Huyton, Merseyside
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Historic maps of Huyton and the local area, hand-drawn by Ordnance Survey cartographers and Samuel Lewis.

The Ranch

We loved the flics on a Saturday morning, mum got rid of us all for a few hours we got our sweets in the Mayfare sweet shop opporsite before going in. It was always 'cowboys and indians', that's why it was called 'the ranch'.Sometimes the film would snap - well it snapped a lot and when it did we would all bang our feet. It was ...Read full memory

A memory of Huyton by Carol May

Alamein Barracks At Huyton

I had never even heard of Huyton, much less been there until I joined the Territorial Army in 1967. I had enlisted at a recruiting office in Manchester and attended the Alamein Barracks for my basic training in 1967. In those far off days we wore our uniform instead of civvies when leaving the barracks and I have ...Read full memory

Huyton Village

I can remember Huyton when it was a village, in the 1950s. The Police Station was at the end of Derby Rd. not far from St Micheal's Church. At the other end was Richardson's , a grocery shop which often had a ginger cat on the steps. My mother would buy her groceries here and I can remember sugar being weighed out into blue ...Read full memory

A memory of Huyton by Ruth Gaulton