Premier Inn Preston South - Cuerden Way
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... entirely owned and very few, if any, still rented to employees. William became an art collector - at first to find paintings suitable for advertising soap. In the Gallery was the Bubbles painting that as a child I remember advertising Pears soap. Pears was a rival, but was taken over by Lever brothers about 1915. So William (later Lord Leverhulme) built the art gallery and named it for his wife, and built a ...
... Bury. As with the other towns, these churches date back over 1000 years. You can see some of the add-ons over the years, but the basic old Norman churches are still intact.
After so much disappointment earlier on our trip, it was emotionally pleasing to actually visit the churches of our ancestors – and to find some gravestones with relatives’ names on them – an incredible feeling. We also found names on ...
... off to traffic. Wouldn’t be a problem except that our hotel is on the docks! As everyone knows, Sat Nav doesn’t deal too well with diversions so we spent the first 20 minutes being told "Turn back…..turn back!". Eventually we got on to the motorway and made it to the studios quick quickly.
After 25+ years of filming on this set they have now built a new set a couple of miles away; the last episode was filmed here ...
I had no concept of what to expect in Liverpool . Thought it would look industrial. However, I was pleasantly surprised . I found it a lovely vibrant city. Clean. Friendly. Great atmosphere. I was immediately caught up in the magic of "The Beatles"... All over again!! In fact, we all were & the smiles lever left our faces the whole time we were there.
Our hotel- The Hard Days Night - was fabulous & I fell in ...
... though the little English towns on the way was great fun, like driving through heart beat! They also have canals everywhere which Luke loves, they used to be the main form of industrial transport across the UK with loads being moved via canals with horses towing them from the bank. With Luke's love of them we stopped off and walked along one on the side of the road. It was so perfect, cows and lambs on the other side and ...