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Events in Gainsborough and Epworth are part of this year's Lincolnshire Heritage Open Days Festival. Starting on Thursday, September 7 and running throughout the weekend, the festival is Lincolnshire's biggest festival of history and local culture.

A BAPTISM with a difference took place in a town centre river on a sunny Sunday morning. People gathered on the bridge over the River Anton, next to Bridge Street Methodist Church, as Mark Doherty was baptised in the water.

The congregation of Wesley Hall Methodist Church in Stapylton Road, Barnet, ran four summer socials offering tea, cakes and music on a Monday afternoon every week at the church

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It was also around this time that another friend who knew about web design suggested that there was room for another Rotherham History website, where photos and information could be shared freely. I began doing some research and in doing so found a Facebook site ”Rotherham I remember when” where many of the photos I had collected were frequently posted, but additionally some of the photos I had, I didn’t know there location or circumstance, many have since turned up on the site with relevant details attached.

During the time Colin Leonard was pictorially recording what was effectively, the reshaping of the town, between ’59 and ’73, I was aged 5-19 and as such oblivious to the significance of what was happening. Thankfully Colin had the foresight to photograph the complete transformation of a whole town, over a period of 12-14 years. Colin Leonard’s photographs are probably the most important record in Rotherham’s History.

There are of course many hundreds of photos pre-dating this transformation but the only other name I can give you is George Bentley, a man of whom, I know nothing. I am sure the sources of photos are far and wide, just as I have been given photos, postcards and books, others have scanned old family shots or found clippings and photos from the Advertiser, along with photos of work colleagues, social outings, publicity shots. I am quite amazed at how many pre WWII photos there are, as cameras were a luxury item that only enthusiasts and professionals understood.

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AMexborough perspective on news, sport, what''s on, lifestyle and more, from your local paper the South Yorkshire Times.

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There are county record offices for North Yorkshire ( not the same as the old North Riding) and the modern East Riding (was North Humberside and not the same as the old East Riding). West Yorkshire ( not the same as the West Riding) has all of its records united. Both Kingston upon Hull and York (which is now in North Yorkshire) have City Archives. For South Yorkshire (the southern part of the old West Riding) has its archive services provided by the four district councils independently.

Additionally there are two institutions which hold archives for the whole of the old Yorkshire: The Borthwick Institute of Historical Research of the University of York, and the Yorkshire Archaeological Society (YAS). All of the above services are listed below, along with a few others:

Where is it in Yorkshire? - A hyperlinked index to information on nearly all the places in Yorkshire: cities, towns, villages, most of the hamlets and some single houses are included. The list also includes links to information on some places which no longer exist.

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LEAGUE One side Charlton Athletic have made a contract offer to Swindon Town captain Nathan Thompson , according to reports in London.

As well as the Addicks, Ipswich, Portsmouth and Rotherham United were among those to be showing interest in the County Ground academy graduate.

Under EFL rules, Town had to make offers to any player they wished to retain for next season before last Saturday or risk being fined.

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Nico Ditch, an earthwork stretching from Stretford to Ashton-under-Lyne, is evidence of Anglo-Saxon activity in Tameside. It was probably dug between the 7th and 9th centuries and may have been used as a boundary between the kingdoms of Mercia and Northumbria. [13] Further evidence of Anglo-Saxon era activity in Tameside comes from the derivation of settlement names from Old English such as - tun , meaning farmstead, and leah meaning clearing. [14]

Tameside was created on 1 April 1974, by the Local Government Act 1972 as one of the ten metropolitan districts of Greater Manchester. It took over the local government functions of nine districts which were formerly in the administrative counties of Lancashire and of Cheshire. [21] In 1986 Tameside effectively became a unitary authority with the abolition of the Greater Manchester County Council.

Localities within the boundaries of Tameside include: Ashton-under-Lyne , Audenshaw , Broadbottom , Carrbrook , Copley , Denton , Droylsden , Dukinfield , Flowery Field , Gee Cross , Godley , Godley Green , Guide Bridge , Hartshead Green , Hattersley , Haughton Green , Hazelhurst , Heyrod , Hollingworth , Hyde , Landslow Green , Luzley , Millbrook , Mossley , Mottram in Longdendale , Newton , Park Bridge , Roe Cross , Stalybridge , Warhill , and Woolley Bridge.

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