I can remember my nanna and grand dad (Charlie and Winnie Davies ) writing their bets out on a piece of paper and me running from ...Read full memory
Early 50's. My wife is Audrey a member of the Upton family who lived at 101 Wallasey Village over Sayers cake shop. Her sister, Doreen, worked ...Read full memory
I used to play with my best friend at the time who lived in the Children's Home in Curlew Way, Moreton. We had many a happy time at the home; her name was ...Read full memory
My mother was born in Wallasey in 1931. Maureen Brown. She married a US Air Force Sgt. Jim Humphires in 1955. In my early teens we were stationed in Germany and my mother, brother and ...Read full memory
I lived in Lycett Road from 1955 to 1981, what a change! Mostly the quietness at night, no cars or buses, no people. The street lights went out at midnight. The building on ...Read full memory
The Royal order of Buffalos..... Next door but one to the nurses home (as was), now a nursing home. I was born in Highfield hospital, Mill Lane, lived in Wallasey until I was 62 and ...Read full memory
My memory is not so much as my own, but about what my grandfather told me. He says there was no such thing as swimming baths when he was young. Their swimming baths was the docks, ...Read full memory
I recall with grea/t fun going on the 11 bus from Prenton to the New Brighton terminus behind floral pavilion. We then walked to the fair with Crompton train, got a ticket for ...Read full memory
I remember Saturdays at the Pheonix, Corgi toys from Rushtons,i ce lollies from Fieldings,v inegar from Ellis's, 99 tea from the Co-op and the "divi" (15046) and Green Shield stamps, pink ...Read full memory
I remember my happy days in Wallasey, being born in 1942 in Neston as Wallasey was struggling with bombing, then moving to Clifford Road, and having great times with friends. Stuart ...Read full memory
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