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ISSUE 4 CONTENTS
A Stroll Down Memory Lane
With Lloyd Greenwood
Lloyd continues his boyhood stroll down Memory Lane, taking us round one of the oldest areas in Hebden Bridge.
Says Lloyd: Bridge Mill is one of the oldest buildings in town. A former corn mill, in my young day it housed clothiers Greenwood and Pickles. On the corner was a sweet shop with an open counter under an awning. This spot was always known as "Lazy Nook." There was also a tripe shop run by Farrars, who prepared the delicacy at their premises in Horsehold Road.
Lloyd visits Crown Street in our autumn issue - and reveals the major part the Co-op played in the life of the town.
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Lloyd well remembers St George's Square in the 1960s, when you could enjoy a cuppa at the Corner Cafe and the square had yet to be pedestrianised.
Read the full story in Milltown Memories, issue 4. If this or other stories stirs a memory, we'd be happy to know - send us your memories and comments.