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We loved the flics on a Saturday morning, mum got rid of us all for a few hours we got our sweets in the Mayfare sweet shop opporsite before going in. It was always 'cowboys and indians', that's why it was called 'the ranch'.Sometimes the film would snap - well it snapped a lot and when it did we would all bang our feet. It was ...Read full memory
These barracks were used as the recruit training centre for the Territorial Army and all volunteers serving with the 33rd (Lancashire and Cheshire) Signal Regiment completed basic training here in the 1960's before passing out to "trade training" with the Royal Signals. I completed my initial training here and quickly went ...Read full memory
I left Huyton to go in the army in 1956 and met my lovely wife and stayed in Wiltshire but never forgot The Mayfair picture house. It was Joey Dutton and me who started calling it 'The Ranch' because of all the cowboy pictures.