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Kingswood College at Scarisbrick Hall   ---   An independent and preparatory school within Scarisbrick Hall, Southport Road, Scarisbrick, Lancashire, founded in Sep 1998 by the merger of two distinguished schools: Kingswood School, Southport, and Scarisbrick Hall School, Scarisbrick. The College will close for good in the summer of 2007 and Scarisbrick Hall (and the land on which it stands) will be sold by its present owners, Gems (Global Education Management Systems) – per a news article on the TimesOnline.co.uk website, 11 Jan 2007.

 

Scarisbrick   ---   A village in Lancashire, between Southport and Ormskirk.

 

The Scarisbrick Arms   ---   A Public House at 2 Black-A-Moor Lane, Downholland, Ormskirk, Lancashire. (Sadly, this pub closed in July 2007 and is now boarded up).

 

The Scarisbrick Arms   ---   A Public House on Duke Street, St. Helens, Merseyside.

 

The Scarisbrick Arms   ---   A Public House on Wood Lane, Wrightington, Wigan, Greater Manchester.

 

The Scarisbrick Arms Hotel   ---   A hotel that used to be on Lord Street, Southport, Lancashire. The present Scarisbrick Hotel was erected on its site, in 1881.

 

The Scarisbrick Arms Inn   ---   An inn listed in the Wrightington and Appley Bridge section of The Wigan Directory, 1869. Per the WiganWorld.co.uk website.

 

Scarisbrick Avenue   ---   A road in Ashton-in-Makerfield, Greater Manchester, WN4.

 

Scarisbrick Avenue   ---   A road in Liverpool, Merseyside, L21.

 

Scarisbrick Avenue   ---   A road in Manchester, M20.

 

Scarisbrick Avenue   ---   A road in Southport, Merseyside, PR8.

 

Scarisbrick Avenue   ---   A road in Wigan, Greater Manchester, WN8.

 

Scarisbrick Bridge   ---   Bridge No. 27A on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal (Main Line – Liverpool to Wigan); between Burscough Bridge (3.67 miles to the east) and Maghull (7.31 miles to the south). Per the Canalplan AC Gazetteer on the mihalis.net website.

 

Scarisbrick Campsite & Training Centre   ---   An outdoor adventure centre for the Merseyside and Sefton area, situated near Southport. The centre is jointly owned and cared for by Girlguiding Merseyside and Girlguiding Sefton. Website: www.ScarisbrickCampsite.freeservers.com  Email: ScarisbrickCampsite (at) yahoo.co.uk

 

The Scarisbrick (or Eccleston) Chapel   ---   One of two chapels build onto Ormskirk Church, to the east of the south aisle. Over the chapel is The Scarisbrick Gallery, which contains a mural marble monument to the memory of Robert Scarisbrick, Esq., erected by his widow, Anna Scarisbrick. The chapel is now covered with seats and on the floor of one of the pews, over the vault, is the figure of a knight, cut in brass, attired in armour, with the Scarisbrick ensigns.

 

Scarisbrick Close   ---   A road in Liverpool, Merseyside, L31.

 

Scarisbrick County Primary School   ---   A school on Pinfold Lane, Scarisbrick, Lancashire.

 

Scarisbrick Crescent   ---   A road in Norris Green, Liverpool, Merseyside, L11.

 

Scarisbrick Drive   ---   A road in Norris Green, Liverpool, Merseyside, L11.

 

The Scarisbrick Estate   ---   The estate of  the Scarisbrick family from 1238 to 1946. Mentioned in the 1877, 1904, and 1924 Acts of Parliament of the United Kingdom, per the Chronological Table of the Private and Personal Acts (1539-2000), on Her Majesty’s Stationery Office website (HMSO.gov.uk).

 

The Scarisbrick Gallery   ---   The gallery over the Scarisbrick Chapel, in Ormskirk Church, Ormskirk, Lancashire. There is a mural marble monument in the south-west corner of the gallery, to the memory of Robert Scarisbrick, Esq., erected by his widow, Mrs. Anna Scarisbrick. In the south wall of the gallery there is also a mural panel bearing the Scarisbrick family crest.

 

Scarisbrick Hall   ---   A one hundred and fifty room mansion in Scarisbrick, Lancashire, said to have been the residence of the Scarisbrick family for upwards of seven centuries. The style of the present building is Elizabethan Gothic, having been partially rebuilt in the mid 1800s, by Charles Scarisbrick, and his sister, Lady Anne Scarisbrick, from designs by Augustus Welby Pugin. The style of the architecture bears a strong resemblance to the Houses of Parliament, but more elaborately ornamented, many of the figures being knights in armour which, with the handsome 100-foot clock tower, give to the mansion a most magnificent coup-d’-ćil.  The south, north, and west fronts were erected by Charles Scarisbrick, but the east wing and clock tower were erected, and many of the internal improvements completed, by Lady Scarisbrick, who also built the chapel, on the east side, which is a beautiful structure. The hall was sold by the Scarisbrick family in 1946, and became St. Katherine’s College for women teachers. It was sold again, in 1963, to Charles Oxley, to become an independent school, and it is now Kingswood College. Rob Davie is writing an architectural history book on the hall, per a message he has posted on the Scarisbrick Family Center website. Click here to see a more detailed history of the Hall and some recent photographs. Scarisbrick Hall (and the land on which it stands) is to be sold by its present owners, Gems (Global Education Management Systems), in the summer of 2007 when Kingswood College will close for good – per a news article on the TimesOnline.co.uk website, 11 Jan 2007.

 

Scarisbrick Hall School   ---   A school in Scarisbrick Hall, Scarisbrick, Lancashire, between 1964 and 1998. It opened in 1964, initially as a boys’ day and boarding school, and latterly as a coeducational day school for children, aged 3-18 years. It was acquired by Nord Anglia Education in 1998, and was merged with another distinguished school, Kingwood School, Southport, to become Kingswood College at Scarisbrick Hall.

 

The Scarisbrick Hotel   ---   An AA and RAC 3-star rated hotel at 239 Lord Street, Southport, Merseyside. Email: ScarisbrickHotel (at) talk21.com  Website: www.scarisbrickhotel.co.uk  It was built in 1881, on the site of the old Scarisbrick Arms Hotel, and now has 90 bedrooms (75 en-suite), 5 bars, a banqueting suite, a restaurant and 2 self-contained conference rooms. Per their own website.

 

Scarisbrick House   ---   A building at 23 Fern Street, Farnworth, Bolton, Greater Manchester.

 

Scarisbrick House   ---   A building on Brunel Way, Segensworth East Industrial Estate, Fareham, Hampshire.

 

Scarisbrick House   ---   A building in Walton-on-the-Hill, Lancashire. Per the Street Index to the 1841 Census of Liverpool, on the Liverpool-Genealogy.org.uk website.

 

Scarisbrick House   ---   A building on The Common, Parbold, Wigan, Greater Manchester.

 

Scarisbrick Manor   ---   A building at 64 Scarisbrick New Road, Southport, Merseyside, PR8 6NZ.

 

Scarisbrick New Road   ---   A road in Ashton-in-Makerfield, Wigan, Greater Manchester, WN4.

 

Scarisbrick New Road   ---   A road in Aspull, Wigan, Greater Manchester, WN2.

 

Scarisbrick New Road   ---   A road in Bolton, Greater Manchester, BL1.

 

Scarisbrick New Road   ---   A road in Oldham, Greater Manchester, OL9.

 

Scarisbrick New Road   ---   A road in Ramsbottom, Bury, Greater Manchester, BL10.

 

Scarisbrick New Road   ---   A road in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, OL16.

 

Scarisbrick New Road   ---   A road in Southport, Merseyside, PR8.

 

Scarisbrick New Road   ---   A road in Whitworth, Rochdale, Greater Manchester, OL12.

 

Scarisbrick New Road Baptist Church   ---   A Baptist church on Scarisbrick New Road, Southport, Merseyside.

 

Scarisbrick Nurseries   ---   Premises on Jacksmere Lane, Scarisbrick, Lancashire.

 

Scarisbrick Park   ---   A road in Scarisbrick, Lancashire, L40.

 

Scarisbrick Park Conservation Area   ---   An extensive private estate, in Scarisbrick, Lancashire, protected by a preservation order. The estate includes Scarisbrick Hall, a wide expanse of woodland and pasture, gardens, a lake, and a stream. Its history and current condition is being researched by Duncan Slater who works for West Lancashire District Council, which covers Scarisbrick Parish. If anyone has any useful historic information on the trees and woodland they can contact Mr. Slater at: Duncan.Slater (at) westlancsdc.gov.uk  His final report from this study should be available to read on Lancashire Council’s website from early 2006 and one of the goals of the report is to restore the parkland to its former beautiful landscape.

 

Scarisbrick Pinfold Pre-School   ---   A pre-school c/o Scarisbrick C.P. School, at Scarisbrick Village Hall, Smithy Lane, Scarisbrick, Lancashire.

 

Scarisbrick Place   ---   A road in Norris Green, Liverpool, Merseyside, L11.

 

Scarisbrick Road   ---   A road in Burnage/Levenshulme, Manchester, M19.

 

Scarisbrick Road   ---   A road in Norris Green, Liverpool, Merseyside, L11.

 

Scarisbrick Road   ---   A road in Rainford, St. Helens, Merseyside, WA11.

 

Scarisbrick Road   ---   A road in Southport, Merseyside, PR8.

 

Scarisbrick Street   ---   A road in Oldham, Greater Manchester, OL9.

 

Scarisbrick Street   ---   A road in Ormskirk, Lancashire, L39.

 

Scarisbrick Street   ---   A road in Southport, Merseyside, PR9.

 

Scarisbrick Street   ---   A road in Wigan, Greater Manchester, WN1.

 

Scarisbrick Street Chapel   ---   A Baptist chapel on Scarisbrick Street, Wigan, Greater Manchester.

 

The Scarisbrick Vault   ---   A vault at the north-east corner of the Scarisbrick Chapel, in Ormskirk Church, Ormskirk, Lancashire.

 

Scarisbrick Village Hall   ---   A hall on Smithy Lane, Scarisbrick, Lancashire.

 

Scarisbrick Walk   ---   A road in Southport, Merseyside.

 

 

 

Businesses

 

 

Croppers Prepacks (Scarisbrick) Ltd.   ---   A company which went into receivership, on 29 Sep 1998. Per the list of Administrative Receiverships in the UK, 01 Jan to 31 Dec 1998, on the Insolvency.co.uk website.

 

Gillian E. Scarisbrick (Optometrist)   ---   Dispensing Opticians at 266 Uttoxeter Road, Blythe Bridge, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire.

 

Gorsuch Scarisbrick (Publishers)   ---   A reference book publishing company, originally based in Dubuque, Iowa, but moved later to Scottsdale, Arizona.

 

Henry R. Scarisbrick (Builders) Ltd.   ---   Building company, at 69 Lincoln Road, Parkstone, Bournemouth, Dorset.

 

Hiltons of Scarisbrick   ---   Painters and decorators at 38 Bescar Brow Lane, Scarisbrick, Lancashire.

 

J. Scarisbrick Walker & Brothers.   ---   A company founded about 1870, based at the Pagefield Ironworks, Wigan, Lancashire. The name of the company changed to Walker Brothers (Wigan) Ltd. about 1880. It produced some twenty steam engines until about 1888; diesel passenger railcars being manufactured at a later date.

 

K. &  J. Scarisbrick (News & Booze)   ---   An off-licence and newsagent shop at 319 Gidlow Lane, Springfield, Wigan, Greater Manchester.

 

Ormsby of Scarisbrick Ltd.   ---   Church woodwork manufacturers, vestment makers, and complete church furnishers at the Woodland Works, 542 Southport Road, Scarisbrick, Lancashire.

 

P. Scarisbrick   ---   An arable and livestock farm at Addington Farm, Nether Kellet, Carnforth, Lancashire.

 

Pinfold Car & Van Hire (Scarisbrick)   ---   A car and van hire company at 4 Smithy Lane, Scarisbrick, Lancashire.

 

Rural Amenities (Scarisbrick) Ltd.   ---   Real Estate Agents and Managers at Commercial Chambers, 34 Derby Street, Ormskirk, Lancashire.

 

Scarisbrick Agricultural Supplies   ---   Agricultural chemicals and nutriants merchants at 3 Clyffes Farm Close, Scarisbrick, Lancashire.

 

Scarisbrick & Bate Ltd.   ---   A company specialising in traditional period design and decoration, at 111 Mount Street, London, England, or Gable House, 239 Regents Park Road, Finchley, London (Registered No.: 006186618 - Incorporation date: 9 Jan 1959 – now dissolved). Per Company Details on the UKData.com website.

 

Scarisbrick Auto Bodies   ---   Car body repairers at 137 Roe Lane, Southport, Merseyside.

 

Scarisbrick Bowling Club Ltd.   ---   A bowling club at The Pavilion, 1a Falkland Road, Southport, Merseyside (Registered No.: 00270145 - Incorporation date: 11 Nov 1932). Per Company Details on the UKData.com website.

 

Scarisbrick Business Centre Ltd.   ---   A company at 71-73 Hoghton Street, Southport, Merseyside (Registered No.: 04770453 - Incorporation date: 19 May 2003). Per Company Details on the UKData.com website.

 

Scarisbrick Construction Ltd.   ---   Residential Building Contractors on Hulmes Bridge Business Centre, North Moor Lane, Halsall, Ormskirk, Lancashire.

 

Scarisbrick Enterprises   ---   An e-shop on ebay.co.uk, selling and repairing mobile phones. Email: ebayenquiry (at) scarisbrickenterprises.com or online-admin (at) scarisbrickenterprises.com  Website: www.scarisbrickenterprises.com (currently offline). Website maintained by Barry Scarisbrick.

 

Scarisbrick Enterprises Ltd.   ---   Property Developers at Gordon House, 3-5 Leicester Street, Southport, Merseyside, or c/o Topping & Company, 209 Liverpool Road, Birkdale, Southport (Registered No.: 01250748 - Incorporation date: 23 Mar 1976). Per Company Details on the UKData.com website.

 

Scarisbrick Estates Ltd.   ---   A company at 292 Aigburth Road, Liverpool, Merseyside (Registered No.: 04707197 - Incorporation date: 21 Mar 2003). Per Company Details on the UKData.com website.

 

Scarisbrick Group Plc   ---   An OFEX-listed management service company for a group operating as hoteliers, owning and managing The Scarisbrick Hotel, Lord Street, Southport, and a string of Maloney’s bars in the north-west of England. The company’s address is Silkhouse Court, Tithebarn Street, Liverpool, Merseyside, or 11 St. Georges Place, Lord Street, Southport (Registered No.: 02354360 - Incorporation date: 2 Mar 1989). Per Company Details on the UKData.com website.

 

Scarisbrick Hotel Ltd.   ---   A company at 11 St. Georges Place, Lord Street, Southport, Merseyside (Registered No.: 01034392 - Incorporation date: 10 Dec 1971). Per Company Details on the UKData.com website.

 

Scarisbrick Inc.   ---   A company at 617 Speedwell Avenue, Morris Plains, New Jersey 07950. Per the YellowPages.superpages.com website.

 

Scarisbrick Interior Inc.   ---   A company at 1878 43rd Avenue, ong Island City, New York 11101. Per the YellowPages.superpages.com website.

 

Scarisbrick Laboratories Inc.   ---   A dental laboratory at 1212 North Cole Road, Boise, Idaho. Per the gy.com website. Owned by Ned Winfield Scarisbrick?

 

Scarisbrick Management Ltd.   ---   A company at 46 Massams Lane, Formby, Merseyside (Registered No.: 04039207 - Incorporation date: 24 Jul 2000 – now dissolved). Per Company Details on the UKData.com website.

 

Scarisbrick National Services Club   ---   A social club on Bullens Lane, Scarisbrick, Lancashire. Per the commercial directory on the TouchLiverpool.com website.

 

Scarisbrick New Road Management Company Ltd.   ---   Apartment building operators, owning and dealing in real estate, at “Riversend”, 12 The Street, Dilham, North Walsham, Norfolk (Registered No.: 02609583 - Incorporation date: 10 May 1991 – now dissolved). Per Company Details on the UKData.com website.

 

Scarisbrick Newsagents   ---   Newsagent shop, at 11 Scarisbrick Avenue, Southport, Merseyside.

 

Scarisbrick Nurseries Plant Centre Ltd.   ---   A company at 4 Blundell Drive, Birkdale, Southport, Merseyside (Registered No.: 05025971 - Incorporation date: 26 Jan 2004). Per Company Details on the UKData.com website.

 

Scarisbrick Recycling  Ltd.   ---   A company at 24 Upper Dicconson Street, Wigan, Greater Manchester (Registered No.: 04396832 - Incorporation date: 18 Mar 2002). Per Company Details on the UKData.com website.

 

Scarisbrick’s Circulating Library   ---    A circulating library, based in Birkenhead, Merseyside. Per The Library History Database on the r-alston.dircon.co.uk website.

 

Scarisbrick Steam Trawlers Ltd.   ---   A company owning three steam trawlers working out of Fleetwood, Lancashire. Per the Fleetwood-Trawlers.connectfree.co.uk website.

 

Scarisbrick Systems Engineering Ltd.   ---   A company at 113 Station Road, Hampton, Middlesex (Registered No.: 05531403 - Incorporation date: 9 Aug 2005). Per Company Details on the UKData.com website.

 

T. E. Scarisbrick   ---   Car repairers and servicers on Heatons Bridge Road, Scarisbrick, Lancashire.

 

Scarisbrick W.I.   ---   The Women’s Institute in Scarisbrick, Lancashire. They held and evening at Alston Hall, Longridge, on 20 Sep 2006.

 

 

 

Websites

 

 

www.AScarisbrick.com   ---   A website which contained a single, untitled, photograph, inviting questions or comments (the photograph has now been deleted). Email: webmaster (at) ascarisbrick.com  Arabella Scarisbrick’s personal website?

 

scarisbrick.org    ---   Aaron M. Scarisbrick’s personal website.

 

www.scarisbrickcampsite.com   ---   The website for the Scarisbrick Campsite & Outdoor Centre.

 

www.scarisbrickenterprises.com    ---   The website for Scarisbrick Enterprises, an e-shop on ebay.co.uk, selling and repairing mobile phones (currently offline). Webmaster: Barry Scarisbrick.

 

scarisbrickfamily.homestead.com    ---   The website of the Scarisbrick Family Center, dedicated to the Scarisbrick family. Webmaster: Ken Scarisbrick.

 

www.scarisbrickhotel.co.uk    ---   The commercial website for The Scarisbrick Hotel, Lord Street, Southport, Merseyside.

 

scarisbrick.name    ---   This website. Webmaster: Rob Scarisbrick.

 

www.scarisbrick.org.uk    ---   The official website for the village of Scarisbrick, West Lancashire, which was set up for the benefit of the Scarisbrick community.

 

www.scarisbrickonline.co.uk    ---   Barry Scarisbrick’s personal website (currently unavailable).

 

www.scarisbricksociety.co.uk    ---   The website of The Scarisbrick Society, a group of golfers.

 

www.scaz.tk    ---   Vicki Scarisbrick’s personal website (not currently available).

 

 

 

Other

 

 

Andrew Scarisbrick   ---   A character in “Excerpts from the Diary of Miss Victoria Whitnell” from the play, “Welcome to the Age of Steam.” Per the sanfigleaf.com website.

 

Baron Hastings of Scarisbrick   ---   See: Lord Hastings of Scarisbrick

 

Baron Scarisbrick (Dr. Pilkington)   ---   A character in “Excerpts from the Diary of Miss Victoria Whitnell” from the play, “Welcome to the Age of Steam.” Per the sanfigleaf.com website.

 

Baroness Scarisbrick (Caroline)   ---   A character in “Excerpts from the Diary of Miss Victoria Whitnell” from the play, “Welcome to the Age of Steam.” Per the sanfigleaf.com website.

 

Скэрзбрик   ---   Scarisbrick in Russian!

 

“Edward Scarisbrick 1639-1709: a Royal Preacher”   ---   The title of a biographical study by G. Holt – 1996

 

“A History of Scarisbrick”   ---   A book about the village of Scarisbrick, Lancashire, by Mona Duggan. Fully illustrated with over 60 photographs.

 

Lauren Emily Scarisbrick   ---   A star (106273), named in memorium, on The Millenium Chronicle database, date of occasion: 11 Feb 2001.

 

Lord Hastings of Scarisbrick   ---   Michael John Hastings, C.B.E. A new crossbencher in the House of Lords, London. On 6 Dec 2005 he was created Lord Hastings of Scarisbrick, of Scarisbrick in the County of Lancashire, as a life barony. In Apr 2006 he was appointed as global head of corporate social responsibility at K.P.M.G. International. He was head of corporate social responsibility at the B.B.C. from 2003 to 2006, where he led a range of corporate and business responsibility programs. He spent 12 years at the national broadcaster before serving as the B.B.C.’s head of public affairs between 1996 and 2003. He was a former commisioner at the Commision for Racial Equality. Per the Publications.Parliament.uk website, the “Yesterday in Parliament” page of the Politics.Guardian.co.uk website, 7 Dec 2005, and the Accountancy Age pages of the FinancialDirector.co.uk website, 25 Apr 2006.

 

Lord Scarisbrick   ---   A character in the Troll Lord game, “Tales of Erde” (‘The Goodly Lord Scarisbrick, a knight of some renown and wealth, who serves King Baldwin III of Aachen, 1089’).

 

“Mrs. Scarisbrick”   ---   One of two lithograph portraits of her by Richard James Lane on 22 Jan 1838, which are now in the collection of the U.K.’s National Portrait Gallery (Ref. NPG D21821 and NPG D22184). Per the NPG.org.uk website.

 

Mrs. Scarisbrick   ---   A TV character in a couple of episodes of “Z Cars” in 1971, played by Maggie Hanley. Per the IMDb.com website.

 

Paolo Scarisbrick   ---   A character in “Excerpts from the Diary of Miss Victoria Whitnell” from the play, “Welcome to the Age of Steam.” Per the sanfigleaf.com website.

 

Pye & Gallagher’s “Scarisbrick Sasparilla”   ---   A Golden Retriever bitch. Finished 2nd in the Special Yearling Bitch class, Reserve in the Novice Bitch class, and 3rd in the Undergraduate Bitch class, at the Gundogs Breeds Association of Scotland show, 11 Nov 2000.

 

Pye’s “Gunmarsh Casper of Scarisbrick”   ---   A Golden Retriever puppy dog. Finished 4th in the Puppy Dog class, 3rd in the Maiden Dog class, and 4th in the Novice Dog class, at the North West Golden Retriever Club Open Show, 16 Apr 2000. Finished 4th in the Puppy class, and 5th in the Maiden class, at the Yorkshire Golden Retriever Club Open Show.

 

Pye’s “Scarisbrick Shamrock”   ---   A Golden Retriever dog. Finished 2nd in the Junior Dog class, and 2nd in the Novice Dog class at the North West Golden Retriever Club Open Show, 16 Apr 2000. Finished 4th in the Junior class at the Yorkshire Golden Retriever Club Open Show.

 

Ron Scarisbrick   ---   A TV character in a couple of episodes of “Z Cars” in 1971, played by Trevor Jones. Per the IMDb.com website.

 

“Scarisbrick”   ---   A shire horse owned by Bell Brothers. Finished second in the Shire Stallions (4yrs and over) category of the State Fair. Per an article in the “Sandusky Register” newspaper (Sandusky, Ohio), 8 Sep 1894.

 

Scarisbrick & Proud   ---   An open “Common Interest” group created on the Facebook website by Dave Scarisbrick. URL of the group: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=4245735833&ref=mf

 

Scarisbrick Boys’ Brigade   ---   Run by Mr. J. R. Halcroft, who lives in Scarisbrick, Lancashire.

 

The Scarisbrick Deeds   ---   Ancient Charters that related to transfers of land, and were preserved at Scarisbrick Hall, Scarisbrick, Lancashire. The deeds range over several centuries. Per the Aspinwall web pages on the Rootsweb.com website.

 

The Scarisbrick Family Center   ---   The name of the website dedicated to the Scarisbrick family. URL of website: scarisbrickfamily.homestead.com  Webmaster: Ken Scarisbrick.

 

The Scarisbrick Guestbook   ---   The guestbook of this website (please sign it here).

 

The Scarisbrick Hall Bed   ---   A Gothic Revival brass bed attributed to the English architect and designer W.E. Pugin, and manufactured by John Hardman and Co., Birmingham, England, abt. 1865. The bed began life at Scarisbrick Hall, Lancashire, but was recently owned by the the singer, Cher, who used it in her Malibu villa overlooking the Pacific ocean. The bed was sold for $84,000 by Sotherby’s Los Angeles during a two-day auction of some of Cher’s household effects (paintings, furniture, jewellery, costumes, and her black Bentley) which was held at the Beverly Hills Hilton hotel on 3 & 4 Oct 2006. Per the Artnet.com website, 10 Oct 2006.

 

Scarisbrick Hotel   ---   A football team made up of members of staff from The Scarisbrick Hotel, Lord Street, Southport, Merseyside.

 

The Scarisbrick Jug   ---   A golfing trophy played for by golfers in the UK. Per the ScarisbrickSociety.co.uk website.

 

The Scarisbrick Muniments   ---   Documents held at the Lancashire Record Office which include references to the Lathom Family of Lathom, Lancashire, from abt. 1175-1370. Per a message posted on the soc.genealogy.medieval newsgroup, 21 Jan 2005.

 

Scarisbrick N.S.C.   ---   Amateur snooker club, based in Bullens Lane, Scarisbrick, Lancashire. It has five teams (A-E) which compete in the Ormskirk & District Amateur Snooker League. Also a bowls team, playing in Division 1 of the Aughton & District Men’s Senior Citizens’ Bowling League, 2003.

 

Scarisbrick’s Newsletter   ---   A quarterly newsletter, sponsored by a grant from the Community Champions Fund, that informs the residents of Scarisbrick, West Lancashire, about what is happening in the village. You can view the first edition (Summer 2006) here.

 

Scarisbrick – on the Internet   ---   The name of this website. Webmaster: Rob Scarisbrick.

 

The Scarisbrick Settlement   ---   Mentioned in the 1918 Act of Parliament of the United Kingdom, per the Chronological Table of the Private and Personal Acts (1539-2000), on Her Majesty’s Stationery Office website (HMSO.gov.uk).

 

The Scarisbrick Society   ---   A group of golfers with their own website: www.scarisbrickSociety.co.uk

 

The Scarisbrick Unit   ---   The psychiatric in-patient unit of Ormskirk and District General Hospital, Wigan Road, Ormskirk, Lancashire. Per the UK Federation of Smaller Mental Health Agencies section of the OnTheSide.org website.

 

The Scarisbrick Walk Past   ---   An annual event, usually on a Sunday in July, which includes a tour around Scarisbrick Hall. Tours commence at 10.30am, 12noon, 2.00pm, and 3.00pm.

 

 

 

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