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Fishing with seals - Margaret Owen
Getting Easter eggs for the first time - Leeds Children Holiday Home
Gleaston Castle: Digital Discovery
Gleaston Castle is a hidden gem, tucked away near the village of Gleaston. Its origin and history is uncertain. Some ...
Gliding in Furness
The Furness Gliding Club The club was formed in Barrow in October 1930 and rapidly attained a very prominent position amongst ...
Growing up at Canal Foot - Eunice Sampson, Jane Smith and Ann Johnson
Growing up at Sunderland Point - Alan Smith
Growing up at Sunderland Point - Dorothy Calverley
Growing up at Sunderland Point - Iris Birks
Growing up at Sunderland Point - Jackie Bailiff
Have you heard the cockles sing?
Janet tells how the tragedy of the Chinese cocklers in 2004 led to changes in the laws and the effect ...
Heysham Head interactive guided walk
Come on a fascinating journey into Heysham’s mysterious past with tales of Anglo-Saxons, Vikings, saints and pirates. Discover what makes ...
Iron and Steel Works, Barrow-in-Furness
Iron ore mined in the Furness area and not used in the local iron furnaces at Backbarrow, Newland and Duddon ...
Jack Manning Photographic Collection
Jenny Brown's Point
One of the key projects of the Headlands to Headspace community archaeology programme is the investigation of an intriguing chimney ...
Keith Willacy Photographic Collection
Know Your Shrimps - Trevor Owen
Learning to fish - Jack Manning
Leisure boat sailing on Morecambe Bay
Bruce Eastwood moved to Arnside after enjoying visits from Halifax in the 1960s. He tells many a tale of his ...
Lovelies vs Loonies
Lovelies Before the Miss Great Britain competition rounds, 12 ‘Aqua-Lovelies’ would adorn the poolside of Morecambe’s Super Swimming Stadium and put on ...
Salt on Walney During the 1880s salt was discovered by chance on Walney whilst boring for coal. By the late 1890s ...
Morecambe cockling disaster - 'on our knees'
Morecambe's Super Swimming Stadium
Ginny Marshall remembers the 1960s when thousands of tourists and locals used to flock to the beaches of Morecambe to ...
Nearly drowned - Jack Manning
Nearly drowned - Margaret Owen
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