Cheadle was one of two branches opened by the Society during 1977, the Queen’s Silver Jubilee Year – the other being Congleton – and is conveniently located within the busy market town’s main shopping area.
Older customers and residents may remember the premises before then as Pepper’s, a traditional stationery business run by two brothers, the Messrs Pepper.
The town itself dates back to Anglo-Saxon times and is most noted for its Catholic church, which was designed by Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin – famous for his gothic designs in the Houses of Parliament.
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