Photo-a-Day (Wednesday, 8th April, 2009)
Photo: Brian (Fuji Finepix S7000)
Every little helps but not when it comes to preserving our heritage.
Im always surprised how close Haigh Hall looks when viewed from the town.
It is close as the crow flies Mick, but longer on foot as much of the walk is uphill on a winding path.
Lord of all he surveyed,Mick.
A landscape changed forever thanks to Jack Robinson!
Have never been and never will go to Wigan Tesco, for me Central Park should not have been flattened but had money spent on it to bring it up to the standard of a modern stadium and therefore preserve a bit of Wigans history.
Would you be saying same thing Dave if they had built a Doctors Surgery or a Hospital on the Central Park site.
Certainly would, and I think all the people whose friends and relatives ashes were scattered there.
You cant keep living in the past Dave all them ashes would have blown away soon after they had been scattered or mown collected with the grass cuttings.
Ken Barlow was asked recently how he was coping with the sudden lost of his wife, and his reply which I thought was a good one was "Death is just part of lifes cycle" you just have to get on with it.
So just think how many bargains you have missed out on by not going into Tescos
Wigan rugby is better where they are; at Robin Park, makeing space for a real shopping centre with some free parking.And you are right Mick,they have moved Haigh Hall closer to town
Prefer ASDA anyway, its my corner shop as I live in Newtown.
Dave have you still got that special jacket with the big inside pockets