Any one remember Robinson & Pickford in Leicester and Ibstock. Great company to work for. Made many good friends there
Anyone remember Robinson & Pickford's in Leicester. They were a Great company to work for. I met lots of good friends there, I think they also had a making up place in Ibstock !
Any body remember the Kids party at the CO-OP Hall organised by the Railway, which took place each year!
My wife Merlyn's great, great, grandfather, Thomas Pritchard, held the position of Chief Constable in Hereford during the 1770's to 1790's. He had seven sons, and the youngest, Thomas, born in ...Read full memory
I've put "1948" as the date as that's about the earliest I remember Corts Ltd, on the corner of Cheapside and Silver Street in this photo. The ironmongers and builders merchants business (formerly Cort & Paul until ...Read full memory
i had to walk over vicky park to school for four years 54-58 , i remember the cafe opening a crowd of us used to go there on sunday mornings. all of whom ive lost touch when i joined the royal marines in 1960 if you know me contact me
Good to see DeMontfort Hall as it used to be. It was a great venue to see bands there. Once the small blues clubs had ran their course bands needed larger venues to ply their trade, De Montfort was one of the first, I saw ...Read full memory
I remember singing in the Spencefield Lane Secondary Modern School choir at the De-Montfort Hall, it was lovely with all the area schools in their uniforms. Janice Goding (Thurnby Lodge Est, now Texas).
I met my wife Pamela there in Oct 1958 at a Dance, we now live in Western Australia where we have been for the last 41 years.
I used to live in Cheapside, in about 1945.
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