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Where do start?! I (then Aidan Jackson) moved to Burnhope at the age of 3 in 1944. I lived at 1 Jaw Blades (now demolished) with my grandparents, uncles and mother. I started school at the old infant/junior school in October 1946. Teachers I remember are Miss Kay, Miss Daley, Miss Dowson, Mrs Thompson (formery Miss Pallister - ...Read full memory
Burnhope is a nice place to live because it is and quiet. Among us are some of the richest and poorest people (including childrens auther Terry Deery).
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