Pashley

Pashley is a surname, and may refer to:

  • Anne Pashley (born 1935), British athlete at the 1956 Olympics
  • Cecil Pashley (1891–1969), British aviation pioneer
  • David Pashley (born 1972), English cricketer
  • John Pashley (born 1933), Australian rugby player
  • Robert Pashley (1805–1859), English travel writer
  • Terry Pashley (born 1956), English football player and manager

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Pashley - See Also
... Pashley Cycles, British bicycle manufacturer Pashley Manor, historic house in East Sussex, England This page or section lists people with the surname Pashley ...
Pashley Cycles - Pashley To The Present Day
... In recent years, Pashley has seen strong demand for its 'Classic' models, in particular the women's 'Princess' traditional loop framed bicycle with front wicker basket and Brooks leather ... Pashley has continued to evolve and improve these designs where appropriate ... launched the 'Guv'nor' (See above image) which was inspired by an original Pashley catalogue from the 1930s ...
Terry Pashley - Managerial Career
... After retiring from playing, Pashley remained in Lancashire and became U18's Manager at Burnley ... Coyle, and other senior backroom staff left for Bolton, Pashley was made joint caretaker manager of the club with Martin Dobson ... In his 3 games in charge of the Burnley senior team, Pashley guided the team to a 1–0 home victory over his local side Blackpool F.C.(Only Burnleys 2nd clean sheet of the season) and a 4–3 ...
Cecil Pashley
... Cecil Lawrence Pashley MBE AFC (1891 - 1969) was a British aviation pioneer ... Pashley was born in the Great Yarmouth, Norfolk on 14 May 1891 ... One of Pashley's students was F.G ...
Pashley Cycles - Pashley Workbikes and The Royal Mail
... Since inception Pashley has provided carrier cycles to industry and commerce ... One of the early, equal-wheel carrier cycles Pashley sold in the 1930s (the 'Model L' for £7.10.0) had a front metal tubular carrier and nameplate in a similar manner to the 'Courier' that the company ... In 1974, Pashley acquired Gundle, the only other surviving manufacturer of carrier cycles ...