Dead, Defunct or Demolished -
Village Walks
March 23rd and April 6th 2pm  
SORRY ALL SOLD OUT. Please email via button below to get your name on the list for future walks and we will  notify you first 

Please be sure to tell us Name, mobile number,  

John Parry grew up in Lymm. He will be known to many as the proprietor of Rushgreen Service Station or more recently as "field-marshal" at Lymm Historic Transport Day. 

John has a host of memories of the shops, businesses and characters of the village during his childhood which he will share with you in his own entertaining and inimitable way. 

If you are a long time Lymm resident it's a chance to take a walk down Memory Lane.  If you are newer to the village it's a great way to get a flavour of how things have changed. 

Lymm once had over 100 shops! yes really.. including 25 grocers, 6 butchers and around 10 sweet shops. You could catch a train to Manchester in 30 minutes for work and go to the cinema on Church Road in the evening.

The walks start at 2pm at the Ranger Hut on Statham Avenue on March 23rd and April 6th ** Please be there for 1.50pm. Likely to last 2 hours maximum. - nothing too strenuous ! 

£5 pay on the day but you MUST reserve your space in advance as numbers are limited to fiteen per walk. 

DON'T DELAY. BOOK TODAY. John's walks ALWAYS sell out. 

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