Bacup Miscellany: 2nd: Prose and Verse by Local Writers Past and Present

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Bacup Miscellany: 2nd: Prose and Verse by Local Writers Past and Present

Bacup Miscellany: 2nd: Prose and Verse by Local Writers Past and Present

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Almost half of the length of the platform was covered with a canopy which consisted of twelve glazed pitches and under this were two platform shelters, one longer than the other. Peter has received a wealth of positive feedback from members of the Bacup Past and Present group, with two people even writing poems dedicated to him. Alongside this, pupils learn to be historians developing their disciplinary knowledge understanding methods of historical enquiry, how evidence is used to make historical claims and understand why there are different interpretations of the past.

BRGS is situated on a hillside overlooking the Rossendale Valley in the village of Waterfoot, between Rawtenstall and Bacup. How and why have different factors been more important than others for individual medical developments? The photos below show the print outs on the (as yet loose) baseboards; not all track has been included or printed out as I didn't want to waste paper / ink and it is the ones shown that are critical to each other, if you see what I mean. A more recent tradition, but one that has certainly gathered pace and literally world-wide interest, is the Annual Gravy Wrestling Championships, held every August Bank Holiday at the Rose and Bowl, a couple of miles out of the town centre; grown men and women battling it out in a huge pool a gravy is certainly something to behold!g. roads to nowhere, hills that are over steep, roads that are too narrow and have bends that are far too tight, bridges where there is no need for a bridge, etc). Trish Kenny, who had saved them and looked after them, said she felt it was a weight off her shoulders to have someone do something to preserve the photos. All the environs outside of the railway land are ficticious but designed to give the impression of a town nestled in the Pennines.

Left out are the junction to the Rochdale line (assumed to be off-stage and still present, even though the period modelled is after the line closed), the engine shed and most of the sidings in the goods yard. For more than 70 years at least, slide shows have been produced by leading lights of Bacup Natural History, giving members a tour of the town through the ages. There is no great accuracy for the measurements if I am honest; the ones for the houses are based on the Skaledale terraced house and expanded width and lengthways as the Skaledale one is a bit too diminutive (amongst other anomalies), whereas others are judged by looking at photos where there is something of known dimensions next to them (a car, 16 ton mineral wagon, etc). In the background is your usual grotty Pennine mill town, with unloved terraced houses, chimneys galore, mills (both working and abandoned) and the River Irwell trickling past, choked almost to death by the myriad of chemicals that have flown into it upstream from various factories. Anyway, I thought I'd take a couple of shots with my iPhone (camera is still kaput) and ask whether what I am planning makes sense and also which layout of the houses looks better.million hits and the number of members in the Bacup Past and Present group has increased by over 4,500 people. Star Academies is one of the UK’s leading education providers with primary and secondary schools across the country. A great deal of them seem to be of similar dimensions; two up-two down with one upstairs window at the front and two at the rear (one being smaller than the other). Business has been carried out here for centuries, with the earliest traders dealing in woollen cloths and domestic flannels.

A HISTORIC archive of photographs capturing the Valley’s history has been saved - and viewed nearly 4 million times online. By the 1850's Bacup had become of the black spots of industry the dark satanic mills casting their shadow over the town. The teachers of that school became the nucleus of the new staff at the Bacup and Rawtenstall Secondary and Technical School (later to change its name to Bacup and Rawtenstall Grammar School) which opened on the present site in 1913. He was one of the fou-nder members of Bacup Camera Club and some of his original glass slides survived for many years. The Festival’s main aim is to attract and expose visitors to the beauty, heritage and culture of Rossendale.

There was another lady who was able to show the photos to her grandmother and found pictures of the lady’s husband. Anyway, I hope that these give a bit better idea of what the aim is, even if everything is at the same level at the moment.

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