Maltby, St Bartholomew's Church c.1965

Maltby, St Bartholomew's Church c.1965

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Memories of Maltby

Maltby Lido

My memories are the happy times I spent as a child at the lido.  We had little money, just a bottle of water and dry bread and jam on a Sunday morning and fun in the Lido.  I well remember Harry Wood the baths attendant. ...Read full memory

Maltby Lido

I remember the Open Air Lido very well. It was managed by Sid and Minnie Armstrong. They looked after their customers well and once they got to know you they let you stay over your time and sometimes never charged you for the basket ...Read full memory

Lido House, Public Lido Pool, Bawtry Road

In the grounds of lido house there was an the remains of an old lido pool that my grandparents visited when younger. Next to the pool was a garden with an old sandstone fountain. I cannot find anything about an open air public pool existing possibly in the 1930s in Bramley. Can anyone help?

A memory of Maltby

Maltby Baths

We used to go to the baths from Thurcroft School. A great bus ride and then the pool. It seemed that it was always cold or rainy. I always had 4 pence and bought beef and onion crisps.

A memory of Maltby by Robert Keating

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History

Though the west tower with its distinctive recessed spire is said to contain masonry older than Roche Abbey, the rest of St Bartholomew's dates from 1859, when it was rebuilt to a design by P Boyce. Maltby is one of four West Riding settlements credited in the Domesday survey with having four mills; the others are Tanshelf, Dadsley and Kippax.

This is an excerpt from Sheffield and South Yorkshire Photographic Memories, by Clive Hardy