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4 February 2019

Remembering Whalley


'Remembering Whalley is the first book written by local historian, Paddy Brown. Coinciding with the 100 year anniversary since the signing of the Armistice that marked end of WW1 - this limited edition publication features several never-seen-before images of the village. 
Offering readers an insight into the history of well-known village locations, several pages are devoted to the history of Queen Mary's Military Hospital (now Calderstones).
 
Priced at £25 - with each of the 200 copies individually numbered - all proceeds from the book will be donated to the Royal British Legion. 
 
For more information and to purchase a copy, please contact Paddy directly at: padtbrown@gmail.com or 07794 611 102'
 


 

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7 April 2020

From Ribble Valley to Van Diemen's Land

The story of salmon and trout in the southern ocean.

12 March 2020

Volunteering Opportunities Based in the Museum and Collections Department.

9 January 2020

One of an occasional series of Newsletters to Members to keep you informed on the Society’s activities.

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20 December 2019

Civic Voice has published its 2020-2023 Manifesto.

Our vision is for England to be a country where every individual can say ‘I am proud of where I live. We want to see Civic Societies at the heart of every community.

21 September 2019

A Guided Tour of Clitheroe Inns – Past & Present

Based on the recently published ‘Inns of Clitheroe Past & Present’ (May 2019) book by Local Historian, John Lambert.

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