Whalley & Around Through TimeCode:
Roger Frost and Ian Thompson 96pp, A5. Whalley is sheltered by the wooded hillside of Whalley Nab on the banks of the beautiful River Calder. At the heart of the Ribble Valley, it is one of Britain’s most attractive and fascinationg areas. Immersed in history, Whalley village emerged as early as the 600s. Whalley & Around Through Time takes us on a full colour visual tour of the area, and shows, with old and new photographs and postcards, just how much has changed. The photographs are complete with desciptions some of which include: Whalley Churchyard, Whalley Arms, Whalley Grammar School, The Village Centre, Whalley Nab Calderstones, Sawley Village, The Parish Church at Altham, Simonstone School Church, The Shireburne Chapel, over 170 pictures, etc.