Hatton Posts!

I’ve uploaded pages today about Hatton Common, The Hatton Arms and John James Whitley, together with pictures of Hatton Sunday School c1950 and All Saints’ Choir c1950.

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WW2 Soldiers

Our list of names of WW2 servicemen and women comes largely from the Parish Magazine of the time.  It listed the men and women from each village who returned to […]

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Remembrance 2020

Our soldiers are not forgotten, nor are their families or the villages they left behind.  Remembrance services will be restricted this year, but find out how you can be a […]

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Mort’s Wood

Mort’s Wood is in Daresbury and a small part is accessible via a permissive footpath.  It was named after James Mort, a tenant farmer in the mid 19th century.  Read […]

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VE Day

We are not able to celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE Day as we intended, but nevertheless, some celebrations will take place around the parish. We’d love to collect photos […]

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Pitts Heath Wood

A real piece of ‘Hidden Nature’ – difficult to find, difficult to access – please preserve it.  Read about it and see some pictures here.

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