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8 stories about Flookburgh
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'Christmas was an exciting time' - Jack Manning
Shrimpers and cockle pickers stretching along Morecambe Bay’s coastline are proud to use family fishing techniques that go back generations. On ...
Gone Fishin’ was commissioned by Morecambe Bay Partnership from AbouTime Dance Company in 2018 as part of the ‘Catching Tales’ ...
Jack Manning Photographic Collection
Learning to fish - Jack Manning
Nearly drowned - Jack Manning
Royal Shrimps on a Toasted Muffin anyone?
From Morecambe Bay waters to toasted muffin. How technology streamlines the journey of the humble Morecambe Bay shrimp from the ...
The Sound of Horses in the Night
The sound of horses’ hooves in the night, clip clopping up the hill towards the Sands is one evocative memory ...
32 images of Flookburgh
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A tractor setting off into a channel dragging 2 shrimp nets
Baulk net on Morecambe Bay
Bill Butler and horse and cart c1960
Close-up of freshly-caught shrimps and one crab
Close-up photo of information board 'Flowers and Fishing' at Humphrey Head
Close-up photo of trailer loaded with fishing nets and rope at Flookburgh Bay.
Close-up view of ripples in the sand at Flookburgh Bay.
Cocklers using jumbo boards and tractors c2004
Horses and carts returning to Sandgate shore, Flookburgh c1950
Man carrying a cockle basket containing flukes c1951
Man cockling with traditional tools, late 1970s
Photo of information board 'Flowers and Fishing' at Humphrey Head
17 media clips about Flookburgh
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Oral history interview with Beryl Leek, part of Robinson fishing family of Flookburgh
Oral history interview with Cedric Robinson, Queens Guide to the Sands in Grange
Oral history interview with Clare Worrall, owner and manager of Furness Fish and Poultry Supplies in Flookburgh
Oral history interview with Eileen Bainbridge, worked at fish factory in Flookurgh and picked for fishermen in Flookburgh
Oral history interview with Elsie Patton and Joan Rowlandson on Flookburgh way of life and family arrangements.
Oral history interview with Ian McClure and Ged (Gerald) Benson, prominent fishing men in Flookburgh
Oral history interview with Jack Manning of Flookburgh
Oral history interview with Jean Robinson. Father was Harold Butler and shrimped, cockled and caught flukes around Flookburgh.
Oral history interview with Jennifer Snell, local historian
Oral history interview with John Wilson, Fisherman in Flookburgh
Oral history interview with June Wilson, wife of John Wilson, Fisherman in Flookburgh
Oral history interview with Lynn McClure
2 documents about Flookburgh
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After the Ebb - Fishing Stories from Morecambe Bay - Issue 2 Flookburgh
The Shrimp Song by Walter Benson
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