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Anglezarke

Post by MarkF » Sun Feb 01, 2015 11:02 pm

I've got a website http://www.anglezarke.net on the go dedicated to our moorland area. Presently I've got quite a bit of info up there on the moorland ruins, and am working on other articles in the background such as natural history (what to see, where and when). I hope it's of interest to people, and would be grateful of course for any further information that anyone may have that can help me. If anybody has photographs, tales or contacts to share, please let me know and it will be gladly received, along with any constructive criticism :)

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Re: Anglezarke

Post by Neil Southworth » Mon Feb 02, 2015 10:22 pm

Nice work, Mark. Looking forward to seeing it evolve. We might have to recruit you to do some work on ours!

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Re: Anglezarke

Post by Chris Rae » Sat Feb 07, 2015 10:55 am

:)

Brian Derbyshire
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Re: Anglezarke

Post by Brian Derbyshire » Tue Feb 24, 2015 8:48 pm

Hi Mark - sounds great - look forward to seeing it - have you had any contact with Eric Issacs the geologist from Heath Charnock - has spent a huge mount of time on the moor and has some super knowledge of the place- he did a lecture for Chorley Historical Society a few weeks ago - I'm sure they will have a contact detail, Regards Brian
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Re: Anglezarke

Post by MarkF » Wed Mar 18, 2015 11:16 pm

Thank you Brian I will contact the society and try and make contact. I've had contact from three descendants of ruined farms which is exciting stuff too.

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Re: Anglezarke

Post by Brian Derbyshire » Thu Mar 19, 2015 8:22 am

:D Good stuff - My old next door neighbour lived on the eastern bank of Yarrow Reservoir in the late 19 Century (family name Sutton) she told some wonderful tales!
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