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Sunday Stroll in Chipping

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David C Procter
Very nice photos its a walk i must do sometime. I never saw a map of the walk or did i miss it.

Ady Hoyle
I was born and brought up in Chipping. This brought back a lot of happy chidhood memories - thanks. Just one point, picture 23 is of the old John Brab's school at the entrance to Windy Street, not Water Street. A smashing family called Neary used to live there when I was a lad. My Granny lived next door.

John Dempster
I lived at Chalk Hall for many years (Captain Alston's)this name is linked with the civil war round about the mid 17thcentury. All the rivers in the area flow westerly where as the loud flows easterly due to ice age activity.Sorry to see Park Styles left in such a state it was on the old pale boundary which was a medievil hunting area linked with Elizaber I, the name Pale pops up in few places around chipping

M Butters
If as your caption says, the Post Office seems to be a busy branch, why has the Post office decided to close it ???

L Howson
I was very interested to see the photo of Dinkling Green, the Howson family lived here back in 1620

G.L. Sven
Your wonderful photo of the old stone house at Lickhurst Farm could well be the former home of my GreatX3 Grandparents! I can't thank you enough for this as I live along ways away from this beautiful area of Lancashire. Many thanks from Canada!

W E Brown
Thank you for the pictures of St Bartholomews Church & Lickhurst Farm . A second cousin who lives in Canada told me of your site . Our anscestors were married & worked the farm in the mid 1800s . How lovely to see such nice pictures , wonderful .

John Ball
Thankyou so much from the memories you brought back to me from the stroll around chipping which was a favourite part of the uk for my late wife and myself after her death i have moved to canada and still have these lovely views etched in my mind thanks once again and hope there are many more super sunday strolls in the pipeline

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