I lived at Lane End, Bramley no 6 in the circle. The white cottage in the picture use to have an apple orchard next to it. Me and my cousins used to try and get apples before the old lady got out of her house but she always caught us and told my gran . the house where the car is ,is where my ...Read full memory
I have strong memories of the church as every day at 10 we had to walk down the church path to pick up the milk also.our playground backed onto the graveyard so when there was a funeral we had to come inside which we thought was most unfair.After school we would wonder around the grave yards which was a big no no ...Read full memory
I think it was 1963. The Flying Scotsman steam train came through Bramley station. I was only small, and we all gathered to watch it come through at a fantastic speed! I remember the station master, Jimmy Seagull, telling us kids to stand well back, as it was likely to suck us off the ...Read full memory
We came back to Bramley in 1958, and I went to school there, until 1964. Every Sunday we used to go to Sunday School. Miss Tubb was the Sunday school mistress, and Tommy Tunstall was the vicar. It was fantastic, a lovely village to grow up in. So safe to cycle round. My name was Attwood in those days, and sometimes my Dad helped out by taking the services in church.
The hunt used to meet at the Six Bells, and we used to go down to see that. Next to the pub was a field where the annual Gymkhana was held.
My name is david noble and I lived at no and we all ways played crikey on the green
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