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  • The Philips Family of the Park

    An Album compiled and described by Ian Pringle, 2009 The current Philips Park was  one sixth of the medieval Pilkington Deer Park. The area of the park became a separate […]

  • Peter Roughan’s memories

    PETER ROUGHAN BORN IN ASHFORD, MIDDLESEX IN 1927 WHEN AND WHY DID YOU COME UP TO THIS AREA? My father was a prison warder and he was transferred to Strangeways. […]

  • AGM October 2017

    Prestwich and Whitefield Heritage Society The Society AGM was held on Tuesday 17th October. The Officers reported on the affairs of the Society. The Accounts showed we are still in […]

  • Society Meeting 9th August 2017

    Above : a Smoking Party given by the Wandering Minstrels with Sim Egerton conducting. Our August meeting was on Wednesday August 9th. A talk concerning Seymour Egerton 4th Earl of […]

  • First talk of the new season.

    Prestwich and Whitefield Heritage Society The first meeting of the new programme took place on Wednesday 26th April. The speaker was Joe O’Neill. His topic was ’The Secrets of the […]

  • Crisis AGM – Please attend

    Prestwich and Whitefield Heritage Society. Make or break AGM. With declining membership and lower numbers at meetings, Prestwich and Whitefield Heritage Society has come to a cross roads. It also […]

  • Peterloo

    Hi all,   Cheetham and Crumpsall heritage Society are organising a walk into town along the Peterloo protestors route.   Martin Gittins is organising it. He has a small group […]

  • Jack’s memorials

      Jack Wilson Barrett. 1946-2015 We are still missing Jack after his sudden and unexpected death last September. He has left a huge hole in the Society which is proving […]

  • Our Lady of Grace R.C. Church, Prestwich

        TALK TO PRESTWICH & WHITEFIELD HERITAGE SOCIETY 16 MARCH 2016 “OUR LADY OF GRACE PARISH AND CHURCH” Monsignor John Allen   Background   We have a long heritage. […]

  • Radcliffe Hall Talk 17th February 2016

    The Society’s new programme began on 17th February with an excellent talk from Carol Kemp of Radcliffe Heritage Society. Her topic was “Digging and delving at Radcliffe Hall”. Radcliffe Hall […]