The Brilliant Billy Riley – Wrestling Legend Lancashire

From WWE to UFC, we are exposed to different kinds of shows in the wrestling world. But have you ever heard about the old wrestling style, “Catch-as-catch-can wrestling,” also known as Catch wrestling? More deadly and violent than other contemporary wrestling styles, Catch wrestling was evolved in the 1800s. One of the best wrestlers of…

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The Best of Lancashire’s Produce to Savour

Lancashire is located on the Irish Sea to the west coast of England. This county includes Manchester and Liverpool in the old times but has reduced in dimension after 1974. Lancashire has hamlets, market towns and villages scattered all around. There are cultivated farmlands, open moorlands and outstanding natural beauty extending beyond Ribble Valley and…

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Thriving Through Springtime on the Lancashire Coast

Besides offering a superb lifestyle, Lancashire is a stellar place for tourists. The coastline is beautiful, and there are stunning vistas across the countryside. Regardless of the way you wish to spend your noon, there are many activities such as exploring new routes for walking, flying kites on the beach, or just exploring the cities…

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Mystic, Magic, and Witchery – Pendle Hill Witch Hunt in Lancashire

Do you believe in the existence of witches? Regardless of anyone’s views, witches were feared immensely in the 17th century in Lancashire, UK. One such notorious place that still exists is on the Pendle Hill Witch Trail that takes you back to the past to discover the mysterious history of the county. Exploring the witch…

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Lancashire Cricket Legend Neil Fairbrother

“Legends are not born, legends are made.” This famous quote by Alexander D. Jones from his book Nightsong holds true to the former England cricketer Neil Fairbrother. Being named after one of the Australian finest cricketer Neil Harvey by his mother, Neil Harvey Fairbrother went on to become a very notable international cricketer for England….

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Homegrown and Delicious – Lancashire’s Bury Black Pudding

Lancashire acquired its name from Lancaster city. It is a county located in North West England. Lancashire is now a tourist destination owing to its scenic beauty and offers an easy approach to all the places around it. Black pudding in Lancashire is a delicacy that dates back to 1810. The first ever pudding was…

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Continuing The Fundraising of Sporting Legend Jim Rhodes

Thousands of people die every day due to various reasons, but very few of them leave their mark on people’s lives. Jim Rhodes is one of those incredible people who has left his mark on people’s lives. The Radcliffe AC legend is being remembered by his fellow runners and people associated with the club. Jim…

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