Hello, I'm Trappedinburnley. Of course I have a real name, which should we ever meet in person I'd be happy to share with you, but here I keep it to myself. If had spent any time thinking about it, I would have chosen differently, so at the start of 2018 I adopted TiB chat as my signature and I may change my username to TiB in the future.
I made my first edit on 10th May 2010 and created my first article the same day. Unsurprisingly given my choice of username I initially focused my editing on the Burnley article and although I've not done much with it since 2014, subjects with relevance to the local area remain my primary focus. My 1000th edit was to Hameldon Community College on 26th January 2011. I also made some small contributions to Malkin Tower, which made FA in October 2013 and was TFA on the Main Page that Halloween. I edited my 1000th Wikipedia page on 12th November 2017. Want to see what I've been doing?
|The following lists are essentially an index of things I regularly visit and not a complete list of my contributions. I don't feel particular ownership of any, and would welcome involvement from other editors.|
Pages I created
Pages I've done a bit of work on
Pages I'm working on
- User:Trappedinburnley/Whalley (ancient parish)
- User:Trappedinburnley/Sally Jaxx
- User:Trappedinburnley/John Towneley (translator)
Pages that could be created
- Antiques Master - BBC Antiques based quiz recorded at Towneley Hall 
- Hameldon Hills - Great Hameldon 409 metres (1,342 ft), Hameldon 399 metres (1,309 ft) and Black Hameldon (Hoof Stones Height) 479 metres (1,572 ft).
- Hameldon Hill Wind Farm - RWE npower renewables 4.5 megawatt (MW) wind farm  
- Riley Leisure - Snooker equipment manufacturer   
- Burnley Crown Court
- Forest of Blackburnshire in the Honor of Clitheroe, containing:
- List of Scheduled Monuments in Lancashire
- Richard de Malbis - Norman
- Henry Halliwell - Classical Scolar 
- Christopher Towneley - Librarian 
- Air Commodore Robert Parker Musgrave Whitham (1895-23 March 1943) CB OBE MC, Royal Flying Corps pilot in WWI, transferring to the RAF on its formation in 1918. At the start of WWII he was ranked Group captain and Deputy Director of War Organisation at the Air Ministry. He was gazetted and became Director General in 1941 and promoted to Air Commodore then acting AV-M in 42. He was killed in 1943 when the transport aircraft in which he was returning from the Middle East was shot down over the Bay of Biscay.  Douglas Evill Northumberland Fusiliers No. 16 Squadron RAF
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