Monthly Mag - Mar 21
Some very varied books reviewed.
- Down 'Memory Lane' we have the nostalgia of two members & their first car.
- 2 tales in 'Finish The Story' each commencing "The young man sat alone on the bar stool and watched with envy at the couples dancing around the ballroom floor."
- A tribute to Doctor Andrew Jackson.
Book Reviews For March NORTHUMBRIA. THE LOST KINGDOM. by Paul Gething and Edoardo Albert. Published by The History Press. First published 2012. If you think of yourself as an Anglo-Scandinavian or are just interested in the history of...
A LITTLE MORE HISTORY OF GRASSINGTON The Building Now Occupied by The Stripey Badger was once the site of The Liverpool Warehouse. THE LIVERPOOL WAREHOUSE, GRASSINGTON The Liverpool Warehouse dates from the 18th Century, possibly even earlier and...
2 Trips Down Memory Lane TRIP 1 DOWN MEMORY LANE My First Car A tale of health, safety, education, and a little nostalgia This is the shortened version of this tale. I don’t know if my Uncle Bern invented the Glass Sided Van,...
DR. ANDREW JACKSON 1949 – 2021 It is with great sadness that we heard of the death of Dr. Andrew Jackson on Wednesday 17th. February, in hospital. Most of us will remember him as our local GP – a very caring, listening, community doctor, who...
Finish The Story
The words that start this month's story : "The young man sat alone on the bar stool and watched with envy at the couples dancing around the ballroom floor." STORY 1 - ‘Plus Ҫa Change……’ by Ian Clark The young man sat alone on the bar...
Concerts And Plays - Update
NEWS FROM YORKSHIRES FINEST THEATRES Click on the following Links For Information Bradford St George's Hall...