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#61 Posted : 17 October 2013 12:09:40(UTC)
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The next meeting is on Tuesday November 5th at 7.30pm.  Doors open 7.pm. No fireworks I'm afraid.
The speaker is Donald Reid on the subject of "Curious Cheshire" A look at some of the unusual and interesting things that can be found in the county.
The venue, as always is Furness Vale Community Centre and admission is £1 for guests. Everybody welcome.
 

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#62 Posted : 02 February 2014 11:37:39(UTC)
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The February Meeting is on Tuesday 4th at 7.30pm.  Presented by Derek Brumhead, this is the story of the railways of New Mills and district that have since been lost or were proposed but never constructed. Everybody welcome at Furness Vale Community Centre. Admission £1 including refreshments.
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#63 Posted : 20 February 2014 11:28:00(UTC)
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The  next meeting is on Tuesday 4th March when Glen Atkinson returns with a talk on the inventions and "firsts" from the City of Salford. Glen is an entertaining and informative speaker and an interesting evening is assured.


As usual the meeting is held at Furness Vale Community Centre, Yeardsley Lane at 7.30pm. Admission £1 including refreshments.
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#64 Posted : 25 April 2014 15:07:44(UTC)
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Our next meeting is on Tuesday 6th May at 7.30pm.  The speaker will be Gillian Lonergan of the Co-operative archives.  The subject is "More Than a Shop", an illustrated talk about the history of the Co-op movement.  Everybody is welcome at Furness Vale Community Centre, Yeardsley Lane.
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#65 Posted : 23 May 2014 07:09:44(UTC)
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Furness Vale Local History Society meets on Tuesday 3rd June at 7.30pm. 
Some 30 addresses in Furness Vale have been shops or similar businesses and David Easton will tell of their history in his illustrated talk "Shops and Pubs in Furness Vale".
The meeting is held at Furness Vale Community Centre, Yeardsley Lane and admission is £1 for guests.
 

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#66 Posted : 21 August 2014 09:28:40(UTC)
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The new season of Furness Vale History Society starts with a talk by Neil Mullineux of Marple Local History Society. Neil will take us on a guided tour of 17th Century Marple Hall. This was once the home of John Bradshaw who is famous for signing the death warrant of Charles I. The remains of the hall are now within the grounds of Marple Hall School.


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#67 Posted : 25 September 2014 08:12:12(UTC)
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The next meeting of Furness Vale History Society on 7th October features a talk by Geoff Wild "My life in print", a story of the newspaper business in Manchester.  We will hear the history of publishing and printing in the City together with anecdotes about working in the industry. Furness Vale Community Centre 7.30pm. Admission £1.50

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#68 Posted : 24 October 2014 08:58:59(UTC)
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LOST GLOSSOP

Next month we welcome the return of a popular speaker, David Frith.  His subject this time will be "Lost Glossop".  David has a vast collection of photographs from the area and will tell us the history of each scene.  The meeting on Tuesday 4th November is at Furness Vale Community Centre at 7.30pm.  Admission is £1.50 including refreshments. The licenced bar will also be open.


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#69 Posted : 17 November 2014 07:52:18(UTC)
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We welcome the return of Gillian Mawson for our next meeting on Tuesday 2nd December.  Gill will tell the story of the Stockport schools evacuated because of the threat of wartime bombing. As usual, we meet at Furness Vale Community Centre, Yeardsley Lane at 7.30pm. Admission is £1.50 and includes refreshments.


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#70 Posted : 08 December 2014 09:06:56(UTC)
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At the next meeting of Furness Vale History Society on Tuesday  6th January, the speakers will be Dr and Mr Hamilton whose illustrated talk will be on  "The Peak Forest Canal System". We meet at Furness Vale Community Centre, Yeardsley Lane at 7.30pm. Non members are always welcome and admission is £1.50 including refreshments. A licensed bar is also available.
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#71 Posted : 14 January 2015 11:01:52(UTC)
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Furness Vale History Society meets next on Tuesday 3rd February when the speaker will be Anthony Burton whose subject is "Victorian Church Buildings in the North West".
We meet at Furness Vale Community Centre, Yeardsley Lane at 7.30pm.
Non members are always welcome and admission is £1.50 including refreshments. A licensed bar is also available.



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#72 Posted : 11 February 2015 08:44:55(UTC)
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Furness Vale History Society meets on Tuesday 3rd March at 7.30pm. An illustrated talk by Judith Wilshaw is on the subject of "The Industrial Revolution and The Textile Industry". We always welcome non members and the admission price of £1.50 includes refreshments. The meeting is at Furness Vale Community Centre, Yeardsley Lane, immediately behind the Imperial Palace restaurant.

 

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#73 Posted : 22 March 2015 09:47:12(UTC)
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Meeting on April 7th

Furness Vale History Society meets on Tuesday April 7th at 7.30pm. The speaker, David Frith asks the question "How Many Bridges in Furness Vale and Whaley Bridge", a topic which will set us all thinking. We meet at Furness Vale Community Centre. Yeardsley Lane. Everybody welcome, admission £1.50.



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#74 Posted : 22 April 2015 12:46:31(UTC)
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The next meeting of Furness Vale History Society on Tuesday 5th May at 7.30pm is a talk by Keith Holford on The History of Bugsworth / Buxworth. The venue is Furness Vale Community Centre, Yeardsley Lane, next to the Imperial Palace Restaurant. Admission is £1.50 including refreshments.May-2015comp.jpg
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#75 Posted : 26 May 2015 09:24:40(UTC)
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The June meeting is Tuesday next, the 2nd at 7.30pm. Donald Reid gives an illustrated talk on our local packhorse trails. The routes taken by the salt traders through Cheshire and Derbyshire. As usual we meet at Furness Vale Community Centre, Yeardsley Lane. Admission is £1.50 including refreshmens. A licenced bar is available.June-2015comp.jpg
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#76 Posted : 18 August 2015 11:04:55(UTC)
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The next meeting on Tuesday 1st September is the first of a trilogy on the subject of Kinder. We meet at Furness Vale Community Centre, Yeardsley Lane, Furness Vale. Admission is £1.50 including refreshments and a licensed bar is also open. Doors open 7pm

The speaker is David Frith on the subject "A Walk To The Downfall"

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#77 Posted : 04 October 2015 15:40:13(UTC)
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Furness Vale History Society meets on Tuesday 6th October at 7.30pm. The subject is "The Kinder Trespass" presented by Keith Warrender. Furness Vale Community Centre, Yeardsley Lane. next to Imperial Palace Restaurant. Admission £1.50 including refreshments. A Licensed bar is also available

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#78 Posted : 24 October 2015 09:56:58(UTC)
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The next meeting of Furness Vale History Society is on Tuesday 3rd November. The subject will be "Kinder Mountain Rescue", the third in our trilogy about our local mountain. We meet at Furness Vale Community Centre, Yeardsley Lane at 7.30pm. Non members are always welcome. Admission is £1.50 including refreshments. The licenced bar will also be open.

Details of future events will always be found on our website http://furnesshistory.blogspot.co.uk/
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#79 Posted : 19 November 2015 07:15:46(UTC)
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Furness Vale History Society meets on Tuesday 1st December when Ian Edgar M.B.E., Chairman of the Bugsworth Basin Heritage Trust tells the story of the restoration of Derbyshire's inland port.
The meeting is at Furness Vale Community Centre, Yeardsley Lane at 7.30pm. Admission is £1.50 including refreshments. A licensed bar is also available.
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