DEEP COAL MINING: UK’s last deep mine to close, but what are your memories of the industry locally?

The sun rises over Kellingley colliery in Yorkshire as miners finish the last shift at the last deep coal mine in the UK.  Photo - Ross Parry/SWNW Group.
The sun rises over Kellingley colliery in Yorkshire as miners finish the last shift at the last deep coal mine in the UK. Photo - Ross Parry/SWNW Group.
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Britain’s long tradition of deep coal mining will come to an end today with the closure of the Kellingley mine in North Yorkshire.

The industry has employed thousands of people across the UK, including many in Nottinghamshire.

Unions have sad the closure of Kellingley is a very sad day for the industry and the country.

Now we want to know your thoughts. Did you or your family work in the mines locally? What are your memories of our mining heritage?

Let us know by commenting below, posting on our Facebook page, tweeting us or email louise.cooper@jpress.co.uk.