his five siblings have been making the annual pilgrimage from Kuala Lumpur to the St Anne's Novena and Feast Day celebrations here for the past 35 years. Patrick, 52, said it all started when his elder brother Dennis
The stage is all set for St Anne's Feast with volunteers putting the final touches, including flower arrangements on the altar and around the church as the nine-day novena begins today. Some 2,000 strong volunteers were busy cleaning up the important
Just before noon, the name "Tiger Woods" popped up on the leaderboard at the British Open with a red "-4" alongside it. Not long ago, that would have been a signal for everyone else to book the first flight home as soon as the tournament ended.
But Prince Andrew was given an exclusive chance to test the Open course last week after flying himself there by helicopter. The keen golfer, who plays off a handicap of four, got some practice in at Royal Lytham & St Annes ahead of the prestigious