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EA to Z Index, Page E
E OccupationsOccupations starting with E.
E RecipesRecipes starting with E.
E. Whipp1892 - England Professional with Barrett.
E.L.W.A.S.The East Lancashire Web Authors Society.
Eachill Farm 
Eachill PathFrom Eachill Gardens to Walmsley Street. (Not on Map)
Early Bank Notes 
Earnest Marsdens PressThe press releases for the unveiling of the blue plaque.
Eartha KittFamous actress and singer who was the very first catwoman in a batman movie.
East and West HouseThe East and West houses. See also Master Barn Farm.
East Lancs BoxesBased on the site of the former Spring Mill.
East Lancs GatewayNow called Frontier Park.
East Lancs Sailing ClubThe home of the sailing on the reservoir.
East Panorama 
East Tramroad 
Edgar HaworthsThe former newsagent turned furniture shop.
Edward Geoffrey Smith-Stanley, M. P.Accrington M. P. from 1832.
Edward HolditchCompetition winner with a brass band.
Edward Mignon1912 - 1915 Cricket club professional.
Edward RishtonBorn 1550 to 1585.
Edwards, John Hugh, M. P.Liberal M. P. for Accrington in 1923.
Edyholes 
Egg SmashThe day that Rishton had eggs for everyone.
EliziumA once Local rock group.
Emmett Roberts1928 Cricket club professional.
Empire DayThe 24th of May each year is Empire Day, a day of celebration.
EmploymentHow to find a job in Rishton.
English ElectricBristol Aircraft, English Electric, and GEC. Although in Clayton, was a big employer for Rishton.
Eric EastonThe first manager of the Rolling Stones rock group, born in Rishton of course.
Ernest Gray M. P.Conservative M. P. for Accrington from 1918.
Ernest MarsdenBorn on Hermitage Street, he went on to discover the nucleus of the atom.
EvacueesSome of the evacuees that made it to Rishton.
Event Calendar 

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