Page 9, 24th August 1935

24th August 1935
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Page 9, 24th August 1935 — VILLAGE STAYS INDEPENDENT At Least For Ten Years
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VILLAGE STAYS INDEPENDENT At Least For Ten Years

The village of Disley, Cheshire, is to retain its independence.

The Ministry of Health formerly suggested that Disley should be combined with Margie, while the Cheshire county council wanted to add it to MacclesSeld rural council.

Disley is determined to prove that it is capable of looking after its own interests, although the ministry's communication suggests the possibility of a review of the position Later.

This, it is understood, is not likely to take place for at least ten years.




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