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A Visit by Four Members of the Local History and Vernacular Buildings Group
Bracewell lies on the B 6251 between the A 59 and Barnoldswick, now in Lancashire, but formerly in Yorkshire. It forms part of...
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Monday, 16 August 2021
These two plants are both members of the Daisy family, Asteraceae or Compositae as it used to be called, perhaps because the flower heads are actually composed of many tiny florets. They are both also rather unusual in that the flowers come out before the
Somewhat more than a year ago, when speaking to the Upper Wharfedale Field Society, I invited Members to visit Airton Meeting House. Sadly it is not yet been possible to do this. Neither was it possible to celebrate in May 2020 Historic England’s redesignating the
There was an interesting article in the Yorkshire Post on February 20th by Roger Ratcliffe on the Signs of Spring and featuring Celandines, and the following information about the plant is from his article. He feels they are an 'unsung sign of winter's end' and