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Scunthorpe History - the Market You might guess that Scunthorpe Market has been around for quite a few years – but did you know that in fact it goes back some 100 years?

Bacon Charlie’s is a household name in Scunthorpe and a market tradition that stretches back 100 years. Richard Neilson now runs the stall, but the original Bacon Charlie was his grandfather who ran the business until his death in 1960, aged 83. After his death, the business was kept in the family, being run by Charlie’s wife Ethel, then their daughter Joan and her husband and finally his grandsons, Richard and Robert. This tradition has led to generations of shoppers staying loyal to the family business. don’t forget glanford advertiser when you call delivered toto 21,mention 700 homes and offices monthly


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Fruit and Veg More recently, Rooke’s Fruit and Veg is one of Scunthorpe Market’s best-loved stalls and for over sixty years it has been serving happy customers with fresh, quality produce. Established by the Rooke family in 1947, it catered for the growing post-war desire for fresh produce as rationing drew to an end. When the New Market Hall opened its doors in 1969, G Rooke’s ‘The Salad Bar’ moved to its present position at the entrance to the Food Hall. Generations of shoppers have called into Rookes for their weekly supply of fruit and vegetables, coming back again and again for the great quality and choice. More recently, the stall was taken over by Luigi Scatola whose 20 years of experience as a greengrocer and Sicilian passion for quality ensure that customers receive the same high standards and friendly service they have come to expect from the Rooke’s name.

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GA interviews leading Lincolnshire writer, Stephen Wade GA: Where were you born? SW: In Leeds. I moved to Scunthorpe in 1974 and worked for 20 years at North Lindsey College teaching English. GA: How many books have you written? SW: 67 up to now. I wrote my first book in 1987 and I am currently working on a new book about the life of George Grossmith who was a Gilbert & Sullivan star in Victorian Times. I started writing poetry aged 17 and I still enjoy writing poetry. GA: Biggest influence on your work? SW: The 16th Century poet John Donne. GA: Greatest achievement as a writer? SW: It was working in prisons, where I was involved in a scheme called ‘Storybook Dads/Mums’, linking people inside to their children by book-sharing and writing to each other about the books they read. I was given an award for that. GA: Biggest selling book? SW: Unsolved Yorkshire Murders. That was a ‘Waterstone’s Choice’ one year. GA: Any other writers in the family? SW: Yes! My wife writes Romantic Fiction for Mills and Boon. I believe she is now on book number 60. GA: Present company excepted, have you met any really famous writers? SW: Yes. I have met and interviewed quite a few, including Melvyn Bragg, Seamus Heaney, Brian Patten and Roger McGough. One year I arranged for Roger McGough to come and speak at North Lindsey College and hundreds of Scunthorpe folk turned out to listen to him in the Main Hall. Stephen has written many books on subjects spanning crime, the paranormal, genealogy and the military. A number of his books are focused on Lincolnshire people.

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Who’s Impy? Impy is GA’s variation on the Lincoln Imp which is the symbol of the City of Lincoln. The Imp is a well known emblem of the Cathedral and the City, to the extent it has been adopted as the symbol of Lincoln and by the 1930’s was established as the nickname of the local football club. The Imp began a commercial life in the late 19th century, when local jewelers, James Usher and Son began advertising a range of ‘charming and very appropriate souvenirs of Lincoln’ featuring the Imp. Lincoln Imp merchandise is still available today in the Cathedral’s shop. Recently, Lincoln Cathedral received a surprise when a carved wooden replica of the famous Imp was received through the post – all the way from Western Australia! To add to the mystery, the letter accompanying the Imp was brief, stating that it was being returned as its custodian had died and that it was removed on behalf of the cathedral during one of the wars. Experts in the Cathedral’s Works Department believe the Imp is a Victorian copy and is at least 100 years old…

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Scunthorpe Boxing Club Home Show (19:30 - April 13th, 2013) Our very popular home boxing show is at Redbourn Sports Club, Cemetery Road, Scunthorpe. The clubs boxers have the chance to show off their skills in front of home support and family . These nights are very well attended and always contain exciting and well matched bouts. We are also looking for local businesses to sponsor the fights. For details of the sponsorship package please get in touch

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Scunthorpe Boxing Club is committed to providing high quality training facilities and helpful, knowledgeable coaches to all levels and ages of boxers and fitness enthusiasts. With training offered six days a week and even separate classes for girls available it's a great opportunity to get it and, in many cases gain confidence and discipline. With the club operating as a non-profit making organisation session fees are very competitive making it a great, low cost way to get fit ! SO WHY SHOULD YOU BOX ? When this sport is properly coached and supervised amateur boxing can be an extremely fulfilling and valuable experience for today's youth. It should be used as a vehicle to instruct sportsmanship, values of conditioning a positive release of frustrations and energy, as well as building self confidence and character. Amateur boxing can also provide an excellent means of conditioning for the school athlete during the off season. It is the ideal sport for youngsters who are not involved in a school sports program or aren't attracted to team sports. Amateur boxing can also give the young athlete the opportunity to satisfy that basic human need of recognition in a positive manner. All too often this need is met through delinquent behaviour.

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Fake Festivals returns to rock Winterton on 25th May 2013 Thanks to the success of the licensee system introduced last year, Fake Festivals is back for 2013. More parts of the UK than ever will get to enjoy live music right on their doorstep, and Winterton is again part of the 2013 tour on Saturday 25th May, with early bird tickets already on sale. Now in its seventh year, the Fake Festivals tour will be calling at Winterton Showground once again, bringing with it performances from some of the best and internationally acclaimed tribute bands in the world, including Jilted Generation (Prodigy), Kazabian and Total Stone Roses. Held inside the huge Fake Festivals marquee and boasting a main stage with a state of the art sound and lighting system, 2103 will see Fake Festivals visiting more places in the UK than ever before. “We’ve been performing for eight years bow and there have been so many great moments over the years from performing in Holland and Belgium, to headlining festivals, to playing all over the UK,” says Eddy, aka Keith Flint from Jilted Generation. “We are the world’s only full live tribute band to The Prodigy, and have been fortunate to even have former Prodigy guitarist, Gizz Butt, perform with us as part of our set.” Winterton Fake Festival’s line-up this year includes Jilted Generation, Kazabian and the Total Stone Roses. With previous tours selling out, people are advised to grab their tickets now at an Early Bird price (available until April 25th) either online at www.fakefestivals.co.uk or from any of the local outlets listed in the box opposite.

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ULTRA 90’S, THE RELICS, AMERIA THE PROJECTS, LADY MONSOON

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