This is more asking for other peoples memories than having one of my own. My Great Great Grandparent owned a pub call 'The Queens' I believe, it was owned by at ...Read full memory
Hi My Name is Robert Elsey born in 1950 in Sheffield, but used to visit and stay with my grandparents May & Richard Howarth at 485 Collyhurst Road situated the next block ...Read full memory
I lived in Ryder Street, my maiden name was Healey. I have two brothers, Ry and Alf . My mam used to go to the wash house. My brothers used to go to the old St James and I used to ...Read full memory
Hi everyone, my family lived in Northern Drive from 1955 - 1966. I lived with my granparents, Jake Winter and Flo his wife. I remember the [flats] street parties we had ...Read full memory
I was born in Manchester in 1945, and moved with my family to Kingsly Crescent Collyhurst flats. My father died in 1948, and my mother, brother Joe and I ...Read full memory
Does anyone remember Beryl Hughes (formally Collinge) married to Robert Hughes and lived in Churnet Street, Manchester up to 1965? My brothers, Robert ...Read full memory
I lived in Collyhurst Flat at no 10 Foyners Dr. Went to the Albert Memorial School. My nan had a shop in Thorton St, name Fanny Rayner. Knew a lot of people are the cooper Jimmy and Pat, it was nice to hear of Linda Whalen I remember David Lane's mother went in my nan's shop.
My name is Denise, I lived at 14 Churnet St (bottom end) near Collyhurst Rd from 1955 until 1967 when we had to move in the clearance. We were 4 doors down from Woolams ...Read full memory
My gran and aunty Margaret were the last to move out of Pilling Street. I remember Lizzie Whites shop on the corner, playing on chippys roof, sitting on the railway wall ...Read full memory
We moved to collyhurst in the 60's I lived at 6 Central Drive, my name then was Wilds. I went to St Malachy's school, my teacher was Miss Hugh's. I also remember Miss ...Read full memory
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