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Memories of Timperley

I lived in Timperley from the age of seven in 1953 till the age of fifteen in 1961. Our family lived on Heyes Lane opposite the Congregational church and next to an empty lot I remember the incredible bonfires we had on Nov 5th as the empty lot provided us with lots of room to build the biggest bonfire possible. I (...Read full memory)

i am looking for information on staff who worked at the co op store and butchers on manchester road west timperley from 1980 to 1990 , i can remember George the butcher and have been told his last name was webb, i am hopeing for more information any help please

I'm not absolutely sure the garden was as spick and span as this at the turn of the sixties, but it wasn't that long before it became this way. It had been a ruin until the early fifties when a brutalist electricity sub station wth a sort of covered verandah in front went up, and an official path cut off the (...Read full memory)

I am looking for any information and if possible that anyone may have on The Skelton Family-who were a big presence in Timperley up to 1905 when Elinor Clarke the grandaughter of John Skelton sold lots of land here. I would be delighted to here from anyone who has any memories of the family. Thank you.

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