Biddulph, The Grange 1902

Biddulph, The Grange 1902

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Memories of Biddulph

The Old Vicarage

In the 1970s I lived in the Old Vicarage and remember being able to view the church from the house.  My fondest memories are a lovely gentleman named Tom who used to take me to ...Read full memory

A memory of Biddulph

Would You Believe It

The young man on the outside of the pavement is me, the group standing in the distance are family members and the two on my right are demanding to know where I am going, as it ...Read full memory

A memory of Biddulph by David Bailey

Victoria Colliery Steam Shunter And Coal Wagons 1969

I remember as a 4 year old, standing outside my late grandmother ( Annie Bailey's ) railway cottage, watching the steam engine pulling coal laden, ...Read full memory

A memory of Biddulph by Rob Bailey

Biddulph,Early 1960s,Fondest Memories.

My father was transferred from a North East Mining Community,to a beautiful place called Biddulph.While he worked hard in the pits,we enjoyed many long days ...Read full memory

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Biddulph Grange stands amid the magnificent gardens laid out by one of the great 19th century horticulturists, James Bateman. Bateman was also responsible for laying out the Arboretum at Derby, the first public park in England. The Grange later became a children's hospital.

This is an excerpt from Staffordshire Photographic Memories, by Clive Hardy

Biddulph Grange stands amid the magnificent gardens laid out by one of the great 19th-century horticulturists, James Bateman. Bateman was also responsible for laying out the Arboretum at Derby, the first public park in England.The Grange later became a children's hospital.

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