HERITAGE IN THE PRESS – March 2015

Grade II listing for Nelson Scout memorial

£3.7m. means Brierfield Mills development can go ahead

Blackburn library and railway station renovations nominated for major awards

Nature reserve plan for old Clitheroe reservoir

Housing minister visits Bacup to discuss plans to transform the town

Lottery investment boosts key Dry Stone Walling skills in the North West

Amazing discoveries at demolition of Cloth Hall

Negotiating mine shafts to build Burnley Bus Station in 1964

200 solar panels planned at historic Briercliffe farmhouse

How building of M65 changed face of Burnley

Survey reveals split over plans for Rawtenstall town centre

Historic Astley Hall goes back in time for grand reopening

Whalley code breakers visit Bletchley Park

Concerns raised over future of prominent trees in Accrington town centre

How Burnley Catholics got drawn into rebellions

Burnley men who fought for a new king in 1715

How the Towneleys were embroiled in rebellion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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