Lancashire Life magazine called it 'comedy genius', and a dozen 5 star Amazon reviewers have agreed.
From the Back Cover:
Lancashire. The very word conjures up images of cotton mills, coal mines and the Co-operative Movement. But think again.
This is Forgotten Lancashire, the home of Uncle Bill’s Meat-Free Meatballs, fridge magnets and the Competitive Movement.
This is a book about ordinary people. People like you and me who plough the fields, mine the coal and stamp the library books. People who walk around in the summer with their tops off.
“If you thought Sir Walter Raleigh invented the bicycle then this book is for you” Martin Sixsmith. "History was never meant to be so interesting" Professor Eric Hobnob. "A wonderful, majestic tour de force" Nataya Ripley.
Forgotten Lancashire - fact free history at its best. "A dozen laughs a page" The Wigan Observer*
* approx 0.8p per laugh