The house with the bay window (31A) used to belong to my grandparents, Albert and Ivy Harrison, and the front room was used as a shop until my nan moved into number 37. I can't remember the ...Read full memory
I was a member of staff at Rauceby Hospital 1951 - 56 and have many memories of Sleaford at that time. I was a member of the Sleaford weight lifting club which had a work - ...Read full memory
I have very fond memories of staying with my grandparents Norman and Ivy Ralphs in 15 Jubilee Grove in the late 1970s and 1980s. My mother, my older sister and myself would ...Read full memory
Hi there, Anyone out there who went to the Sec Mod from 1964 to 1970. I was in 1A1, etc all the way through the GCE classes. I was also Head Boy in 1969-70 (not much ...Read full memory
I remember the Kirton family in North Pde, Sue. Mrs Kirton was a dressmaker, I remember the eldest son was in the army and I was at school with Paul. We lost touch when we ...Read full memory
I am trying to recall a memory of a school religious play I appeared in as the lead part, Annas. Ray Pearson played the part of my son Caiphas. The play was filmed on Cine-camera & produced by Harry Ison the school Scripture teacher.
Two of my Grandmothers brothers are listed on this memorial. They were killed within 25 days of one another in July 1916 Frederick William Lill killed in France and Arthur Lill, killed in Belgium
i have fond memories of sleaford staying with my grand parents on st giles avenue , going to the wreck to play going swimming and best of all going to the market to see all the live stock ...Read full memory
My husband, Mike Kirton, lived in the second house on the right as a small boy with his parents and younger brother. A number of his family also lived on this stretch of the Parade. I moved to Sleaford in 1963, but lived further up the Parade at No 90. Even then it looked the same.
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