Hyde Name Origins.

The name "HYDE" is derived from the hide, a measure of land for taxation purposes, taken to be that area of land necessary to support a peasant family. In later times it was taken to be equivalent to 120 acres .
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Saturday, 10 November 2012

Remembrance Day

Tomorrow is Remembrance Day and, appropriately, this year it's on a Sunday. This is what the Tameside website says about Remembrance Services in Hyde:
Hyde
Central
Parade will assemble in Greenfield Street at 2pm and proceed via Market Street, Union Street, Travis Street, Mount Street, Ridling Lane, Frank Street, Orchard Street, John Shepley Street, Mottram Road, Union Street, Travis Street, Reynold Street and Crook Street to Hyde Central Methodist Church for a Remembrance Service at 2.30pm. At the conclusion of the Service, the Parade will return to Hyde Town Hall via Crook Street, Union Street and Market Street for a Wreath Laying Ceremony at approximately 3.30pm. The Stalybridge Old Band will lead the Parade. At the conclusion of this event, wreaths will be laid at the Falklands Tree Memorial on Stockport Road.

Newton
Parade will depart Rosemount Methodist Church at 10am and proceed to the War Memorial at the George & Dragon Square, Bennett Street for a short Service of Remembrance and Wreath Laying Ceremony commencing at 10.15am. Service to be conducted by the Rev’d Alan Bolton. At the conclusion of the Service the Parade will return to Rosemount Methodist Church via the same route to disperse. The St John’s (Mossley) Band will lead the Parade.
Werneth
A procession will assemble at the Visitors Centre, Higham Lane departing at 11.45am for the Cenotaph on Werneth Low where a short Service of Remembrance and Wreath Laying Ceremony will be held at 12noon (Vehicular access will be made available).

6 comments:

Werneth Low said...

Breath-taking shots of the Low, Dave. Thanks a million.

Hydonian said...

Thanks Dave. fantastic photos of the Low.
A fitting place for War Heroes to be remembered.

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

Is the Big Tree now known officially as the Falklands Tree? It also commemorates troops killed in Northern Ireland.

Simon Pickford said...

Thanks Dave for the photos. I have only recently found that my two great uncles Frank and Harold Beard are commemorated there and so will travel up from Birmingham and attend a future rememberance service . It looks a beautiful spot. My family owned Beard's Outfitters at 96/98 Market Street at the time of WW1.

Tom said...

Beautiful pictures.... thank you Dave...

Shaun Carr said...

I served on HMS Glamorgan the last ship to be hit by an Argentine Exocet during the Falklands conflict,at the time my home address was 171 Stockport rd,
I moved to California a couple of years after the Conflict ended. I lost 14 good friends June the 12th 1982,. I just found out about the BIG TREE and think it was a brilliant idea and the fact it has to be close to my home at the time is amazing I always felt I left something behind there. thank you so much for the photo. Shaun P Carr