It has love, hate, war and peace, and a family isn't complete without a cuddly toy of Simba. J Roddison. I checked this list many times to make sure but no, the Lion King wasn't there. My daughter was three when it was released and was so absorbed in the emotion of it that at the end she stood gazing at the screen while the popcorn was being cleared around her until it turned completely blank. Shirley Gillan.
Kids as gangsters with guns that fire cream!!! How can you beat that!!?? Max Snyder. The final song, You Give a Little Love to the accompaniment of splurge guns, is a motto we could all live by. Julie Randles. It's what winter afternoons were made for. As you are reading this at least one of the songs is running through your head. Sing out loud, everyone will join in! Sophie Kinrade. Not just on the list, but near the top. The truffle shuffle? A pre-pubescent hobbit? Got it all. This is a must for the collection as a great buddy movie.
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It compels the little detective in all of us when we were kids to go beyond the boundaries of home and create adventures for ourselves and if we're lucky a little romance wouldn't go amiss. Great nicknames Mouth, Data , adds to the 80s tag-team labels. A highly stylised animation film with minimal dialogue, in which a devoted grandmother crosses the Atlantic in a pedalo to rescue her kidnapped cyclist grandson.
Carol Solaiman. A huge favourite with us. A gorgeously drawn, affably surreal epic spanning two continents - the affectionate observation is superb. Ellie Sedgwick. It's Christmas, it's every kid's fantasy to have full run of the house and to get one up on the adults and there's plenty of cartoon violence with the added pleasure that it involves real adults. Steve Brennan. So Macaulay Culkin was hated by all - but loved by all children in this wish-fulfillment movie. Adam Wilson and Claudia Foakes. I think every child at some point when they are younger or older as well wishes they could make their mum, dad, brother, sister, uncle etc disappear.
Sam Buist. Pioneering, imaginative and vivid - and the best way of introducing children to classical music. Simon Tormey. Absolutely the best Rachel Culver. To quote the two-year-old: "It's very scary, and I love Boo. It's funny, has a big ship, magic and scary, exciting bits - especially the bronze god, which Mum still hates. Joshua Brimhall. Boulder City, Nevada. Rob Britton.
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Gerald Ciolek. Dimitri Claeys. Ghent, Flanders. Stephen Clancy. Barcelona, Catalonia. Will Clarke. Campbell Town, TAS. Matthew Clarke. Coached by Justin Rinaldi. Fabian Clarkson. Giles Clayton. Morningside, Queensland. Stef Clement. Nicolas Cleppe. Ingelmunster, Vlaams Gewest. Rachel Cliff. Caroline Coble. Tarah Cole. Scottsdale, Arizona. Sophie Coleman. Brighton, England. Daniele Colli.
Emmie Collinge. Non solo lo Stelvio. Kevin Collington. Benjamin Collins. Seattle, Washington. Professional Triathlete from Seattle, racing for Garmin and Diamondback. Alex Colman. Ash Coning. Daniel Connolly. Loughborough, England. Ben Connor. Larissa Connors. Silverado, CA. Reid Coolsaet. Hamilton, Ontario. Linsey Corbin. Audrey Cordon-Ragot. Rene Corella.
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Los Altos, California. Jessica Cutler. Retired pro racer, current feminist killjoy. Amy Cutler. Newark, Delaware. Jolien D'hoore. Jessie Daams. Matteo Dal-Cin. Ottawa, Ontario. Alex Dalton. Bruce Dalton. Just a guy riding a bike wanting to be fast Matt Daneel. Stellenbosch, Western Cape. Williams Bike Shop. Coffee shop aficionado. Greg Daniel. Englewood, CO. Matt Daniels. Tom Danielson. Larisa Elaine Dannis. Holderness, New Hampshire.
Happiest in the mountains. Alex Darville. Santa Barbara, California. Alex Dautel. Coach Winston David supertuckcs. Greenville, SC. Scott Davies. Brendan Davies. Blue Mountains, NSW. Jonathan Davis. Washington, Utah. Owner- Elevated Legs, 92Fifty' Cyclery. Cecilia Davis-Hayes. New York, New York. Jericho, VT. Bert De Backer. Sean De Bie. Jasper De Buyst. Bart De Clercq. Lauren De Crescenzo. Broomfield, Colorado. Thomas De Gendt.
Denderhoutem, Oost-Vlaanderen. Menso de Jong. Kenny De Ketele Professional Track and Road cyclist. World champion Track Koen de Kort. Professional cyclist for Trek-Segafredo. David de la Cruz. Inaki de la Parra Way2Champ. Alessandro De Marchi. Buja, Italia. Moreno De Pauw. Sander De Pestel. Laurens De Plus. Pro cyclist for Team Jumbo-Visma, Olympian Lucas De Rossi. Floris De Tier. Adam de Vos. Laurens De Vreese. Hartthijs de Vries. Sofie De Vuyst. Lindsay De Vylder. Ludwig De Winter. Binche, Walloon Region. Benjamin Declercq. Tim Declercq. John Deere. Nothing runs like a Deere -John Deere-.
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Jordan Desilets. Brighton , MI. Justin Desilets. Riverton, Utah. Computer nerd and cycling meat bag. Dries Devenyns. Sydney Devore. Rochester Hills, Michigan. Follow my journey to the Olympic Trials on instagram sydneytdevore. Tom Devriendt. Monica Dew. Manchester, England.
Brecht Dhaene. Gent, Vlaams Gewest. Jose Manuel Diaz Gallego. Yassine Diboun. Jan Dieteren. Bensheim, HE. I was thrown back by sickness and i am on my way to comeback to my best level. Silvan Dillier. Bryan Dillon. Gunnison, Colorado. Olivia Dillon. Fairfax, CA. Marton Dina. Sunderland, England. Kseniia Dobrynina. Montebelluna, Veneto. Gert Dockx. Calp, Comunidad Valenciana. Mieke Docx. Annelies Dom. Antwerp, Flanders. Joe Dombrowski. Mark Donovan. Rider for Wiggins From the UK. Fabien Doubey. Paul Double.
Russ Downing. Alex Dowsett. England, UK, England. Ingrid Drexel. Recent college grad, putting my degree to good use by racing my bike. Andres Duarte. Guatemala, Guatemala. Antoine Duchesne. Huub Duijn. Nicole Duke. Professional athlete, mother, lover of anything with two wheels and boards that float on water. Coureur cycliste professionnel AG2R la Mondiale. Evan Dunfee OLY. Scott Dunlap. Linz, Austria. Timothy Dupont. Mical Dyck. Pete Dyson. James Early. Bonn, Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Thrifting, drifting and always sending. Griffin Easter. Jennilyn Eaton. Michael Eaton. Yannick Eckmann. Robin Eckmann. Nicolas Edet. Drew Edsall Mtbfitness. Denver, Colorado. Grosu Eduard. Nils Eekhoff. Pascal Eenkhoorn. Just a small look into my training rides. Odd Christian Eiking. Bergen, norway. Ivins , UT. Kenny Elissonde. Martin Elmiger. Gracie Elvin. Felix English. International track rider for TrackProject. Lucas Euser. Tom Evans. Dan Evans. Emilia Fahlin. Nicole Falcaro. Call Louise Goddard is a Run Coach and Massage Therapist based in Lancaster, available for group work, home visits and one to one sessions.
Local Heysham High student, Georgia Hannam is not just a sixth form student, alongside her studies she trains 20 hrs a week at various sports, has represented Great Britain in European competitions and now hopes to represent GB at the World and Eurpean Championships. It all began when I taught myself to swim when I was 7 years old, from this I then began swimming lessons. I joined Lancaster City Swimming Club. I found I was winning a althletics events at school so decided to join the local athletics club at the age of I progressed in athletics to find the event that most suited me which was long distance running.
I advanced through the groups so that I could specialise in this event. My first ever competition for athletics was a small competition in which I competed in three events. These were long jump, metres and metres sprint. I was very nervous and did not want to compete but my dad encouraged me to do it and I ended up winning each event. I was overwhelmed and from that point I started believing in myself, no matter. Following this I was invited onto a talent ID camp, where it was decided whether or not I could go onto the World class talent programme for Modern Pentathlon.
When at first I was rejected I was told to go away and work harder on my shooting, I was invited to compete at a Youth International event for modern triathlon I finished 3rd overall and was then put onto the World class talent programme. I then progressed onto joining my local fencing club which was the next discipline I had to learn for Modern Pentathlon. Finally, I began horse riding lessons to prepare myself for the final discipline of the Modern Pentathlon and to also prepare myself for when I move up into the next age group.
My favourite discipline in the modern pentathlon is the combined run shoot event. I get such a thrill in having to shoot then run 4 times continually, this is my strongest event as running comes naturally to me and often I find myself having to work up the rankings which gives me a boost of confidence when the event is going well. The hardest challenge for me was learning to horse ride in such a small space of time it took a lot of determination even though sometimes I got hurt, it took a lot of courage for me to get back on, but I am always determined to succeed in what I do and this is what enabled me to overcome my fear.
The most proud moment in my career was finishing second at my first ever Biathle World Championships in Dubai After qualifying in 8th place I was overwhelmed to get to the final. I stuck with the pack for the first run and then in the swim. Going onto the second run me and my team mate were neck on neck and I could hear my dad shouting for me, I was so determined to grab that second place I ran as fast I could and crossed the line in second position. Although I train 7 days a week I do get time around training to do other activities, it is sometimes hard to manage school work and training especially around the time of exams, but I revise hard and also train hard.
I use my training sessions as a time to relax around revising. The advice I would give to another young person. During my sporting career I have won many National titles, which has aided my selection when it comes to representing Great Britain. My most recent achievement is being accepted into Bath University the centre of excellence for GB Pentathlon. Candles, oils, essences, music massage and movements all designed to enhance your mood, soothe your body and take your mind to that special place.
Book now www. We catch up with Homeopathist Dawn Keyse after an eventful week at Glastonbury Festival; treatments, mud, music, a cracked head and an ambulance ride! It took longer to reach home due to disaster striking. Do read on. The THC is a charity that supplies homeopathic first aid at music festivals throughout Britain throughout the summer.
Glastonbury is the biggest event with over twenty homeopaths giving their time for a free ticket. We work a four hour shift each day from a fully equipped marquee and here are some of the acute conditions we list that we treat: upset tummy, bites and stings, strains and sprains, hangover, coughs and colds, emotional shock, earache, sleeplessness, sunburn. We really enjoy the whole scenario and usually come back tired and happy.
We meet people from all walks of life and of all ages who come to us for help because they use homeopathic medicine at home, because they want an alternative, because we just ask for a donation or because they are desperate. We spend 15 to 20 minutes taking the detail then prescribe on the spot. Here are some of the conditions I encountered, the prescribed remedy and its keynote.
On the Monday I packed up my tent and belongings onto my bicycle and it was a massive slog to push through a couple of miles of mud to get offsite. I ended up heading to Taunton Hospital in an ambulance with a fractured clavicle and a big chunk out of my head and concussion. Thankfully my son lives in Bristol and has a complete homeopathic kit. There are all remedies that people would benefit from having at home in a little homeopathic kit of their own.
Homeopathy treats the experienced state and symptoms and not the disease name. Well on the way to recovery. Some way to go but richer for the experience. I work in a holistic way, working with you in order to find the best indicated homeopathic remedy. I take into account not just your presenting symptoms but you as a whole and your individual requirements.
All of the remedies are sourced from natural substances. Flexible appointments including evening or Saturday mornings. Fully qualified and insured Homeopath. Learn how to confidently and safely use 10 basic homeopathic remedies in many health first aid sitiuations. Lune Valley Physiotherapy Specialist experience working with tightness and scarring after surgery, injury and radiotherapy. Cove House is a beautiful spacious residential care home with well-maintained extensive gardens overlooking Morecambe Bay.
Providing security, companionship and all meals in the comfort of our family style homes. Supported Housing for the retired. En-suite flatlets are available for long or short term let. Vicky Kirkwood of Lakeland Hearing. Is it wax? Fighting Meningitis Meningitis is a devastating disease that can destroy lives and futures overnight. Meningitis Now is the founder of the meningitis movement and the only charity dedicated to fighting meningitis in the UK. Who is at risk?
Everybody carries a very small risk of contracting meningitis, but certain age groups are more susceptible: The under-fives are the most at risk group, particularly under ones, teenagers and young adults are the second most at risk group, the over 55s are also an at risk group. Scientists do not yet fully understand why a few people get meningitis or septicaemia from bacteria that appear to be harmless to most of us.
What about vaccinations Significant progress with vaccines has been made over the last 30 years: Introduction of the Hib vaccine in The meningococcal group C Men C vaccine in , Pneumococcal meningitis vaccine in , Men ACWY was introduced as a routine vaccine in Aug , Men B vaccination introduced into the Childhood Immunisation Programme Sept However, there is no vaccine to protect against all types of meningitis, so remaining vigilant to the symptoms, trust your instincts and get urgent medical help if concerned. The Beat it Now!
This work included a 20, strong petition handed into Downing Street, a 36, signature petition to the Department of Health, an open doctors and nurses letter to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt, parliamentary meetings and extensive supporter lobbying of local MPs and. We will continue to call for the adolescent carriage trial study recommended by the JCVI over a year ago to be undertaken.
This study forms a critical part in the assessment and introduction of the Men B vaccine to the second largest at risk group. We will continue to seek to influence the joint working group of the Public Health England, DoH, JCVI and NICE in how they evaluate meningitis vaccines from a cost effective perspective and to ensure that all costs, including the ongoing cost of treatment and support post infection, are taken into account. We need to ensure the learning from the challenges of assessing Men B are understood.
Men B is a new vaccine and was added to the childhood immunisation programme from 1 September The vaccine will be offered to babies born on or after 1 May and doses will be given at 2 months, 4 months and a booster at 12 months. The exception to this is for a small number of children who are very susceptible to infection. For more information or to donate visit the website at www. I was admitted to the ICU where doctors confirmed my diagnosis, my health declined rapidly over the next 24 hours and I was placed into an induced coma.
While in the ICU my toes, and the soles of my feet had turned necrotic, the sepsis had started to overtake all the efforts of the medical team. Bedridden, the weeks turned to months and I began to realise the impact and implications that meningitis had had on me. My gross motor functions had been severely impaired, and I had lost more than half of my body weight. I was to be placed into a specialist rehabilitation ward. Every day I underwent extensive occupational, and physical therapies. To help me slowly rebuild. Soon I was fronted with the reality that I needed to have my toes amputated and my soles debrided, as it was dry gangrene the doctors could allow me time to process what was going to happen, and that I was of sound mind in going ahead with the decision.
I truly felt helpless, a few months earlier, I was a fit, active man, now signing a form to have a part of me removed. I returned back to the rehabilitation ward some weeks later after the surgery, and the therapy started once more, over the next year I became increasing frustrated with how slow I was progressing, and how I was unable to walk or even stand on my feet without enduring excruciating pain.
I made the decision to have my legs amputated below the knee to better my chances at walking independently in the future. After several more months of rehabilitation, as an amputee I was finally discharged from hospital. Collect your prescriptions directly from us or have it delivered free of charge. Call us or pop in to find out more. We offer something for every age and ability in a warm and welcoming environment. Back in Lancaster customers were distraught, wringing their hands in disbelief that there favourite coffee was no longer available.
Here we are three years later seeing the return. There would be only a limited supply of 50 sacks available coming in to Europe but such is our faith in this coffee,. I often get asked which is my favourite coffee. The Year 6 students got hands on experience and made healthy meals such as granola pots. Convenience foods have become the easier option for young people which is a worry.
Lee runs the club with Teaching Assistant Louise Bailey. For more information on Flourish, visit www. You can tuck into your meal, literally inches from the monkeys, while they tuck into theirs! The cafe is open from 10am to 5pm from Monday to Sunday. For more information, or to book your ticket for the Park itself, visit www. Homemade bread, cakes and scones, baked by us in our kitchen every day. Homemade jams and marmalades.
Pets welcome in the garden. Gift vouchers Open Thurs, Fri and Sat 11am Place the chicken wings in a casserole or roasting tray. Strain the chicken stock into a bowl, cool and chill discard the wings. Once chilled, skim off any fat that has risen to the top and reserve. Mix g of the skimmed-off fat with the chicken mince. Season with soy sauce and sesame oil. Roll into mini meatballs and chill. Melt the rest of the skimmed-off fat in a saucepan, add the onions and cook with a pinch of salt until soft.
Add the carrot and garlic and cook for a few more minutes, then stir in the sriracha and cook until the mixture is a deep reddish-brown. Pour in the chicken stock, bring to the boil then reduce until you have the flavour you want. Skim off any foam that comes to the surface. Meanwhile, fry the meatballs in a little oil in a frying Serves pan, until4lightly browned all over and cooked through. Remove and reserve. Finely chop up the chicken skin and fry in the pan until crisp. Remove and reserve How to make also. To finish, strain the soup and return to the pan.
Bring back to the boil, then addto theC. Serve with more sriracha on the side Strain the chicken stock into a bowl, cool and chill discard the wings. From the book: Low and Slow how to cook meat by Neil Rankin Once chilled, skim off any fat that has risen to the top and reserve.
A Lancashire business through and through, Barton Grange Garden Centre loves to promote the great food and drink produced in Lancashire and the wider north west region. It champions local suppliers in its Farm Shop and, wherever possible, tries to source local produce and ingredients for its restaurants. Food and drink producers from around the region will be setting up stall at Barton Grange to tempt, treat and tantalise festival visitors, in what promises to be a mouth-watering celebration of the best the north west has to offer. With tastings, demos, samples and workshops, there will be something for all ages and all tastes.
Both the restaurants have Lancashire-themed menus inspired by locally sourced ingredients, such as Goosnargh chicken, Lancashire lamb, Bury black pudding, Garstang Blue Cheese and Pilling potatoes. There will be cheeses, breads, pies, chutneys, potato crisps, jams, cakes, desserts, yoghurts and ice-cream, all from north west producers.
Drinks being showcased include tea, coffee, soft drinks, beers and lots of wines from different importers into the county. There is such a diverse range of food in Lancashire and the region and you will find so much of it at this event. If you love your food and drink, this is definitely an event not to be missed. Back by popular demand, our mouth-watering celebration of Lancashire food and drink.
Lots of fantastic local produce on offer over the two days, plus tastings, demos and more. An event not to be missed for food and drink lovers. After a challenging 12 months, the floods are behind them, the restaurant and bar has had a refit and they are back to serving up their winning recipe of selected wines and ales, fresh wholesome food and live music. We meet Head chef of the Wagon and Horses. But do any of our local restaurants live up to this new challenge? Tell us a bit about yourself I am originally from South Africa but have been living in the UK for quite some time now.
When did you begin your career as a chef? I trained at the Fusion Cooking Academy in Durban, where I studied global cuisine which is why I have such a passion for different cuisines. I especially have a love for all East Asian food, which is very noticeable with any menus I create. My father had a restaurant in South Africa for many years. Both My Nan and Mom were always cooking up pastries and traditional dishes throughout my time at home.
I became a chef because of my passion for food and the industry as a whole. I have worked in quite a few places e. What is your plan for the future? I have always worked very closely with colleges and the chefs in training as I feel I have a lot of knowledge and experience to pass down. We always using the freshest, seasonal ingredients at The Wagon and Horses, including herbs from our rooftop garden. We work very closely with our suppliers to ensure only the best finished product makes the plate.
How to make Separate the egg yolks and whites. Beat the yolks and sugar till whipped and smooth. Add the marsala wine and coffee slowly during this process.
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Separately semiwhip the double cream and again separately whip the egg whites until set and firm. With grease proof paper make cone shaped funnels. Melt the dark chocolate over a bain-marie or hot water bath and spread or drizzle inside the cones and wait ten minutes to set. Combine the yolk mixture with the whites first and then the cream by folding gently. Then place this mixture inside the cones. Put in the freezer to set for at least 24 hours. Slowly remove the grease proof paper. The dark chocolate should be on the outside of the semifreddo.
Lightly dust with cocoa powder and serve. A cafe in the daytime and a restaurant in the evening focusing on modern Mediterranean food with a British twist. There is a seasonally changing menu with a focus on fresh and local ingredients. Lunchtime menu is great, and second to none for families in the summertime. Beat the eggs and sugar together in a bowl until pale and foamy. Mix the flour and baking powder together and sift into the batter, then fold in gently with a spatula.
Grease a springform cake tin with butter and pour in the cake batter. Remove from the oven and leave to cool. When the cake is cool, carefully cut horizontally into three equal layers with a sharp knife. Cut into cm pieces and put in an ovenproof dish with the lemon balm. Split the vanilla pod lengthways, scrape out the seeds and mix with a little of the sugar, making them easier to distribute in the dish. Mix the vanilla sugar into the rest of the sugar, then sprinkle over the rhubarb. Stir well and add the pod to the dish. Remove the dish from the oven and leave the compote to cool completely.
Chop the almonds and white chocolate roughly. Whip the cream, set half aside and gently fold the almonds and chocolate into the other half. Add the rhubarb compote and fold in. Assemble the cake with the flavoured whipped cream between each layer, and finish by decorating it with the pure whipped cream. Another decorative trick is to create rhubarb shavings by running a vegetable peeler lengthways along a rhubarb stalk.
Toss the shavings with a little sugar before scattering over the cake, and finish with shavings of white chocolate. Allow a couple of hours to complete your walk, or a full day bring a picnic if you have children who will love spotting wildlife and exploring the wood. Keep your eye out for wildlife The National Trust benefits from a fantastic team of volunteers who have helped with habitat management in Eaves Wood.
Some of the trees have been carefully thinned or coppiced in recent years, providing great conditions for light loving plants and creatures to thrive. While out and about keep your eyes open for primroses and bluebells in the Spring, rare butterflies in the Summer and roe deer, butterflies, woodpeckers great spotted and green , tawny owls, bats and the writhing nests of the Southern Wood ant.
Turn right out of Silverdale Railway station. After m, cross over to follow the signed footpath across the golf course, keep to the marked route and take care across the course. Enjoy some pond dipping here Turn right on to the Row and pass Bank Well on the left — if you have children, you might want to pause here — go around the pond to the platform and do some pond dipping if you have a net.
The RSPB has produced a spotter sheet of commonly found species in ponds that you can find on their website: www. Cross over into the small car park for National Trust Eaves Wood. Follow the main path until you reach the signpost ahead — then turn left towards the Pepperpot. After about m, take the right fork up the hill. As the path levels out, pass the remains. Immediately afterwards, take the left fork, to pass through the beech tree ring — planted in Victorian times.
Turn right at the next signpost, and after about m turn left at a small signpost following the directions to the Pepperpot. Pass limestone outcrops on the right and a low wall on the left. Follow small signpost diagonally right to the Pepperpot, then climb steps noting another ruin up on the right — these are the remains of a gazebo erected in about to commemorate. Carry on through a more open area and continue to follow the Pepperpot signs. Scramble up the final section to enjoy a breathtaking view!
Stay on the main path to pass through the narrow limestone pavement. Turn right descending the hill, and eventually pass through a gap in a wall, before turning right to return through the woods perfect den building territory and keeping to the main path — pass through a wall and continue for around m before turning right to join the main path back to the Eaves Wood car park to return to the railway station.
Retrace your steps as far as the first ruin, go left through the gate and climb the steps to pass the remains of a building. Continue straight ahead through a clearing and. Primark will trade from a 45,sq ft retail unit operating on two floors, which will be the largest store in Marketgate. Primark is set to open its doors to the public on 24th August and will offer clothes and fashion accessories for all ages. The summer evokes feelings of optimism and stirs your sense of adventure. We are where we are and we love it! From the historic architecture and bustling streets to the majestic hills, calming lakes, the draw of the coast and those dappled walks in the woods.
At Gallery 23 our new exhibition celebrates the locality with a collection of inspirational and contemporary arts and crafts. Our showcase comprises wall art, ceramics, glass, wood, textile and jewellery, all made with love by local and national artists and makers. Kelly Munro is a jewellery designer who uses techniques to mirror intricately knotted fishing nets combined with wind beaten driftwood found on the coast.
Kate Samuels delights with whimsical enameled pieces that harness the joy of a jolly trip to the seaside. Pat Haskey captures local landscapes with a distinctive sensitivity to colour and light. Caroline Rees uses the craft of paper cutting to illustrate contemporary coastal scenes. A selection of what is on show is featured here but there is much more to see at the Brock street store and Gallery. Lune Valley Vintage and Classic is a family run business offering a friendly and reliable service, working to the highest standards at all times.
See our website for more details and contact us for a quote or a viewing. This magnificent Grade II listed building is not only the perfect wedding venue, but also the perfect environment for any other occasion. As one of the premier wedding venues in the region the team at Greaves Park have a passion about the service they provide.
We have access to an excellent group of hand-picked suppliers who can provide everything from cakes to cars and flowers to tiaras. This is particularly important when organising funeral receptions. After all they may not have had to organise such and occasion before. We hope that customers take comfort in the fact that we have.
This magnificent Grade II listed building is not only the perfect wedding venue, but also the perfect environment for any other occasions and events such as Special Birthdays, Christenings, Funeral Receptions or Corporate Parties. The venue can cater for occasions of all types and sizes from a business meeting of 2 people to celebrations of up to people. We offer a variety of different menus to suit any occasion and budget, or if preferred, our chefs will create a bespoke menu to fit with guests specific requirements.
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Demonstrations available by appointment. We also stock fabric for patchwork, quilting and dressmaking, knitting wool, haberdashery and much more. We have access to a vast range of spare parts and specialise in Bernina, Singer and Janome machines. Etty Lilly is sure to help. Helen opened Etty Lilly 7 years ago with help from her daughter, Becky, who was doing a degree in fashion and marketing. They are also the leading stockist for Horn Cabinets to store your machine in.
We stock a wide range of machines which we encourage customers to try before they buy, from basic sewing machines, embroidery machines, computerised models and over-lockers. Call in for a free demonstration. Stocking a wide range of fabrics, wool, needles, accessories and craft products it is very hard to leave empty handed with so many fantastic fabrics and craft accessories on offer. With free parking and open Here are a few photographs from the book. In addition to vanishing land- and townscapes, the photographs record the daily lives of ordinary people — at work at Gillows or in the giant linoleum and cloth mills, fishing in Morecambe Bay, celebrating local festivals, mourning local disasters, or enjoying a day out at the burgeoning seaside resorts.
Comprising the work of both professionals and gifted amateurs, this fascinating selection draws largely on the collections of Lancaster City Museums. For those who can still remember, it offers a trip down memory lane; for others, it is a voyage of discovery. A horse and cart, seen here at the turn of the century, were essential to transport cockles and also mussels and fish from the sands.
Originally they were hawked around the district or sent from Hest Bank along the Lancaster. Canal to market. From they were sent inland by train, which was very important in developing the Morecambe fishing industry. The lifeboat is preserved today at the Lancaster 3.
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Fishermen beside the Lune at Bazil Point relaxing outside one of their huts seemingly built of driftwood used to store fishing gear. This photograph shows their typical costume of moleskin trousers, waders, guernseys and a nice variety of headwear. Lancaster Water Polo Team at the baths in The pool, along with public baths and a wash-house, had been opened in as a gift of the local MP Samuel Gregson. In a new, larger pool was added where galas, races and water-polo matches were held. Kingsway pool was opened on 1 July replacing the old baths.
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As a history graduate, Proulx has indulged her passion by detailing North American history from right up until The settlers struggle to tame the wild landscape, and their treatment of the Native Americans is shocking. In a narrative about art, creativity and vision, she shows the flair of an artist, capturing snapshots, vignettes of the characters who inhabited New York through the culturally, socially and sexually transformative period from the s through to the present day. As much as this novel is about art, it is also about sensuality, sexuality and love.
This novel is about art, it is also about sensuality, sexuality and love. The masculine body is proudly and unequivocally on display both as an object of art and desire in a novel that explores much more the individual experience than the experience of the city. Perfect deckchair reading.