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is known as the Lymm Interchange, and hosts a service station known as the Poplar 2000 services, a well used truck stop.The A56 also passes just south of the village, connecting the nearby towns of Warrington and Altrincham.The earliest photographs of Whitley School are from 1905 and there are many more dating from that time onward.However the first photographs that we are put a name to were taken in 1947.The 1521 tower was retained and raised, but the need for additional stonework meant the tower was rebuilt in 1887.Lymm Cross, usually known simply as "the Cross", is a Grade I listed structure dating from the 17th century, restored in 1897.Peter Ratcliffe’s memories at school are excellently captured in his book Memories of a Whitley Lad, so well worth a read.Peter has also been able to recall nearly all of the pupils’ names: Back Row L – R: Tom Bebbington; Keith Bebbington; John Bennet; Alan Sayer; David Foster; Roger Dimelow Middle Row L – R: Cyril Simpson; Ann Whalley; Phyliss Platt; Wendy Dimelow; unknown; David Cooper Front Row L – R: Olive Plant; Shirley Moores; Betty Bebbington; Marjorie Timmis; Jean Moores; Crow Back Row L-R: Fred Pace; Malcolm Lamb Middle Row L-R: Sid Dimelow; Brian Bebbington; Joan Hesp; Mrs.
Lymm South has two councillors, both Conservative following the 2016 local elections; while the Lymm North and Thelwall ward has three councillors, all Liberal Democrats as of the 2016 elections. Following the 2016 elections, there are seven Liberal Democrats, three Conservatives and two independent councillors. Lymm is home to four primary schools: Oughtrington Community Primary School, Ravenbank Community Primary School, Cherry Tree Primary School and Statham Community Primary School.
To the west, the track used to run into Warrington, via Latchford, and the tar processing on Loushers Lane, then into Bank Quay Low Level.
The entire section is now pathways, except for the high level bridge crossing the ship canal, whose future is yet to be decided.
The Manchester Japanese School (マンチェスター日本人補習授業校 Manchesutā Nihonjin Hoshū Jugyō Kō), a weekend Japanese educational programme, is held at the Language Centre at Lymm High School.
Lymm village centre is a designated conservation area, notable for its historic buildings, both listed and unlisted.
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Today the old track forms a good stretch of the Trans Pennine Path with a ranger station at Statham, near the centre of the village.