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Didsbury is a suburban area of Manchester, England, on the north bank of the River Mersey, 4. Historically a part of Lancashire, there are records of Didsbury existing as a small hamlet as early as the 13th century. Didsbury was largely rural until the mid-19th century, when it underwent development and urbanisation during the Industrial Revolution. It became part of Manchester in 1904. The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds was formed in Didsbury in 1889. Didsbury derives its name from the Anglo-Saxon Dyddi’s burg, probably referring to a man known as Dyddi whose stronghold or township it was on a low cliff overlooking a place where the River Mersey could be forded. In the 13th century Didsbury was variously referred to as Dydesbyre, Dydesbiri, Didsbury or Dodesbury.
A charter granted in about 1260 shows that a corn-grinding mill was operating in Didsbury, along the River Mersey, but the earliest reference to Didsbury is in a document dating from 1235, recording a grant of land for the building of a chapel. Didsbury was one of the few places between Stretford and Stockport where the River Mersey could be forded, which made it significant for troop movements during the English Civil War, in which Manchester was on the Parliamentarian side. Jewish immigrants started to arrive in Manchester from the late 18th century, initially settling mainly in the suburbs to the north of the city. From the 1890s onwards, many of them moved to what were seen as the more “sophisticated” suburbs in the south, such as Withington and Didsbury. Wilmslow Road between Didsbury village and Parrs Wood to the east and Withington to the north, but they have now been converted to nursing homes and offices. Formerly the “Ring o’ Bells”, the Didsbury Inn was at the heart of judicial and leisure activities in 18th century Didsbury.
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By 1764, Didsbury was described as a township in its own right. It became a civil parish in 1866, and in 1876 was incorporated into the Withington Urban Sanitary District, superseded in 1894 by the creation of Withington Urban District. Until 2004, most of the area formed the Didsbury ward of Manchester City Council with a section of West Didsbury contained within the Barlow Moor ward. The River Mersey forms Didsbury’s southern and southwestern boundaries and certain stretches of the river also demarcate the boundaries of the City of Manchester. Didsbury’s built environment has developed around the areas of East Didsbury, West Didsbury, and Didsbury Village, which separates the two.