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ST. JAMES’S AMATEUR PLAYERS present A Lancashire Cojnedy Three Acti ■THE RIGHT iCR-TO MARgY” By H. , - IN ST.

ST. JAMES’S AMATEUR PLAYERS present A Lancashire Cojnedy Three Acti ■THE RIGHT iCR-TO MARgY” By H. , - IN ST.

JAMES’S SCHOOL ON WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY, November 25th, 27th and 28th Play commences at 7-30 p.m. ADMISSION 2/-. 1/6. 1/- 2/- Seats bookable during day at Sutcliffe and Gorse, Castle Street; evening Nov. 19th and 20th, at the School, 7-30 to 8-30 p.m. REAL WINTER BARGAINS
20 November 1953 - Clitheroe Advertiser and Times - Clitheroe, Lancashire, England
 
CHATBURN, DOWNHAM AND WORSTON CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION CONSERVATIVE BALL IN THE CHATBURN CHURCH INSTITUTE TO-NIGHT (FRIDAY), NOVEMBER 20th Dancing 8 p

CHATBURN, DOWNHAM AND WORSTON CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION CONSERVATIVE BALL IN THE CHATBURN CHURCH INSTITUTE TO-NIGHT (FRIDAY), NOVEMBER 20th Dancing 8 p

a.m. REGAL DANCE BAND TICKETS 3/8 Late ’buses to Clltheroe alter the Dance. Rimington and Mid< Sports Committee RIO RITA Whist, Domino Drive and Dance REHEARSALS to be held In The TO-NIGHT (FRIDAY) The Memorial Institute ADMISSION 2/6 Lancashire Combination Shaw Bridge Ground To
20 November 1953 - Clitheroe Advertiser and Times - Clitheroe, Lancashire, England
 
Where’s die sense in carrying an umbrella if yonr shoes let in tbe wet Make no mistake . .< .

Where’s die sense in carrying an umbrella if yonr shoes let in tbe wet Make no mistake . .< .

bring your Shoe Repain to us and keep dry on foot. Strong heavy nailed for Farm or Factory; Winter Bootees in Crepe or Leather and . . . roughest of all . . . Children at School. Remember, it’s TATTERSALLS FOR BETTER SHOE REPAIRS. TATTERSALLS CHATBURN ROAD END, CLITHEROE
20 November 1953 - Clitheroe Advertiser and Times - Clitheroe, Lancashire, England
 
Our Christmas Goods are Now Show and we cordially invite your enquiries. BELOW WE ILLUSTRATE A FEW LINES WHICH MERIT

Our Christmas Goods are Now Show and we cordially invite your enquiries. BELOW WE ILLUSTRATE A FEW LINES WHICH MERIT

YOUR INSPECTION BULLDOZER with realistic forward and backward movement. PEDIGREE 21” Price 21/-. WALKING DOLL 79/6 CHAD VALLEY REMOTE CONTROL CAR 15/- GLOVE PUPPETS from 2/11 METTOY FARM TRACTOR, complete with various Farm Implements 36/11 REMOTE CONTROL JEEP 22/6 MINIATURE BILL
20 November 1953 - Clitheroe Advertiser and Times - Clitheroe, Lancashire, England
 
Sugar Flowers ‘Bloom’ In This Waddington Class SUGAR and spice and ali v ~ things nice are the raw materials

Sugar Flowers ‘Bloom’ In This Waddington Class SUGAR and spice and ali v ~ things nice are the raw materials

of a new venture at Wadding ton, 9be r e local housewives are learning the art of cake icing at the first class of its kind ever held in the district. Their “classroom” is the village Methodist school and their teacher Is Mrs. W. H. Rollings, of Greenfield Cottage Orlndleton, wh
20 November 1953 - Clitheroe Advertiser and Times - Clitheroe, Lancashire, England
 

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the new class at Waddinaton face the camera before startins another of their weekly sessions. Their tutor. Mlrt. Hollinas. is seen on the extreme left.
20 November 1953 - Clitheroe Advertiser and Times - Clitheroe, Lancashire, England
 
FIRST IMPORTANCE

FIRST IMPORTANCE

“Obviously, the degree of windproofness was of first importance, but the cloth also had to be as light as possible, snag-proof, and fairly waterproof” he writes. “We eventually chose a first-class cloth which was shown, in windtunnel tests, to be completely wind-proof in winds o
20 November 1953 - Clitheroe Advertiser and Times - Clitheroe, Lancashire, England
 
FORMER CHAPEL

FORMER CHAPEL

He first played the organ at the old Methodist Chapel near Eaves Hall until this was replaced the present building in 1904. He was deputy organist to Mr. John Cottam of Low Moor and, for many years, was also accompanist at the Sunday School. Mrs. Chester, too. Is a regu- lar mem
20 November 1953 - Clitheroe Advertiser and Times - Clitheroe, Lancashire, England
 
Workmen examine stonework at S 3 Michael and John’s Church In Lowergate. where extensive dry rot ha* been discovered. The

Workmen examine stonework at S 3 Michael and John’s Church In Lowergate. where extensive dry rot ha* been discovered. The

live spores which can seen running through the masonry have affected even the exterior the wall pictured here. Evidence - the damage first to light some, weeks ago and survey has Root of the Trouble since confirmed the presence dry rot on the north side of the sanctuary and disc
20 November 1953 - Clitheroe Advertiser and Times - Clitheroe, Lancashire, England
 
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20 November 1953 - Clitheroe Advertiser and Times - Clitheroe, Lancashire, England