I was born in 1953, lived at 375 Collyhurst Road, next to the croft, and went to St Malachy's. We lived in Collyhurst Road until they decided to pull all the houses down and we moved to an ...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.
I went to the tin school from 1962 until 1966, I had to leave the school as our house on Eggington Street was compulsory purchased by the council and demolished. I remember enjoying ...Read full memory
Lived at 17 Southern Drive, went to St Oswalds. One of my memories was helping Harry the firewood lad; he used to sell firewood from his handcart. Marco real ...Read full memory
Well, I would like to say that I replied to a number of members on this forum who kindly replied back to my messages to them, I must say though that I ...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 at ...Read full memory
Is it just me or has anyone from Collyhurt experienced or heard about paranormal happening in and around houses. My friend lived on Lashbrook Close and her house has a lot of paranormal ...Read full memory
I was born in Kingsley Crescent in the flats and proud of it, I am, the people were so friendly. I remember playing cricket with Carlo Satori, he became a footballer for Man ...Read full memory
I remember David Lane from Central Drive who was a singer with 'The Mudlarks' Here's some info; They were a family group from Luton, Bedfordshire, originally comprising Jeff ...Read full memory
I was born in Tebbutt Street in 1951. I went to St. Pat's School. Fond memories of Osborn St. baths, Hunts chippy and the toffee apple shop on Rochdale Rd. Played on Barney's tip as a kid ...Read full memory
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