Hiya Norm ! Hey we've survived ! Some of the "old gang" are dead I learn; sad beyond words to hear of things like that. Still that's life, we didn't write the script. Just spectators realy. Are you still living at the same place? I only hope you know how lucky you are to be an Aspuller- :-) Malc.
I can't refuse to be the first at anything especialy if it comes to this, so here goes. From being born to about the age of twenty five all my memories are Aspull, I'd never be able to fit them all in here. Short synopsis though, went to Aspull C of E then Aspull Secondary Mod. School, ...Read full memory
Same as Malc, went to Aspull C of E then off we went to the secondary modern, good memories there! Remember all the characters we had in our year Malc? Be nice to hear from you if you want to get in touch.
I was born in Bolton Road, Aspull. I started at St Elizabeth's School when I was four and a half. Didn't have far to travel - just cross the road (no cars then) and walk 10 yards and I was there. First day was with my gas-mask slung across my chest in its little cardboard box. Mr Hesketh was the Headmaster who lived in the ...Read full memory
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