My dad owned the cycle shop in Wallasey Village, firstly at the Leasowe Road end then latterly Harrison Drive end, the name was Longworths. From 1961 we lived in St.Georges Road (when ...Read full memory
I went to Barny Lane during the war. There were brick air-raid shelters in the 'garden'. Mr Hibbert was the headmaster. Miss Banks was one of the teachers. There were no men on the staff [apart from Mr H.] as all the men had been called up. Does anyone else remember the '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
I remember passing this roundabout time after time while being dragged around Liscard shopping with my mum. I also remember when it was being demolished and I am sure that there was an old Victorian public toilet found underneath - am I right?
I grew up in Seacombe in Wallasey, when your neighbours were like your family, you played out in the street till your legs fell off, top and whip, hoolahoop, kick the ...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 lived in Seacombe all my life, drank in five bars, Stanley Arms, Mona Castle, hung around with Jackie Beaty, Tommy Jones, Geoff Kilby, Bobby Benett, Johnny Rutter Sango, we had great ...Read full memory
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
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 now ...Read full memory
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
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