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  1. Rodge Dowson says:

    Beck Isle Museum, Pickering presented: ‘The History of Middleton’. The first of a new series of community talks on the villages of Pickering Lyth was given by respected local historian and Museum Life Patron John Rushton M.B.E. It was a fantastic and colourful journey through time of the villages of Cropton, Middleton and Aislaby.
    Other dates and venues will be posted soon…….

  2. kim shoobridge says:

    Fantastic Rodge to se you and the students having such a great time doing research….well done to all of you…what a fab project!

  3. David Munroe says:

    Hi, I recently entered a poetry competition organised by the museum. I am happy to say that I won the competition with my piece entitled “Early morning at Ladycross”.
    Unfortunately, after sending in the poem I inadvertantly destroyed my original copy!!!
    If anyone can help me to get a copy I would be very very grateful!!!

    Many thanks, David Munroe.

    PS: What a great website!

  4. kim says:

    Hi David, its winging its way to you as we speak i posted it yesterday July 27th.

  5. kim says:

    Hi
    Dont foget to come on down to the beckside and join in all the fun of the fayre on August 1st. Beck Isle are holding a medieval fayre with a few suprises thrown in for fun!

  6. Diane says:

    Help!
    I am trying to research a property on Eastgate – No.33, I’m not having much luck and remembered the fantastic amount of information held at Beck Isle.
    Can anyone help? I have been told the property was once a shop – can anyone verify this?
    Many thanks for any responses.

    PS. Congratulations on a great website!

  7. Kelvin says:

    I’m trying to find all those lovely old pictures that were here. Can you tell me how to find them or have they been removed from the web?

  8. heather moss says:

    does anyone remember a farm called pig lug farm in rosedale?

    • Pig Lug has now disappeared. It was at Hancow, Hartoft, up on the Ridge Road. We have a bit of info. on Pig Lug – if you want to see archive material on Rosedale we have an event coming up this weekend. Otherwise see link here link for Rosedale History Society for our news, contact details etc.

    • Secretary says:

      not sure if we have contacted you before but we have some details of Pig Lug.
      Please contact Rosedale History Society – rosedalehistory@hotmail.co.uk
      for further information.

    • ALISON says:

      THE WRIGHT FAMILY LIVED AT PIG LUG FARM ABOUT 70 YEARS AGO .THEY WHERE RELATED TO MY HUSBAND. IF YOU STILL REQUIRE INFO PLEASE FEEL FREE TO GET IN TOUCH.

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