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You can choose a 5.7 kilometre; 10 kilometre; or 17 kilometre run, or, join the 10 kilometre Nordic Walk.
June 3rd – Askham & Irelith Carnival 2017 A colourful parade of Askham's “Carnival Royals” accompanied by music, dancers and floats sets off at 12.30pm from Parklands Drive to be followed by an afternoon of family entertainment at Duddon Sports & Social Club. June 3rd – Hospice at Home 20 Challenge at Braithwaite Institute Teams of four are invited to enter this tough 20 miles walking challenge over a route which includes 10 summits.
Different colours and patterns helped distinguish the different types of tickets.
The last and most important Edmondson's invention was a machine, which could print tickets and number them at once. Thomas Edmondson, station master in Milton on Newcastle and Carlisle Railway.He was born in 1792 and was originally a cabinet-maker, which he applied for improving the system of ticket office, which he was inventing in his free time, because the Milton station was not very busy.Originally he printed little pieces of cardboard by types, imbedded in a wooden slide.He numbered these tickets manually first, later he invented a system of storage in a special vertical dispenser with weight, where after removal of one ticket, another ticket slipped ready to remove.