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Featured Memory: Our Home For 30+ Years

Mam and Dad, Lizzie and Edwin Ridley, moved into Slaghill (the cottage on the right of the picture) in 1948 when I was 3 years old. Dad died there in December 1978 and Mam moved up to Chapel Cottages soon afterwards. There were 3 of us children living there originally - Margaret, Yvonne and myself. My 2 elder brothers Lloyd and Norman had already left for the Army. Maurice came along in 1950 by which time my sisters ...Read full memory

A memory of Allenheads, Northumberland shared by Evelyn Jones

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I have just completed a jigsaw including four pictures of historic repton (derbyshire) and was delighted to find one actually showed a car my family owned, parked nr the arch, repton school. it was a ford squire, reg number clearly visible as 60 arb-my father was the village policeman in the 50's, i remember being put in the back of the car with my sister, asleep in the middle of the night, to travel on family holidays to cornwall! it was a lovely surprise..thankyou