A Jumanji game picked up on Ebay, with the movie, along with some other jungle items, like stickers, a stuffed animal, or popcorn to munch on while playing the game and watching the movie, makes a unique gift basket idea for children between the ages 8 and 12.  It can then be played on a family game night.
Old Game of Storming the Castle by Milton BradleyThe 1932 game of Storming the Castle by Milton Bradley is a perfect example of how some games can be quite simple. Pike’s Peak or Bust: 1895 Old Parker Brothers GameThe cover of the 1895 Parker Brothers game of Pike’s Peak or Bust shows a gentleman standing on a peak of a mountain. 5 of Albert Simeon Moberly's children left to right: Forest Lamore Moberly, Leola Nadine Moberly Dillon, Benjamin Alfred Moberly (my Dad), Fern Moberly Donaldson, and Seldon Albert Moberly. On 22nd May 1995, the first people were moved out of the old village at Arkwright, to a new village built some 500m away.
With the knowledge that Bilsthorpe (Nottinghamshire) was to be closed by RJB Mining in 2 years time as the proposed entry into the Blackshale seam costing an estimated £3m was squashed, the UDM talked of taking over the colliery when it closed, and any other pit that was to close, providing markets could be found for the coal. The NUM postal vote was a result in favour of strike action and Arthur Scargill implied that selective action would be taken, following the refusal by RJB Mining to improve rates of pay. British Coal Chairman Neil Clarke visited Mansfield in May to look at Oakham Business Park which has helped to create more than 120 jobs in an area where pit closures had created a surplus of manpower. In June 1995, the first retreat face at Asfordby (North West Leicestershire) in the Deep Main seam was struggling with adverse conditions. At Asfordby a huge coal storage hanger on the surface, that could hold 14,000 tonnes and had a re-claimer machine, was commissioned. Robert Stevenson (10121), Principal District Inspector of Mines told the UDM Conference that he would soon lose his powers to veto new roof bolting operations in the local pits, and he had strong reservations about the change. This example was from Rufford Blackshale seam drivage using roof bolting with straps and mesh covering. On 12th June 1995, the proposed strike by NUM members at RJB pits was deemed illegal by the High Court, and therefore did not go ahead as planned.
Ernest Hardy (9483), Manager at Kiveton Park, (South Yorkshire) for 5 years up to Dec 1994 was awarded the MBE. A (Tony) R Barnes (5990) ARICS Minerals Manager for RJB Mining replaced Graeme E Marshall ARICS (4894). Disclaimer: Messages posted at this site are the sole opinion and responsibility of the poster. Disclaimer: The filmography of Bradley Pierce is based on the information we are progressively collecting, and on the contributions of the Internauts. British Coal handed over the running of most of the English coalmines to RJB Mining, Chief Executive Richard Budge, and Chairman John Robinson on 31st December 1994, 48 years after nationalisation.
Whitemoor sunk 1980-1986 all 5 connected to the main adit conveyor by vertical bunkers above, thereby allowing a constant flow of coal with no overloading. On 1st January 1995 Tim Eggar, Energy Minister (Con) made a 2 hour underground visit to Asfordby accompanied by Richard Budge Chief Executive of the new owner RJB Mining and William (Bill) Rowell (10141) Director of Mining for RJB and John P Whyatt (11312) Manager of the mine. In January 1995, it was announced by RJB Mining that Bilsthorpe (Nottinghamshire) was to close within 2 years. The Parkgate seam area was exhausted and the newly accessed Blackshale seam, which only had a small workable area, was poor in quality.
Pillars of coal had to be left in Low Main and the new seam to protect Ompton pumping station.
It would appear that a build up of fines or small coal had been set on fire due to friction on the conveyor return roller.
As was becoming increasingly necessary at the time, private contracting firms had to be approached to supply the manpower to carry out the prescribed remedial work. At Harworth (Nottinghamshire) in February, a 3-gate panel was producing an average of 40,000 tonnes a week from the 2.6m thick Deep Soft seam.


At smaller production pits, such as Clipstone (Nottinghamshire), the men were awarded another £8 per week on their wages by RJB Mining. On 20th March 1995 eight former tip sites were handed over to Nottinghamshire County Council for reclamation. My photo shows the view from Berry Hill Road over Mansfield with the restored Sherwood tip with trees and Silverhill restored tip in the background making it the highest point in Nottinghamshire. Sizewell B in Suffolk, the latest and first pressurised nuclear water reactor was put into operation by Nuclear Electric and would be working fully by April 1995. Following the protest Ashfield District Council refused planning permission for opencast mining in the Meden Valley at Stanton Hill. The combine was re-opened in 1995 by Coal Investments Plc: Annesley Bentinck mine (Nottinghamshire), was closed in February 1994 but put on care and maintenance by British Coal. Gordon C Harris (11100) succeeded as General Manager at Mansfield Woodhouse Mines Rescue Station 1995- . Secretary of State for Energy, Tim Eggar was succeeded by Charles Wardle (Con) Mar 1995- Apr 1995 (resigned), and he in turn was succeeded by Richard Page (Con) -1997, following the shock resignation.
A main drift supported by concrete arching at Asfordby (North West Leicestershire) collapsed in May, causing the pit to be stood whilst repairs were carried out. There are a few other details on rolls and game play, but these are the basic instructions.   The game can be exciting to play.
Methane gas from the closed down Arkwright drift mine (North Derbyshire), had been affecting the housing in the old village for some 7 years.
The colliery had started production in April, but had been plagued with overlying volcanic sills causing bad work and heavy weighting and had only completed 25 machine cuts.
Under the current Regulations colliery Managers were required to submit plans for new roof bolted tunnels and had to receive permission before starting excavations. Nottinghamshire NUM Secretary Henry Richardson said he was disappointed but not surprised that his unions attempt to take strike action had been thwarted by the Courts. A roadway gritter spreading calcium chloride on the floor to suppress dust was commissioned.
He had been Manager at High Moor, (North Derbyshire) some 7 years earlier and had played a major role in the rescue of 10 trapped miners following a massive cave in. A licence was granted by the Coal Authority from 17th August 1995 to work the Flockton seam, locally known in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire as Deep Soft in remnant areas adjacent to the old Renishaw Park colliery. The companys first underground working had been a small drift mine called Castle Hill Drift, Blenkinsopp, (Northumberland). They saw a Joy ED18 continuous miner excavating a 3.5m thick section of Deep Main in a development roadway. High volatile coals, with Rank 802 to 902, but with a very high inherent moisture content, between 8% and 11%, thus making the calorific value quite low. Application called in by Secretary of State for the Environment and a Public Enquiry was called January 1979. It was later announced on 3rd April 1995 that there had been a fire on an underground conveyor carrying coal to the pit bottom since Sunday 26th March 1995. The conveyor tension end was situated in a blind end set with wooden roof supports (and wooden legs). The fire was not detected for some considerable time so much so that the belt had parted (broken). The effects of a slimmed down workforce, meant that collieries in general and in this case, Bilsthorpe in particular, had little or no spare manpower to cope with the numerous events, planned or not, that are a commonplace in mining. Years before at Harworth, the methane gas from the Barnsley Bed was captivated and sold to the Glass bulb factory nearby until that closed.


The NUM were to ballot their members on industrial action in the next few weeks, against the 3 year pay freeze imposed by RJB Mining.
For a peppercorn fee of £1 each, the tips at the closed Bevercotes, Blidworth, Cotgrave, Manton, Ollerton, Sherwood, Silverhill and Teversal and Warsop mines were intended to use most of the land formerly owned by British Coal to create woodland and community amenity areas. Even before the end of the 20th Century evidence of what were once dirt tips had disappeared. Unfortunately this latest power station put another nail into the coffin for Nottinghamshire coal.
Also Huthwaite and Stanton Hill residents objected to a scheme to opencast an area of the Upper Meden Valley stretching from Whiteborough Farm to Springwood Farm. Water was also pumped from the Waterloo horizon at 263m deep at Bentinck and from 401m at the Tupton level and discharged into the River Erewash as well as sending water through to Annesley. The amount of gas seeping into the houses was classed as dangerous, and British Coal had agreed to re-house the people. He said that talks were underway with National Power about using coal to fuel its power stations and he believed a future Labour Government would rethink the country’s energy strategy.
Igneous stratum was within 45m and the Deep Main would incrop into the Permo Trias strata. UDM President Neil Greatrex vowed the union would fight to keep the present system as an independent body was required to monitor the workings, although many had accepted roof bolting as a normal mining practice. The wire holding the coloured marker rod is fastened in the hole bored into the strata above.
He had been awarded the Queens Commendation for brave conduct and a St Johns medal for life saving. Men were sent to the scene to extinguish the blaze but quite a lot of damage was apparent as part of the conveyor belt needed replacing in order to join it up again. At this particular time, at the majority of collieries, the core activity of coal production was carried out by the colliery workforce, leaving many duties such as developments, salvages, major mechanical or electrical installations, roadway repairs etc., etc. However that project would go ahead and some ancient workings in Top Hard and Dunsil seams would be exposed. The Manager for Annesley Bentinck mine Eric Blackwell (10164) continued, as did the Surveyor George Simms (5618). By noting the position of the colour at the borehole entry will denote whether or not the strata above the gate are lowering or stable.
Boring to prove the coal seams had begun in 1973 and a total of 80 boreholes were drilled. It was found also that electrical cables were damaged by the conveyor belt continually rubbing against them, plus many areas had coal spillage and other electrical equipment was almost buried. For example if the strata lowered the coloured marker would hang lower and the colour would determine how much the strata had lowered. The original Coalfield area for 3 proposed mines covered about 250 square kilometres and would yield around 510m tonnes. The Mines Inspector was informed and visited the site and submitted a listof items tothe Manager that needed to be put right before coal production from that area could recommence.



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