Stockport Heritage Trust

Protecting the past for future generations

Registered charity no. 700124

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Links to Related Websites

 

www.stockporttrust.blogspot.com        Keep up to date with recent and forthcoming events, view the past postings, and have your say!

www.stockportheritagemagazine.co.uk    Information on the popular magazine's history, and details of back copies and other merchandise.

What's On - Heritage in Stockport    Facebook Group dedicated to heritage themed events in Stockport - list your group's heritage event free!

Stockport Building Preservation Trust   Dedicated to the preservation of buildings of historical, architectural or constructional interest, in and around the Stockport Metropolitan Borough

Stockport Memories   Blog for Stockport  folks’ memories, contributors welcome

Heaton Norris Memories  Lots of photos and maps from Heaton Norris folk past & present. Discussion forums too.

www.stockporttowncentre.com  Info & links to all things Stockport

Staircase House  Official Council Website

Chester Archives  View records/newspapers etc. from Stockport or Cheshire's past.


Family History

Cheshire Births, Marriages & Deaths Official records site with free searchable database of births, marriages & deaths from 1837.

Lancashire Births, Marriages & Deaths Official records site with free searchable database from 1837.

Commonwealth War Graves Commission non-profit making organisation with a searchable database of 1.7 million service personnel killed in the First & Second World Wars   

Carl's Cam  Very well researched database of names on Stockport's War Memorials, including those inside churches/schools etc. Excellent links page too.

War memorials online   ‘an unprecedented opportunity for the public to upload images of war memorials and log concerns for the conservation of these important community and historical sources for future generations.’