Skelmersdale


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Skelmersdale

(ˈskɛlməzˌdeɪl)
n
(Placename) a town in NW England, in Lancashire: designated a new town in 1962. Pop: 39 279 (2001)
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SKELMERSDALE has been "forgotten" by the company with plans to develop the town centre, the local MP has claimed.
A large area of Skelmersdale was flooded this morning when a water pipe burst - leaving a main junction completely submerged in water.
AFTER four consecutive cupties, Blyth Spartans return to league action at Skelmersdale United tomorrow, writes JEFF BOWRON.
A STOPPAGE-time goal by striker Graeme Armstrong earned Quakers a point at Skelmersdale last night.
To go to Chorley and now Skelmersdale and win both games 1-0, I have got to give all the praise to the players.
Wayne, behind fashion label Red or Dead, will help transform the image of Skelmersdale.
IN FORM Durham City face one of their toughest tests of the season when they visit Skelmersdale United.
DIVISION One North leaders Chester will go nine points ahead of second-placed Skelmersdale United if they beat them at the Exacta Stadium today.
At the end of an enthralling match, however, Blue Star clinched victory with a lastminute goal and gained revenge for a 4-0 drubbing by Skelmersdale at the weekend.
The company, aiming to have 200 stores across the country by 2005, also has a range of vacancies at its distribution centres in Skelmersdale and Warrington.
Andrew Hyslop, 29, was sentenced to 18 months in jail after admitting committing offences in Skelmersdale.