I went to Halton Bank school, don't remember much. I came from New Windsor Road school, stayed for a couple of years then we moved to London . What I do remember was wearing a ...Read full memory
From the 1960's We lived on Octavia House, I am Mike kilburn, there was my sister Susan, and brother Paul. My mother was Pat, sadly deceased. We moved to Dequincey house after ...Read full memory
I was born in 1946 and went to live on Sutton Flats when I was 5. We lived there in various flats until I was 21! By then, each block was known by a name rather ...Read full memory
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
I went to mount carmel school during 1945 - 1955 my name was jean shaw l rememder Mr Jolly Mr Glyne, Miss Grey, Miss Ward, Mr Miller (The ten foot killer), liitle Jock and many ...Read full memory
How many of you remember Pat Curry's pub on the corner of Franklin Street facing Steens sewing company olivies on the third corner best days of my life. I used to play ...Read full memory
My memories are of Lofty never refusing to take extra an extra lad in, my son Nick was a regular there, also my daughter Andrea, on the girls' night, I remember the annual camp at ...Read full memory
I was born at Hope Hospital in March 1947 and lived in Ducie Place off Liverpool St, close to the Oldfield Rd end. I went to Hope Street school till I was 10, and ...Read full memory
I lived on Ellor Street for the first 16 years of my life. I went to John Street School followed by Pendleton High School for Girls. I clearly remember the Salford Hippodrome at the end of ...Read full memory
I was born on Sutton Flats (now demolished) Pendleton in 1941. My first vague memory was sitting under a table with a blanket draped over it and a lit candle (must have been an ...Read full memory
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