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 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
My friends, the 'Bartups', lived at No.1 Lycett Road. John, the father was an accountant who worked for ICI. His wife Isabella (Bella) was a Scots lady from Kirkcudbright, I ...Read full memory
I remember happy days in Lingham Lane School, I had many friends including Sandra Satterthwait and sister Carol. I would love to get in touch, they lived in the ...Read full memory
I was a Drill Instructor at RAF West Kirby and my wife and I set eyes on each other at a dance for the RAF personnel at the Methodist Church Hall in Wallasey Village on Jan 23rd ...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 got a real chuckle of Sue's comment about being afraid of my Uncle Tony, instructor at the Bath's. He was such sweet person, and I can only think he was shouting to be heard. ...Read full memory
Me and my friend Marilyn, went to Primary school together in London. Her dad was the manager of our local swimming baths. I was devastated when he was offered promotion, it was at ...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 would come here on a Saturday morning for the matinee shows in the 1950s. I remember singing 'We are the Ovaltiners happy girls and boys'. Some time in the 1960s it ...Read full memory
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