Poulton Whit Walk in the early 1900s passing the old Methodist Chapel on the corner of Chapel Street. The cottages still remain, but the chapel was demolished in 1964 after 150 years of Methodism in the town.
Poulton Whit Walk in the early 1900s passing the old Methodist Chapel on the corner of Chapel Street. The cottages still remain, but the chapel was demolished in 1964 after 150 years of Methodism in the town.

Poulton in pictures: A market town steeped in history

There was a pub on every corner in Poulton, not dissimilar to today with its lively social scene of restaurants and cafe bars

Friday, 1st May 2020, 3:45 pm

Tucked away in rural Fylde, Poulton is a typical Lancashire market town and has seen many changes over the years, whilst still retaining some village-like charm.

These photos depict life in Poulton from the turn of the 20th century until the 1960s. There are also a couple of photos of neighbouring Staining.

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