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Church Inn

Church Inn, Stockport

Picture source: Peter Ashworth

The Church Inn was situated on Moseley Street.
This was one of the most popular pubs in Stockport in the 1970's and was full every afternoon and evening. It was ran by the Clifford family and was the starting point for the Edgeley pram race and was the main place for all the street parties. Including the queens jubilee.
Katherine Horrabin (November 2011)

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Name Dates Comments
Katherine Horrabin   Who ran the pub before the 1970's?
Dean Robinson 1960/1970 The Church was owned by my Grandparents, Aida and Joseph Clifford,ex naval officer. After Joe past away my Auntie Pat and Aida ran the pub.Always full of characters anytime of the day. Littlemore AFC used it after games, Aida would cook a massive pot of Ham shank soup. The Police drank there after they had finished their shifts,I remember waking up to a bag at the door in the early hours.The fun run was always a great day.