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As they say, the rest is history. Will you tide me over? We turned up, there were about 12 of us housed in the Cloisters off Westminster Hall. We were all shoved in effectively a corridor and we had no way of getting office accommodation. It was a girl called Louise Woodward [a year-old au pair who served nine months in jail in America after being convicted of the involuntary manslaughter of a baby in her care].
There were real tragedies right at the heart of it both for Louise and the family. It deals with the ethics of research programmes.
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Market Hall Monday-Saturday 9. Adjacent to the market hall is the popular traditional open general retail market boasting stalls retailing just about everything you could possibly imagine. This together with the market hall provides the opportunity for shoppers to browse over stalls and all under one roof. These days the borough is proud of the tradition but the market has moved on – there’s a cash point on site and the range of goods mirrors the popular lines of the High Street.
Food and local fresh produce is one of the major strengths. There are two main areas which make up Chorley Markets – the famous Flat Iron sometimes known locally as the ‘Cattle Market’ and Chorley Covered Market, which makes up the heart of the town with static lock up stalls as well as casual availability.
Neston 4. 6. CONGRATULATIONS to Neston’s Karen Jones who has been given an MBE for her work with the children’s charity Northern Lights. You can read more in this month’s edition.
History[ edit ] Bunbury was reputedly derived from Buna-burh, meaning the “redoubt of Buna”. Just prior to it was held by a certain Dedol of Tiverton. Much later, in the era of the English Civil War and on the date of 23 December some of the prominent gentlemen of Cheshire met in Bunbury and drew up the Bunbury Agreement. The terms of the agreement were intended to keep Cheshire neutral during the English Civil War.
It proved to be a forlorn hope because the national strategic importance of Cheshire and the city port of Chester meant that national interests overruled local ones. German aircraft returning from a night raid on Liverpool in jettisoned surplus bombs over the village, obliterating Church Row the houses have since been rebuilt. The blast caused minor damage to the exterior of St Boniface’s Church and the immediate area.
The original village centre surrounding the church was hit, damaging shops beyond repair. Four old villages have combined to form the modern-day Bunbury. The last three have coalesced to form a single village. Bunbury Mill is a watermill dating from , although there has been a mill on this site since It was restored to working order and reopened to the public as a museum by North West Water Authority later part of United Utilities.
It was closed again in , and passed into the ownership of the Bunbury Watermill Trust, who have reopened it to visitors. The parish church is dedicated to Saint Boniface and is built on the highest point of the village.
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Harp and Crown, Neston, near Corsham. Andrea Ball () 1 comment. Harp & Crown Velly Hill, Gastard () THE Harp & Crown on the main road through Gastard has been a feature of village life for well over a century. Dating; Exchange and Mart.
Cheshire — Cheshire is a county in North West England, bordering Merseyside and Greater Manchester to the north, Derbyshire to the east, Staffordshire and Shropshire to the south and Wales to the west. The county covers square miles and has a population of around 1 million and it is mostly rural, with a number of small towns and villages supporting the agricultural and other industries which produce Cheshire cheese, salt, chemicals and silk. Cheshires name was derived from an early name for Chester.
Although the name first appears in , it is thought that the county was created by Edward the Elder around , in the Domesday Book, Chester was recorded as having the name Cestrescir, derived from the name for Chester at the time. A series of changes occurred as English itself changed, together with some simplifications and elision, resulted in the name Cheshire. Because of the close links with the land bordering Cheshire to the west.
The Domesday Book records Cheshire as having two complete Hundreds that later became the part of Flintshire. Additionally, another portion of the Duddestan Hundred later became known as Maelor Saesneg when it was transferred to North Wales. For this and other reasons, the Welsh name for Cheshire is sometimes used within Wales, after the Norman conquest of by William I, dissent and resistance continued for many years after the invasion.
In local resistance in Cheshire was finally put down using draconian measures as part of the Harrying of the North, the ferocity of the campaign against the English populace was enough to end all future resistance.
Playing their first home game on the new pitch, Rhydding scored early and looked set to put on a strong display. Neston replied with a deft deflection routine from a corner and after that the game stayed deadlocked. Good composure and solid defending from Matty Birch, Harry Appleby, Till and Lewis Wild kept things steady while outstanding work from Joe Dowley at centre half ensured the ball kept fizzing around but the final connection in front of goal just did not happen and the score stayed level at the half-time break.
Bunbury is a village and civil parish in the unitary authority of Cheshire East and the ceremonial county of Cheshire, England, south of Tarporley, north west of Nantwich, and on the Shropshire Union ing to the Census, the parish had a population of .
History[ edit ] Davenham is recorded in the Domesday Book as Devenham. Its name means “hamlet on the River Dane”. In the whole of Eaton near Davenham and part of Leftwich civil parish which extended into Davenham village was added to Davenham, and in part of Davenham was transferred to Northwich civil parish. Between and , a large housing development was built on farmland to the northwest of the village centre.
The estate is known as Kingsmead and is separated from the historic village of Davenham by the A Northwich bypass. This area was originally the Kingsmead ward of the civil parish with five members representing the ward on Davenham parish council. Following a community governance review, Kingsmead became a separate parish with its own parish council in April By Easter the association had over members and expanded its interests to cover topics such as litter on the estate, speeding on the main spine and loop roads and the adoption of the estate’s roads by the County Council, in addition to the association’s primary aim which was to take over the Estate Management company responsible for the upkeep of the public areas of the estate.
Governance[ edit ] An electoral ward in the name of Davenham and Moulton exists. This ward covers much of Davenham and stretches to the Northwich area also Winsford. The total population at the Census was 13,
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Cheshire West Libraries have organised a series of events to coincide with the forthcoming centenary of the end of the First World War. Wednesday 7 November Northwich Library , 10am pm: First World War Centenary coffee morning Northwich Library will be hosting a coffee morning with representatives from the local Royal British Legion coming along to provide information and chat to customers about the Centenary.
Tuesday 13 November Helsby Library , 2. Researching Your Ancestors with Owen Powell.
Davenham (pronounced Dave-n-ham) is a rural village and civil parish approximately 3 kilometres ( mi) south of the town of Northwich, part of the Borough of Cheshire West and Chester and the ceremonial county of Cheshire in has a population of 5,, reducing following reorganisation to 2, at the Census. The village is close to the A and A roads and both the River.
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