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Local historian Nick Moore has produced a superb history of Blackpool and the surrounding areas, with plenty of mentions of Mossogs and Marton Moss. ___________________________TO READ.________CLICK THE LINK BELOW____________________ For those interested, here is the link… www.blackpoolhistory.co.uk Click on the PDF link, Nick’s entire book is there. You’ll find this interesting snippet! “There are legends […]
Steven Woodhouse wrote to our Local Member of Parliament, The Right Honourable Gordon Marsden, the following:- Dear Mr. Marsden, I am currently chairman of the soon to be designated Marton Moss Neighbourhood Forum. I have been in extensive communication with Blackpool Council, who have been most helpful in setting this Forum up. However it is […]
Marton Moss has now been officially designated as a conservation area in a move which it is hoped will help preserve some of the earliest evidence of settlement in Blackpool. An assessment carried out by Blackpool Council warns the “cobbled buildings which were once common in this area are now very few in number”. There […]