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Some notes on the growth of population in the Cannock Chase coalfield.

M. J. Wise

Some notes on the growth of population in the Cannock Chase coalfield.

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FROM : Geography, Vol. 36, 1951.

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It received its name from the ancient manor of Chenet, and it was in the township of Cannock, to the south-west of the Chase that Edward John Bourne was born on Sunday, the 1st day of January Staffordshire remained poor up to the eighteenth century, despite its rich stores of Cited by: 1. Looking for abbreviations of CCMHS? It is Cannock Chase Mining Historical Society. Cannock Chase Mining Historical Society listed as CCMHS. Cannock Chase Mining Historical Society - How is Cannock Chase Mining Historical Society abbreviated? Cannock; Cannock Chase Mining Historical Society; Cannogenin thevetoside; Cannola; Cannola; cannoli.


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Some notes on the growth of population in the Cannock Chase coalfield. by M. J. Wise Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Cannock Chase Coalfield lies just to the north of the South Staffordshire Coalfield, from which it is separated by the Bentley seams under Cannock Chase are much deeper than those in South Staffordshire, being around 1, feet ( m) near Rugeley, compared to around feet ( m) in South Staffordshire.

Cannock Chase Population. Question: What is the population of Cannock Chase. Answer: Cannock Chase, United Kingdom (Administrative unit: England) - last known population is ≈ 98 (year ).This was % of total United Kingdom population growth rate would be same as in period (+%/year), Cannock Chase population in would be: *.

How it all began. In the Cannock & District Miners Welfare Veterans Association consider arranging a miners re-union at the M useum of Cannock Chase, Hednesford, Staffordshire, objective of this was to try to bring together old workmates who had lost contact with each other after the final shut down of the Cannock Chase Coalfield in Deakin, P.

Collieries in the North Staffordshire Coalfield (Ashbourne: Landmark Publishing Co., ) Various: The Cannock Chase Coalfield and its Coal Mines (Cannock Chase: Cannock Chase Mining Historical Society, ) Edwards, K.

The Brereton Collieries (Cannock Chase: Cannock Chase Mining Historical Society, ) Stone, R. Boundaries. The constituency contains three towns, Cannock, Rugeley, and Hednesford, with several pit villages, and the Chase itself situated between Hednesford and seat is broadly the same as the pre seat of Cannock.

Prior toCannock and Hednesford were part of the Cannock and Burntwood constituency, while Rugeley was part of the Mid Staffordshire an Parliament constituency: West Midlands. Staffordshire Cannock Chase Coalfield (10) South East, Kent, Surrey, Sussex etc (9) Wales.

Wales Coal and Collieries (47) Wales Metal Mining (40) Wales Railways/ Geology / Miscellaneous (31) Wales Slate / Stone (13) West Midlands / Warks / Black Country (2) Yorkshire (60) Yorkshire Collieries and coalfield (23) New additions (new books only) (8).

In the census the population of Cannock Chase and is made up of approximately 51% females and 49% males. The average age of people in Cannock Chase is 40, while the median age is also % of people living in Cannock Chase were born in England. Staffordshire Cannock Chase Geography 36() Wise Some notes on the growth of population in the Cannock Chase coalfield.

By M. Wise. Sketch-maps and diagrams Suffolk Coastal erosion Geol. Mag. 88 () Steers Notes on erosion along the coast of Suffolk. By J. Steers Thames Estuary Navigation Robinson J. Inst. Navigation 4. Buy Cannock Chase Past by Sherry Belcher (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(5). Experience the fascinating story of coal mining in Cannock Chase, discover how it shaped our area and meet the people who worked in the pits in our Coal Mining Gallery. Mining Memories is a fascinating interactive journey back in time to the Cannock Chase coalfield, which was the backbone of the community until the last pit closed in The industrial profile of Cannock Chase was dominated by coal mining from the s.

The Cannock Chase Coalfield became the most important in Staffordshire and was producing seven million tons of coal by This year saw the opening of West Cannock No. 5 pit along the Rugeley Road. The State of Cannock Chase report uses as its basis the English Indices of National substantially, from % of the current population to % in This growth exceeds the national trend for the same time frame, where the 65+ age group is due to rise from % to.

IN PICTURES: Pit sites after the mining years. The Cannock Chase Coalfield – Littleton the s and s in order to meet the demands of. The overall population of Cannock Chase is projected to increase between and with a significant growth in people aged 65 and over (25%) and aged 85 and over (59%).

The. Littleton Collieryanother Battle of Orgreave. Anyone interested in the coal industry around the time of the Geat War can gain a great deal from the Sankey Commission ofavailable and searchable was called by Lloyd George, probably just to buy time, and to examine the future of the coal mining industry.

The South Staffordshire coalfield is one of several coalfields in the English stretches for 25 miles / 40km from the Lickey Hills in the south to Rugeley in the north. The coalfield is around 10 miles (16 km) wide; its eastern and western margins are fault-bounded.

Numerous coal seams are recognised within the coalfield - the following coal seams are recognised within the Cannock. This book is one of those and covers part of the South Staffordshire Coalfield, South of Wolverhampton and Walsall in the West Midlands.

This the first comprehensive study of this coalfield and includes excellent photographic material, there are good descriptions of each colliery and details of their locations supported by plans and drawings. So, in a group of us - all like-minded men, who had worked in the mining industry within the Cannock Chase Coalfield - decided to create a book about our coal mines.

The book does cover West Cannock No.5 Colliery to it's closure in Priced at £ + £ 1st class p&p or 2nd class at £ p&p this book is exceptional value.

Books can be obtained from Alan by emailing [email protected] or calling "The Lesser Known Coalmines of the Cannock Chase Coalfield” by Mick Drury. The Cannock Chase Coalfield and Its Coal Mines Paperback – 9 Sept. by Alan Dean (Author), Mick Drury (Author), Mick Lucas (Author) & out of 5 stars 1 rating.

See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from 5/5(1). THE GEOLOGY OF THE NORTHERN PART OF THE SOUTH STAFFORDSHIRE COALFIELD (CANNOCK CHASE REGION).

[G.H. Mitchell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : G.H. Mitchell. Labour Market Profile - Cannock Chase. Resident Population. Total population () Cannock Chase (numbers) West Midlands (numbers) Great Britain (numbers) All people:5, 64, DLA is paid to those needing help with personal care.

These people can, and some will, be in full-time employment. If DLA claimants are. Some have raised concerns about the move preventing access to parts of the Chase. But bosses say the invisible fencing would be underground and would not affect day to day users of the : Jack Averty. Cannock West is a ward in Cannock Chase of West Midlands, England and includes areas of Mill Green, Four Crosses, Walkmill Bridge, Rumer Hill, Stony Lea, Hatherton, Wedges Mills, Wedge's Mill, Great and Hednesford.

In the census the population of Cannock West was 6, and is made up of approximately 52% females and 48% males. Colliery Year Book and Coal Trades Directory. Published by The Louis Cassier Co. Ltd., from a copy held in the Scottish Mining Museum, Newtongrange, Midlothian; Colliery Year Book and Coal Trades Directory.

West Cannock No. 5 Colliery was situated at Hednesford in the northern end of the Cannock Chase coalfield. The owners were the West Cannock Colliery Company Ltd. Madew was the Agent and Mr. A.R. Latham was the Manager of the No.

2 (Upcast) Pit, from which the Shallow Seam was worked. Latham was also the Assistant Agent. On this page are some photographs of the collieries that once existed in the Cannock Chase Coalfield. If you wish to use any of these photographs PLEASE PLACE AN ACKNOWLEDGE to the source where you aquired them from.

(thank you) BRERETON COLLIERIES: CANNOCK CHASE COMPANY. Cannock Chase is the largest surviving area of lowland heathland in the Midlands. Although being mentioned in the Doomsday book there is very little semi natural woodland left on the chase with the best example being Brocton Coppice where some of the Sessile Oak trees may be as old as years and many are over years old.

Chasewater Railway Museum Catalogue Cannock Chase Colliery Co. Items Various items from the Cannock Chase Company Co. (CCCC) I think that it is fair to say that, if this company had not existed, neither would the Chasewater Railway Museum, certainly not as it is now.

Click on the link below to see the full list. All CCCC Items – XL Files Then, some time in the late 11th century, the Chase was established as a royal forest, and a herd of deer was introduced for the gentry to hunt.

Probably the most sustained industrial activity to arrive in the area was coal mining, which first began here in medieval times, before rising to a peak in aroundwhen the Industrial Revolution.

I recall being in a Children's home in Cannock Chase, it would have been around to I cannot find a trace of it when searching online. I remember it was a very grand stately house with a very long lawn at the front with stables.

the Museum of Cannock Chase comprises of four buildings set in nine hectares of green spaces on the site of the former Valley Colliery. The museum tells the story of the communities, landscape and coalfield of the Cannock Chase District. The museum is situated near the top of.

Welcome to the Cannock Chase Geotrail. This geotrail is de-signed to give a glimpse of the rocks, landscape and the geo-logical industrial heritage of the area.

The trail is 36 km, too long to be tackled all in one. We recommend completing it in sections from the car parks at Satnall Hills, Glacial Boulder,File Size: 1MB.

Information. Partly wooded unit on south edge of Cannock Chase. Ownership. Not disputed. The NCB claim ownership of any coal on this unit under the Coal Acts andand the Coal Industry Nationalisation Act Cannock North is a ward in Cannock Chase of West Midlands, England.

In the census the population of Cannock North was 7, and is made up of approximately 51% females and 49% males. The average age of people in Cannock North is 38, while the median age is higher at % of people living in Cannock North were born in England.

Genealogy Projects on tagged with Cannock Chase. Sinking the No 1 shaft at Littleton Colliery was started in by the Cannock and Huntingdon Colliery Co, but by having got to a depth of ft water broke in and flooded the shaft; the company was wound up in In the landowner, Lord Hatherton, organised.

Cannock Chase Country Park 1, 5 Apedale Community Country Park 7 Consall Nature Park 9 Deep Hayes Country Park 61 11 Greenway Bank Country Park 55 13 Chasewater including Norton Bog 15 Picnic Areas (10) Froghall 3 17 Oakamoor 8 19 Sevens Road, Cannock Wood 13.

Cannock has the largest population of the three towns that make up the district of Cannock Chase, making it an ideal spot for family-friendly activities. The Museum of Cannock Chase hosts numerous activities for men, women, and children, while Cannock's Prince of Wales is an excellent place to watch a theatrical performance.

Walk - printer friendly version The Cannock Chase War Trail Walk. Author - Roger Seedhouse. Length - miles / km. Ascent - feet / metres. Grade - moderate. Start - OS grid reference SJ Lat + Long Go to Cannock Chase Walks.

In MayCannock Chase was ranked * out of areas in the country in terms of the claimant rate, placing Cannock Chase in the bottom third of the country. Now Cannock Chase has jumped almost to the top third according to the November claimant rate figures, ranked th*.Staffordshire Outlook magazine is a free monthly full colour glossy B5 size magazine.

We prod copies each month with distribution alternating between 2 areas giving you a total.The Cannock Chase constituency has a total population of 97, of wh are eligible (18+) to vote (%).

Cannock Chase ranks th in a list of the largest constituencies in the UK (geographical size), and th in a list of the largest constituencies by population size.