Marple Local History Society

Marple, Marple Bridge, Mellor, Compstall, Strines, Hawk Green, Rose Hill, High Lane.

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  1. Stockport District and Local Centre signs

    19th century when it was given to Charles Nevill as a wedding present by his father Mr T.H. Nevill, who was a director of Strines Print Works. Later it came into the ownership of Hazel Grove and Bramhall Urban District Council, and from them to...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Martin Cruickshank
    • Category: Our Local Heritage
  2. 13th November: 'Marple in the 17th century'

    And the biggest and best dwellings owned by people just below the level of local gentry. Buildings such as Barnsfold Manor, Strines Hall and probably what is the best seventeenth century house in our area - Mellor Hall with a datestone of 1688. The...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Martin Cruickshank
    • Category: Meetings 2023 - 2024
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Marple Local History Society would like to thank Mark Whittaker for his indispensable help and contribution in designing and setting up this website, which he continues to host on behalf of the Society.

About the Society

The Society was formed in 1961, following almost a decade of interest in local history matters. Originally called The Marple Antiquarian Society, it changed its name to The Marple Local History Society in 1990. The Society is a Registered Charity, 500099.

Monthly meetings are held between September and April, several field trips are made each year. The society publishes a range of publications, has an active archive session on Thursday mornings, and organises occasional exhibitions.

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