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Memories of Barnoldswick

My first memory of Barnoldswick was coming off a laycocks bus on station road outside the conservative club, it was a lovely july morning, wakes week as it was called then. my reason for the visit was to see my sister Margaret Honeyman, who had moved here a year or two previousley With me on this visit was my (...Read full memory)

Anyone interested in West Craven, including Barnoldswick, should do a Google search for the term oneguyfrombarlick. You will soon find the largest local history website in the UK which contains masses of information about the area and its history. The site is free, non-profit making and is a locally owned and run facility dedicated totally to exploring the history of the area.

My dad was born in 1923 at 23 East Street, Barnoldswick. He was born out of wedlock to Lilian Victoria Heap; who lived with her father, Harry Heap, in East Street. My father, Harold Heap, had very few memories of his childhood. He remembers walking up hill to go and get a bucket of pig's blood for his (...Read full memory)

I was 10 years old, and had lived at 62, Esp Lane, but now live at 5 Sackville Street. I loved life, school, elderly neighbours, friends that lived on Colne Road, Cavendish Street, and Sackville Street. I remember Kathleen Earnshaw, Howard Dixon and I used to go for walks up Folly Lane, (...Read full memory)

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