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Stockport Heritage Magazine (Vol 4.8, July 1999)

Stockport Heritage Magazine
(founded 1987)

This magazine publishes articles on many topics of local interest in the area, and is available from local newsagents about 3 times a year.

Contact:  4 Garden Terrace, Stockport SK6 7EU. Tel: 0161 427 7035 (Office hours)

Volume 4, Number 8
Halls of Science
Long Lane - Cheadle
Bramall Hall



Publications
Anon
(1972) Cheadle & Gatley Official Guide. Cheadle & Gatley UDC. Home Publishing Ltd. 27pp.

Arrowsmith (Peter) (1997) Stockport: A History. Stockport MBC. 301pp. ISBN 0 905164 99 7

Baker GJM (1955) A History of Cheadle Hulme School 1855-1955. Rawson, Manchester. 128pp.

Bedford M, Slater D, Stock A (1996) CHADS Theatre Company - the first seventy-five years.

Bowden (Tom) (1974) Community and Change: A History of Local Government in Cheadle and Gatley. Cheadle & Gatley UDC, ISBN 0 85972 009 8

Clarke (Heather) (1972) Cheadle through the ages. Morten, Manchester. 54pp

Clarke (Heather) & Slate (Dora) (1983) Cheadle Remembered. Richardson, Manchester. 42pp.ISBN 0 907511287

Dean (Barbara E) (1980) Bygone Bramhall: aspects of change in a rural community. Stockport MBC.

Garratt (Morris) (1999) Cheadle Hulme - Pictures & Postcards from the Past. Sigma Leisure, Wilmslow. 82pp. ISBN 1-85058-674-8. www.sigmapress.co.uk

Gluckman (Tim) (1984) Ladybrook Valley Interest Trail. Stockport.

Healy DF, Gill MM, Wood A (1960?) The Cheadle Hulme Trail. Cheadle & Gatley UDC.

Heginbotham (Henry) (1882/1892) Stockport Ancient and Modern. 2 volumes. Sampson, London.

Hudson (John) (1996) Cheadle - Britain in Old Photographs. Sutton Publishing Ltd, Stroud.110pp. ISBN 0-7509-0641-3.

Irwin (Joyce) (1984) What ever happened to Sunday Best? Book Guild, Sussex. (Recollections of childhood in Cheadle Hulme between the two world wars). 55pp. ISBN 0 86332 028 7

Lee (Ben) (1967) A History of Cheadle Hulme and its Methodism 1787-1968.

Lewis (Ann) (1988) Quakers in Cheadle Hulme.

Lightfoot (Geoffrey) (1982) Birds and Butterflies of Cheadle Hulme, Bramhall and Adswood.

Makepeace (Chris E) (1988) Cheadle and Gatley in old picture postcards. European Library, Zaltbommel. ISBN 90 2884674 3/CIP

Moss (Fletcher) (1894) A History of the Old Parish of Cheadle in Cheshire, comprising the townships of Cheadle Moseley, Cheadle Bulkeley and Handforth-cum-Bosden also an account of the Hamlet of Gatley. (Reprinted 1970, Morten, Manchester)

Reid T ed (1979) Cheadle in 1851. Stockport MBC, ISBN 0-905164-00-8. c70pp.

Riley (Peter) (1983) Gatley and Cheadle in Pictures. Prism, Warrington. 31p. ISBN 0946524106

Roberts (Nesta) (1967) Cheadle Royal Hospital: A bicentenary history. Sherratt, Altrincham.

Sheldon (Margaret D) (1963) Improvement ? - Poem. Local Newspaper

Squire (Carole) (1994) Cheadle Hulme: A Brief History. 2nd ed. Stockport Libraries 36pp. ISBN 0-905164-72-5. [1st ed 1976]

Sylvestor (Dorothy) & Nulty (Geoffrey) (1958) The Historical Atlas of Cheshire. Cheshire Community Council, Chester. revised 1966.

Williams (Kathleen I) & Williams (JT) (1998) Long Lane Cheadle Remembered. Two hundred years of a Cheshire Community. Heald Green URC Guild. 90 pp.


Maps
Cheadle Hulme Tithe Map, 1844, J Taylor Redrawn by Frank & Teretta Mitchell, Gatley (1975)

Cheadle Hulme & District, 1882. (1998) Stockport Heritage Maps. Stockport Libraries. ISBN 0 905164 45 8. Includes Morris & Co's Directory & Gazetteer 1874

Interactive Atlas of Great Britain - Ordnance Survey (1997). Attica, Oxford. CD-ROM. ISBN 1-873472-76-5

Seven Arches - Three short walks in the Ladybrook Valley.(1997) Guide No 4. Stockport MBC.



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Acknowledgements
To ALL of the above, and Stockport Libraries (for a superb resource), Microsoft (for the excellent web software), Geocities (for originally hosting the site), A+Art for the animated clip-art, and to Gillian for causing it all! Also thanks to those who have contacted me from all over the world with useful suggestions or links. However, all the mistakes and omissions are mine - let me know. I would also be grateful for the loan of any old photographs or for other information.


Copyright Mike Mahon 1999-2007 - all colour photographs and drawings and text. All other material used is past copyright or has been acknowledged and / or hyperlinked to where possible. Website


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