Luke Anderson Jordan Fowler, 21, of Marlborough Drive, Walton-le-Dale was jailed for eight years and four months after admitting the same charges. Christopher Darragh, 50, of Princess Street, Preston was given a six month jail term for perverting the course of justice after providing false information to the police about the car used during the kidnap. Victim Abid Umar, 36, was subjected to a 15 hour ordeal which began on Wednesday, January 25 when he was approached outside his home in Frenchwood, beaten, tied up, and bundled into the boot of a silver Lexus car. He was taken to a field off Shutting Fields Lane, Bamber Bridge, where he was threatened with an axe, beaten and forced to remove his trousers. Mr Umar was kept in the car boot overnight and was only released at Moments kater Fowler crashed into another car and fled the collision across fields. I cannot imagine the fear both him and the victim must have felt. This included piecing together telephone evidence which linked all four men to the both the planning of the kidnap and to the site where Mr Umar had been detained in the boot of the car overnight.
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Per pale Azure and Or a Pale wavy per pale of the last and Vert over all two Bars dancetty of three points upwards countertinctured Argent Azure Argent and Vert all within a Bordure of the last charged alternately with three Roses Argent on each another Gules both barbed and seeded proper and as many Parnassus flowers Argent. On the dexter side a representation of the Dacre Bull at Naworth Gules armed unguled and collared with a Chain flexed over the back Or and on the sinister side a Dragon also Gules the whole upon a Compartment composed of a section of the Roman Wall charged with two Bars Gules.
Granted 10th October Picture used with permission, do not reproduce. Badge The wavy vertical lines, zig-zag horizontal lines and combination of colours is an ingenious formal diagrammatic picture of the new County as a whole. Blue and white – for the sea, blue and gold – for the lakes and agriculture, green and white – for mountains and lakes and green and gold – for mountains and agriculture.
The motto is Luck to Loyne, Loyne being an alternative form of Lune, that is the river flowing through the area, and repeats the motto of the arms of the former Lancaster City Council.
Early history[ edit ] John Speed ‘s map of the County Palatine of Lancaster, The county was established in ,  later than many other counties. During Roman times the area was part of the Brigantes tribal area in the military zone of Roman Britain. In the centuries after the Roman withdrawal in AD the northern parts of the county probably formed part of the Brythonic kingdom of Rheged , a successor entity to the Brigantes tribe. During the mid-8th century, the area was incorporated into the Anglo-Saxon Kingdom of Northumbria , which became a part of England in the 10th century.
Modern history[ edit ] The historic county palatine boundaries in red and the ceremonial county in green Lancashire is smaller than its historical extent following a major reform of local government. It did not cover the western part of Todmorden , where the ancient border between Lancashire and Yorkshire passes through the middle of the town. During the 20th century, the county became increasingly urbanised, particularly the southern part.
Helens and Wigan were added Blackpool , Southport , and Warrington The county boroughs also had many boundary extensions. The borders around the Manchester area were particularly complicated, with narrow protrusions of the administrative county between the county boroughs — Lees urban district formed a detached part of the administrative county, between Oldham county borough and the West Riding of Yorkshire. On 1 April , under the Local Government Act , the administrative county was abolished, as were the county boroughs.
The urbanised southern part largely became part of two metropolitan counties , Merseyside and Greater Manchester. Helens and Sefton were included in Merseyside.
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The squirrel is from the heraldry of the De Orneston family and the balance is an emblem of St.
Early development[ edit ] During the Roman period, Roman roads passed close to what is now the centre of Preston. This idea is supported by the similarity of the Paschal lamb on Preston’s crest with that on St Wilfrid’s. When assessed for tax purposes in — 19 it was the wealthiest town in the whole county. It is the only Guild still celebrated in the UK. After this, there were breaks in the pattern for various reasons, but an unbroken series were held from to A full year sequence was frustrated by the cancellation of the Guild due to World War II , but the cycle resumed in The expression ‘ Once every Preston Guild’, meaning ‘very infrequently’, has passed into fairly common use, especially in Lancashire.
Guild week is always started by the opening of the Guild Court, which since the 16th century has traditionally been on the first Monday after the feast of the Beheading of St. As well as concerts and other exhibitions, the main events are a series of processions through the city. Numerous street parties are held in the locality. In the emphasis was on the bright new world emerging after the war.
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On a Wreath of the Colours an Oak Branch bent from the sinister chevronwise sprouting and leaved proper fructed Or. Granted 26th August The shuttle represents cotton spinning, and the cylinders and calico the industry of printing that material. The stag is from the arms of the local family of Hargreaves, of Broad Oak, who were closely connected with calico printing. The oak branch is trebly allusive to the name:
A Rose Gules barbed and seeded proper charged with a Bee volant Or.
An ideal location for the business traveller or a base for exploring Scotland. There is an easy to use disabled There is an easy to use disabled access ramp directly off the front carpark leading to the main entrance door. All ground floor access doors have been fitted with slow release door closers to allow sufficient time for access. Iron and iron board on request.
We have a Superior less able ground floor en-suite bedroom which can be set up as a twin or king sized double or layed out to suit the customer s requirements. The en-suite facility has been set up for the less abled person and been fitted with numerous grab rails and a large low level entry shower cubicle. There is a shower chair available on request.
There is a large disabled toilet facilty directly opposite this room if required. The dining area is closely situated with easy access. There is a TV lounge area available for customer s use. The adjacent dining area has a microwave cutlery plates ect also set out for customer s use. There are two parking areas one at the front of the Guest House and the other is through the tunnel into the rear court yard.
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These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Image copyright AFP Image caption Council leader Geoff Driver said not stunning animals before slaughter was “abhorrent” and “really cruel” Councillors in Lancashire have voted to ban unstunned halal meat from being served in schools. Lancashire County Council made the decision to stop using it in 27 council-run schools at a meeting earlier. Council leader Geoff Driver described the practice of not stunning animals before slaughtering them as “abhorrent” and “really cruel”.
Within an Annulet issuing therefrom nine straight Rays Or between them as many Roses the three uppermost Argent the others Gules all barbed and seeded proper a Roundel Azure thereon a representation of the Big End of Pendle Hill proper.
The timing coincided with the introduction of harder steel wedges and chisels and in particular a special kind of chisel known as a ‘pitching tool’. All that is required for a strong good looking building is square edged blocks laid in courses on the front face of a building. In the older, slower techniques the blocks were squared with punch chisels. In pitch faced, the tops, sides and back of stone blocks were left untreated controlled by the thickness of bed only the front face was squared along a line or when more skilled, by eye.
The pitching tool is more like a woodworking chisel with a blunt edge. The harder silica rich rocks like Haslingden Flags are most suitable for this techniques, almost using the same properties as the stone age flint makers. Softer, coaser gritstones are much more difficult to pitch than Rossendale lonkey. Bay Windows are a late Victorian feature. Building regulations relaxed in so windows no longer had to be flush with the exterior wall.
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The harder silica rich rocks like Haslingden Flags are most suitable for this techniques, almost using the same properties as the stone age flint makers.