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What’s out there on the local music scene? Here’s an intro to a few local bands currently on the scene. Dirty Sterling Four lads, two guitars, one bass and a set of drums. Formed in October 2012, the band is made up of Mark Donaldson, Jonni McGrath, Ian Swift and David Gammidge. Their Facebook page says that they ‘play Indie riffs with lyrics that hit home’. Ameira Another four piece band that play Alt/ Rock and comprising Luke Colclough, Josh Graham, Gary Butler and James Hughes. Formed in 2011, their Facebook page says that they ‘try to capture a sound that’s nice and heavy but has a strong vocal to keep it easy to listen to’. Ruen Brothers The band is two brothers, Rupert and Henry Stansall. They’ve recorded tunes at the BBC, been played on Radio 1 and 2, 6Music and XFM to name but a few channels. NME said about them ‘…in an impressively homemade video, the 14 | GLANFORD ADVERTISER JULY 2013
brothers match classic black and white visuals with ‘Aces’, a rattling race through all the best parts of the 60s. Sharp, Stones-esque riffs? Check. Deep, swooping vocals that’d make Roy Orbison jealous? Check. Liberal use of the word ‘baby’? Check, check, check. Despite all that, they still manage to make it sound fresh - as if they’ve unearthed an unheard track from that golden era and spruced it up to make it their own…’ Henry told Fortitude, the online entertainment magazine, “We sweated it out, we’ve done some of the roughest gigs. I think growing up in a town like Scunthorpe, you don’t get influenced by any scenes, you just do what you enjoy and don’t worry about the rest. And I think that’s a healthy sort of upbringing.” Here here Henry! We wish all of the above bands the very best of luck. If you are a local band member or want to tell us anything about the bands above (or any other local bands), or even want to promote your own band’s gigs, email us on email@example.com
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The Ropewalk, Barton Britain’s longest listed building Did you know that The Ropewalk is housed in the former ropewalk of Hall’s Barton Ropery, the longest Grade II iisted building in the country? It’s almost a quarter of a mile long and believed to also have the longest single span pantile roof in the country. The Ropewalk now houses, amongst other attractions, artists’ studios, creative business units and a live entertainment venue, Ropery Hall. The Museum The Ropewalk Museum pays tribute to the history of Hall’s Barton Ropery which opened in 1767. Housed in a Grade II listed building which stretches a quarter of a mile along the length of Barton Haven, the museum corridor contains displays, artefacts and other memorabilia associated with the history of the factory and its workforce.
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The Ropewalk Opened in 2000, The Ropewalk quickly achieved regional acclaim with its constantly changing regional and national exhibitions, staged in the four galleries at the southern end of the building. Artist’s Studios On site resident artists include Wendy Chan, whose work explores handmade felting processes incorporating techniques that include screen printing and hand crochet knitting, Janine Knight who specialises in hand-woven gifts, collectables and interior pieces. Visitors to The Ropewalk come from around the globe and it’s on our doorstep so why not pay a visit? The Ropewalk can be found on Maltkiln Road, Barton-Upon-Humber, DN18 5JT. Telephone 01652 660380
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Did an infamous Highwayman visit The Bay Horse Inn in Winteringham? Legend has it that none other than Richard ‘Dick’ Turpin, who in the 1730’s joined a gang of deer thieves, and later became a poacher, burglar, horse thief and murderer, slept at The Bay Horse Inn in Winteringham. Turpin’s career started near London in Epping Forest, but after shooting a criminal associate he decamped to live in Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, but when suspicions were aroused that he was a horse thief and rustler of other farm stock (in those days, a crime punishable by hanging), he moved on again – this time to Brough, and using the alias of John Palmer. It is almost certain that he crossed on the ferry from Brough to Winteringham many times and when the tides or weather were inclement he would have sometimes have to wait at one of Winteringham’s Inns before crossing back to Brough.
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And that’s how the legend started that Dick Turpin stayed at The Bay Horse Inn in Winteringham. As history shows, Turpin came to a sticky end when he was hung,in York, not for being a highywayman, nor a murderer…but for being a horse thief!
Did you know? Around 400 years ago there were no less than six pubs, inns and alehouses in Winteringham – probably called the Ferry Boat (or Ferry House), The Bay Horse, Waterside Inn, the Ship Inn, the Three Horse Shoes and the New Mown Hay. Do you have a local history story? Know more about Dick Turpin’s links with Winteringham? Contact us with any information or articles on email@example.com
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Calling all motoring enthusiasts We’ve teamed up with Veloce Publishing to give one lucky reader a signed copy of Mike Brewer’s latest book ‘The Wheeler Dealer Know How’. Mike is well-known amongst fans of motoring and his Wheeler Dealers show on the Discovery Channel has been running now for 11 years and is watched by millions. This book will tell you everything you need to know about buying, preparing and selling collectable and enthusiasts cars – and it’s signed personally by Mike Brewer!
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A bit about Mike… Mike is an ex car dealer who in his time has sold thousands of vehicles. Born in South London and one of six kids, the family eventually settled in Surrey. Mike got into the motor trade in his late teens and quickly built a reputation for being sharp and honest. He set up and ran the biggest 4 x4 centre in the South of England and imported cars from all around the globe. Mike has his own web site at www.mikebrewer.tv
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In and around Scunthorpe (and beyond…)? Cadwell Park Race Circuit: 21 July, 9am-6pm MG Car Club meeting The MG Car Club features cars across a spectrum of eras from the famous British sports car manufacturer. For further information and to buy tickets call 01507 343248 or visit www.cadwellpark.co.uk
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Model Flying Club. Pilots from around the country will be displaying their amazing creations as well as some extraordinary flying skills. You can expect to see a very wide range of aircraft flying over the weekend from WW1 biplanes to the fighters of today powered by model jet engines. This year they are expecting to have the last remaining airworthy Vulcan, XH558 appearing at the show. Vulcan to the Sky have confirmed that she will be giving a fly by at some point over the weekend. For further information email: wmfc flying @g mail.c o m
Tata Steel, Scunthorpe: Saturday 10 August, 1.30pm A tour of the iron and steel making plant by train. All trips begin at the Frodingham platform and operate over the sites internal railway. Three lengths of tour are available from 7 - 15 miles in length and taking between 1½ - 2½ hours. A stop is made at the Society’s loco shed where other locomotives and restoration projects can be viewed. Booking is advised as these tours are popular. For further information call 01652 657053 or email email@example.com
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Fiat 500C With a stylish canvas roof which folds back this four seater super mini is affordable open top motoring. It can reach 60mph in 12.9 seconds with a top speed of 99mph so it’s no slouch! Prices start at £12,960 for the 1.2 Pop model. Mini One Convertible Compact and with a smart design this car is very much at home on motorways and city roads and with a fully automatic roof and a list price around £16,000 it’s a lot of car for the money. Mazda MX-5 Bet you didn’t know that in North America they are known as the ‘Miata’ and in Japan they’re called the ‘Eunos Roadster’? They’ve been around now since 1989 and it’s the best selling two seat sports convertible in history! The 1.8i petrol soft top now costs around £18,500 new and does 0-60 in around 9.9 seconds with a top speed of 121 mph.
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Winterton Fake Festival
They’ve done it again! I’ve always been a fan of the Fake Festivals, over the last few years I’ve been to a few, including Scunthorpe, Haxey and Winterton. The Total Stone Roses tribute band for me ensured I wasn’t going to be missing this one for the world, everybody seems to be ‘Roses crazy’ at the minute and having bought tickets to their gig in Finsbury Park in London, this was a perfectly fitting warm up for my adventure in ‘The Big Smoke’! The day started out great, get there early, few beers at the festival and some great food with some really good warm-up bands to liven the mood. Plenty of people had the 26 | GLANFORD ADVERTISER JULY 2013
same idea and it made for a great atmosphere, basking in the sunshine. The bar service was great- buy tokens, get your drink- no queues! The food service was great- literally anything you could think of! Once the headline bands appeared (Stone Roses/Kasabian/Prodigy Tributes), the atmosphere was immense, not only did they sound great they also looked the part too and really knew how to get the crowd going. By the end of the night everybody was eating from the palm of their hands. The bands really were quality, which was to be expected as they were all top UK tributes, and it really made for a great night, some of the hardcore fans got a little bit carried away, and seeing grown adults with faces painted to match their kids made me chuckle! One of the best Fake Fests so far, definitely one to remember, if you haven’t been before I would recommend them 100% , great fun for all the family. Nick Whipps, Scunthorpe
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Taurus - (Apr 20 - May 20) The value of partnerships and relationships is a key lesson for Taurus this month. The present planetary positions help you to understand value in the lives of others, as well as their importance in your life. Try to express and embrace the gifts of love around you. These gifts can be material as well as emotional. There would be fiery passion in your belly that can help you reach deep into your heartâ€™s desires. It is okay to take action and be more impulsive during the course of this week. There will be challenges for you at work. Taurus is usually a stable, persistent worker who moves through a task steadily. This month could have you feeling a bit scattered on the work frontier. Take time to write lists and prioritize your time.
Gemini - (May 21 - June 21) Be an emissary of relationships and love this month. Blessing you also will be the major planets in your natal chart. This is your time to shine brightly and honour relationships of all kinds. This month could still prompt you to change friends. Clearing out or distancing yourself from fair weather friends may be necessary to bring in new, healthier personalities. Focus on loving the self through a new wardrobe or hair style. This month accept and give all the love and nurturing you can to those you keep closest in your heart. Energetically you may not be sure which way to go this month.
Cancer - (Jun 22 - July22) Your feelings of love will be strong during the month ahead. Be sure to share and express your love with others and toward yourself. Cancer is a naturally sensitive, emotional sign that tends to bury its feelings. Now is the time to come out of your shell and express what you feel. This period could trigger hidden feelings of love and desired relationships. There is also the possibility of a relationship from the past being rekindled. Put emphasis on money, possessions, and the value of your actions as much as your words.It is high time you do some spring cleaning of your thoughts and actions.
Leo - (July 23 - Aug 22) Get ready to roar into action this month. Your naturally passionate nature will be heightened, as well as your desire to take action rather than sit and watch the world go by. Pace yourself, as the month could have you physically and emotionally running so high you may burn out. In addition, keep your temper and tendency toward self-righteousness in check. The planets will contribute sunny times with friends and relatives that may ease the mounting pressure. Your work load will heighten your emotions for the rest of the month. Leo is normally an extremely loving sign. The energy of this month, though, will have you using more tough love than romantic love. This period could trigger people who have betrayed you in the past re- appearing suddenly.
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Virgo - (Aug 23 - Sep 22) You are entering into a period of hard work both professionally and personally. Any delays, stagnation or resistance will seem to disappear now. The planets will turn around and give you focus, determination and organization to succeed. There are many karmic lessons to learn during the course of this month. The top three areas to work with during this time are patience, priorities and practicality. This is the apt time to complete any unfinished projects or courses of study. Your career and goals are highlighted and energized. Be sure to put all of yourself into your work through the month. Marriage, partnerships and love are on your lists of priorities. You may find it necessary to budget your time between loved ones, social events and work.
Libra - (Sep 23 - Oct 22) Love will be top on your list by the during this month. There would be ample opportunities in finding a career you love, a person to love or aspiring to be more loving in all your relationships. If you are looking for a new relationship or strengthening your current one, then this is the time. During this month travel is highlighted, as well as learning something new about what it means to be a partner to someone. Keep pace with your life as there are many good times to be had. Remember to heal and respect your creative urges that are dormant in you.
Scorpio - (Oct 23 - Nov 21) Relationships are highlighted for you during the first half of the month. This will be a busy period for you re-connecting with friends and loved ones. This period may have you changing your beliefs about love, relationships and marriage. Notice how you show and receive affection and attention. You may find that some of your strongest relationships are the ones that have the most honesty and integrity. Make plans to travel or take extra time to pamper yourself.
Sagittarius - (Nov 22 - Dec 21) Your personal transformation continues during the course of this month. This is a path that is to be adventurous and filled with enlightenment. The planets provide resources of wisdom and understanding that reflect your personal growth and abilities. The planets ensure that this is a period of reaping all that you have sown.Do spend more time in nature and understanding the cycles of life, death and rebirth. Relationships take a new meaning for you this month.
Capricorn - (Dec 22 - Jan 19) Any plans that have been delayed over the past few months will begin to move forward. As the pieces come together you will also experience an energy boost. You would be eager to accomplish and impatient with those around you, especially at work. The first half of the month supports vacations and having fun.
Aquarius - (Jan 20 - Feb 18) Your passions will rise this month. Relationships will feel powerful, intense and may take you over. You could find yourself falling head-over-heels for someone who has all the charm and charisma to light your fire. You might be taking risks by diving into relationships rather getting to know all about someone first. The month adds love to your passionate feelings. Enjoy the contrast in life as it makes for more excitement. The Sun in Gemini will keep you fairly grounded and shine light on issues around the home and family. As the Sun moves on it is time to play and have fun with friends and lovers during rest of the month. Enjoy the people in your life and show them appreciation for their friendship and companionship.
Pisces - (Feb 19 - Mar 20) Pay special attention to your health, diet and energy level this month. The planets will energize you, however be sure to pace yourself. Exercise will definitely be important for you in this time period. Your relationships will become healthier too. Constructive growth and long lasting friendships are made. Juno This period shall support loving family relationships and spending more time at home with loved ones. As the month moves on you may want to take an easy, relaxing vacation or spend quiet time as the summer begins. This month will be filled with strong spiritual experiences and insight.
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Quick Fettucine Carbonara Here’s a quick and easy recipe for dinner, tea or supper!
Serves: 5 Ingredients
• 1 (500g) packet fettuccine pasta • 8 rashers bacon • 6 eggs • 300ml cream • 1 small packet of grated Parmesan cheese Preparation: 10 minutes to prepare; 10 minutes to cook
1. Bring a large pot of water to the boil and boil the pasta till al dente. 2. Dice the bacon and cook in a frying pan over medium high heat till done and crispy. 3. In a bowl, whisk together the eggs, cream and cheese. 4. Once pasta is cooked, drain and place back in the pot along with the bacon and the egg mixture. Stir until well combined over low heat. 5. Serve and enjoy! 34 | GLANFORD ADVERTISER JULY 2013
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Quiz Time Last month we ran some quiz questions. Here are the questions and the answers. How many did you get right? Section A: Brand Mottos – whose mottos are these? Q1: ‘The Power of Dreams’ A: Honda Q2: ‘Connecting People’ A: Nokia Q3: ‘Don’t be evil’ A: Google Q4: ‘Blood and fire’ A: The Salvation Army Q5: ‘Where do you want to go today?’ A: Microsoft Section B: General Knowledge Q1: Which word goes before vest, beans and quartet? A: String Q2: What is another word for lexicon? A: Dictionary Q3: Where would you find the Sea of Tranquility? A: On the Moon Q4: Which country is Prague in? A: Czech Republic Q5: Name the only footballer to have played for Liverpool, Everton, Manchester City and Manchester United. A: Peter Beardsley Section C: Music Q1: Stevie Wonder and Paul Mccartney sang together in which song? A: Ebony and Ivory Q2: Which Spice Girl had the nickname ‘Sporty Spice’? A: Melanie Chisholm Q3: Which war-time singer had a hit with ‘We’ll Meet Again’? A: Vera Lynn Q4: What pop artist received six Grammy Awards in 2012 including Album of the Year A: Adele Q5: In what year did pop icon Michael Jackson die? A: 2009
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Competition Corner Back in June we ran two competitions – one here in Glanford Advertiser – and the other on Facebook. Mrs Susan Seaton won our photo competition and correctly identified the bridge as Horkstow Bridge. On Facebook, we asked people to ‘like’ and ‘share’ our Glanford Advertiser page and the competition was hugely popular!
Mrs Susan Seaton won a £25 Tesco voucher
The winner, selected at random was Rachael Marritt of Ashby and she is now the proud owner of an Acer Inconia tablet computer. Check us out on Facebook and keep your eyes peeled for forthcoming competitions and promotions!
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