Sunday, 30 June 2019

Photos, Postcards, Snippets and occasional notices (archived after one week ish.......




Communion Wine - Haslingden Methodist
by Liz Taylor


And here below we have photos being added which were kindly donated to us whilst at the recent exhibition held at St. Veronica's - Adding daily so please keep checking


 Possibly Councillor Robert Taylor former Mayor of Haslingden
Photo: Kindly shared by Margaret Murray

Robert Taylor former Mayor of Haslingden who was landlord of The Flip pub (Dyers Arms
Photo: Kindly shared by Margaret Murray

Elizabeth Lund Holden nee Taylor
Photo: Kindly shared by Margaret Murray

 15th May 1937 - Grand Coronation Display at Marsden Square
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Margaret Murray (Taylor family)


Grane Mill Picnic
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Margaret Murray (Taylor family)

 Hilda Mary Parkinson 
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Margaret Murray (Taylor family)

John Taylor (Corner cafe) and Margaret Taylor (not related)
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Margaret Murray (Taylor family)

 thought to be Clough End Mill, Duckworth Clough
Photo: Kindly shared by Joyce Whittaker
Harry Chadwick front left


Old Cordingley invoice 
Photo: Kindly shared by Joyce Whittaker

 Coronation of King George V1 May 12th 1937
Harry Wood man with glasses
Photo kindly shared by Joyce Whittaker

 Haslingden Borough Band Cup Winners Belle Vue May 1932
Photo: Kindly shared by Joyce Whittaker


 Think it is St. James Institute - Snooker team
Photo Kindly shared by Joyce Whittaker

 Think it is St. James Institute - Football team
Bob Wade senior goalkeeper on back
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Joyce Whittaker

 Trinity Baptist
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Joyce Whittaker

 Trinity Baptist
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Joyce Whittaker

J & J Whittaker of Edenfield Steam Wagon (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Kindly shared by family member Stephen Whittaker

local Helmshore football team
Photo: Thanks to David Wise for kindly sharing

Pantomime 1920s Helmshore
Photo: Kindly shared to us by David Wise

Musbury Church comedy and revue New Year Party
Cutting kindly shared to us by David Wise

School camp
Kindly shared to us by David Wise

Holden Wood Reservoir short of water
Photo: Kindly shared to us by David Wise

Probably Helmshore folk on a days seaside outing
Photo: Kindly shared with us by David Wise

Photo: Kindly shared by David Wise

Haslingden County Primary School (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Kindly shared to us by David Wise

Haslingden County Primary School (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Kindly shared to us by David Wise

Village Wedding, Helmshore c1930 (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Kindly shared by David Wise

Helmshore Walking Day (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Kindly shared by David Wise

Walking day, Holcombe Road c1956
Photo: Kindly shared by David Wise

Helmshore cast
Photo: Kindly shared by David Wise

Holcombe Road Helmshore - Walking Day
Photo: Kindly shared to us by David Wise

Helmshore group
Photo: Kindly shared to us by David Wise

Porritts
Kindly shared to us by David Wise

Walking day at St. Thomas Musbury, Helmshore Road c1964
Photo: Kindly shared by David Wise

P & S - 20th January 1970
Photo: Kindly shared to us by David Wise

Porritts and Spencer
Photo: Kindly shared by Dave Wise

A Helmshore Factory ?
Photo: Kindly shared to us by David Wise

Laneside Football Club
Photo kindly shared to us by David Wise

Helmshore related
Photo: Thanks to David Wise for sharing with us

Musbury Church
Photo: Kindly shared with us by David Wise
Shortly be archived under Musbury Church

Unveiling of the War Memorial at Sunnybank Mill after the First World War, possibly Oliver Porritt stood at the back.  The memorial itself is now on the wall of the bowling green behind Sunnybank Social Club
Photo: Thanks to David Wise for sharing and thanks to John Simpson for information
Will later be archived under Porritts.

Invitation from the Mayor and Mayoress to Miss Susan Ellen Crankshaw in 1907
Photo: Kindly shared to us by David Wise

Bleach Works - Holden Vale Mft Co. (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Thanks to David Wise for sharing with us.
Will shortly be archived in the Bleach Works Blog

St John's Ambulance personell at their local Lyndale Avenue headquarters
Photo: Thanks to Mrs. Alyson Bennison for kindly sharing.
Will shortly be archived under the St. Johns Blog. 

Members of the Haslingden St. Johns Ambulance.
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Mrs. Alyson Bennison
Will shortly be archived under the St. Johns Ambulance

Felt Room at P&S Textiles Broadway 1969
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Mrs. Alyson Bennison
Will later be archived under Porritts.

St. Thomas, Musbury - Brownies on 1st May - End of East St Helmshore
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Mrs. Alyson Bennison
This photo will shortly be archived in the St. Thomas photo blog

Country Run group photo
Photo: kindly shared with us by Mrs. Alyson Bennison

R.A.O.B. Haslingden (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Mrs. Alyson Bennison

Helmshore County Primary School 1955 (Click over to enlarge)
Photo Kindly shared to us by Alyson Bennison
Will shortly be added to the Helmshore County Primary School photos blog.
I AM AWARE THIS PHOTO IS DUPLICATED TODAY, BUT THE SAME PHOTO HAS BEEN CONTRIBUTED BY TWO SEPARATE PERSONS....

Helmshore County Primary 1957 (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Mrs. Alyson Bennison
Will shortly be archived under the Helmshore County Primary 1957 school photos

Presenting Crysanthemums at the War Memorial (pre poppies) taken in November 1936
shows Alyson's Auntie Mary and little Shiela McIntyre (Shiela McConville) age 3
Photo: Kindly shared with us by Alyson Bennison

St. Mary's Cricket Team 
Shows Alyson's dad and uncle
Photo: Thanks to Mrs. Alyson Bennison for kindly sharing with us
Will also shortly be added to both St. Marys and Cricket Blogs.

Friends at the Mayors Ball
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Steve Rothwell

Shows Mr and Mrs Dick Rowe and their friends at the Mayors Ball
Photo: Kindly shared by Steve Rothwell

St. Mary's at the Commercial with leader Agnes Frost around 1956
Photo: kindly shared to us by Steve Rothwell
Will shortly be archived under the St. Marys Blog

A photo of Michael Davitt's grave
Photo: thanks to Michael Mullaney

Hindle Street, (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Michael Mullaney
Will shortly be archived in our "Before the Central Flats Blog"


Back Pleasant Street (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Michael Mullaney
Will shortly be archived in our "Before the Central Flats Blog"

Wilkinson Street, across from Marsden Square 1959
Photo: Thanks to Michael Mullaney for sharing with us

Hindle Street, Nos 33,31,29 and 27 (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Michael Mullaney
Will shortly be archived in our "Before the Central Flats Blog"


Hindle Street - No.8 on right (Michael's family home), and No.27 on left (his Grandad Walsh home)
Chapel is St. Andrews Mission, which later became the Church Lads Brigade, drill hall.
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Michael Mullaney.
Will shortly be archived in our "Before the Central Flats Blog"

32 Far Back Pleasant Street (from English back)
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Michael Mullaney
Will shortly be archived in our "Before the Central Flats Blog"

8 Hindle Street and also showing the entry into Back Hindle Street,
and also showing the old CLB drill hall
Photo: Thanks to Michael Mullaney for sharing
Will shortly be archived in our "Before the Central Flats Blog"

Back Pleasant Street (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Thanks to Michael Mullaney for sharing with us.
Will shortly be archived in our "Before the Central Flats Blog"

Far Back Pleasant Street (lower half) showing passage through to Manchester Rd.
Photo: Thanks to Michael Mullaney.
Will shortly be archived in our "Before the Central Flats Blog"

Top of Hindle Street (off Bury Road) Click over to enlarge
Photo: Kindly shared by Michael Mullaney
Soon be archived in the "Before the Central Flats Blog"

Back Pleasant Street with the Grammar School (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Michael Mullaney
Soon be archived in the "Before the Central Flats Blog"


 All these photos show St. Veronica's when it was a hostel.
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Pauline Turner

 All these photos show St. Veronica's when it was a hostel.
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Pauline Turner

 All the above photos show St. Veronica's when it was a hostel.
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Pauline Turner

 All the above photos show St. Veronica's when it was a hostel.
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Pauline Turner

 All the above photos show St. Veronica's when it was a hostel.
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Pauline Turner

All the above photos show St. Veronica's when it was a hostel.
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Pauline Turner

St. Marys Netball Team 1974? (Click over to enlarge)
Names were known: 
Back: Irene Moden, Doreen Nuttall, Shiela Sharkey, Lyn Roberts
Front: Margaret Navin, Irene Kershaw, Dorothy Higgins, Sandra Cockerill, presented shield by Marian Lofthouse.
Cutting thankfully shared by Irene Kershaw.
Soon to be archived in the St. Marys Blog

St James Youth Club trip to Blackpool (Click over to enlarge)
Arthur Diggle, John Lord, Irene Kershaw, Sandra Cockerill, ?, Ronnie Trickett
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Irene Kershaw
Soon to be archived in the St. James Blog

St James Youth Club trip to Blackpool (Click over to enlarge)
Irene Kershaw, John Lord, Sandra Cockerill, Ronnie Trickett, ?,?
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Irene Kershaw
Soon to be archived in the St. James Blog

St. James's Youth Club trip to Blackpool (Click over to enlarge)
shows l t r: Sandra Cockerill, Ronnie Tricket, ?, Irene Kershaw, John Lord, ? Arthur Diggle
Photo: Kindly shared by Irene Kershaw
Soon to be archived in the St. James Blog

Helmshore County Primary School 1957? (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Kindly shared by Myra Souter
Soon to be archived in the Helmshore County Primary School blog

Gregory Fold Farm yard

at Fold House, Gregory Fold
Myra Dickinson and Jean Oldfield
Photo: Kindly shared by Myra Souter

Sat down by the Big Tree at Gregory Fold (now removed)
Christine Haslam, Myra Dickinson, Kathleen Willan
Photo: Kindly shared by Myra Souter

Myra Dickinson and another little girl
Photo: taken down by Helmshore Primary School
Photo: Thanks to Myra Souter

Myra Dickinson 
taken down at Gregory Fold down near the bridge
Photo: Thanks to Myra Souter

347 Holcombe Road opposite to Robin Hood Pub (Click over to enlarge)
The photo depicts the Wolstenholme family stood or sat at the doorways to the cottages
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Myra Souter (family member)

Haslingden Secondary Modern School Swimming Team (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Sandra Smith.
Names were known:
Back: Brian Knowles, ?,?, David Wise, John Barnes, Brian Till, Mr Gillam, Alan Hartley, ?
Middle: ?,?, Pamela Smithson, Lena Harrison, Irene Kidd, Sandra Cockerill, Joyce Heys,?,?
Front: ?,?
NOW ARCHIVED archived under Haslingden Sec Modern School, and also in the Swimming blog
Sandra also gave us some Vanguard School Mags which will be put on later

Haslingden Secondary Modern School Netball Team (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Sandra Smith
Names were known:
Back: ?,?, Margaret Barrow, Jean Hargreaves.
Front: ?, Sandra Cockerill, Val Warburton
Soon to be archived in the Haslingden Secondary Modern School Blog

Haslingden Secondary Modern School Swimming Team (Click over to enlarge)
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Sandra Smith.
Names were known:
Back: Brian Knowles, Brian Till, Gordon Bright, John Barnes, David Killingbeck, Stephen Kay, David Wise, Frank Cole, Alan Cliffe (sapper)
Middle: Betty Hargreaves, Pat Barlow, Sandra Cockerill, Carol Lord, Sylvia Robson, Pamela Smithson, Lena Harrison, Sandra Lambert, Jean Hargreaves.
Front: Robert Parkinson, Val Warburton, Carole Fletcher, Joyce Heys, Lorraine Lambert, Brian Heys.
NOW ARCHIVED under Haslingden Sec Modern School, and also in the Swimming blog

Old photo showing the Con Club bowling Green and Bell Street Works
Photo: Kindly shared to us by Patricia Rudge


 Shows a trip to the Isle of Man just after the War
Photo: Kindly shared by Clifford Hargreaves.

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  PHOTO ALBUM and SNIPPETS NO.6 (Year 2018) which can be accessed by clicking here


PHOTO ALBUM AND SNIPPETS NO.5 (Year 2017) which can be accessed by clicking here


PHOTO ALBUM AND SNIPPETS NO.4 (year 2016) which can be accessed by clicking here


 PHOTO ALBUM and SNIPPETS NO.3 (year 2015) which you can access by clicking here


PHOTO ALBUM and SNIPPETS NO.2 
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