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Matthew John Lowton (born 9 June 1989) is an English professional footballer who plays for Burnley. He can play in a number of defensive positions but is a natural right back.

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 08:20, 19 September 2016 (UTC).

We are a learning school that places huge importance on high quality learning and the development of good learning habits that promote “Life-Long Learning” amongst all of our students. We are fully committed to preparing students for their future education and working life by instilling these good habits from their first day with us, to when they leave us to continue their learning journey.

Today many of the chapel pews still bear metal plates showing their the names of their original owners. The oldest, pew No. 1, has a plate for Edward Byrom dated 1732. Other plates bear the surnames Leigh, Kenyon, Green, Lowe, Worsley, Pierpoint, Mather and Tyler, names of some of those who were signatories to the 1731 chapel agreement of 1731, or the 1733 consecration deed.[12]

On 22 June 2015, Burnley secured the signing of Lowton on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee believed to be around £1m plus add-ons[13][14]

It is likely that the parish of Winwick-including Croft, Kenyon, Culcheth, Lowton, Newton, Earlestown, Ashton, Haydock and Wargrave-was formed shortly after the death of Oswald, a Christian prince of Northumbria, who had his palace in this district at the time.[12]

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Born in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, Lowton joined Sheffield United's academy in 2004. He spent time on loan with both non-league Sheffield and Hungarian side Ferencváros before making the break into United's first team in 2010. He played regularly for two seasons before being sold to Aston Villa in 2012. After three seasons and 72 Premier League appearances, he joined Burnley in 2015.

Welcome to Lowton Church of England High School, a small, successful comprehensive school serving young people aged 11-16 in the Lowton, Leigh and Atherton communities. As a Church school everything we do is based on Christian values and is summed up in our mission statement, caring, learning and succeeding.

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In 1635 the Puritan clergyman, Richard Mather, and his family left for New England as a result of religious intolerance.

The former Lowton railway station was used as a resting point for the royal train.[4] Lowton had a second station – Lowton St Mary's – which closed in 1964.

Back in the Championship, Lowton found himself on the fringes of the first team and duly made his Blades début in a 1–1 draw with Cardiff City at the end of March 2010,[3] coming on as a late substitute, before making his full début for the club in the final game of the season.

Here at Toby Carvery Lowton, we believe there's only one way to do our beloved British roast – and that's properly. Every spud is checked by hand and ruffled for extra crunch. All of our meat is slow-cooked and basted to succulent perfection. And our Yorkshires are freshly made in our kitchens and served crisp, fluffy and piping-hot to your plate. That's what makes us the home of the roast.

Although the Deed of Consecration allowed for all the regular church services and sacraments, the chapel was not yet a Parish Church and thus no burials were permitted. The parish registers were to be forwarded every year to Winwick, and no service could be held in the chapel when the Holy Sacrament was publicly administered at Winwick parish church.[12]

Between 1894 and 1974, Lowton was part of the Golborne Urban District, in the administrative county of Lancashire. In 1974 as part of the local government reorganisation enacted in the Local Government Act 1972 it became part of Greater Manchester with the boundary at Newton-le-Willows marking the edge of the new county of Merseyside.

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Lowton comes under the constituency of Leigh and is represented in parliament by the Labour MP Andy Burnham. At the last local elections the ware of Lowton East was won by Conservative Kath Houlton with a majority of 649.[7]

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The churches in Lowton organise some joint activities including ecumenical services. Their charity work has included the Lowton Churches Romania Appeal, formed after the collapse of the Communist regime in Romania in 1990. It supported an orphanage in Lugoj but its remit has since expanded to include several projects in the country.

Drop by and you'll find lots more on offer, including cooked breakfasts, tasty specials and even comfy accommodation.

Lowton is the location for Golborne Sports and Social Club which participates in local football, hockey, bowls and cricket leagues. Other nearby sports teams include Golborne Parkside RLFC, Leigh RUFC and Leigh United FC.

With the Blades now in League One, Lowton remained a key player and was rewarded with an extended contract in August 2011,[7] making 55 appearances in total for the Blades during the following season and scoring one goal.[8]

Lowton completed a move to Aston Villa in July 2012 for an undisclosed fee, believed to be £3 million, becoming Paul Lambert's second signing as Villa manager,[9] and made his debut on 18 August 2012, in the Premier League against West Ham United.[10] On 15 September, Lowton scored his first league goal for Villa in a 2–0 home win against Swansea City.[11] On 19 July 2013, Lowton signed a new four-year deal to keep him at Aston Villa until Summer 2017.[12]

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In 1830 Parkside, Newton-le-Willows, near Lowton, was the site of the world's first fatal passenger train crash, when Liverpool MP William Huskisson was killed after being hit by George Stephenson's Rocket locomotive during the opening of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway.[3]

I would like to welcome you to our new style newsletter.  As we draw to the end of another very busy year it has been good to look back at some of the amazing achievements of both our students and staff.  As I spoke to the students at the start of the year I focussed...

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Finally, we are a school that supports our students in succeeding, both academically and in ways which reflect their own unique talents and abilities.

Lowton is a suburban village within the Metropolitan Borough of Wigan, in Greater Manchester, England. It is around 2 miles (3.2 km) from Leigh, 7 miles (11 km) south of Wigan and 11.0 miles (17.7 km) west of Manchester city centre. The settlement lies across the A580 East Lancashire Road.

Lowton had a toffee factory,[5] along with other sites of heavy industry. Many of these factories have now closed and have been replaced with light industry.

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Delighted Lowton of England Church of England High School report yet another rise in GCSE results. 64% of students have received at least 5 GCSEs at grades A* -C, including English and mathematics. “This is a 10% increase in 2015’s results,” said...

Lowton's Sandy Lane is reputedly haunted by the ghost of Joshua Rigby, a local farmer who died in 1883.[6]

A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 4. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1911.

The Hare and Hounds public house, built in the 17th century, was once used as a place to hold trials of local criminals, including murders.[citation needed]