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Cheddleton, North Staffs
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Lodge to Basford Hall is a Grade II listed building in Cheddleton, Staffordshire, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building. A visit to Cheddleton before the NSR trains ventured out onto the then fairly recently closed Leekbrook Junction 'main line' ST 'Josiah Wedgewood' i.
- The images will refresh every 10 to 20 seconds when the Webcams are running. - Click on camera name for larger image in a new window - All webcams normally broadcast between & except for Cheddleton Station Signal Box which operates between & - This page runs a refresh script. Directions From the north: M6 Junct A towards Stoke. A53 signed for Leek. In Leek, turn right at first set of traffic lights, onto A 3 miles will bring you into Cheddleton. Turn left at bottom of hill into Station Road – We are ½ along this road. From the south: M6 Junction [ ].
The Staffordshire walks listed below cater for walkers of all abilities from easy low-level routes to harder routes involving more ascent. All walks are free to download and print and all routes have GPS files. The county has much to offer walkers from the Peak District National Park in the north, to Cannock Chase AONB and Kinver Edge further. Max Chadwick & David Pearson, A History of St. Edward’s Hospital, Cheddleton near Leek (Churnet Valley Books, ) R.B. Cornwell, The History of the Cheddleton Hospital Railway () Edward D. Myers, A History of Psychiatry in North Staffordshire (Churnet Valley Books, ).
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Cheddleton, North Staffordshire, a Village History. Robert Milner. The Society, - Cheddleton (Staffordshire) - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book.
What people are saying - Write a review. North Staffs book Cheddleton, North Staffordshire, a Village History: Editor: Robert Milner: Contributor. For a village, there is far more to Cheddleton than meets the eye.
It boasts a number of grand gentlemen’s residences, mostly still occupied as private homes, a beautiful cruck-framed farmhouse and two museums; one dedicated to the railway, and the other to the village’s watermills and industrial past. Book an ad; Buy a photo Stoke-on-Trent News The Leek South and Cheddleton area saw the highest number of Covid with more deaths also confirmed at other hospitals in North Staffordshire and.
Books and journals Beckett, J H, 'Transactions of the North Staffordshire Field Club' in Transactions of the North Staffordshire Field Club, Vol.
57, (), Johnstone, JD, 'Transactions of the North Staffordshire Field Club' in Transactions of the North Staffordshire Field Club, Vol. 83, (), Rownall Hall is the pleasant seat of Smith Child, Esq, MP, who was elected one of the parliamentary representatives of North Staffordshire Cheddleton February, Wetley Rocks give name to a long village, picturesquely situated five miles S of Leek, and six miles E by N of Hanley.
The village is in Cheddleton township, and has many neat stone houses. Cheddleton Asylum (St. Edwards) St. Edwards Hospital, photographed in the s prior to closure () In the s, Burntwood had eased the pressure on Staffordshire’s asylum accommodation problem. However, in the Lunacy Commissioners commented on overcrowding in the two asylums, and that Staffordshire also had patients.
Historical description. Cheddleton, a village, a township, and a parish in Staffordshire. North Staffs book The township is conjoint with Rownall township, including part of Cellar-Head hamlet, lies near the Cauldon Canal and the river Churnet, 3 miles S of Leek, and has two stations (Cheddleton and Wall Grange) on the North Staffordshire railway.
The hospital is now run by North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust. [For further information see 'A History of St Edward Hospital, Cheddleton near Leek' by Max Chadwick and David Pearson] The collection is strongest on patient records with detailed patient case notes that cover the period from the opening of the hospital in and.
Cheddleton Village. 1K likes. The beautiful village of Cheddleton in the Staffordshire MoorlandsFollowers: K. Glencote Caravan Park, an idyllic, multi award-winning park nestles in the valley of the River Churnet, providing an oasis of relaxation, with an easy pace and a peaceful atmosphere.
Just a 5 minute drive from the historic market town of Leek yet surrounded by beautiful countryside, impressive hills and delightful dales. Adventure awaits those who [ ]. [Extract from Cheddleton, North Staffordshire; A Village History compiled by members of the Cheddleton Historical and Archaeological Society Edited by Robert Milner pp].
[ Reply to This ] Re: The Butter Cross (Cheddleton) (Score: 1). Cheddleton Station is located towards the northern end of the current Churnet Valley line and is the headquarters of the railway.
It is one of only three original Churnet Valley Stations that have survived demolition in the s and s (the other two being Rushton and Alton). About this Item: The Trustees of the Cheddleton Flint Mill Preservation Trust.
Condition: Very Good. Booklet. Pictorial card covers. Staple bound. x mm. [20 pp.] A paper from the North Staffordshire Journal of Field Studies (Volume 9,pp. ), reprinted with extra illustrated material. Seller Inventory # HD Deposited parish registers at Staffordshire Record Office Bap Mar Bur Lichfield Record Office holdings of Bishop's Transcripts Bap Mar Bur Census records [edit | edit source].
/3 - A List of Families in Cheddleton, Staffordshire Genealogy /3 FHL British Book B4sc ser. 4 v. 8. Cheddleton is served by the 16 Hanley-Leek service and Longton-Leek. Book to Station Road (Red Lion Inn) or Basford Bridge Lane, from either of which stops the station is approximately minutes walk.
Consall Station is approximately 5 minutes walk from the Black Lion Inn at Consall Forge on the Caldon Canal. Head chef sets up restaurant-quality meal delivery service from his North Staffordshire home - and the menu looks delicious.
from Cheddleton, we are doing our own books and everything. Cheddleton is located on the road from Leek to Cheadle, settled in the rolling landscape of North Staffordshire. For a village, there is far more to Cheddleton than meets the eye.
It boasts a number of grand gentlemen's residences, mostly still occupied as private homes, a beautiful cruck-framed farmhouse and two museums; one dedicated to the.
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History Background. Cheddleton was the third and final county asylum in Staffordshire (although smaller private asylums existed), built to accommodate patients from the north and supplement Burntwood Asylum and Stafford carrying out at least 13 site inspections to sites including Bramshall, Knenhall near Moddershall, and Wetley Rocks, acres (71 ha) Coordinates: 53°4′49″N 2°2′24″W / °N .'Cheddleton, North Staffordshire, A Village History' Ed by Robert Milner Publishedby Cheddleton Historical & Archaeological Society.
Return to top of page REQUEST TO REMOVE Cheddleton.Coronavirus: Thank you for your continued support in these difficult times. Since our office and factory are in a rural area, our staff travel to work individually by car and we have enough space to maintain social distancing, so in consultation with our staff, we have decided to remain open for business unless government policy changes.