Lived in Bramhall at 27 Maple Rd, opposite the Post Office. Like another contributer I can remember every room in our house and could walk round the garden blindfolded. Have so many memories of Bramhall. There was the matinee at the Tudor, and sometimes a visit in the evening. Can anyone remember 'ratty Ruby' who would flash ...Read full memory
My family were the second owners of number 1 nearly 50 years ago, my mother still loves there. I remember the village so well, we were pushed there in the big pram, me on the pram seat, and my sister inside. Buntys was always a source of excitement to us. We used to get fig rolls from tims in the greengrocers and blue ...Read full memory
Hi I am the new owner of 103 acre lane, cheadle hulme it used to be part of bramhall many years ago. I am looking into finding out about the previous owners/history of the house for my own knowledge and for my own curiosity. I believe it was once one house instead of two semi detached houses. Thanks Adrian Snelius
My parents are Angela (nee Goulden) and Bryan Wilson (now sadly deceased), both from Bramhall.My paternal Grandfather owned the bakery in the village "Wilsons" which was taken over after my grandfather's retirement by Ainsworths and which is now a wine bar. He and his several brothers and sisters started life in ...Read full memory
Pre 1960s when I was a young girl, my grandmother, Gertrude Mary Middlehurst, and my mother, Marjorie Elizabeth Nield-Siddall, and me, Carol Rita Nield-Siddall, used to visit my grandmother's sister, known as Auntie Aggie. She lived with her daughter and son-in-law, Beryl and Phil Longson and ...Read full memory
I lived with my parents, Ralph and Joan, "Bindy" and sister Judy, on Birchway, off Ack Lane East, then we moved to 17 Atholl Road. There were several families with children who my sister and I spent a lot of time with - Johnny Catlow at the top of the road, Elizabeth in the house opposite, Robert ...Read full memory
We lived in Whitehaven Road at number 1. I was seven when we left and I was heartbroken, and so were my parents really. We moved to Suffolk, near Felixstowe and dad tried to encourage us to be enthusiastic because we were so sad, by saying we'd be near the sea! I can remember walking with my mum into Bramhall ...Read full memory
How interesting! I moved into your house when you left in 1965. Yes I have a few more memories of the area,the house no was 210 Moss Lane. I was fifteen at the time and my family were the Bentleys,I am Brian. The photographer next door were the Longson family and they had two children John and Georgina, long gone they ...Read full memory
My father ran this wonderful pub, Edward Armstrong. Our family lived there from 1950, s my early memories were of a grand staircase , a smoky bar , clattering of glasses, laughter , noise, great atmosphere. Lunchtime was busy, my mother Marie, spent most of her time making sandwiches for the luncheoners ...Read full memory
Syddal Farm was once the home of the Ashbrook family and originally stood on this site where the shops are standing in the photograph. My Grandparents William Hannah and their children Jack and Betty farmed there although Grandfather passed away in his forties due to a weak heart. I think ...Read full memory
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