School Days

A Memory of Cockfield

Little did I know that when I first visited Cockfield when playing for my school football team ( Middleton in Teesdale) that one day I would make my home in this lovely village after having been all round the world in the forces, and that I would feel so welcome, the people are so friendly and down to earth, it was like coming home again, although it is less than 20 miles from where I was born and bred I seem to have the best of both worlds, the Teesdale hills and the Cockfield fells will always have a special place in my heart

A memory shared by First Name Last Name , on Oct 10th, 2007.

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Mon Aug 1st 2016, at 7:05 pm

ghullgd1919 commented:

Can anybody help me, several bricks have turned up on Eston Nab near Middlesborough around the ironstone mine sites
stamped with the word PESCOD, according to my records there was a brickworks at Cockfield whose owner was J Pescod
in about 1856. Any information would be useful so the National Brick Index can be updated.
Gordon Hull (bEARPARK\\\\\\\\0

Gordon Hull (Bearpark)

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