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    Bowe 19th 20th century

    sheilacrook
    By sheilacrook,
    BOWE. ¬† St Helens and Prescot 19th and 20th centuriesūüėä

    Steve Prescott Foundation.

    Parrite69
    By Parrite69,
    In the past I've given to the Steve Prescott Charity but I now question what exactly they actually donate to charities? Their accounts for 2017 (they have not submitted accounts yet for 2018) puzzle me. https://apps.charitycommission.gov.uk/Accounts/Ends95/0001121395_AC_20171231_E_C.pdf The Kilimanjaro trip generated donations of £233.000 but cost £133,000. The 10k run generated £46,000 but cost £33,000. Overall from £438,000 in donations only £119,000 went to charities.

    the new junction on the 570 ?

    mally
    By mally,
    what were they thinking ? It's not only confusing but dangerous (and they still have the signs up saying roundabout ahead )  anyone use that stretch of road 

    Could it be?

    Robbob2010
    By Robbob2010,
    @non sibi sed omnibus you mentioned this a few months ago, rain as usual before.  Taken in a rain shower at Tolver St behind the Town Hall ..could it be the smallest bike lane in St.helens or the UK?    Smallest bike lane in Tolver St, St.Helens or the UK? by Robbob2010, on Flickr

    Flt/Lt Douglas Burke,

    woodsman
    By woodsman,
    Was looking for something else in the Liverpool Echo 22 May 1945 and came across this piece concerning Military Awards. Its just a small piece complete with a picture, evidently the young man  lived in Newlands Rd, Haresfinch but maybe some relative might just appreciate it.    Please pm.   Dave not sure if this would be the right place or thread, move or remove if not acceptable.

    Spud-picking Holiday

    Alan
    By Alan,
    Anyone remember when the mid-October half-term school holiday was spent bent double picking potatoes that were unearthed by a tractor and hoe? I remember it like it was yesterday. You went to the farm-yard at first light, sat on a trailer and were driven to a potato field. You were issued with a sacking apron called a brat, assigned an area in the field and each time the tractor and hoe came round you rushed to load up your brat with spuds and transfer them to a wicker-work hamper before the the

    Junction Improvements? Again?

    HORT
    By HORT,
    I drove along the East Lancs today from Carr Mill towards Liverpool and encountered a mile of 30 MPH speed limit¬†signs. Further on towards Windle just before the Junction with the Rainford bypass, a sign said that lane closures would occur next week to allow ‚ÄúJunction improvements‚ÄĚ. Anyone know what is going on?

    HEWITT

    mrgsteele
    By mrgsteele,
    Hi everyone, I am trying to work backwards and knock down a brick wall. My Great Grandmother married a man named Joseph Hewitt in Melbourne, Australia in 1914. So far I have been able to find out this much about him: He went by the name Joseph John Hewitt or Joseph Henry Hewitt He was born in St Helens, Lancashire on 4 January 1890 He was baptised at 89 Lyon Street, St Helens on 14 January 1890. This seems to be his grandparent's place. His parents were Will

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