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Page 1

St Mary, Alderley and the old school

Page 2

Alderley Mill

Page 3

Annie's Shop

Page 4

Around Alderley

 
The Church of St Mary, Alderley
The Church of St Mary, Alderley, in late summer B Hilary Hartigan 2009
Rhododendrons in the Churchyard at Alderley
Rhododendrons in the Churchyard, a bright, spring afternoon B Hilary Hartigan 2009
Inside the Church of St Mary, Alderley
Just a glimpse of the Church interior with the private Stanley Pew on the right B Hilary Hartigan 2009
Under the old yew tree at Alderley
The old yew tree, now very gnarled and sprawling, shades part of the Churchyard B Hilary Hartigan 2009
Alderley Churchyard
One of the older sections of the Churchyard with a view across Church Fields B Hilary Hartigan 2009
Memorial at Alderley
This is the memorial to the men of Nether Alderley who died in The Great War; the memorial is situated inside St Mary's Church, Alderley B Hilary Hartigan 2009
The Minstrel's Gallery at St Mary, Alderley
Organ pipes in the Minstrel's Gallery and coats of arms from the Stanley family B Hilary Hartigan 2009
The Church of St Mary, Alderley
The striking, square tower (before its recent restoration) at St Mary, Alderley B Hilary Hartigan 2009
The Church of St Mary, Alderley
A very quiet corner of the Church grounds, away from the main entrance to the Church B Hilary Hartigan 2009
The Church of St Mary, Alderley
A different view of the Church, again showing different stages of building and a lot of variation in the colour of the stones B Hilary Hartigan 2009
The Church of St Mary, Alderley
These pictures were taken on a clear but cold winter's day with very weak sunshine, but the charm of the buildings and the mixture of styles and colours are still visible B Hilary Hartigan 2009
The Churchyard at Alderley
Some of the oldest monumental inscriptions relating to the Salthouse and Walters families are to be found under the shade of this tree, at the edge of the Churchyard B Hilary Hartigan 2009
The Church of St Mary, Alderley
The colours on this picture (taken before the recent restoration of the tower) hint at the different ages of parts of the fabric of the Church. The oldest part is the arched porch which dates from the Norman period B Hilary Hartigan 2009
The Old School at Alderley
The old school and school house stand at the entrance to the Churchyard. B Hilary Hartigan 2009
The Old School next to the gates of St Mary, Alderley
The end of Church Lane and the gates to St Mary  B Hilary Hartigan 2009
The Old School at Alderley
This picture of the old school is taken from the turning circle and small car park at the end of Church Lane B Hilary Hartigan 2009
The Old School at Alderley
Mr Hugh Shaw Clerk built this School in the year 1628. Mr Thomas Deane de Park Endowed it January 30th 1684. B Hilary Hartigan 2009 
The Old School at Alderley
Looking from the porch of the Church to the old school house B Hilary Hartigan 2009
The Old School at Alderley
The path at the side of the old school (now the parish hall) leads to a newer section of the cemetery and to the Stanley mausoleum - just visible in the middle distance B Hilary Hartigan 2009
Memorial to the men who served in the Great War, at Alderley
"Parish of Nether Alderley. List of Men From This Parish Who Served With His Majesty's Forces In The Great War 1914-1918". B Hilary Hartigan 2009
Church Fields at Alderley
From the same vantage point at the end of Church Lane, this beautiful oak tree in Church Fields. This is such a quiet place, just sit and enjoy the birdsong, or look over the fence and watch the pheasants B Hilary Hartigan 2009
Church Fields, Alderley
The oak tree, earlier in the season B Hilary Hartigan 2009
Church Fields, Alderley
And the stately tree resting in winter B Hilary Hartigan 2009
Church Fields, Alderley
Finally, looking back to Church Lane, some lovely early autumn colour around Church Fields B Hilary Hartigan 2009

 

 

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