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Part one (PDF, 4.8MB)

Unlocking Knowsleys Hidden Gems

TWO DOGS

Chestnut Avenue

Kingsway

Wallace Drive

Bluebell Lane

Dinas Lane

Fieldway

Altmoor Rd

Sandyway

Charnwood Rd


First published 2010

Amanda Meaghan

First published 2010

Amanda Meaghan

In Partnership with Knowsleys Arts &

Heritage Services ‘Unlocking

In Knowsleys Partnership Hidden with Knowsleys Gems’ Project. Arts &

Heritage Services ‘Unlocking

Knowsleys Hidden Gems’ Project.


CONTENTS

Introduction

Foreword

The Writers

The Origins of Huyton

Famous Huytonians

Did You Know Stuff

From a village to a Town

Moving to Huyton On a handcart

Make do and mend

Wartime Memories

Internment Camps

Camp Stories

Eagle and Child & other pubs

Childhood Days

School Days and playing out

Games we used to play

Funny Stories

Discipline

Morris Minor Van Man

Caldwell Poems

Pagemoss Trams & Ditty

Church Days In Huyton

Memories flashbacks

Biographies

Local Pictures

Compiled By Amanda Meaghan and residents

Old Huyton Map of

Huyton




Bucket List

Caldwell poem

More Local Pictures


Unlocking Knowsleys Hidden Gems

‘Huyton, Huyton

Two Dogs Fightun’

One’s a Black and

ones a White ‘un’

An old rhyme of unknown origin

mentioned by

J.E. Lloyd, in “English Villages in Rhyme”,

Published in the Geographical Magazine

1944

Compiled By Amanda Meaghan

With residents from

Huyton

This book has been compiled with the support of Funding by

the Heritage Lottery fund and supported by Knowsleys Arts

and Heritage Service.

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