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Caption for Upton, The Village C1960: The Village, Upton is this quaintly-named road. It leads up to St Mary's, a 19th-century church with its handsome pulpit and a thousand-year-old runic Viking stone in a small showcase. T J Heseltine, the family butchers, is the shop on the left, and next to it is the well known firm of Melias, the confectioners. Rakes Lane goes off to the right. It is said to get its name from Rakes Hall, where gambling and drinking went on.

An extract from Liverpool and Merseyside Photographic Memories.

Memories of Upton, The Village c1960

I was flicking through this site and was amassed to come across this photograph that features my mother Joan Sington (nee Phillips) along with her Spaniel 'Major'. The picture was taken before my mother had my elder brother Jonathan (in 1944) and looking carefully at her, I would assume it was taken before she was married (...Read full memory)

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