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EXPLORE LYMM whether you are doing  research or are simply curious to find out more about Lymm's past this collection of resources will hopefully encourage you to delve a little deeper into Lymm's history and learn more about topics that particularly interest you. 

Nothing brings the past back to life like the moving image. These film clips go back as far as 1940. Could you add to our collection ?

Another way of telling Lymm's story and great reference material. 

Some of our documents and books,  won't stand repeated handling but the flipbook comes close to the experience of leafing through a book. 

LyDiA- Tye Lymm Digital Archive holds thousands of photos and searchable documents.  




In the end it is people and their stories that are the most valuable aspect of our heritage. From the wealthy and famous to the hard-working labourer.

Useful links to other organisations and websites with insights about Lymm. more suggestions welcome. 

The timeline places one event in the context of others and a pattern emerges of an increasingly developed community. Additions, corrections  and suggestions welcome. 



Trade Directories and other registers give a great insight into the evolving pattern of commerce and population



We are not a museum and have no intention to hoard a large collection. But what we have will be on display and also available for handling collections.

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