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John Henshaw is ...

Born 1951 in Ancoats
Age68 years (approx)
John Henshaw
John Henshaw
A major new film marking the birth of co-operation is being filmed in the Greater Manchester area as part of The Co-operative’s activities to highlight this year as the International Year of Co-operatives. The 52-minute feature tells the story of - and gains its working-title - from ‘The Rochdale Pioneers’ and their vision for a better social order which established the co-operative movement in 1844. The new film is inspired by the 1944 film ‘Men of Rochdale’. It is funded by The Co-operative Group – the UK’s largest mutual business – and is being filmed and produced by The Co-operative British Youth Film Academy. Actor John Henshaw plays the role of John Holt, one of the original members of The Rochdale Society of Equitable Pioneers, in the film. To follow the progress of the film or for more information visit

About John Henshaw

John Henshaw (born 1951) is a British actor, best known for his roles as Ken Dixon the landlord in Early Doors, Wilf Bradshaw in Born and Bred and PC Roy Bramwell in The Cops. Often associated with characters who are "hard men", he played John Prescott in ITV drama Confessions of a Diary Secretary. In 2008 he appeared in an episode of Heartbeat.