Newton-Le-Willows, Merseyside
Photos, Maps, Books and Memories

Historic maps of Newton-Le-Willows and the local area, hand-drawn by Ordnance Survey cartographers and Samuel Lewis.

Mystery

On my grandmothers birth certificate in 1894 it states that her mother was called Isabella Green-Kaye and the address is 132 Mercer Street, Newton-Le-Willows. In the 1901 census it states that Marjorie lived with Charles & ...Read full memory

So Many Fab Memories

I have so many wonderful memories of Earlestown & Newton-le-Willows and sourounding areas, as a boy I used to deliver milk for Christie's, milk in those days was delivered by horse and cart and the round I was ...Read full memory

Earlestown 1949 56

We moved from Manchester to Earlestown in 1949. My father had taken the position of Transport Manager at the CWS (Co-op). We moved into the house at 1 School Street that was in front of the bakery, kitchens, ...Read full memory