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EDITORS PAGE Well it looks like summer has finally arrived; we have already used our BBQ more times this past couple of weeks than we did throughout the whole of last year.
It doesn’t seem 2 minutes ago since London was hosting the Opening Ceremony at the 2012 Olympic games, and now the 2016 Olympic and Paralympics Games in Rio is on our screens and as a nation we will all be cheering on the Team GB, I wonder how many of us watched the opening ceremony in Rio! Midnight was a bit too late for me). . Schools are now on their summer holiday, if you are wondering what to do to amuse your little ones see page 14. Where we have put together a few places to take the children to keep them amused, and the nice thing is they are local and most are even free. Most of us will be familiar with The Rodley Barge, and I am sure many of us have sat and watched the barges, ducks and swans glide by. But here is a little known
Hopefully the sun will continue to shine over the next couple of months and the smell of BBQ’s will be filling the air. Whether you have decided to holiday abroad or are planning to stay closer to home. Have fun and make lots of memories.
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About The Olympics
The first Olympics, which started in ancient Greece, only allowed men to take part. These days, men and women from across the planet compete for Olympic gold. Athletic records have been set, heroes have been made, rivalries formed and even a few tragedies have occurred. Nations have gone at it every four years (with a few exceptions) in both team and individual events for more than a century now. Athletes compete for pride, fame and Olympic glory, and the desire to be the best. Here are a few stories surrounding the history of the Olympics.
London’s Record Third Olympics
2012 was not the first time London has hosted an Olympic Games, nor was it even the second. In fact, London became the first city to ever host a modern Olympics three times. In addition to that record, London also has the honour of being the first city to host the Paralympics, which took place in 1948 for wounded war veterans.
The World’s Youngest Ol ympian
Dimitrios Loundras was a Greek gymnast who took part in the Athens Olympics held in 1896. Young Dimitrios won a bronze medal for his efforts, and to this day he still remains the youngest Olympic competitor and medallist on record. Even more amazing, he was 10 years and 218 days old when he won his medal. That’s a lot of pressure for a kid, but Dimitrios did just fine. Later in life he became an admiral in the Greek Navy. Perhaps he held onto his medal when he was out to sea, for good luck.
The Barefoot Marathoner
Running a marathon is hard work. Shoe companies market like crazy to all types of runners, but their advertisements would have been wasted on Abebe Bikila. Abebe, who hailed from Ethiopia, won the gold medal for the marathon in the 1960 Rome Olympics. He was the first African to win a gold, and he did so barefoot. That just goes to show you expensive footwear doesn’t always make the difference. 8
The Oldest Olympian Ever
Oscar Swahn, a Swedish shooting expert, won his first Olympic medal in 1908, when he was a spry 60-year-olds. Apparently he got a taste for winning, even if it came later in life than most people. (He would go on to compete in two more Olympic Games.) After WWI, Swahn attended the Antwerp Games (his last) and won a silver medal. He was 72 at the time. It seemed his marksmanship hadn’t faltered in the slightest, despite his advancing age.
An American Won The First ‘Modern’ Olympic Medal
The American James Connolly won the fist medal given out (of the modern era) at the inaugural Athens Games, staged in 1896. In order to do so, he had to take a break from his studies at Harvard University and make his way to and through Europe. Luckily, his efforts paid off. Connolly competed in the triple jump and emerged victorious; becoming the first Olympic champion since the last Olympics were held, about 1,500 years prior. Instead of a gold medal, the top prize at the time was a silver medal and an olive leaf.
The First Olympics Ever Broadcast on Television
The 1936 Berlin Olympics were the first Olympic Before the advent of television, sports fans had to make do with radio commentary, and before radios were ubiquitous, you could only read about the results of the events in the newspaper. These days, giant screens and HD televisions let fans live vicariously through their favourite athletes. Every glistening pore and bead of sweat can now be captured on camera. Back in 1936, you could only get a fuzzy black-and-white image, but that beat radio hands down if you happened to own a television and live in Germany (there was no global television then). Worldwide Olympic television broadcasts only became possible in the 1960s.
Gold Medals Aren’t Pure Gold
Names can be deceptive. Even though the top athlete in his or her field wins the ‘gold,’ the medals aren’t really made out of solid gold. In fact, they haven’t been pure gold for around 100 years. The gold medals awarded now are actually silver, with gold plating. That probably doesn’t matter to the athletes who have dedicated their lives to winning one, as long as they aren’t planning on melting the medal down and pawning it off.
London Hosted the First Opening Ceremonies
The opening ceremonies of the Olympics are a pretty big deal nowadays. The city, and the nation chosen for the event invest a lot of money and resources into creating a big fanfare and a huge spectacle. (If you had the chance to see the opening ceremonies for the 2008 Beijing Olympics, you know what we’re talking about.) Well, the first few Olympics of the modern era didn’t even have an opening ceremony. That only came into style with the 1908 games, held in London. Cities have been trying to outdo one another with elaborate ceremonies ever since.
The Modern Olympics Have Been Cancelled Three Times
The Olympics are traditionally held every four years. The summer and winter games took place during the same year up until 1994, when the International Olympic Committee (IOC) decided that the seasonal games should be staggered, and held two years apart. In the past, the modern games were only cancelled three times, always on account of war. The 1916 Summer Olympics in Berlin were cancelled because of WWI. The 1940 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, as well as the 1944 Summer Olympics in London were cancelled because of WWII. When people are fighting for basic survival, global athletic events tend to hold a lot less meaning.
The Ancient Greeks Competed in the Nude In ancient Greece, athletes didn’t have to worry about endorsements on their jerseys or shorts, because they weren’t wearing any. That’s right, competitors back in the day had to strut around in the buff, and only men were allowed to compete. Competitors often oiled themselves up for looks, and as a tribute to the Gods. (The word “gymnasium” comes from the Greek “gymnos,” which means “naked.”) Those unabashed Greeks even worked out in the nude. Image the anxiety and preening that would cause in a modern gym. At least you’d save some money on your workout clothes. But where would you clip your iPod?
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Dog Days refer to the hot, sultry days of summer that occur in the months of July and August, in the Northern Hemisphere. They are typically the days that achieve the hottest temperatures, least rainfall and longer days, but actually have nothing to do with either Englishmen or mad dogs at all. The term dog days actually comes, like most things, from the Greeks, Egyptians and Romans and their love of astronomy and worshipping of the Gods.
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The brightest star in the night sky was astronomically the foundation of the Egyptians entire religion and was known as Sothis. This star was associated with their holy trinity that included Isis the mother goddess, Osiris and their son Horus. They held this bright star in such regard that many of their deities were associated with it in some form, for example Anubis the dog-headed god of the underworld. They believed that this star was the ‘sun behind the sun’ and responsible for giving heat to the sun and the rise in temperature during the equinoxes, a belief that the Romans too began to share.
Dies caniculares was the term that the Romans used to describe the days between 24th July – 24th August. During these dates the constellation known as Canis Major (Large Dog) could be seen in the sky. The brightest star in that constellation was So this or Sirius as they named it and was visible either just before or at the same time as the equinoxes (prior to the creation of the Gregorian calendar). The Romans believed it was an evil time when “the Sea boiled, the wine turned sour, dogs grew mad and all
other creatures became languid, and causing diseases among man from burning fevers to hysterics” They believed that the evil heat came from the rage of Sirius, and so each equinox they sacrificed a red dog and gave it as an offering – in the hope of appeasing the gods and fending off the hot weather.
To the dogs
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For the topping: 350g frozen or Fresh Raspberries 25ml water 75g white Granulated Sugar 1 tsp Corn Flour 1 tbsp Icing Sugar (for decoration)
For the base: Line a medium sized baking tin with greaseproof paper, leaving plenty of extra paper up the sides so that you can remove the cheesecake easily later. Next take the digestive biscuits and put them in a plastic bag. Use a rolling pin or something hard to crush and break up the biscuits into fine breadcrumbs. Next take the crumbs and put into a bowl. Pour over the melted butter and using a round backed metal spoon mix all of the butter into the crumbs until they are all covered. Next, transfer the buttery crumb mix into the baking tin and using the spoon, press it down to fill all of the base of the tin. Pop the tin into the fridge and leave it for about an hour to set firm. For the filling: Take a large mixing bowl and scrape the seed from the vanilla pod or add the essence into it. Next add the cream cheese and icing sugar. Blend it all together with a metal spoon until it is all nicely mixed and there are no lumps. Next, pour in the cream and beat the mixture together until it forms a nice smooth consistency. Take the baking tin containing the base from the fridge
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YOUR LOCAL FOOTBALL CLUB Function Room Available Daytime and Evenings for: Private Parties, Wedding Receptions, Business Meetings, Training Days, Funeral Teas, Football Parties etc. Catering and DJ available or you can provide your own. FARSLEY CELTIC FC FIRST TEAM HOME GAMES Sat 13th Aug Colwyn Bay K.O. 3.00pm Sat 27th Aug Kendal Town K.O. 3.00pm Sat 17th Sept Ramsbottom Utd K.O. 3.00pm Tues 20th Sept Scarborough Athletic K.O. 7.45pm Tues 27th Sept Colne K.O. 7.45pm Admission £7.00 Concessions £4.00 All Matches subject to change. Please check web site.
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Summer School Football Camps Held at Farsley Celtic 10.00am to 3.00pm Daily £10.00 Daily or £45.00 Weekly Boys and Girls Aged 5 to 12 years old Places are limited - please book. Call Al on 0780 5899 3250
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FARSLEY WELCOMES ASTON MARTIN
Farsley has a long history with Aston Martin and to celebrate this, it is hosting its 3rd ASTON MARTIN REUNION on Saturday 10th September 2016. The vehicles will parade down Town Street from 10am and congregate in Sunny Bank Mills Car Park on Town Street, they will be on display until approximately 12.00 noon when they will depart heading up Town Street. Councillor Rod Wood said “We are expecting a number of important Aston Martins to be present, and hopefully one or two surprises” All funds collected on the day will go towards the Farsley defibrillator Fund.
SUNNY BANK MILLS HERITAGE OPEN DAYS
After you have viewed the Aston Martins why not continue your day in Farsley and visit Sunny Bank Mills Heritage Open Days which are held from Friday 9th to Sunday 11th September 2016. The mill is set to open its doors and give visitors a blast from the past. This will be a great opportunity to see parts of the Mill not normally open to the public. Free tours of the Mill will depart every hour from 11.00am. See the archives dating back over 150 years containing over 8000 fabric designs, old photographs and Mill memorabilia. Have a go at some fun Mill related activities, visit our Open Studios, stop off in the Gallery for a cup of tea and piece of homemade cake and participate in a performance. For more information please visit www.sunnybankmills.co.uk
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CHEESE Everyone knows cheese and wine compliment each other very well and with your carefully thought out
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