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.
The Queen, together with Prince Philip, first visited Burnley, Nelson and the old Mullard valve factory at Simonstone near Padiham on her post-Coronation tour of Lancashire in 1955.
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) and the fact that the record had to be played starting near the spindle instead of starting at the outer edge of the disc.
In 1913, the company became part of the Carl Lindstrom group.
The Queen was received by Lord De La Warr, President of the Board of Education, and was taken first to the village hall, which has been lent for use as a school for the smaller evacuated children, aged three to seven.
In the hall the Queen showed particular interest in a group of little girls who were playing at "mothers".
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