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Bullocks Coaches

Reference number: 110

A Bullocks' Coaches works outing

 

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Cheadle Green

Reference number: 133

Trees in full bloom on Cheadle Green by the War Memorial

 

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Cheadle Primary School

Reference number: 276

Pupils at Cheadle Primary School dress up in Edwardian clothes to help celebrate 75 years of the school's existence

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Cheadle Primary School

Reference number: 753

As part of the 75th anniversary celebrations in 1984, the headmaster Mr Marshall and pupils at Cheadle Primary School wear period costumes to re-enact how life may have been at the school when it was opened in 1909

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Cheadle scouts reunion

Reference number: 725

Former Cheadle scout members enjoy a reunion approximately fifty years after they were in the scouts

 

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Church Street

Reference number: 594

Old terraced houses on a road now demolished called Church Street, which is now the main car park behind the north side of High Street

 

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Church Street

Reference number: 596

Church Street

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Gatley Road

Reference number: 586

The new community flower bed on Gatley Road close to White Hart

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Gatley Road

Reference number: 590

Local dignitaries gather to help inaugurate a new garden on Gatley Road close to the White Hart, created by the Cheadle Civic Society

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Hall Grove

Reference number: 592

Hall Grove behind St Mary's church

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Hall Street

Reference number: 591

 Hall Street behind St Mary's church

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Haw Bank

Reference number: 533

The front of Haw Bank house before it underwent extensive redevelopment in the early 1980s

 

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Haw Bank

Reference number: 691

The front wall of the old Haw Bank building opposite Cheadle Green which was retained as part of a major building renovation

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Haw Bank

Reference number: 690

The front wall of the old Haw Bank building opposite Cheadle Green which was retained as part of a major building renovation

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Haw Bank

Reference number: 524

The redevelopment of the old Haw Bank house opposite Cheadle Green which includes the original front wall

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Lime Grove

Reference number: 595

Lime Grove, parallel with the north side of High Street

 

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Lime Grove

Reference number: 593

 

Lime Grove, parallel with north side of High Street

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Massie Street

Reference number: 467

The gardens outside of Trinity Church on east side of Massie Street

 

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Meadows of Cheadle

Reference number: 125

Owner Bill Hollingsworth (left) and his assistant in their Meadows of Cheadle bicycle shop on south side of Gatley Road, close to the junction with Wilmslow Road

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Milton Crescent

Reference number: 469

Typical large old family houses from the late 19th Century on Milton Crescent which have now been demolished and replaced

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Milton Crescent

Reference number: 450

Large old metal barn which formerly stood amongst the houses on Milton Crescent

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Milton Crescent

Reference number: 470

Typical large old family houses from the late 19th Century on Milton Crescent which have now been demolished and replaced

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Milton Crescent

Reference number: 462

Houses on Milton Crescent

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St Andrew's church

Reference number: 384

St Andrew's church on Cheadle Road, Cheadle Hulme was built in 1959 as a "daughter" church to St Mary's to serve the expanding community

 

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St Andrew's church

Reference number: 390

The inside of St Andrew's church on Cheadle Road in Cheadle Hulme

 

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St Mary's church wedding

Reference number: 760
Group photograph following the wedding of local girl Janeth Hohne and Didsbury based Brian Fisher outside St Mary's church in 1987

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