Pictures of Lymm
The picturesque village of Lymm is situated in the the county of Cheshire, England, and was mentioned in the Doomsday book of 1086. It's name is of Celtic origins and means "Place of running water" probably derived from an ancient stream that ran through the center of the village, as today does the Bridgewater canal which was an important transportation link during the 19th century. The village of Lymm is a designated conservation area which is noted for its many historic buildings such as the French style terracotta former town hall, its listed churches such as St Peter's church, and St Mary's Church which overlooks Lymm Dam. Lymm Cross is a Grade I listed structure dating from the 17th century, next to which stand the village stocks which are Grade II listed.
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