Memories of Salford

Ordsal Park On Hulton Street

I was born in Hulton Street, Ordsal, and lived all my life in the same house my mother was born into, no. 56 on the corner of Oxford Street. We were 3 girls and 2 boys, I ...Read full memory

A memory of Salford

My Book A Salford Lad Oh Maggie What Have You Done

Hi Francis, I was born and bred in West Bank Street Salford, across the road from the Police Station on Regent Road (where the fairground was). I ...Read full memory

A memory of Salford by Bill Jolly

Mount Carmel School Salford 5

I would dearly love to be able to show the photos I have of mount carmel school,from 1952 onwards,the whit walks,the class photos etc................. Mr.Glynn Miss Grey etc........................can anyone tell me how to do it please ?

Langdale House Salford

I lived in Langdale House, Salford. It was a block of masonettes, there were two other blocks on the same road, Patterdale and Ennerdale. We lived on the 3rd floor, overlooking ...Read full memory

A memory of Salford by Ann Mc Kibbin

Sutton Flats

I lived on Sutton flats from 1965 until 1975. lived in Crompton house, it was a good place to grow up, safe everyone knew each other. I can remember playing in the Rocket and Mickey Mouse ...Read full memory

A memory of Salford by Stuart Wallace

Salford In The War

As a child I lived in Earl St Hanky Park then moved to Cottrill St off Ellor St.   I attended John St school in the Ellor St area. I never really knew my dad.  He went ...Read full memory

A memory of Salford by Albert Morris

Salford Royal Hospital

Re: Hilda Smith and Salford Royal Hospital. I was a patient in Salford Royal Hospital in January 1963 and remember a lovely nurse called " Staff Nurse Ramsbottom". I expect she ...Read full memory

A memory of Salford by Ann Harding

Mount Carmel Salford 1952

I was born on Cavendish Street opposit St.Clements church,and moved to Ordsall flats in 1949 brand new they were ! We lived in Everard House near the Globe pub. We went to ...Read full memory

Holidays In Salford.

Used to love going on holiday to Salford, yes, Salford as far I was concerned it was the greatest place ever when I was a nipper. My dad was a Salford lad born and bred, my gran ...Read full memory

A memory of Salford by Ian Mcdonald

Bridson Street

I was born at Hope Hospital and Christened at St.Luke's. A lot of my family (including me until I was 4 yrs of age) lived on Bridson St. My nan Dorothy (Dolly) and grandad William (Bill) ...Read full memory

A memory of Salford

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