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Walking Day at St. Thanks to Lorraine Brumpton for kindly sharing it with us Musbury Church c. Kindly contributed by Dave Wise and uploaded here on 5th November Four photos above of St. Kindly contributed by Dave Armstrong and uploaded here on 8th June Lady at back is Mrs. Also Jacqui Nicholass is 3rd from the right hand. Kindly shared to us by Peter Fisher.

October members of the mothers union and girl guides from St Thomas Musbury on an outing to Worsthorne. Two photos above from Musbury Playgroup in January ready for a trip to. April and the Musbury Minstrels are getting ready for the show. Posted by Bryan Yorke at Newer Post Older Post Home. Blog Authors and Contacts Bryan Yorke bryan. Jackie Ramsbottom jax googlemail. Why not follow us on our facebook page dedicated to run alongside the "Haslingden Old and New Blog".

The page has been set up so that we can keep regular Notices of current blogs on the site which we will try and do by linking across. Occasionally we will also put on old blogs that may bear relation to current topics etc, also one of the main advantages is so that members can participate and comment and add information themselves should they so wish.

Also please bear in mind that a lot of people who make contributions to the blog do not wish to have their contributions mirrored across to "Facebook" and those will only be put on the blog alone.

If you would like to join the facebook site please click over this link. Law and His Orchestra which were kindly shared to us by the Belshaw Family. Click Here for shortcut. Marys Panto, Lollipop Ladies and groups of children, Airtours etc. James Carnival photo and also two St. James Pantomime programmes kindly shared to us by David Bates. Thomas, Greenfield Gardens residents, St. Marys Old Time Music Hall. Contact Myra Frohnapfel or Anne Dewhurst.

Thomas, Labour Party all kindly shared to us by Jackie Ramsbottom. Ltd - Badge thanks to Clifford Hargreaves. Request for Photos and Sending photos for the Blog We are constantly struggling to find photos to fill the header on the front page and so your photos would be a absolute delight to receive and as long as they are yours and of historic value, we have no problem showing them on the blog, so many people get so much pleasure from these.

The feedback has been quite remarkable. So please send your scans of the photos in so they can be put on the blog and subsequently filed within the blog, and can then be seen by the thousands who are watching on a regular basis. This way hopefully the photos will be preserved for not just us but also for the future generations of Hazeldeners, Haslingdonians, Ex pats and friends.

Also just as important as photos are memories or stories of the past and other snippetts of information which may give pleasure together with any posters, programmes and scans of memorabilia pertaining to Haslingden.

Don't worry should this be a problem, I can still show them in smaller resolution sizes, because even small photos are better than no photo. Preserve the past in words and pictures Over the many years there must be lots of interesting facts and tales what have gone on within our Haslingden and Helmshore, some vintage, some old and some new And here in our blog we are trying to re-introduce some of this precious information and where possible also offer photographs As they say its probably only the tip of the iceberg, but its got to be worth "Passing it on or sharing it before it gets lost forever" Have you something you want to share?

If so please let us know. Description of the Arms of the Borough shown above - The Arms and Crest of which the following is a description, were assigned to the Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Haslingden, by grant from the Herald's College, dated 25th March, and are therein described as follows: Quarterly Or and Argent on a fesse wavy Azure between a Lion rampant purpure, holding between the paws a Quatrefoil ermine, in the first quarter; six Eagles displayed three, two and one; Gules in the centre chief point a Rose of the last barbed and seeded proper, in the second; a Cog-wheel Sable, in the third; a Pick-axe in bend surmounting a spade in bend sinister, entwined by a Chain in arch all proper in the fourth; a Shuttle fesswise of the first tipped and furnished with thread pendant of the second and for the Crest, on a wreath of the colours upon a Mount a Rock thereon, a Moorcock holding in the beak a Sprig of Hazel, between two branches of Hazel fructed all proper.

Haslingden in its own right was incorporated as a Municipal Borough in the year and ran most of its affairs from the Municipal Offices, Bury Road now Car Park - see photo below.

Sadly in it lost most of its former Independance by being swallowed up to form part of the then new Rossendale Borough Council The government of the place in was thus described: Each churchwarden is charged with the care of a station and is made responsible for its good order. It was not till that a local board was formed. The district ruled by it was extended in so as to include parts of Haslingden, Henheads, Higher and Lower Booths in the parish of Whalley, and also Musbury and part of Tottington in Bury.

In a charter of incorporation was granted, the council consisting of a mayor, six aldermen and eighteen councillors, chosen by six wards named Town, Acre, Syke, Helmshore, Holden and Grane. The borough area was consolidated into a single township, called Haslingden, in Total Pageviews since Aikin, writing in , says: The people were forty years since chiefly employed by moneyed men at Rochdale; but now the trade is supported by capitals acquired on the spot by the industry and enterprising spirit of the manufacturers, who have erected inns for the entertainment of travellers, shops and handsome houses for their own residence.

A square is lately planned here, and some capital houses are already built in it. A number of mills for carding cotton and sheep's wool and spinning them into cotton twist and woollen yarn for the flannels made here, are erected upon the Swinnell.

There is also a corn mill on the river, formerly belonging to the Holden family, now extinct. Haslingden Council School Schools: Haslingden High School Schools: Haslingden Secondary Modern School Schools: St Johns - Stonefold Schools: John Ambulance Brigade St.

Peter's - Laneside St. Stephens - Grane St. Haslingden was one of the chapels existing when Whalley was bestowed on the monks of Stanlaw, and in it was found that its tithes were worth 5 marks and the altarage 4 marks; the chaplain had a stipend of 4 marks, and the chapel had an endowment of 1 oxgang of land.

The church, which is now called St. There was no regularly founded chantry, but in the names of two priests were recorded in the bishop's visitation list, and the same in ; later there was only one minister, the curate. There were six chapelwardens. The vicars of Whalley formerly presented the curates, but about the Hulme Trustees acquired the patronage. The benefice is styled a vicarage. In the 16th century the north chapel was acquired by the Rawstornes of New Hall in Tottington.

The south chapel belonged to the Holdens of Holden. James, the patron saint. The entries in the registers begin about , but are only fragmentary until Haslingden', A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 6 , pp. Municipal Offices, Bury Road Up until all Council business was carried out here. Honorary Freemen of the Borough Thomas Bewley Hamilton J. Arthur Schofield Watson J. Last audit and update 2nd August Turner - Dentist Ad J.

Turner dentist ad from J. Memories of village life. Stories of Local Ghost by Chris Aspin. Strange but true by Chris Aspin. Davitt's Haslingden by Dr. Nature Poetry, Sketches, And the rest. I Love Arnside and Silverdale. Burton Swift Bird Study Group. Haslingden Old and New Epipactis Atrorubens and More.

Haslingden Grane Nature Site. Beejays Bits and Pieces. Haslingden On Film St. Mary's Class of at a re-union - kindly sent in by John McGuire. Marys Class of Re-Union. Green Valley and part of the Walking Day St. Thomas and also Mayor's Sunday. HGS Camp 31secs. HGS Rag Day 12secs. Haslingden Peace Celebrations July 19th Haslingden By-pass - Opening Day photos etc from We have been kindly given fifteen lovely aerial photos showing the By-Pass during construction in the s, Emails, Catch Ups and Snippetts.

Haslingden Fire Brigade Old Photos It is thought that this early cap badge was issued by the Haslingden Secondary School, later called the Haslingden Grammar School Marys Cath School and Student Photos etc. Mary's School Student photo - Click over to enlarge Mrs. Grogan's Class - Photo kindly shared by Lynn Morley Click over to enlarge Top sketch Is a architects drawing of the school with new extensions and modifications added. Here is a photo taken at the bottom of Northfield Road, Rising Bridge.

Swinnel Brook - In the late 19th and Early to mid 20th Century, it was probably the Towns most important asset Carrs - The Lost Village.

In a way I suppose what I can remember of Carrs, could be written on a postcard! Arthur Kirby - Please click over paint The Lighter Side If you fancy just checking out my more "artistic" side with, poetry, sketches, drawings and photos etc.

Autumnwatch with Michaela and Chris. Please Click Here Film is for approx 1min 20 seconds duration. A lovely film showing both of the rare Holly Ferns which was made and given to me as a gift by my good friend Brian Gomm of Kendal. Please click here to check it out.

Film is for approx 6 mins duration. Tina O'Toole from Canada 26th Dec Dear Bryan, I had a thorough look at all your work, and want to tell you that it is really a great web-site. It must have been a lot of work, and you should be heartily patted on the back for your part in helping to preserve history. I am collating old photo's of Haslingden for my gran and grandad, and your site has been brilliant. I thought I would send you a few photo's which may be of interest to you. Once again keep up the good work.

Regards Jeff Stevens Pete Shuttleworth 9th February HI BRYAN, my name is pete shuttleworth, born and bred in helmshore i think this site is brilliant, remember corner cafe top of grane road, savoy coffee bar run by malcolm burns, public hall dances.

On Google Earth the canal takes a very sharp bend at Church and you could certainly see where it could have made a junction. Do you know where the connection would have been at the other end? Keep up the good work, I follow your additions with great interest. Peter Joan Merrill 8th March Dear Bryan, I have just found your Haslingden blog which led me to look for my other photos taken in The paper shop at the top of Station steps was owned by Nightingale's but that could be in the 40's.

The pub near Alderson's paper shop was the Red Lion I think. I found the blog very entertaining but I find I must have been away too long to remember lots of the people you mentioned. I wonder if you could help me with some additional information-could you tell me when The Tankards became the Magnet Inn,I would guess about 20 years ago?

Richard Asplen 31st March Dear Bryan, Have you an exact location for the street intersection with the ' Bradbury ' shop. My stepfather, who is now 86 years old is the grandson of the owner at the time of the 'photo.

I have more photo's from a family album, and will pass them on, should they be of some worth. You have a great community web site there. A pleasure to come across.

Richard Douglas Newton 1st May This is a very good website. I have a vivid memory of a dirty black steam engine running tender first over the bridge pulling a couple of guards vans - magic! Looking at the extent of the information now contained in your blogg it's turning into a fantastic record of times past - what a great achievement! Keep up the good work and many thanks for helping to keep these memories fresh.

Peter Arlene Harris 12th May Thanks, Bryan, I didn't know you'd done all these sites - haven't seen some of them before. They're wonderful, and a great credit to you. Haven't had chance yet to do them justice but managed a quick look.

Ths is a worthy document you've created and will be a valuable source for anyone researching the area or simply wanting to know more. I will send you some old photos of the Medals. I can remember most of the people in your blog and possibly a few more. And we lived firstly up shoot at 2 Fir St then moved to Dale St. This is just to say how much I have enjoyed looking at the blog. I moved to Haslingden with my family in about when I was ten - and we lived at Hud Hey Road!

I remember you and your mum and dad and your mum's sister Miss Kettle? I think you were about 14 or so - a few years older than me. Finally, we lived at 41 Hud Hey Rd, higher up again and just about opposite nos and It was the house with the pointed garden at the end of the row, facing down Hud Hey.

We left Haslingden to live in Preston about It is great to see again the bridge on Hud Hey Road over the railway - that was right next to no. It was also great to see the photo of the view down to the station over the fields and Martin Croft Rd and the old laundry.

This was our view too from the back of no I also remember some of the people you mention - Billy Walsh and his wife who ran the off licence on Blackburn Rd, Gerald Birtwell, painter and decorator - I was friends with his younger brother Steven who also lived on Hud Hey, and later I was friends with Oliver Martin who lived just up from me no. I expect some of these people are still around the area of course, but it was a good time for me and it's great to be reminded of those days on your blog.

I now live in Gloucester and, sadly, haven't been back to Rossendale for years. I tell anyone who will listen about it and hope they have a look and get as much pleasure from the site as I did. You know me anyway- jennifer edwards as was. Married to Peter 42 years. Although I have put in searches for Grane etc before, I only came on it by accident as it is listed as a nature site.

My Maternal ancestors had the Wellington from at least and my Paternal ancestors were in Grane from about My Granny went to school and Chapel there and later my Mother as a child lived there. So, as you can imagine, the pictures were a wonderful find. Well done on a wonderful historic site and thank you for all your hard work in producing it.

Many thanks for all your hard work compiling the Haslingden Old and New website. I live in Crete nowadays and it is good to be reminded of the Haslingden I knew as a child.

Thanks also to Dave Rothwell for the photographs - I can't believe how many people including him! I recognised from my days at St. James CE School over 50 years ago! I eagerly await the next instalment. You will be the first to know when I do.

It is you that is inspiring me, with your wonderful Blog sites. Keep up the good work with your blog. John David Stevenson Haslingden 15th Apr Thanks for all the hard work you have put into the Haslingden Old and New web site we have spent hours looking at it.

The work that you have put in on the Blog is fantastic I just wish we had the same amount on Rawtenstall. Regards Ken Chris Reid - 10th January Hi Bryan I can only thank you for the time and effort you have put in to the site. It has helped me no end to restore my memory. If i can recall anything more as I read through I will e-mail you. I think there should be a list of town characters and some of their antics. Your web site is very interesting, I love reading it, brings back a lot of memories.

Louise Whaley 9th Feb I absolutely love your website. It is so clear and easy to use. It must have taken a lot of time and effort,so I well done! Pat and John Bedford. Keep up the good work. Sandra Taylor nee Lees 18th July I would like to say well done and thanks for a fabulous encylopedia of Haslingden's history.

Just been pleasently surprised by your blog, it's wonderful especially the photos and information about the shops in Deardengate, which I have written about in my memoirs. My name is Margaret Gowers and we lived at number 3 Bell Street, the top of the town was our playground. My memoirs have been written for my children and their children but your photos added a different dimension to them.

Just want to say thanks for putting together such a great site - I've lived in Perth Australia these last 17 years, and before that travelled around a fair bit, and I never felt home-sick til I found your site! Thanks again for doing such a great job, much appreciated! Andrea Fell nee Jenkinson 1st August Thank you for helping me remember lovely memories and good luck with your website in the future.

David Desforges 2nd January Hi Bryan, Just to let you know that every time someone adds info to the Haslingden blog web page from the fifty's and sixty's more childhood memories come flooding back, but this note is about the photo of blackburn road showing tailors butchers, don,t know who the bloke is on the pushbike but the man standing in the doorway opposite the shop is my dad George Desforges and is one of only a very few photos of my dad , the photo must be from around 56 becouse he passed away when i was eight ,must look at that photo at least once a week,thanks again ,david desforges.

Eileen Ball Wiltshire 25th February I have been tracing my family history for 20 years now and wish I had found your fantastic site much earlier! Its has been a joy to wander through the old stories and photo's on your site. Now that I have found the site, I shall be checking back on a regular basis.

Thank you so much for all the time and effort you have put into it. Alison May nee Heywood ex pat from Nottingham - 15th March I am writing to thank you for the fantastic work you put into the blog its great and I am impressed that its kept so up to date. I discovered it quite by chance when I was missing home a few years ago. Francesca Grimshaw nee Hendry 21st March Me and my parents have had a great time reading your blog - lots of memories, thanks for putting it together.

Debbi Yehia Moustafa nee Bennett 21st March Well, what can I say, but, you have made my day!! I was searching for a postcode for my old address in Carrs Village, when you're amazing blog came up!! Some of my best memories ever are from those days living there. Wow, I am just so happy to have found this wonderful blog Debbi Yehia Moustafa nee Bennett. Sheila Calder ex pat - Canada 17th May Just want you to know I love the stuff you have done here.

It brings back a lot of memories. Mr grandfather was John Goldsworthy - he was the herbalist on Church Street. Old shop is long gone now! Louise Dobson 3rd June I'm writing to say thank you for your super blog.

I teach at Stonefold Primary School and we are currently exploring our local history. I've used your blog for background research and for class resources - very helpful indeed!

I'm sure the children will get a lot out of it. Sandra Kearsley 10th August Thank you once again it appears your blog was a god send for the information I have received, I should hopefully locate the present day location. Ilyas Khan ex pat now Accrington 18th August Dear Bryan, I really enjoyed discovering the hassy web site.

I lived on Hartley Street, went to St. James, on regent street, and then Hassy Grammar, until we moved to Accrington. But I think my heart never left Haslingden. Kevin Molloy ex pat now London - 15th September Been living in London now for the past 25 years. Really enjoy your site and appreciate the hard work you put in.

John Oakley 24th October I found your page during the process of researching my Great Grandfather, and visit it regularly, it is a wonderful resource, and I wish you all the very best. Yours Sincerely, John Oakley. Alen Fielding ex pat now Queensland, Australia - 22nd January Your Blog - Fantastic! Jean Nuttall 15th February Hi Bryan, The Haslingden Old and New site is great, I love looking at old photos of Haslingden and it brings back lots of good memories. On your photo album section I have just found a photo of Spring Gardens.

I was born in Spring Gardens in in the house in that photo, the one with the steps. Thanks for a great site and thanks for the memories. Kind regards, Jean Nuttall. Shamsheer Quereshi 20th December Hi Bryan Thank you for your blog on Haslingden; it was enlightening and would encourage you to continue with it. Chris Aspin 12th January I often read your site, which has far more information than most libraries.

I have recently discovered your web site and found it very fascinating. You are doing a fine job. I want to congratulate you for the work that you have already done and encourage you to continue. Jean Wolstenholme 12th March Keep up the good work with your site. We both enjoy regular visits to your site and appreciate the hard work involved.

Dr John Dunleavy 14th March I do take an occasional look at the material you are able to put out. Keep up the good work! Andrew Bridge 8th April Firstly, can I say what a brilliant job you do on the blog - it's a fantastic resource for anyone with any interest in the history of the town. Alan Byers 15th July Ontario, Canada. Dear Bryan, Iv'e been keeping in touch with my old home town via your wonderful blog since I discovered it a few years ago.

I lived in Jubilee Rd. From till leaving for Canada in We still have friends there who we see occasionally but it's wonderful to be able to look back on it and it's history any time I want. Ilyas Khan 1st December I wish to thank you for this wonderful gift of the blog and the private website. Thanks for the great work you are doing on the site. It's so good to see all the posts. I am living in Kuala Lumpur, so seeing a bit of Haslingden is great when you are so far away.

David Clough - ex pat Sth Northamptonshire 1st February Congratulations on such a detailed and interesting undertaking. Stephen's - Grane St. Thomas - Musbury - Photos and recollections et Also it shows Bob Wade Snr as wicketkeeper.

Also added a further two photos all kindly shared to us by Raymond Clegg jnr. Kindly shared by David Walsh to view the Blog click here. Click here to check the blog. James Carnival photos kindly shared to us by Chris Kirby. Also now archived in the St. James Carnival probably Kindly contributed by Chris Kirby. You can access the St James Blog by clicking here.

Marys kindly shared to us by Mike Ryan. You can see the blog by clicking here. We would welcome even more photos and lovely stories if anyone would like to contribute.

Peters fancy dress - kindly shared to us by Yvonne Moorhouse - Also archived under St. Also now archived in the "Before the Central Flats Blog".

Hassell and kindly shared to us by Mark Lyones. Thanks to Chris Kirby for sharing with us. Out of the hundreds only managing to put on up to several a day at present. We expect these to last us for up to six months or so and then in reserve we have some more great photos from two other sources as well, but these will be later. Please in the meantime enjoy!! Instead of just photos all the time I think the blog is in desperate need of articles or snippets etc or a blog more in the written format - we will see what we can do soon!

Higson for sharing with us. Later the same blog will include other Haslingden teams eg: Veronicas in Aug with Father Iggy Knowles. Thanks to Lawrence Gregory for sharing.

Veronicas which was previously the home to the Baxter family. These photos were kindly shared to us by Alan Gardner. I have also archived the set within the Haslingden By Pass Blog. Kindly shared to us by Neil Stevenson. Stephens Choir Fete from September 22nd Features Violet Carson Ena Sharples opening of the event.

Photo Kindly shared by Kathleen Barlow. Thanks to both Jenni Coates and also to Robert Wade for the photo. Now included in Ginell Blog. Stotts Patternmakers - thanks to Sue Ashton for sharing with us. Thanks to Terry McGuire for sharing with us. Also a nice newspaper photo showing the team from and kindly shared by Jackie. Also now archived under Salem. Thanks to David Emison for sharing. Mary's School c kindly shared to us by Terry Tattersall. Thanks to Chris Kirby for sharing.

Photo kindly shared to us by Fiona Balchin. Kindly shared by Aliz Teague. Kirby built this for display. Photo kindly shared to us by Tim Kirby. Shows Jim at the age of 17 and he retired in Thanks to Brian Pickup for kindly sharing this with us. Kindly shared to us by Geoffrey Hallam. Also shared is a trinket tray memorabilia. Also now archived in the "Haslingden In Art" Blog. Check Michael Davitt Blog by clicking here.

Mary's School class Mr. Photo kindly shared to us by the Haslingden Roots Group. Does anyone recognize anyone. Photo kindly shared to us by Neil Jackson and John Bedford.

Kindly shared to us by Neil Jackson and John Bedford. Frederick Jackson Frank's dad for services rendered in the first World War. Both photos have been kindly shared to us by Neil Jackson and John Bedford. Both photos are kindly shared to us by the Haslingden Roots Group. Photo kindly shared by Haslingden Roots Group. Thanks to Haslingden Roots Group for sharing. It's probably best now to give you chance to digest the new photos already shared today, although I will put more on over the coming days Thanks to Haslingden Roots Group.

Well I hope you did manage to stop off the fags! I can place a couple of these Haslingdonians. Thanks to Haslingden Roots Group for sharing the photo. Photo kindly shared by the Haslingden Roots Group. Donald Butterworth presenting a shield to the Haslingden Army Cadets.

Emison holding up a Haslingden Borough News photo. Kindly shared by the Haslingden Roots Group. You can go directly to the Arts Club blog by clicking here. Mary's photos kindly sent in by Diana Ross. Now headlining but also archived under St. Preston of a Astoria Ballroom painting. Thanks to Peter Fisher for kindly sharing them with us. T o check out the St. Marys Blog please click here. Check out the Michael Davitt Blog by clicking here.

Kindly shared with us by Pauline Emmett Dagg. They can also be seen on the blog by clicking here. I will probably start a new blog shortly called "Haslingden's Politics" and will then include this photo within that blog. Thanks to Chris Kirby.

Click here to check out the blog. Marys Student photo from Wood - Haslingden Youth Club leader for 25 years service to the Club. Thomas Musbury Walking Day about Also a link to some fine footage of the event. Wood and kindly shared with us by his son Peter Wood. Worsley at Rising Bridge. Woods Scrapbook for to Boy Blue Drama and Badminton team.

Wood - Haslingden Youth Club pages. Also one of the football team that played over in Bilstien, Germany Please click here and scroll down for quick access. Also now added to the Helmshore CP Blog.

He recalls his experiences as a former newsboy in Helmshore. Johns Ambulance certificate awarded to Ron Baron. Now included within the "Art Gallery". Mary's Church is now being called St. Also added Chris Aspins new booklet to the left bar where it shows Haslingden books etc. Please click here to go to the new blog. Thomas and its Lych gate by J. Films kindly offered by the Friends of the Helmshore Textile Museum.

Stotts factory welding munitions for WW2. Kindly sent in by Eileen Webster. Warburton and kindly shared to us by Jackie Ramsbottom.

Click here and scroll down to see Blog. Marys school days around Kindly shared to us by Lorraine Hooper nee Eke. And now a couple of responses as well. Thanks to Lorraine Hooper nee Eke for sharing. Marys Student Photo and also archived under St. James Rose Queen photos and also archived under St. Kindly shared by Joyce Thorne. James Rose Queen photos kindly shared by Robert Stevens.

James's Walking day around James school in the s. Thanks to Peter Shuttleworth for sharing this photo. Also am hoping to start a new blog this week showing some of the HCC photos etc. Please help out if you can with photos, notes, stories, nice tales or whatever you can, thank you Tomlinson via Michael Mullaney on the shops in central Haslingden from the early to mid 's.

Marys Procession from Also archived under ST. The photo is currently being advertised for auction on the Ebay auction site. Mary's procession having just left Poplar Street. Contributed with thanks to Chris Howarth. Marys thanks to Steve Rothwell. Photo shows Patricia Donnelly as Rose Queen. Also I have included a thanks to the contributors to the Blog. Photo kindly contributed by Keith Gunton.

Kindly contributed by Keith Gunton. Johns Ambulance Brigade and archived ST. Johns Church, Stonefold at Rising Bridge. Johns - Not known at this time. Marys photo kindly contributed by Dave Armstrong. Thanks to Joyce Thorne for kindly sending it in. Marys Students kindly contributed by Eddie Wilkinson. School and Sunday School. She was executed in Belgium on the charge of helping Allied soldiers to escape. Thanks to John Simpson for this additional information.

For me it looks very much like Towngate. William Dewhurst and the St. More photos to come later today. Memorial Service with the procession heading up Church Street which shows Church Street how it used to be. Photo thanks to Joyce Thorne. J Adams and Mr. Jack Farrelly, photo thanks to Joyce Thorne. Jennie Adams and also Ethel Spencer of the St. Johns Ambulance, photo thanks to Joyce Thorne. James Church event with Rev F and Mrs.

Bamber and the Mayor Donald Valentine and Mrs. Valentine thanks to Joyce Thorne. Photo kindly contributed by Joyce Thorne.

Photos thanks to Joyce Thorne. Roscoe who was the Quarry Owners wife and also contributed the stone for the St. Photo thanks to Alec Taylor and also archived under ST. Mary's with Father Hunt. Marys Student photo from the early s thanks to John Bedford. Marys Student photo from the early 's thanks to John Bedford.

Marys Walking Day thanks to John Bedford. Marys Students from around the period. Thanks to John Bedford. Mary's May Day with all the boys carrying flowers thanks to John Bedford.

Marys Panto photo thanks to John Bedford. Marys Cricket Team thanks to John Bedford. Marys Student photo estimated with Father Notterdam.

Marys student photo which again is estimated to be around the and shows Father Notterdam. Photo kindly provided by John Bedford. Engine thanks to Alec Taylor. Marys Football Club team photo with Father Hunt. Photo kindly supplied by John Bedford. Thanks to John Bedford and archived under.

Marys Students photo thanks to John Bedford. Stephens in situ and also a well detailed Railway Station etc. Marys Cricket Club Champions. Marys Student photo kindly contributed by John Bedford. Photo kindly contributed by John Bedford. Marys Sale of Work and one for the Great War. James Students photo kindly contributed by Alec Taylor. Kindly contributed by John Bedford. Marys parade for the Carnival , just passing the old Greenwoods Shop.

The photo showing the group of children behind Towngate and at the bottom of the steps should read: Photo thanks to John Bedford. Mary's Student photo thanks to John Bedford. Thomas Musbury - Always a enjoyable evening with a nice crowd Mary's Student photo from thanks to John Bedford. Also check out the Duckworth Clough Mill Blog. Marys student photos from around thanks to Francis Rita Murphy nee Sibbering. Goldworthys herbalist shop on Church Street.

James Walking day kindly supplied by Keith Gunton and also filed under St. Getting there slowly - still lots to come. I think this will relate to the Haslingden -Waterfoot. Thanks to Barbara Greenwood. Also added a small section of a old Map kindly supplied by Jackie. To check out the photo and map click here and scroll down. Whittaker of Rudd Street. Or do you know of a larger size flat flagstone anywhere else?

Thomas Musbury showing some very old stone slab walling at the area opposite St. Click link and scroll. Check photos to the right or click on the St. Marys Blog and scroll to bottom. Also a great photo of the band shown on the 2nd You Tube video. Kindly contributed by Elaine Pollard. James C of E photo kindly contributed by Clive Knight. Marys RC Peace Procession Peters 60 years at St.

This can be seen by clicking here and scrolling down. Lots more similars come through from the facebook page. Looks like there on their way to play cricket! Edwards below the photo opposite of the Loom Overlookers Association. Marys School from s. Kindly contributed by Clifford Hargreaves. Still over plus items to add over the coming days. It takes time to research and copy over the text part of the items but I am getting there. Its a good idea offered up by Mike Hogan.

Love to have your input if you can help, thanks. Also be archived under Haslingden Workingmens Club. James Church Lads Brigade confirming the cease date which was Kudos to you for publicising. Useful to note this is a stage of life choice especially good with small kids, contrary to common assumptions. But perhaps not forever: We loved the family closeness you get from being reliant on each other for everything and the stimulated learning we all did together whilst travelling in the world.

Also endless movement can become vacuous. Nevertheless, your minimalism is inspirational. Easier when living simplistically on the road than when juggling multiple roles in sedentary living.

Your posession inventory photos inspire me: Mine are the same monochrome collection. I wonder if we had more colour, would we get more joy from what we have? You only have ONE button up collar shirt? Are you going to be wearing the same shirt in every YvD vid we watch? This is so awesome. Thank you very much iam not from america and i think God through you guys showed to me how to manage the everything what we had been given.

God bless you and family! Cutting down to the strictly neccesary things is a great way to save and get out of debt! There are so many unnecessary things people think they should own for being happy … they are so wrong!

My husband and I have 1 credit card that we use for gas and pay off monthly. My daughters Andriana is 3 and Abigail is 2.

If you are happy and this works for you, more power to you. Though I will be getting paid to watch my sister in laws daughter 5 times a week. How do you earn your income? This is totally awesome. My family has had a saying for as long as I can remember: You have a beautiful family by the way, you all look so happy and cute together! I have a long way to go before even coming close to a doable list but this is inspiring. I think it is absolutely wonderful what you are doing!

I see my husband and I doing this someday when our kids grow up. We are in the process of paying off bills just paid off every credit card!! I am inspired and in awe what your family has done.

I love the concept of reducing the amount of material crap. Not having so much clutter really simplifies life in many ways. Another issue is stupid knick-knacks and figurines I keep receiving as gifts.

I tell people I have no room, but I still receive them. I hate figurines; they are nothing but pointless clutter. Lindsey-A lot of ppl like figurines as a way of marking important times in their lives or 2 remember important ppl in their lives. I also know a lot of other ppl that would agree with u on that point. Might I suggest 2 donate them or regift them 2 sum 1 that would appreciate them more than u? I just moved overseas for two years and am basically living out of 2 suitcases and in a sparely furnished apartment.

I threw out tons of stuff decluttering and I only wish I had thrown out more! And I am able to do everything I want to do with some many less things. It has really been an eye-opener. This is very inspiring! As a parent of a 7 year old, I am becoming keenly and sometimes painfully aware that we are passing on the values of our economy to our son…not the values of our family.

Because we have sold out. We have bought into a materialistic lifestyle. I can say that I live pretty much debt free, with the exception of my mortgage, 1 car payment, and 1 small school loan.

My mortgage is 15 years at 3. Obviously, not as good as it could be. I gave up the credit card deal about 10 years ago. I have one card that I pay off monthly and earn points. I feel like I am sort of beating the system this way. But, I think about our dreams. We are not living them. We are tied to jobs that are designed to support a materialistic lifestyle. Your words are powerful and cut straight to the heart. I would just like 2 compliment u 1st of all on ur beautiful family!

U r truly blessed! I would also like 2 thank u 4 enlightening me and 4 free! My wife and I have been contemplating selling all and going on the road. We have been looking at a little more luxurious lifestyle though. The thought behind this is that we can go where and when we want. Spend time with grandkids in different parts of the country at different times.

The only problem we would have is some type of work to sustain the necessities of life, in other words WORK! While retirement for us is just a few years away, it is still a FEW years away. That is the only thing holding us back from starting this new lifestyle. I have just found your website and blog, and so far am impressed.

I look forward to seeing what you do in the future. I am fascinated by your story. She wants to keep everything forever. I have no problem getting rid of most things, though. Also little gifts my kids gave me over the years. I need to figure out how to deal with my daughter and her stuff thought. Two questions—- 1 what do you do for health insurance e. Thank you so much for sharing. You and your family are truly a real inspiration.

This is truly amazing. You and your family are a true inspiration for myself and my wife. Hi, Baker, Courtney and Milligan! This is a great site. We did quite a bit of downsizing after 10 years together in Oregon, but even then it took a moving van. We were amazed at how much stuff there was. She spent a couple of hundred hours scanning all of our photos 1,s! The Kindle has been terrific. My music and art tools are being reduced to the necessary items also.

Fortunately, most of my work is pastel on paper, so they can be sandwiched carefully between stiffening sheets of foam core and boxed together. One of the coolest things about this experience has been meeting some great people who respond to our craigslist ads.

The young family who bought the TV were happy they could watch movies that night—and the ice cream truck showed up just as they were getting ready to leave! Thanks for setting up your site and putting this out there.

It is kind of hard to see from the picture. I literally stumbled across your blog just as I am beginning to evaluate my hoard of stuff and what I really need. Two bedrooms full of too much crap will be narrowed down to what I can fit in my backpack with my brand new passport… so my next question is…. Thanks for the blog. I love this, especially the pictures! A year ago I made a list of everything I owned when I moved to Europe.

Now that I moved back to the States, stuff is starting to accumulate again. This may have changed our lives. We are now seriously considering moving into an TT for a year to pay off our debt and then hit the road for unknown time inorder for my husband to pursue a career as a fire fighter. You have very much encouraged me toward a minimalist lifestyle which oddly enough aligns perfectly to my own beliefs of being a good steward over what God has given us as well as being able to share those things with others.

The pictures and list of items is tremendously helpful for us in gauging what we will need. We have three children 3, 2, 9month so it will not be without challenges but what life is perfect ehh? Need to read more on your site also been looking at families on the road website lots of neat stories.

Started a blog to track our story and like you I hope to use it as accountability fabulous job with that by the way. My husband and I are expecting our first now, and taking that leap from the grind, to selling our stuff and starting on the road of living more simply, and being more happy.

Keep living passionately and purposefully! This is definitely an inspiration. I am definitely sentimental and have a lot to go through, but I figure the pics will help me get through it and downsize! We just moved and with boxes, and a 3 man crew for 7hrs we finally got moved out of our 1br apt.

We still did not even move our computer, desks, tv, and a few misc items that we have to go back for. Seriously, I commend you for downsizing. We are purging POST move now, and really looking at everything as unpack. I have tossed early 8 boxes of stuff out that I did not even realize we packed. I wanted to let you know that your way of executing this mission was the only way that really motivated me to do it myself. I have been logging in items into Flickr for the past three days.

Thank you for sharing! If you know of any links to other people who have pictured lists like you then please let me know. The more examples the better!

Wow, I really enjoyed your blog. We are a family of 3 also and we gave up on our debt when the economy crashed and we lost everything that was valuable except our RV and our old car. Anyway, great blog, interesting concept. I started our own little blog about our past and hopefully our future rv adventures as we try to become less consumer oriented and migrate to a higher state of happiness with life.

I added your site to my resources page. And she only has or had at that time seven more items than you! Perhaps our families can play it together one day. This list is inspiring. Trying to save up enough money to move to Costa Rica and retire. Definitely food for thought. Would love an updated list! It would be neat to see how things changed with your belongings in a year. This is such an interesting look in to your lives. I like that you are holding on to physical photos and journals.

I think they are so much more precious than just digital copies! My family of 7 is downsizing from a 2 bedroom NYC apt. This helps me know what will really be useful.

Just watched your TED talk and feel like I have new wind beneath my wings. We made a personal declaration NOT to declare bankruptcy. These last 5 years have been a time of suffering, soul-searching, creating, downsizing 4 times and through it all we never experienced the freedom we feel now in our 1, square foot apartment after saying good-bye to our 8, square foot mansion.

I needed your kick in the butt talk to gain momentum again. Thanks for your inspiration!! I really enjoyed reading your post. It is strange, but true, that when I am on a budget, I feel better about myself.

I know I am not wasting money on useless things. Having moved quite often for work I am an English as a Second Language teacher , I have had to trim down and start up various times. I have learned what things I will always take with me to another country and what things I will leave behind. I, however, am still learning and will be following your site. This is impressive and while I am a bit envious, as an artist I am not afforded the luxury of a minimalist lifestyle. The best I can do is to be as organized as possible with my materials, supplies, tools, and inventory.

I do make sure and purge what I can at least twice a year. Kendra, I am not sure I agree with your comment. I think there is always a way to keep the clutter to a minimum. Usually it is a keepsake for friends who were on a student exchange program and went back home. Me and my husband live in a much smaller home now roughly sq ft , where space is scarce — according to American standards… but we still make it work!

LOVE your list and photos! My boyfriend and I bought an rv last year and starting paring stuff down. Gonna use your list as a guideline and after living in the rv for several months, think your list is inclusive and minimal- great job!!

With all due respect Kellye, not everyone is religious or needs to be. We all have our own pathway, faith and beliefs in life. I think the hardest thing to know what to keep is kitchen items and clothing…. Do you know how hard it was for me to find a list of items to keep on the internet!!!!! I would also like not to feel burdened by stuff, but not being burdened by it also means not worrying and fretting so much about every little thing I own.

If you are living in an RV it is different than a house or apartment, and you really need to minimize. Your website is definitely helping me be a more conscious consumer, which I think is really important for my own sanity and for Americans in general. However, not everyone can do your unique lifestyle. Do you really feel free now? If you do that is wonderful. Straight up, I admit that I have too much crap. RV traveling with my husband is a future dream. Thank you for the inspiration. I like the way you list communal property.

It is such a cop out when people claim to have X number of items but do count multiple cars, houses of furniture, boats, libraries of books and records etc. I like seeing a complete list.

Leave this field empty. Debt Sell your crap. Pay off your debt. Do what you love. This is a post from Adam Baker, Man Vs. As far as technology goes I have: Hey, good idea…that would be 5 or 10 fewer items on the list!

Good for you guys!! Well, 1 is much easier than 6 ;-. As always, appreciate your insight, man. Ooooh, a nice tangible reason for doing the list.

Blue Puppy… not even close ;-. There is an attraction to having a short list, though… Reply. Wow, dude, you rock. One of the best comments in a while! I feel like even you must own, you know, a pen Reply. I believe I saw that post on mnmlist. Great questions, H Lee. We have eight people in our family. No way am I going to count all our stuff!

Does this moment still happen to you? What killer pieces do you have? Haha, awesome Brian — keep up the charge! You sound like sensible young people, who will make the right choices as you go along.

Ellie, what a beautiful story. Thank you for this post. It inspires me to continue my current path. What do you guys eat off of? Your wedding dish set? How do you cook anything? Been looking through it since I found it this morning Anna Reply. Dude this is awesome. They live in an rv, furniture comes pre-installed.

Thank you for sharing this info. I am inspired and in awe what your family has done Reply. Good luck on ur adventures and may God continue 2 bless ur beautiful family! What about a pet?

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