Living on the Lostock Estate in a Council house on Radstock Road, I can remember being taken as a treat, to Davyhulme Park and the paddling pool/boating lake. What a big ...Read full memory
I loved living in Stretfrod, although I lived at the other end of Stretford, on the Urmston boundary. I can remember those days very well. My mum had an account at Cromptons ...Read full memory
It was brilliant to read your memories about Stretford. I lived on Urmston Lane & I went to Moss Park Junior school, the only school I went to that is still standing today! Do you remember a ...Read full memory
The photgraph show the Seymour Hotel which was at the junction of Upper Chorlton Rd and Seymour Grove
I lived in Marple Grove from 1945 until 1965 - we used to go into the back fields and either play in the brook at the top near Park Road, or in the next field with a lot of pipes. ...Read full memory
Reading the post about catching sticklebacks in the bridgewater brought memories flooding back. I lived in Clifton Street, off Stretford Road. At the weekend we used to get some butties ...Read full memory
We lived on Coniston Road, the Smith family in the Fryin Pan, does anyone remember us? Jean, Barbara, Jimmy and Pat, we lived next door to the Kkennedys and no-one either side of us. ...Read full memory
My uncle's favourite place.
MY FAMILY AN I LIVED ON DAVEYHULME ROAD STRETFORD I WAS BORN THERE AN LIVED WITH MY 5 BROTHERS AN 4 SISTERS WE LIVED NEXT DOOR TO BARLOWS NEWSAGENT AN SWEET HUT AN ACROSS THE ...Read full memory
I lived with my grandparents on Coniston Road, the Kenny family. This was the happiest times of my life! Care free. Everyone was your aunty or your uncle, and you felt safe.. The canal was the pull of every child in the area, happy times.
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