Read All About It - Neston Newspaper Clippings from Days Gone By - Part 11
|Published: 6th May 2014 10:19|
A further snapshot of Neston's social history, from newspaper clippings of days gone by.
Our thanks to John Cartlidge for researching
All articles below are (c) British Library Board.
First up this week, a nasty accident in Parkgate, as reported in the Cheshire Observer of 21 July 1866:
From the Liverpool Mercury of 3 September 1847, news of a ladies rowing race, with competitors from Neston and Parkgate:
A very old one now...reporting on a Highway Robbery of all things, from the Derby Mercury of 13 June 1760:
Apparently there used to be a Neston and Wirral Savings Bank, as mentioned in this report of a bank fraud from the Liverpool Mercury of 5 April 1864:
Good news for the Parish Church, as the Cheshire Observer reports on new railings being installed, 27 April 1878:
An absolute corker to finish this week's collection. In three parts, the tale of a slippery customer, from the Cheshire Observer of 14 September 1889:
More next week.
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