I remember going there with all my mates, and the big tree on round about at Christmas and the toilets that were underground on the roundabout and the bus that went thought not the one way it is now good old days
I remember summers in Wallasey Village being absolutely glorious as a kid. I used to live in Green Lane, and during the summer holidays,Ii and my friends worked on the market ...Read full memory
My Wedding reception was in the rooms above the hotel by Martins Bank on 22 September 1956.
I remember Wallasey Village before the arrival of St Mary's College. Strong's Dairy, where my mother used to buy me a carton of fresh cream. Hoylands Butchers. Peggy Rogers and all ...Read full memory
My husband, John Van Hoek, has asked me to put this in for him. His grandfather, Thomas Howells Meredith, and his wife Edith Jane, lived there. Their children to name a few were; Louise, ...Read full memory
Hello Billy And Heggies, Boormans and Ellis's, Melia's, Grants the Chandlers, the Coop...(later across the road), Midland Bank, Linda Gail, The Dairy... The Parish Hall Down ...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 Dad often talks about Creekside off the Dock Road in Seacome. His Grandmother, Sarah Eliza Jones, married to George Jones, lived in the large house there, and he says the basement ...Read full memory
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
1968' the year we were married, I got a job working for Quayles chemist opposite the pig farm, now St Mary's College. The smell from the pig farm was awful. I remember having to ...Read full memory
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