This booklet was written by Madge Cooper who spent her childhood in Burnage at the end of the nineteenth century. Her home was Cringle Lodge which lay at the north end of Burnage Lane close to Cringle Hall and across from York House, where now a pair of 1920s houses now stand.

The booklet was first privately published by Anne Cooper, who now lives in Burnage. We owe to her the preservation of these memories. Would that other had done the same.

There is an account of the house and family as well as neighbours and friends, of events and holidays.

It is a 32 page A4 booklet and cost 2 in person from Burnage Library or 2.50 incl UK postage from Burnage Heritage.  Order now. Head your email Burnage MEB


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