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D-Day and Cheshire

D-Day and Cheshire

Two recent articles published on the BBC website about the history of D-Day and Cheshire 


The pub where Eisenhower and Patton made D-day plans

Link to read 👉


Country park's huge role in D-Day airbourne assault 

Read the article here 👉





Margaret Roberts

Margaret Roberts

Kate & Roger Reeves
D - Cheshire
Thanks for these articles Margaret - really interesting!
We lived in the Old School, Lower Peover - next to the Bells, but I never knew the full story of it's significance!!
We also had a long association with Manchester Airport. In the late 70s - before it became so commercialised and busy, Roger had a hangar on the south side where he kept a vintage aircraft. Sometimes, when it was not too busy, the chaps in the control tower would ask him to give them a 'fly past and a roll'! Couldn't happen these days.

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