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The nearest airport, Manchester, is 50 minutes' driving time from the town.[43] The most convenient route by public transport – via Blackburn, then by train – takes approx. 2¼ hours.[44]

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A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 6. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1911.

Jodie said: “The water was up to my knees , I have never seen anything like it but luckily we managed to salvage a lot of items.

Councillors for Padiham on Burnley Borough Council are elected to the Gawthorpe Ward, which covers most of Padiham but not Gawthorpe Hall,[11] with the southern and eastern areas covered by the Hapton with Park Ward.[12] Burnley Borough Council now addresses public correspondence to both the people of Burnley and Padiham. Padiham is part of Lancashire County Council and the Parliamentary Constituency is Burnley currently represented by Julie Cooper for the Labour Party.

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Water poured into the town hall, shops and businesses and the fire station was also flooded. Then hundreds of homes were hit by a power cut at noon.

Operating from old mill premises on Ribble Street, Padiham Glass was established in 1980, supplying glass and joinery products to the trade and offering domestic glazing and board-up services.

9.30am Holy Communion with Cornerstone Club at St. Leonard's.

Gardens were washed away in Printers Fold when Green Brook, that runs through it, rose and a retaining wall collapsed.

Worst hit was Padiham town centre where the water was three feet deep after the River Calder burst its banks overnight on Christmas Day.

We treat all customers equally so whether you are a 'one-man-band' visiting our Burnley Trade Counter or represent a large architectural firm sourcing glazing products for commercial developments you can trust Padiham Glass Ltd to offer the glass product and service that is right for you. If you're not sure which division you need to speak to, simply contact our Reception team who will be happy to help point you in the right direction.

Residents used sandbags to protect their hiomes,moving items of furniture and other items upstairs to safety.

Resident Mrs Ceri Carmichael said: “The wall has gone completely and everything that fell into the brook is now clogging it up.

“We put out an appeal on facebook for people to come and help and once they saw how bad it was they came.’’

3: Extract from OS 1-25,000 scale maps SD73 (west section pub 1955) and SD83 (east section published 1954) showing historical locations around Padiham. Grid lines are 1 km.

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Padiham, the picturesque town on the edge of the Ribble Valley is soon becoming the creative hub of Lancashire, with shops being taken over by small businesses run by creative and talented people, celebrating the rich history of independent trading..

Padiham Glass offers a comprehensive range of products conforming to the current European Standards, using the latest in manufacturing technology for Toughening, Heatsoaking, Painted Coatings and Insulated Glass Unit manufacture.

Within the manufacturing plant we have constant visual inspections conducted by all operators, where no record is kept. In addition to the above we have a comprehensive series of inspections conducted.

One of the businesses worst hit was Vanilla hair salon in Burnley Road. Owner Victoria Holland turned up at the premises in time to get chairs and equipment upstairs out of teach of the flood water. She was helped by senior stylist Jodie Forrest and her husband Adam.

Padiham's population peaked around 1921 at about 14,000 declining to 10,000 in the early 1960s and 8,998 at the time of the 2001 census.[5][6] This follows people moving to the south of England in search of work following the decline of the traditional cotton, coal and engineering manufacturing base during that period.

Padiham /ˈpædiəm/ is a small town and civil parish on the River Calder, about 3 miles (5 km) west of Burnley and south of Pendle Hill, in Lancashire, England. It is part of the Borough of Burnley, but has its own town council with varied powers. Padiham was originally a rural village lying by the River Calder. It is still surrounded by attractive countryside on an arc running from the north-west to the north-east in the foothills of Pendle Hill.

Recent projects for which we have provided the glass, along with specification details, and main contractors who carried out the project management and installations.

“Glass is in nearly every window we supply so having a consistent, flexible, long established supplier that are competitive is key:- This is why we use Padiham Glass.”

SGG Planitherm Total is the most advanced of a new generation of low-E products belonging to the SGG Planitherm family. Europe’s best selling low-emissivity (low-E) glass and the UK’s market leading offline coating brand.

Extra police drafted in to help with flood relief

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8am Holy Communion (BCP) at St. Leonard's. (On the 1st and 3rd Sundays.)

Junctions 8 and 10 of the M65, both around 2 miles (3 km) from the town centre, give Padiham access to the motorway network. Junction 8 of the M65 also gives the town access to the A56 dual carriageway leading to the M66 and quick access to the Manchester motorway network.

We are completely independent from all the flat glass manufacturers and can boast an excellent supply chain with companies such as Saint-Gobain Glass, Guardian Industries, Pilkington NSG Group and AGC Glass. This allows us to give unbiased advice to existing clients, construction companies and architects to achieve the best value solution for their project(s).

We recognise that all of our products have to be functional and adaptable to meet the increasing demands placed on the interior and exterior glazing of modern buildings.

If you are a homeowner with a window or door enquiry, please contact our Trade Counter on 01282 687344 or email tradecentre@padihamglass.co.uk Alternatively you can contact our Head Office on 01282 774124. Feel free to contact us via any of our Social Media channels too!

"Market leading suppliers want to work with market leading customers, and that's exactly why we have enjoyed such a successful, long term relationship with Padiham Glass..."

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No prehistoric or Roman sites have been found in the urban area and Padiham, a name of Anglo-Saxon origin, is not recorded in the Domesday Book.[3] The first recorded mention of the town, as Padyngham, dates from 1294.[4] For hundreds of years it was a market town where produce from Pendleside was bought and sold. The town expanded and was substantially redeveloped during the Industrial Revolution and the central area is now a conservation area.

The team here at Padiham Glass Ltd work as one to bring you a level of quality and service that is not only expected but surpassed. In order to do this effectively, we have dedicated divisions within the business enabling us to focus our knowledge and expertise to the relevant needs of you, the customer. If you need glass in Lancashire, why go anywhere else?