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Pennine Weavers | Specialist Commission Weavers | Fabric ...
Specialist commission weavers, producing the world’s finest cloth in Yorkshire – the home of wool and worsted textiles. Pennine is the largest worsted weaver in the UK, with 32 Dornier looms, and weaves 30, 000-35, 000 metres a week. It has only the second drawing-in machine in Europe – the first went to Cerruti in Italy.

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West Yorkshire Archive Service, Leeds | The National Archives
The official archive of the UK government. Our vision is to lead and transform information management, guarantee the survival of today's information for tomorrow and bring history to life for everyone.

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Townend Weaving
Townend Weaving, established in 1984, based in the picturesque Colne Valley, Yorkshire, is the leading commission weaver in the country. Wool has been woven in the Colne Valley for at least six centuries, which is one of the reasons why Huddersfield Cloth has a worldwide reputation.

www.townendweaving.co.uk

Exhibition List | Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Hear about the early halls that were built on the Bretton Estate and how they link to Henry VIII, Temple Newsam and the Bretton Hall we know today.

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The Workhouse in Knaresborough, Yorkshire, W. Riding
After 1834. The formation of new Poor Law Unions in West Yorkshire was severely hindered by the existence of four Gilbert Unions (Barwick, Carlton, Great Ouseburn and Great Preston) whose constitution had made them exempt from the provisions of the 1834 Poor Law Amendment Act.

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How the Black Prince charged into Leeds - Yorkshire Post
The choice fell on the romantic personality of the Black Prince, born in 1330. The origins of the Black Prince name are uncertain. Theories suggest it is derived from his black shield as well as ...

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Craven - Wikipedia
Craven is a local government district of North Yorkshire, England centred on the market town of Skipton. In 1974, Craven district was formed as the merger of Skipton urban district, Settle Rural District and most of Skipton Rural District, all in the West Riding of Yorkshire.

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The Workhouse in York, Yorkshire, E. Riding
York, East Riding of Yorkshire [Bibliography] Up to 1834. As early as 1551, part of St Anthony's Hall, an early local prison establishment, was being deployed for use as a poorhouse.

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Sadler report - Wikipedia
This is an article about a 19th century British report. It should not be confused with the Sadler Commission, an investigation into Indian University education at the end of the First World War.

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Textile industries since 1550 | British History Online
Footnotes. 1. For the history of the industry up to 1700 the author is greatly indebted to G. D. Ramsay, Wilts. Woollen Industry in the 16th and 17th Centuries.

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