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Ghosts, directed by documentary filmmaker Nick Broomfield, was a vivid and harrowing record of the events of February 5, 2004, directly addressing the circumstances that put the workers in a position where they regularly risked their lives for a pittance. n A CANADIAN who feared his missing brother was a man found hanged in a wood near Lancaster, discovered that he was alive thanks to a Visitor investigation. Following a story the previous week about a police investigation into an unidentified body found in a wood at Forton, John Tunstall, from Ontario, Canada, feared it might have been his missing brother, Guy Adrian Grigg. Plans submitted would see the Hurley Flyer vessel relocated to a purpose built station that would lead out onto the jetty slipway. More than 250,000 was raised in a matter of months by the hugely successful Home for the Hover appeal run by The Visitor in conjunction with the Royal National Lifeboat Institute's hundreds of volunteers and supporters. n A 'GENTLEMAN and gentle man' of the theatre died after a long battle against cancer at the tragically young age of coach outlet 15301 42. Roger Bradley, one of the best known and best loved thespians on the local dramatic scene, passed away peacefully at St John's Hospice. Roger gave pleasure to thousands of theatre goers in the Morecambe and Lancaster area with his performances in many highly acclaimed shows, some of which he directed himself. MONKEY magic hit Morecambe as one of Britain's top bands took the resort by storm in an astonishing surprise gig. Word had been spreading coach outlet coupons discounts for a day or two before the event that 'something big' was in the air, but when the announcement was made that the Arctic Monkeys were the big name act booked for The Dome, locals could hardly believe their luck. Dozens froze their brass monkeys off as they braved Morecambe's wintry promenade to queue overnight to make coach outlet stores ellenton sure they got their tickets. n A HEROIC train driver trapped after a fatal derailment caused by a points failure, was helped to safety by police officers from both Lancaster and Morecambe. Margaret Masson, 84, from Scotland, died when the London to Glasgow train derailed at Grayrigg approximately five miles north of Kendal. EMERGENCY services staged a dramatic rescue when a man climbed over the guardrail on Carlisle Bridge and threatened to jump into the river below. The man, said by police to be 40, climbed onto an outrigger of the bridge. He slipped and fell into the Lune, but was rescued by the inshore lifeboat.
CONGESTION charging could be the answer to solving the district's chronic traffic problems, a controversial solution which was being considered as part of a nine month 120,000 study. The survey was also considering park and ride, an ultra light rail system, road modifications, road closures, new bridges, dedicated bus routes and even underground tunnels. VANDALS aged just 10 were thought to have been responsible for smashing windows on the 'Hogwarts Express' train used in the Harry Potter films.
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