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Burscough

The village of Burscough in West Lancashire has its origins as a Viking settlement named Burh Skogr, which means ‘fortress in the woods’. The Norse origins of this civil parish would be the inspiration for many of my flag concepts in this post. 395 more words

Britain

A ROAD LESS TRAVELLED

This is just a bit of a round-up of stuff. Last autumn, I came up with what seemed like the  great idea of following the FA Trophy from the earliest round through to the final, sticking with a team until they were knocked out, then going to see their conquerors in the next round and so on.  155 more words

FOOTBALL

Springtime in Spennymoor

Play-offs, at least in the mind’s eye, take place on sun-kissed afternoons. Spring has sprung, pitches are miraculously immaculate once again despite a pounding all winter and for the winners, the sunlit uplands await. 639 more words

Football

Off to England 

We woke up at 6am on Friday morning to get the rest of our packing and cleaning done. At around 9am, we made our way to the bus with all of our bags. 431 more words

Travel

Prescot Cables Round Up

Tuesday

Prescot Cables 0-1 Spennymoor Town- Mark Anderson scored the only goal of the game in what was a disappointing night for the Cables. Plenty of chances but they just couldn’t take them. 63 more words

Football

Lost in...Burscough

Burscough v Brighouse Town

Victoria Park / Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Division One North / 23rd January 2016

Peaceful: that was how I’d describe my Saturday morning stroll through Burscough. 2,608 more words

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Windmill Animal Farm

Windmill Animal Farm was first opened to the public in 1992 and offers visitors the chance to experience the every day running of an actual working farm while still having the chance to watch, feed and touch the animals. 145 more words

Farm