Towneley Hall Burnley Lancs
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The BBC are filming a new series at Towneley from May 10th until the 18th 2011. This will result in restrictions to visitors with the Great Hall, Regency Rooms and Long Gallery being closed for filming.
Planning a Visit news
To enable essential work on the air conditioning system the Art Galleries will be closed for November.
Towneley Hall news
The Open Shop Project is a partnership project between heritage venues and artists in Pennine Lancashire providing an exciting opportunity for artists to engage with new audiences.
Towneley Hall Main Entrance.
Looking closely we can see four different types of brick work, this clearly shows that work has been undertaken
at different times over the years.
The differences are in the extreme left, the extreme right, again in the tower and middle section plus the
large entrance stones on the face of the extended doorway
Skipton Castle Gate way
Looking back from the Castle towards the main street
Skipton Castle click on the image for more information
A view of Liverpools two cathedrials aproaching Pierhead. The RC Cathedral on the left and the Old Anglican Cathedrial on the right.
Shot taken from The Mersey Ferry Snowdrop crossing the River Mersey after navigating the Manchester ship canal.
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Liverpool waterfront showing the Three Graces.
Exchange Square (Manchester) Taken from The Manchester Wheel.
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The Marble Church (St.Margaret's Church), Bodelwyddan, North Wales
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The Church of Saint Mary the Virgin Thornbury Gloustershire.
Thornbury's parish church.
Building started in 1340, with major additions in 1500, 1848 and 1988.
St. Stephens Church Bath Somerset
Built from Bath stone, construction started in 1840.
Sids Cafe in Holmfirth Yorkshire ...Last of the Summer Wine
(1973–2010) joint owner of tea-shop with husband Sid, with whom she would often have blazing rows in the kitchen, until his death.
She now runs it solely, and viciously scolds anyone who dares misbehave or criticise the food.
Generally the wisest and most level-headed of the show's female social circle,
she was also on occasion a target of Compo's (unwanted) affection, who often said that if it wasn't for Nora Batty,
he'd be all over her. When taking into account Kathy Staff's brief exit from the show in 2001 and later absence from series 30 to series 31.
Jane Freeman as Ivy is the only character other than Clegg (Peter Sallis) to have been present throughout the course of the series
(although Clegg is the only one to have appeared in every single episode),
however she was not present in the final episode of the series.
Information courtesy of Wikipedia.
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The famous steps leading to the home of Nora Batty played by Kathy Staff
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