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County Borough of Rochdale official guide. by Rochdale. Council.

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Published by Pyramid Press in [London?] .
Written in English

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Spine title: Rochdale official guide.

Other titlesOfficial guide to the County Borough of Rochdale.
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Open LibraryOL14312422M

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The shield represents a new Rochdale authority consisting of six Lancashire areas: the rest represents local industries through emblems derived from the Rochdale arms; the supporters represent other areas; and the badge is a continuation of the theme of the arms. County borough. Official blazon. which takes much time and money (books. Rochdale Borough Council providing information on the borough for locals, tourists and the business community in Rochdale, Heywood, Middleton and Littleborough. Rochdale was an ecclesiastical parish of early-medieval origin in northern England, administered from the Church of St Chad, Rochdale. At its zenith, it occup acres ( km 2) of land amongst the South Pennines, and straddled the historic county boundary between Lancashire Status: Ecclesiastical parish. Find out about Rochdale borough's right of way network, including what it's used for, how long it is and how you can view the map. Rights of way in the borough ; Unitary Development Plan - proposals map. To see what land use policies and proposals apply to specific areas view the Proposals Map. You can select any area of the Plan by clicking on.

  A County Borough of Rochdale coat of arms on preserved former Rochdale Corporation Transport HDK , an A.E.C. Regent III E built with an East Lancashire H33/26R body. Saturday 28th September Ref no IMG_Views: K. Policies and strategies - the way services are run and developed and decisions made are guided by a number of policy documents and strategies. Rochdale, town and metropolitan borough in the northeastern part of the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester, historic county of Lancashire, northeastern England. The borough is cradled on two sides by the Pennines uplands and also includes the towns of Heywood, Middleton, and Littleborough, several villages, and areas of open countryside. The coat of arms of the former Municipal, and later County Borough of Rochdale council, granted 20 February The arms incorporate references to Rochdale's early industries and lords.[15] Lying within the historic county boundaries of Lancashire since the early 12th century, Rochdale was recorded in as held by Gamel, one of the twenty Born: 16 November , Rochdale, Lancashire.

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