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Greater Manchester North West

Edgar Wood film success in London and Huddersfield

https://middletonheritage.co.uk/edgar-wood-film-success-in-london-and-huddersfield/

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Greater Manchester

Hopwood DePree and Hopwood Hall | Middleton Heritage

https://middletonheritage.co.uk/hopwood-depree-and-hopwood-hall/

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Lancashire

Colne Town Hall given new lease of life | Pendle Today

https://www.pendletoday.co.uk/news/colne-town-hall-given-new-lease-life-2067547

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Lancashire

Decaying Jacobean mansion Bank Hall in Bretherton to undergo full restoration thanks to grant | Chorley Guardian

https://www.chorley-guardian.co.uk/news/decaying-jacobean-mansion-bank-hall-bretherton-undergo-full-restoration-thanks-grant-1086517

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Lancashire

Blueprint will give new lease of life to one of county’s most recognisable landmarks | Burnley Express

https://www.burnleyexpress.net/news/blueprint-will-give-new-lease-life-one-countys-most-recognisable-landmarks-1127335

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Lancashire

Future of Queen Street and Helmshore Textile mills thrown into fresh doubt

https://www.pendleheritage.co.uk/2017/04/08/future-of-queen-street-and-helmshore-textile-mills-thrown-into-fresh-doubt/

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Lancashire

£1.4million plan to bring out best in Padiham’s conservation area | Lancashire Telegraph

https://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/15093578.1-4million-plan-bring-best-padihams-conservation-area/

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Lancashire

£2.4m project to improve Pendle Hill starts to take shape | Lancashire Telegraph

https://www.lancashiretelegraph.co.uk/news/15072676.2-4m-project-improve-pendle-hill-starts-take-shape/

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Lancashire

Can you find a new use for an ancient Church?

https://www.pendleheritage.co.uk/2016/07/16/can-you-find-a-new-use-for-an-ancient-church-near-accrington/

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Lancashire

Bank Hall Restoration

Bank Hall is a Grade II* listed building and was the Manorial home of the Bannister (Banastre) family whose ancestors came from Normandy with William The Conqueror. The Friends of Bank Hall (formerly Bank Hall Action Group) have worked tirelessly since 1995 to saved the Hall which had become derelict. With the help of Heritage Trust for the North West & Lottery funding, this has now been achieved with the restoration of the Hall being started in July 2017.

Currently in the highest risk category on Historic England’s Buildings at Risk register, Bank Hall was the first building to feature on BBC Two’s TV series ‘Restoration’. The restoration project is being delivered by Chorley Borough Council in partnership with Heritage Trust North West, Urban Splash and Next Big Thing Developments Ltd.