Sale, Ashfield Road c.1955
Memories of Sale, Ashfield Road c1955
I remember Saturday morning matinées there in the 60s, brilliant time spent! Sneaking in sometimes when the cleaner forgot to lock the side exits! Fantastic.
I remember my mother taking me to see Annie Get Your Gun about 1950/1 at the Savoy Cinema in Sale. I was ten years old and we had walked from Button Lane. I was only ten years old.
Memories of Sale
Does anybody remember the name of the greengrocers in the centre of Sale Moor,I worked there for a short time .They supplied you with one of those bikes which had a basket on the front which didn't turn and on the first day loaded up my fruit and veg only to fall off it right outside the shop!I think I lasted about a week
I had a fantastic childhood living in Sale Moor. I suppose one of my most vivid memories was selling the evening paper "Empire News" from the front of the Temple Inn to the crowds attending the Warwick Picture house on Temple Road junction with Northenden Road. It used to cost twopence halfpenny and the customer almost always said to ...Read full memory
Me and my sister Jane were adopted due to neglect and abuse, then lived on Urmston Lane,sadly the abuse continued. However I enjoyed my time at Lostock Secondary Modern and also Stretford Cricket Club. My mates Paul Atherton, Stuart Fish and Paul Newton and his gorgeous sister Zoe Newton. We lived on the corner of Umrston ...Read full memory
This was one of my Dad's favourite pubs, along with the Leigh Arms in Sale Moor. I used to go to the Warwick for the Saturday matinee and meet my Dad after. We lived in Kershaw Ave, Sale Moor and I went to Norris Rd School. I have very many happy days from Sale Moor and Sale.