The Prince of Wales has been in the region today. Large crowds turned out in Clitheroe where he started his day.
Prince Charles then left the Ribble Valley for a spot of of cheese tasting in Garstang. Paul Crone has this report which does contain some flash photography.
The Queen has paid tribute to those who inspire the nation in her annual Christmas message.Read the full story ›
The Queen will praise the achievements of those who inspire others - from sporting stars to "unsung heroes" like volunteers and carers.Read the full story ›
Members of the Royal Family are expected to be among the guests attending a memorial service for the sixth Duke of Westminster.Read the full story ›
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visit Manchester today to visit Francis House Children's Hospice that William's mum - Princess Diana opened in 1991, as well as Manchester's National Football Museum.
They'll first be visiting the National Football Museum, housed in the city's iconic Urbis building. Then they'll attend a reception with some of the brightest and best young Mancunians, who are making a difference to their communities.
Prince Edward is visiting the region later.
He'll be performing a number of official duties during the visit to the North West.
Pippa Middleton is reportedly engaged after her boyfriend popped the question on a trip to Cumbria.
The Duchess of Cambridge's sister is believed to have said yes to financier James Matthew's proposal while the couple were on a weekend visit to the Lake District.
Pippa was propelled to global fame when she was bridesmaid at the wedding of Kate and Prince William in 2011.
Prince Harry will visit the region today, meeting young people involved with community sports projects in Wigan.Read the full story ›
Thousands of people will be celebrating the Queen's 90th birthday this weekend but one school in Bolton started the party early today.Read the full story ›
Preparations are taking place across the region ahead of street party celebrations to mark the 90th birthday of our Monarch.
Leading etiquette coach William Hanson caught up with ITVs Matt Price in Manchester to give him a quick rundown on how to behave.