WikiWirral 13yrs online 24/7 365 days a year.
Forum Stats
12226 Members
65 Forums
72760 Topics
980653 Posts
65 posts in the last 24hrs
Max Online: 7831 @ 8th Apr 2013 4:18pm
Who's Online - Click Me
83 registered (11kendo, 16 invisible), 1791 Guests and 167 Spiders online.
Key: Admin, Global Mod, Mod
Social Media : Follow Us


(Views 7days)This Weeks Most Read
Doris is on her way 1335
Internet Explorer Not Working 414
Is This ART ? 411
Dangerous Tumble Dryers 361
Chef's knife. 360
roofers 261
Wirral Bus Review 261
Aerial engineer 237
TV wall mount wanted. 181
Removal of Shed Timber 161
New General Forums
Story
by venice
12:10 AM
Nigel Farage speaks at the CPAC.
by snowhite
24th Feb 2017 6:28pm
Is This ART ?
by granny
23rd Feb 2017 9:56am
Wirral track renewal
by snowhite
22nd Feb 2017 2:42pm
New Wirral History
Seeking old pictures of Egerton Street area, Birkenhead
by yoller
19th Feb 2017 7:53pm
TS Indefatigable
by granny
18th Feb 2017 3:32pm
RIP : Chris Kay
by granny
31st Aug 2016 9:25am
Children's home on the Overchurch
by xleahx
26th Apr 2011 7:01pm
423 Archers, Wirral Mark Rake, Wirral, Merseyside
by derekdwc
13th Sep 2009 10:50pm
Forum Tips
Photo Gallery Forums
Birkenhead Transport Museum 24th Feb 2017
fireworks on the Mersey last night
Topic Replies
What song are you listening to?
by snowhite
11:33 PM
St Gabriel's Convent, Liverpool
by cools
10:56 PM
Croxteth Hall (and park)
by diggingdeeper
10:08 PM
Patio work
by steamfan
05:51 PM
USB to wall socket
by venice
05:06 PM
Tranmere Rovers
by spinner1
02:20 PM
2x Brit Floyd tickets 3rd March City entrance
by ambersmum
10:46 AM
Removal of Shed Timber
by fish5133
25th Feb 2017 10:45pm
Is This ART ?
by Greenwood
25th Feb 2017 7:06pm
February
M Tu W Th F Sa Su
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28
Recent Posts : What's On ?
Croxteth Hall (and park)
by diggingdeeper
10:08 PM
Lion Salt Works/Weaver Hall Museum
by venice
19th Feb 2017 12:19pm
Page 1 of 2 1 2 >
Topic Options
Rate This Topic
#952831 - 27th Jun 2015 6:06pm North end bidston
BennyBoy Offline
Addict

Registered: 15th Nov 2009
Posts: 252
Loc: noctorum
Hi all

Wondering if you can help me understand something about the north end of bidston.

As with wood church , noctorum and beechwood (ford) these were built
Post war as part of social regeneration and also later on the removal of tenement flats similar to what was happening in Liverpool at the time

I know that north end bidston was built in the 30's but from my knowledge,
No social schemes existed at this time?

Where they built for the people in the old dock cottages? Where they built as private houses and then subsequently made into council houses?

Any info would be appreciated

Top
Wirral History Info Advertising
Click me for more Information......

WikiWirral Numbers : Between 150 and 200 New Members Every Month. With Over 3,500 unique visits and 35,000 Page Views each day. Average +500 Search Engines Daily and over 1,000,000 Million Page views a Month. Advertising from £20 . Click Me
#952835 - 27th Jun 2015 7:00pm Re: North end bidston [Re: BennyBoy]
jimbob Offline

Forum Addict

Registered: 26th Nov 2008
Posts: 1537
Loc: Birkenhead
social schemes { houses} is a post war use of the word. There where lots of area's where houses where built and owned by the corporation between the 2 world wars. Have a drive round Rock Ferry, New Ferry also the area between Old Chester road/ Birket road just passed Egerton Park and up by Alexandrea Drive and to name just a few areas.
_________________________
Ships that pass in the night, seldom seen and soon forgoten

Top
#952839 - 27th Jun 2015 7:39pm Re: North end bidston [Re: jimbob]
bert1 Offline

Wiki Veteran

Registered: 27th Nov 2008
Posts: 7852
Loc: tranmere
A starting point would be, Homes fit for Heroes or Land fit for Heroes, promises made after the first world war. Not that they were all carried out, but some advancement was made regarding better housing.
_________________________
God help us,
Come yourself,
Don't send Jesus,
This is no place for children.


Bertieone.

Top
#952842 - 27th Jun 2015 8:54pm Re: North end bidston [Re: BennyBoy]
davew3 Offline
Forum Guide

Registered: 16th Jun 2009
Posts: 1024
Loc: Wirral
Always thought the houses on the lhs from the closed down catholic church to the underground air raid shelters were owned and rented out by one of the old now long bought out estate agents in Hamilton square, can't remember the company.

Top
#952850 - 27th Jun 2015 9:27pm Re: North end bidston [Re: BennyBoy]
fish5133 Online   content
Forum Master

Registered: 22nd Mar 2010
Posts: 2823
Loc: Heswallish
search youtube--theres some interesting documentaries about the North End--you may pick a snippet or two up on those.

Top
#953168 - 30th Jun 2015 1:09pm Re: North end bidston [Re: BennyBoy]
BandyCoot Offline

Forum Veteran

Registered: 7th Dec 2008
Posts: 5349
Loc: Birkenhead
Corpy houses on Hoylake Rd. My uncle was moved there from Back St Anne Street when it was demolished. Other relatives in the Rivers street from Vine Street and lots from Payson Street as well. Always understood the lot to be Corporation housing.
_________________________
Birkenhead........ God's own Room 101.

Top
#953169 - 30th Jun 2015 1:13pm Re: North end bidston [Re: BennyBoy]
_Ste_ Offline


Wiki Master

Registered: 7th Aug 2005
Posts: 15986
Loc: New Brighton
Were they built for paupers?
_________________________


http://www.youtube.com/user/stetopop

Top
#953224 - 30th Jun 2015 8:10pm Re: North end bidston [Re: _Ste_]
locomotive Online   content
Addict

Registered: 18th Dec 2013
Posts: 220
Loc: Upton, Wirral
By todays standards, in the 40s and 50s, I think you could have classed most of us as paupers.

Top
#961007 - 9th Sep 2015 9:13pm Re: North end bidston [Re: BennyBoy]
leliann Offline
Newbeee

Registered: 26th Jan 2008
Posts: 10
Loc: moreton
The houses on Hoylake road where built by the council. My great grandad was a councillor at the time and got to pick the one he and his family lived in when they moved from Wellesley Street. My nan still lived there age 94 having moved in when she was 14.

Top
#993871 - 3rd Dec 2015 11:26pm Re: North end bidston [Re: BennyBoy]
red_devil Offline
Newbeee

Registered: 23rd Nov 2009
Posts: 37
Loc: Sutton Coldfield
the North End in the mid 60s to early 70s had a bad name which included Ilchester Square. Areas in those days had 'gangs' and rivalled each other with 'raids' into someone elses patch. I belinged to Moreton, we used to 'raid' Hoylake frequently, whho were mods with scooters who hanged out in The Lantern. I recall on occasion the NE came into Moreton and caused some fracas but not details. Woodchurch used to visit Moreton too, and we ended up banding together. But the north End, no way, we left that alone, so did everyone else to my knowledge.


Edited by red_devil (3rd Dec 2015 11:27pm)

Top
#993918 - 4th Dec 2015 5:37pm Re: North end bidston [Re: BennyBoy]
fish5133 Online   content
Forum Master

Registered: 22nd Mar 2010
Posts: 2823
Loc: Heswallish
Sad old days of the NEBB,WEBB,FEBB and SEBB. Felt a bit left out living in Upton as we didn't really have an estate and UEBB didn't quite have the same ring. So we became "plastic" rockers. Leather jackets, long hair and no motorbikes. Secretly envying the mods with their motorised hairdriers. Quite enjoy seeing the aged mods and bikers all meeting up and sharing tales.

Top
#993926 - 4th Dec 2015 7:19pm Re: North end bidston [Re: fish5133]
starakita Online   content

Forum Addict

Registered: 1st Oct 2009
Posts: 2212
Loc: between heaven & hell
Originally Posted By: fish5133
Sad old days of the NEBB,WEBB,FEBB and SEBB. Felt a bit left out living in Upton as we didn't really have an estate and UEBB didn't quite have the same ring. So we became "plastic" rockers. Leather jackets, long hair and no motorbikes. Secretly envying the mods with their motorised hairdriers. Quite enjoy seeing the aged mods and bikers all meeting up and sharing tales.
you left out EBB vanmanone can fill you in on that one
_________________________
no1s gonna keep me from u

Top
#993928 - 4th Dec 2015 7:52pm Re: North end bidston [Re: BennyBoy]
Erainn Offline
Smartchild

Registered: 28th Jan 2011
Posts: 555
Loc: London
Ah yes the NEBB, flemings jeans, feather cuts and cherry red boots..not my cup-of-tea, as a member of 'Attila's Horde' it was more cut-off denim, leather jackets and heading over to North Wales or The Empress in New Brighton smile


Edited by Erainn (4th Dec 2015 7:54pm)

Top
#1026382 - 25th Nov 2016 11:02pm Re: North end bidston [Re: BennyBoy]
charlie123 Offline
Beginner

Registered: 24th Aug 2016
Posts: 4
Loc: liverpool
i was with Attila's Horde myself back in the early 1970s,i used to come over to the central hotel in higher shotton on a thursday night with other members,we came from the other side of the river and used to head through the tunnel,i've have been trying to track down any photos of the horde but have had no luck so far,if anyone knows of any i'd be glad to hear from them.

Top
#1026388 - 26th Nov 2016 12:39am Re: North end bidston [Re: charlie123]
fish5133 Online   content
Forum Master

Registered: 22nd Mar 2010
Posts: 2823
Loc: Heswallish
Originally Posted By: charlie123
i was with Attila's Horde myself back in the early 1970s,i used to come over to the central hotel in higher shotton on a thursday night with other members,we came from the other side of the river and used to head through the tunnel,i've have been trying to track down any photos of the horde but have had no luck so far,if anyone knows of any i'd be glad to hear from them.


My newly acquired second hand £70 BSA C15 got me to the top of my road before conking out. Never got that far. Stripped it down which was easy-- couldn't piece it back together so sold it back to the guy I bought it from for £20. End of my biking day

Try this link Charlie
http://welshmotorcycleclubhistory.weebly.com/pictures---remember.html


Edited by fish5133 (26th Nov 2016 12:43am)

Top
Page 1 of 2 1 2 >

Moderator:  Mark 
Random Wirral Images

Click to View Topic.
Newest Topics
Croxteth Hall (and park)
by diggingdeeper
10:08 PM
St Gabriel's Convent, Liverpool
by diggingdeeper
05:58 PM
USB to wall socket
by venice
01:04 PM
Tranmere Rovers
by cools
25th Feb 2017 9:17pm
Removal of Shed Timber
by Julie64
25th Feb 2017 1:31pm
For Sale & Free
Blaupunkt 32" tv
by jaylow
25th Feb 2017 3:04pm
2 x Sum 41 tickets Manchester 25/02
by turnip
24th Feb 2017 7:47am
Sony Smartwatch 2
by Mike_Hoylake
23rd Feb 2017 9:25pm
Brother printer
by saltytom
23rd Feb 2017 11:02am
Mk6 Golf TDI 1.6
by Cjoshea
22nd Feb 2017 11:05pm
Featured Member
Registered: 31st Dec 2008
Posts: 578
Newest Members
catchthepigeon_, Scoobyp1, Bradshawbatho, raybb, CliveK
12226 Registered Users
Today's Birthdays
No Birthdays
New Wirral Info
Croxteth Hall (and park)
by diggingdeeper
10:08 PM
Removal of Shed Timber
by Julie64
25th Feb 2017 1:31pm
Aerial engineer
by ponytail
23rd Feb 2017 6:01pm
roofers
by thisledous
23rd Feb 2017 4:44pm
Lion Salt Works/Weaver Hall Museum
by paxvobiscum
18th Feb 2017 9:19pm
News : New Topics
Wirral Bus Review
by Norton
24th Feb 2017 11:42am
Dangerous Tumble Dryers
by diggingdeeper
23rd Feb 2017 2:03pm
Doris is on her way
by granny
22nd Feb 2017 8:43pm
Hezballah
by venice
17th Feb 2017 11:15am
On-street parking charges dropped
by oldpm01
15th Feb 2017 9:10am
New Enthusiast Forums
St Gabriel's Convent, Liverpool
by diggingdeeper
05:58 PM
USB to wall socket
by venice
01:04 PM
Tranmere Rovers
by cools
25th Feb 2017 9:17pm
Chef's knife.
by Beethoven
23rd Feb 2017 12:39pm
irish music entertainer for St Patrick's night
by kazaroo
22nd Feb 2017 3:07pm
(Views 24hrs)Trending Newest Topics
USB to wall socket 151
St Gabriel's Convent, Liverpool 29
Croxteth Hall (and park) 11
Birkenhead Transport Museum 24th Feb 2017 8
Story 0
Wirral Sunrise Sunset
Sunrise Mon 7:02am
Sunset Mon 5:47pm
Local Time Mon 1:57am
WikiWirral Can . . . .