I Was Born In Vicarshall Lane At No23 Born 1948

A Memory of Boothstown

my dad was the local rag a bone man everyone new him has Sammy carter one of your past memorys a gentleman was not sure what was nextdoor to jack hanky as he was known the local barber it was a pie and cake shop they made all there own cakes and pies the pavement out side was very narrow I know because when I was one year old my mum left me outside the cake shop it was lucky the roads were not busy then as I was left there for about four hours!you could not do that these days there was good times and some tragic ones if you would like any gossip on boothstown please let me know only to happy to help your DOUG

A memory shared by Douglas Carter , on Mar 3rd, 2014.

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Tue May 9th 2017, at 10:28 pm

helenkenworthy commented:

...the cake/pie/bread shop was Toppings. I remember Sammy Carter and his 'yard' near the canal. My mum ran the Wool Shop. I also remember Pauline, she was in the girl guides group at the 'Meths' Some happy days.

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