Memories of Hyde

Old Hyde

I was born September 1930 and remember parts of Hyde that are long gone. I lived my early years in John St and remember Charles St and when it was finally demolished. The old shop opposite the ...Read full memory

A memory of Hyde by Harold Snelson

1950s And 60s

I was born in 1950 and lived first in Parsonage St and then, from 1956, in Woodend Lane. I attended St George's Primary and Junior School and was an active member of St George's Church. My ...Read full memory

A memory of Hyde by Ian Buckley

Cheetham Family

Would anyone remember the Cheetham family who lived at/near Marple Bridge, Cheshire, apparently the boys' (no. of boys unknown) of the family who went to the First World War and who ...Read full memory

A memory of Hyde by Kathryn Cheetham

School Denton

Does anyone remember Duke Street School, that's where I spent my early years? We had a formidable headmaster in those days. I lived in Denton up till we moved away when I was around 9. We ...Read full memory

A memory of Hyde

Hyde So Many Fond Memories.

Nightingales on the corner opposite the post office. What a wonderful smell when you walked in. The cafe (Booth's?) just up from CABLE shoes where I started work at age 14, best ...Read full memory

A memory of Hyde by John Taylor

I Had A Wonderful Childhood Growing Up In Hyde.

We used to go swimming at the local baths on a Saturday morning, then into Meschias for ice cream. In the afternoon we would walk down Market Street, or ...Read full memory

A memory of Hyde

Leigh Street School 1958 1962

Trying to find anybody who may remember me from school or from Waverley Road, Hyde, also Lynda Bardsley from Astoria Hyde.

A memory of Hyde by Peter Jackson

Hyde In The Late 60's

I attended Greenfield Street Boys School from 1965-6, until I moved to another school. Shops around that time included, Woolworths. Hyde Sports Centre on the corner of Newton ...Read full memory

A memory of Hyde by Alan Hesketh

Mescias Milk Bar Market Street

I was quite an accomplished swimmer in my youth, and after a session in the swimming baths, we would call in at Mescia's for a coffee or a milk shake. There was another Coffee Bar opposite (I can't remember its name now) but Mescia's was always the first choice for me and my pals.

A memory of Hyde by Ken Foley

Meschia's

I .have so many happy memories of Meschia's I spent every week there, my sister Pat and I used to take the big wash on a Saturday morning to the launderette opposite, and while waiting for the ...Read full memory

A memory of Hyde by queenbee2

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