Memories of Beverley
I worked in Toll Gavel from 1967 thru 1973 at Greenwoods Menswear which used to be next to Mackmans Bakers. I used to have their meat pie dinners on a silver foil tray and they were yummy and cheap. Saturday lunchtime was fish'n chips from Pecks in Butcher Row or a chinese lunch above Burton's menswear - all gone now - I guess probably McDonalds or KFC now. I worked with two guys and haven't seen or heard of them for years - Les Gray and Johnnie Tattershall. I am now in Australia but will always remember good old Beverley.
I was head boy for a couple of years in the mid 50's. I played rugby for the school and my younger brother David (Dai) played soccer (he died in 2004). My father was in the RAF at Leconfield. My most vivid memory is that I lost my hair while at Longcroft and it has never grown back. I'll try and attach a pic of the old rugby team ...Read full memory
Myself and my sister recall our father visiting Beverley many, many years ago. We guess that this would have been before he was married in 1935. We are trying to find the reason why he went from his home in Goodmayes, Essex all the way to Beverley, which would have been a long journey. He was William George Depledge born on ...Read full memory
Hi, I would just like to add that the old photographs in this collection of Beverley, Market Places, are indeed old photographs of Saturday Market. That is, all except B80045 which is a photograph of Wednesday Market. The Fiveways Cafe in Wednesday Market was named Fiveways as you can arrive at it from five different roads.