Halewood Local History Pages


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Mike Royden's Local History Pages

Local History of Liverpool, articles, photos, maps, bulletin board, record office information, University courses, useful links, plus much more. Essential for Local Historians!

Royden History.Co.Uk

Web Sites designed and maintained by Mike Royden - Various Local History Sites - including aspects of Merseyside History, World War One Battlefields and local men who fought, and a History of Ellesmere Port/South Wirral

Knowsley Local History Pages

Includes section on Halewood.


Halewood Society and Education

St. Nicholas, Halewood Parish Church

St. Nicholas Church official site.

Halewood Town Council

This web site is intended to promote the area of Halewood and keep all interested parties aware of what is happening in the Township. If you have any suggestions or information which may be included in this site, please e- mail them.

Halewood Listening Ear

Listening Ear Merseyside provides a range of free, caring and confidential opportunities for you to share your concerns with trained Listeners and Counsellors - People who have time to listen. (Tommy Beesley and I designed and created the original site a few years ago, but this new site looks very attractive and and inviting to those who may need support)

Halewood Labour Party

Halewood Labour Party Website

Halewood Community Spirit

Halewood Community Spirit is a local voluntary organisation and was initiated by a small group of residents to celebrate 50 years since the formation of the Town Estates - which supported the developement of the South Liverpool Car Industry.

Halewood Academy

Local High School web site

Halewood Church of England Primary School

Web site for the village primary school. Useful information for parents and pupils.


Halewood Farming Community

Yew Tree Farm (Lower Road)

Yew Tree Farm has bee run by Graham and Ann Lund for the last twenty years. This working farm is easy to find, set in the beautiful countryside between Liverpool and Widnes. They sell the very best of local produce in their shop in a converted barn. Their range includes farm produce, fresh and frozen meats, ice cream, garden stock and flowers. Say Ann and Graham - "We aim to provide good quality, local food with a warm and friendly welcome"


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