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THIS photograph confirms reports of strange beasties lurking around Gisburn Forest. Read our EXCLUSIVE report here…..

beastiesl-r back- Mike Bettison, Gary Bridgens, Anna Bennett, Wiliam Whitaker
l-r front row Alysha Bolmer, Charlotte Whitaker, Olivia Horton”

Watch out! There are beasties about….

NEWSFLASH! We have received a number of reports about strange beasties lurking among the trees in Gisburn Forest.

The creatures were photographed by a worried visitor to Newton By Bowland village hall today ( Sunday 10 August).

In an EXCLUSIVE interview, the concerned visitor told Blaize that the furry creatures had gathered in the hall to sign up for FREE workshops, where they would sing, dance and act for the rest of the week.

He said: “I couldn’t believe my eyes. There were all sorts of creatures in the hall; bees, badgers, wolves.

“They were chatting excitedly about a show they are putting together on Friday, August 15 and Saturday August 16 called The Ballad of the Beasties of Bowland.

“It is very worrying. I think the entire village should go along and keep an eye on this show and make sure those beasties behave.”

Further investigation by our team revealed that the furry creatures will be taking part in a series of workshops between 3pm and 6pm and 7pm until 9pm from Monday (August 11) to Thursday (August 14).

Performances will then be held on Friday August 15 and Saturday, August 16 in Stephen Park.

For more information contact paula.horton@blaize.uk.net

* Supported by Arts Council England Grants for the Arts, Champion Bowland and Ribble Valley Borough Council

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