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Caption for Hale, Old Bleeding Wolf 1913: A soldier stands smartly to attention while our cameraman takes his picture. The soldier is in his best uniform and is probably on his way to the drill hall in Ashley Road, depot for A and B companies of the 1st Volunteer Battalion, Cheshire Regiment. Who knows - perhaps our photographer treated him to a swift pint in the Old Bleeding Wolf.

An extract from Greater Manchester Photographic Memories.

Memories of Hale

My Great-Aunt Margaret Valentine married John "Hugh" Valentine and lived in Bower Road Hale in the 1920's. She was an infant teacher, had lovely red hair, and was described by my family as everybody's favourite. My Dad, Howard Norfolk, went to stay with her and her family around 1927 and remembered her (...Read full memory)

I went to a junior fellowship and then senior in St. Peter's rooms by the bowling green. Spent hours watching tennis at the courts in Leigh Rd. Haven't been back for many years, are they still there I wonder. Many happy memories of Hale village.

In 1964 my most profound memories were of staying with both my Grandparents in there home which was the old school house. George booth the local milkman had his dairy next door and every time i arrived i used to help him every day with his deliveries throughout the whole area. He used to have an (...Read full memory)

I was brought up on Broomfield Lane; wonderful memories of Wares Creamery which was a cafe and sold amazing ice cream, where Hale Grill is now. We used to play with dentist, Mr McKnight's daughter Amanda; they had a tortoise who lived in the exotic! Hours spent in the library and the reliable 'bobby' in the police (...Read full memory)

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