I'm Wayne Kenzitt and Ive lived in Eccles for a long time. I remember going to the Broadway on a regular basis and it was a great cinema, which was only a shilling to go in and ...Read full memory
My father was the MD of the company who demolished the Hotel in the 60,s we lived in Buxton during that time.
iI was n Heswall Hospital for ten years, i was a poorly child,i use to go home at weekends. .my friend Denise O'Gorman was in my ward to (HOT ward ) we are still friends ...Read full memory
Yes....it was cold. Not as cold as the grammar school open air pool mind when swimming lessons began in May term. My aunt Edith Baines used to teach at the open air pool, and by the end of the summer she was the colour of teak !
I also visited Salisbury Avenue where my grandparents lived, every day, as I came home from the Grammar School. I regularly went past the barracks and along the Artillery Folly on my ...Read full memory
I spent the first ten years of my life living in Osborne Road and Stevens Dairy was at the end of the road. Mr Stevens used to deliver milk on a three wheeled handcart - ...Read full memory
Septemeber 1950. We had just completed our eight weeks basic training at RAF West Kirby and were all eager to know where our next posting was to be. Against my name was RAF ...Read full memory
I visited Bridgefoot from the early 1950's to stay with my grandma and granddad at Ellers view next to the Dukes Head (which had been owned by my great granddad Thomas ...Read full memory
During WW2 my Grandfather Albert William Sancto (a retired dockyard cabinet maker) made a very detailed scale model of a warship but was defeated when it came to the small plane ...Read full memory
I used to come to Valley Farm for my holidays. My parents owned a caravan on there. We used to spend our days at the beach, lunch at Cordys Restaurant and back to the camp for ...Read full memory
My family and I lived at Lodge Cottage C, up the lane in this picture, as a child in 1956, across from the Big House. Colonel and Mrs. Watt were our landlords and really kind ...Read full memory
I was born in this building in August 1952, does anyone have any photographs? Also there were two other born around the sametime, who are you? Jeff
Yes I was there then , not sure if you were my age or a year older , looking back wow , a very long time ago lol formerly Sharon Barrett
born 1942 lived 50ft away from the swimming pool in Ferndale road for 18 yrs and to this day still cant swim ,petrified of water due to being thrown in the deep end by my sisters.....all very good swimmers....thanks girls!!!
The Floral hall along with a cafe, cinema also had a dance hall as a ballroom dancer and local I regularly attended for practice and competition. It was also the dance hall of ...Read full memory
I was born at the maternity hospital in 1951, My parents and I lived at 24 Clifton Road while I was a baby but moved to 66 Park Avenue as my mother could not abide ...Read full memory
They had six daughters Sarah born 1880,Violet 1883 Mabel 1887, Edith 1890, Clara 1892,and Daisy 1895 my grandmother.
My family had wonderful holidays at my aunts house called 'silba' in Golden Acre near the beach. My two brothers, sister and Mum and Dad spent such ...Read full memory
I remember that being the knitting shop
I have lots of memories of the High School, I was there from 1959 to 1966 and it would be great to hear from anyone who remembers me. My name then was Kathleen (Kath) ...Read full memory
The Carter family lived in Ogden Street the whole of the fifties. Went to Duke Street (Gaythorn Primary) where I was one of the ones who would on a regular basis be ...Read full memory
The first memory I have of Godington (circa 1970) is walking down to Grange Farm which was then owned by Ann and Norman Tew, and getting fresh milk. This lovely family were ...Read full memory
I have lovely memories of Rosie Hatch. She was a good friend of my mum's even after we moved to the States. They corresponded for years. We lived at (I believe) 13 Mixbury, then there ...Read full memory
My maiden name was Bertorelli , my parents were John and Lena and had the fish shop at 39 Duffryn Street. Lots may remember my older brothers . Frank , Lewi, John, Ronnie Mario-my ...Read full memory
I was born at 17 heol Waun Tynybryn in 1952. We later moved to number 2. My family were the Domans and Males. I remember we would go for walks just behind dai the shop in Nant ...Read full memory
hi am asking on behalf of my mother sharon westlake she was in a housefire on April 3, 1969. it was on Albert Street, ...Read full memory
I remember this post office & stores being run by a nice couple - Mr & Mrs Simons. I think she may have been Welsh, as she used to call us children "deeeya" for ...Read full memory
My Grandma, Hilda Taylor, lived at No 1 along with her daughter, Vera, and son-in-law, Wally Atwood. Vera worked for many years at Butcher's, Newsagents. Rosemary Morris, Shrewsbury.
I was born and raise in Battersea from 1948 till late 1960. My father David Beardall owned a second hand shop in Plough Road also he was a totter drove a horse an cart. During the time I ...Read full memory
I attended Redditch County High School from 1962-69. This is a picture of the senior block and one of the quadrangles. All the corridors connecting the classrooms were open to ...Read full memory
Some of you may remember me from reading this! Some of you may choose to forget! More than likely the latter! Sadly, My brother was the main trouble maker in the ...Read full memory
My brothers and I whom grew up in St Michaels used to go fishing in the Mill pond. I was only very small (born in 1971) but I remember we used to walk to the Mill pond with a ...Read full memory
I have not seen any pictures of the Station Yard in Hinckley. My father used to work in B.Ridgway's coal office in the yard. His parents used to lived in a house ...Read full memory
I worked at the then named Pond 's Home for Spastics for several months which I always remember at this time of year.
We used these steps up to Primary School and back twice a day 1955-1961. We lived at the bottom of the Strand Hill where my Mother still lives today. I still use the steps ...Read full memory
I remember in the fifties a MUFFIN MAN used to come down Studley Grange Road. He pushed a barrow with a white cloth over it, and rang a hand bell. You used to go out and purchase muffins, and then toast them on a special long fork over the fire.
My name is Phil Kincaid, born in 1962. I attended Swanley Comp for most of the seventies and it was a brilliant school. It suited me down to the ground. The teachers there encouraged ...Read full memory
Thirteen of us there were, seven boys and six girls all living in the one house at the top of Melin Street, Cwmfelinfach. Of course we were never all ...Read full memory
Does anyone remember a club - I think probably a Residents' Club which was situated somewhere near Mossville Gardens and Hillcross Avenue behind the Morden Tube Station. A group ...Read full memory
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