|Statement||by John Bentley.|
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Portrait of Wycoller by Bentley, John I and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The pack-horse bridge at Wycoller, Lancashire, UK "The famous pack-horse bridge is a two-arched structure spanning Wycoller beck. It is sometimes called Sally’s Bridge after one of the Cunliffe family who lived in the hall opposite the bridge in the 18th century. Historians have argued about its age, but none of them are certain, but it is thought to either date from the 13th century or the Views: K. Its construction is a bit of an oddity, in that the arches are not equal to each other and the structure’s base-stone boulders are not level, giving the bridge a somewhat precarious appearance because of that – author John Bentley in his fascinating book ‘Portrait of Wycoller’, alludes to this. The coping stones along the sides of the. Sir William Pickles Hartley (23 February – 25 October ), jam manufacturer and philanthropist, founded the Hartley's jam company. He was born in Colne, Lancashire and attended a local British and Foreign School Society school. He was the only surviving child of John Hartley, a tinsmith, and his wife, Margaret : 23 February , Colne, Lancashire.
Thomas Clifford Emmott (–) was a British author and political activist.. Emmott was born in Burnley, Lancashire, and grew up in travelled the world, collecting curiosities such as emu and rhea eggs, a large trilobite, and pieces of volcanic rock. He fought in World War I, and later claimed to have served with Military Intelligence. He returned, in the s, to live in. The annual general meeting of the group was held today at Path Head Watermill in Blaydon. There was a reasonable turn out to hear the chairman, Duncan Hutt, talk about the wind powered pumps used in the salt industry of the Turks and Caicos Islands.. It was a little outside the usual scope of the organisation but we were reminded that salt was once an industry of the region though . Gesturing towards the etymological origins of the words for breaking and bursting as well as building, the poem, like ‘Exeter Book’ and ‘Wycoller’, also evokes the materiality of language, using language (or languages) to structure one overall portrait filled with Author: Carl Kears. ClickClickBang Photography, Colne. 9, likes 8 talking about this. Show-stopping Wedding photography, beautiful portraits and Fine art prints by a tattooed weirdo with a big heart/5(70).