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Main Content. The road to Nab End. William Woodruff Sam Kelly More creators Borrow Borrow. William Woodruff was the son of a weaver, born on a pallet of straw at the back of the mill and two days later his mother was back at work Life was extremely tough for this family in 's Blackburn - a treat was sheep's head or cow-heel soup - and got worse when his father lost his job when the cotton industry started its terminal decline Woodruff had to find his childhood fun in the little free time he had available between his delivery job and school.
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Lancashire and its declining cotton industry
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Levels - ATOS:. Due to publisher restrictions the library cannot purchase additional copies of this title, and we apologize if there is a long waiting list. The production gains additional impact from the return of former Coliseum director Kenneth Alan Taylor, who plays Woodruff on the stage where he is the veteran of more than shows. Kevin Shaw's fluid, enjoyable production is filled with finely observed detail — John Elkington strums a period-correct banjo-ukulele with Formbyesque flamboyance; and though you could claim that Lisa Howard's Mrs Woodruff crushes her son's head lice with uncharacteristic ease, that would be nit-picking.
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