My maternal grandparents used to live in Cleckheaton - not sure of the address, but it was up a hill, in a back to back house not far from my Mum's brother Terence Rush. He also lived in a back to back house with his wife ...Read full memory
I was born at 2a Brooklyn Street, better known as Peggy Alley, Cleckheaton. I grew up in was a wonderful place of industry, hence it's motto on the arms: Industry Enriches.
Does anyone remember Charlie's exchange mills? It was C. HIRSTS & SON. I am trying to trace June who worked in the offices. June.
I was born in Victoria Terrace in Cleckheaton, which I think is near the old railway station. This was in the 1940's and although my family moved away from Cleck in 1950, I still visit my roots every few years. Does anyone ...Read full memory
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