I must have around 7 years old when my mother used to take me along Bramley Town Street, where in those times it was back to back houses and shops. I was taken regularly to the barbers at the top of Town Street, next to the barbers was a police station. In the barbers I was ...Read full memory
I lived next door to Mr Dales newsagents on Highfield Road in Bramley. Opposite were rows of terraces in those days with a shop on the end of each terrace. A chip shop on the end of the first row and a newsagents and general store on the end of another - Bowers? I seem to remember. The Barley Mow ...Read full memory
Now 80 years of age I used to live with my Mum and Dad and brother Michael in Lincroft Crescent just above the Sandford estate. The houses were new and rather small though we were so happy there as children. There were many pals and I often wondered where my special chum Ronnie Little ...Read full memory
I am trying to find any information and/or memorabilia about Bramley RLFC for the seasons of 1947 - 51. If anyone has any or any information however small I would be pleased to hear from them. My father in law played for them sometime around then and as his 83rd birthday is approaching and I would like to surprise him. His surname is Walker (born in 1930). Many thanks, Phil.
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