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  Woolton liverpool
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 Woolton, Liverpool
Woolton is in South-East Liverpool, the eastern border being also the border of the City of Liverpool for the most part.
"Woolton Picture House" is apparently the oldest cinema in Liverpool (opened in 1927) according to some sources, while others try to claim it is the oldest cinema in the North West.
This year's Woolton fete is being held over three days, a sign of the popularity of festivals and the changing times, which have left the Beatles behind much as it has the Quarrymen.
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  Townships: Much Woolton | British History Online
The eastern portion is devoted to agriculture, crops of corn, potatoes, turnips, and hay thriving in the shelter of the wooded hillside.
The Hospitallers established a Camera at Woolton; in 1338 it had one messuage, fifty acres of land, five acres of meadow, a water-mill, and £8 of annual rent, and was let to farm for 20 marks.
At the end is a 'Rental of Much Woolton, taken out of all the old rentals that were made when it was first given to God and Saint John, of certain chief of all the freeholders with their obits.' (fn.
www.british-history.ac.uk /report.asp?compid=41306   (3290 words)

  
  Frederick Marquis, 1st Earl of Woolton - Definition, explanation
Woolton retained this position when Winston Churchill became Prime Minister the following month and was faced with the task of overseeing rationing due to wartime shortages.
It was Woolton's business skills that managed to make the Ministry of Food's difficult job a success and he engendered a strong personal popularity despite the shortages.
Under Woolton many sweeping reforms were carried out and when the Conservatives returned to government in 1951, Woolton served in the Cabinet for the next four years.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/f/fr/frederick_marquis__1st_earl_of_woolton.php   (362 words)

  
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But Woolton has a lot more to offer than Beatles shrines – if Lennon and McCartney had never set foot in the place it would still be well worth a visit, and the people fortunate enough to live here are justifiably proud of its many attractions.
Woolton was originally home to some large estates and the grounds that surrounded them now provide some outstanding parks and gardens.
Woolton is not a great place for bargains, but if your budget is tight you might want to consider the cute two-up, two-downs in the middle of the village, or the more affordable semis on Out Lane.
www.findaproperty.com /displaystory.aspx?edid=00&salerent=0&storyid=20064   (1922 words)

  
 Townships: Little Woolton | British History Online
The history of LITTLE WOOLTON is bound up with that of its neighbour, Much Woolton, except for the time, about a century, during which it was in the possession of the monks of Stanlaw.
About 1275 the Hospitallers revived their claim to Little Woolton, and after some negotiation the prior promised the abbot £100 for the surrender of it.
The land was to descend to the heirs of William Brettargh the younger.
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 Woolton Hall - Wikispectus   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Woolton Hall is a hall of residence on the Fallowfield campus, near to Owens Park.
Woolton Hall is divided into 7 buildings: the Hall, Ashley house, Spencer house, Cavendish house, Morley house, Lindsay house and the Bungalow.
Woolton Hall is one of the posher halls of residence in Fallowfield.
www.umsu.manchester.ac.uk /wikispectus/index.php/Woolton_Hall   (606 words)

  
 BBC - Liverpool - Features - Woolton Wins Bloom Award
Woolton has won the Best Large Village category of North West in Bloom for the last two years and was chosen to represent the North West in the national competition of Britain in Bloom.
In recent years the Woolton in Bloom committee have worked to upgrade parts of the village, The Edwardian Floral Clock in Woolton Woods was restored in 2002 and is now in full working order.
The children are involved in the planting and maintenance of the large flower bed which is split in to five sections between the schools with their school badges displayed in each section.
www.bbc.co.uk /liverpool/content/articles/2006/07/28/woolton_in_bloom_06_feature.shtml   (772 words)

  
 PropertyInvesting.net: property investment news: Guidebook - Woolton Liverpool (Beatles Eleanor Rigby, Strawberry ...   (Site not responding. Last check: )
All of this means Woolton attracts its fair share of Beatles-obsessed day-trippers - the entrance to Strawberry Field is festooned with the names of fans who’ve travelled from just about every corner of the globe to pay homage to their heroes.
Woolton was originally home to some large estates and the grounds that surrounded them now provide some outstanding parks and gardens.
Woolton is not a great place for bargains, but if your budget is tight you might want to consider the cute two-up, two-downs in the middle of the village, or the more affordable semis on Out Lane.
www.propertyinvesting.net /cgi-script/csNews/csNews.cgi?database=default.db6788&command=viewonex   (1943 words)

  
 Soundlift.com | Woolton Hertfordshire
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Woolton Hertfordshire is one half of the tap of the tone of the band.
As it's unknown to some, Woolton Hertfordshire is actually half of the members of another band (tone cock).
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 Woolton Group - Provincial Grand Lodge of West Lancashire
Owing to the development of Woolton Hall, which was until the end of 2005 the meeting place for the Lodges and Chapters in the Group, they are now all holding their meetings at Woolton Golf Club just a few hundred yards down Speke Road.
It is anticipated that the fact that all the Lodges and Chapters of the Woolton Group hold their meetings under the same roof will continue to generate a family atmosphere and that there will be even more exchanges of visits of Members from one Lodge to another.
The Woolton Group has ever since its formation in 1997 endeavoured to involve itself in the local community and its connections with and its support for the Marie Curie Hospice, the Woolton in Bloom and various other organisations will no doubt continue and prosper in the future.
www.westlancsfreemasons.org.uk /pages/groups/wooltongroup.htm   (307 words)

  
 Save Woolton Cinema
Whatever Woolton Cinema lacked in immediate choice of films with its single screen, it more than made up for with its friendly charm and character, with many cinemagoers preferring to wait and see the film of their choice at the Woolton rather than see it earlier at another cinema.
Constantly striving to add to the cinematic experience the Woolton Cinema in recent years afforded to upgrade the sound system to DTS digital surround to include a complete installation of digital speakers, high definition projection lens equipment and a full refurbishment of the infamous plush seats.
John remained in the employment of David Wood at the Woolton cinema for 9yrs until its closure on the 3rd of September 2006, declining the position of chief projectionist in 2004 due to family commitments.
www.savewooltoncinema.co.uk /history.htm   (1424 words)

  
 GENUKI: Little Woolton, Lancashire genealogy
WOOLTON (Little), a township in Childwall parish, Lancashire; 4½ miles SW by S of Prescot.
In 1835 Little Woolton was a township in the parish of Childwall.
For probate purposes prior to 1858, Little Woolton was in the Archdeaconry of Chester, in the Diocese of Chester.
www.genuki.org.uk /big/eng/LAN/LittleWoolton   (267 words)

  
 Woolton Diamonds
Woolton Diamonds started playing matches in 2005 and will be competing at under 10 level from September 2007.They had a fantastic season at under 9 level losing just one game in the three separate competitions.
Woolton Diamonds are members of Woolton Football Club an FA Charter Standard Development Club which is based at Camp Hill, Woolton in Liverpool.
The Woolton club operates 30+ teams from the ages of 7 to 15 and there are three other teams in Woolton Diamonds age group: Gold, Vinci and Wanderers.
www.wooltondiamonds.moonfruit.com   (334 words)

  
 News - Woolton FC Football Club Website
Could all Woolton teams and players 14 and over please note that it is expected that they will volunteer to help over the weekend.This year we will be making a note of who has helped for future reference.
Woolton Gold under 10's at a tournamenS at Fresnes sur Escaut near to Valenciennes.
Woolton Boys under 14at a tournament near to Dunkirk and Woolton Wanderers under 14 at Armentieres near Lille.
www.wooltonfc.org.uk /news.htm   (529 words)

  
 Woolton
The history of Woolton dates from the Iron Age and is named after a Seventh century farmer called Wulfa.
He was Private Sewell when the Charge took place and he did not come away unscathed ----his horse was killed under him and he was severely wounded in the head.
They moved into a house on Woolton Hill but in the days when infant mortality was common their two children died at ages 3 and 5 years old ---- it's difficult to imagine just how traumatic those events were at this distance in time.
www.geocities.com /johnhussey1@btinternet.com/woolton.htm   (2411 words)

  
 Woolton Hall » Home
Woolton Hall is a small traditional catered hall located in leafy grounds hidden away on the Fallowfield campus in the heart of Manchester’s student area.
Built in 1959 Woolton is made up of five accommodation blocks plus the main building.
Woolton has gone through an extensive refurbishment program this summer with new bathrooms and kitchens as well as cosmetic changes such as a complete repainting and new carpets as well as new bedroom furniture in some blocks.
wordpress.stars.manchester.ac.uk /campus/fallowfield/woolton   (941 words)

  
 woolton.net - Re:Woolton Hayes - Woolton Forum
Woolton Hayes, Lancashire, the seat of Richard Alison, Esqre.
The enterence to Woolton Hayes, guarded by a lodge, once stood at top of what is now King Drive.
Woolton Hayes, was demolished during the building of Kings Drive.Ernest.W.Alexander, served with the R. whose archives do.
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 Woolton Hill Page 1
Woolton Hill is situated 4 miles south of Newbury, just to the west of the A343 Andover Road.
These days, Woolton Hill and the surrounding area serves largely as a commuter belt for the major towns in the area, Newbury, Andover, Reading and Basingstoke, as well as London, to which there is a rail link from Newbury.
Thomas' Infant and Woolton Hill County Junior Schools, which are attended by children from Highclere and Penwood as well as Woolton Hill.
www.highclere.f9.co.uk /WH1.htm   (241 words)

  
 Is this the end for the Woolton? NO, IT ISN'T! - a set on Flickr
The proprietors of the Woolton were Weller and Stevenson's Theatres Ltd. from 1939.
Unfortunately, David Wood died in June 2006 at the age of 59, and the decision was taken to close the cinema.
The Woolton has been taken over by a group of South Liverpool businessmen, who intend to reopen it.
www.flickr.com /photos/44435674@N00/sets/72157594270842750   (487 words)

  
 Woolton Pie
A creation of the head chef at the Savoy Hotel, Woolton Pie combined carrots, turnips, parsnips and potatoes in an oatmeal stock, and was crowned by a pastry or potato crust and served with brown gravy.
It says much for Woolton's personal charm that he was remarkably popular with the public, even when singing the praises of rissoles without beef, cakes without sugar and tea without tea leaves.
Much of Woolton's success was due to his business skill -- he only rationed items of which he was certain he had enough to go around, however small the quantities.
carrotmuseum.co.uk /woolton.html   (357 words)

  
 John Woolton   (Site not responding. Last check: )
JOHN WOOLTON, nephew to the celebrated Dean Nowell, was born at Whalley, in the county of Lancaster, and distinguished himself at Brasenose College, Oxford.
In Bishop Alley, who brought him into his diocese, and in Francis, Earl of Bedford, he found zealous and liberal patrons.
Some years before his death he had purchased Pilland Estate in Pilton, of the Brett family; his son, John Woolton, M.D., eventually giving up his practice in Exeter, retired to Pilland.
www.exeter-cathedral.org.uk /Clergy/Oliver/35.html   (470 words)

  
 St Thomas
I used to live in Woolton Hill and in the 1960’s became involved with the clearing of the overgrown churchyard.
Woolton Hill church was built 1847/1849, before that time it formed part of the parish of East Woodhay which extended to the Hampshire/Berkshire county boundary, the population at that time was expanding and houses being built at that end of the parish, so that is how the parish of Woolton Hill came into existence.
The school adjacent to the church was a Church of England School, the land between the Church and Rectory was used as the school playing field with the understanding that it would be incorporated into the churchyard as required.
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 Woolton Group News - Provincial Grand Lodge of West Lancashire
Assistant Provincial Grand Master Dennis Rudd and the Chairman of the Woolton Group of Lodges, David Hawkes, attended a reception on board TS Royalist.....
On our return a cheque for £285.00 was passed to the Woolton Group and then promptly forwarded to the 2010 festival.
Assistant Provincial Grand Master Dennis Rudd and the Chairman of the Woolton Group of Lodges, David Hawkes, attended a reception on board TS Royalist moored in the Albert Dock at Liverpool to present a cheque for £1,225 from the Community Fund.
www.westlancsfreemasons.org.uk /pages/news/groupnews/newswoolton.htm   (906 words)

  
 Woolton Pie
A creation of the head chef at the Savoy Hotel, Woolton Pie combined carrots, turnips, parsnips and potatoes in an oatmeal stock, and was crowned by a pastry or potato crust and served with brown gravy.
It says much for Woolton's personal charm that he was remarkably popular with the public, even when singing the praises of rissoles without beef, cakes without sugar and tea without tea leaves.
Much of Woolton's success was due to his business skill -- he only rationed items of which he was certain he had enough to go around, however small the quantities.
www.carrotmuseum.co.uk /woolton.html   (357 words)

  
 Woolton Revisited
Woolton is at the south end of the City of Liverpool in Merseyside
I lived in Woolton, Liverpool 25, from my birth in 1959 until I moved to Yorkshire in 1989.
Incidentally, Woolton County Primary School celebrated its Golden Jubilee in 2007.
www.bluecoatboy.webeden.co.uk /wooltonrevisited/4518693785   (968 words)

  
 February 2, 2008
Woolton Parrish exploded onto Milwaukee's alternative music scene in the late 80s doing all original music and remained a popular club favorite in Milwaukee and Chicago until they broke up in the mid-90s.
Woolton Parrish won a WAMI award in 1989 for best new band of the year and were a vibrant force in the Milwaukee music scene, regularly packing in audiences and drawing praise from music critics.
Though they released five recordings, it was their live show where they electrified and connected with audiences of all genres and background, that put them at their best.
www.shankhall.com /cgi-bin/schedule/calendar.pl?month=2&year=2008&popup=0&template=event_detail.html&event_id=716   (187 words)

  
 UK-GolfGuide : A golfer's Guide to Woolton Golf Club, Liverpool in Merseyside, England
Please click here for a popup page containing a more detailed map of the location of Woolton Golf Club as well as all the other clubs within a 30 mile radius of it.
Please also note that all green fee discount schemes are subject to certain restrictions so if you do decide to purchase any, please ensure that you check the small print before turning up at a club with voucher in hand.
If you know that any of the information shown for Woolton Golf Club is inaccurate or out of date, please tell UK-GolfGuide so that we can update our files.
www.uk-golfguide.com /england/26875.html   (416 words)

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