I lived in 14 Halliwell Street near Ordsall Park. I remember when the horse pulling the ice cream cart kicked a car on Hartington Street which put a right dent in the wing. There was a right old curfuffle. Loved Salford and Ordsall, best years of my childhood.
I was born at Hope Hospital and Christened at St.Luke's. A lot of my family (including me until I was 4 yrs of age) lived on Bridson St. My nan Dorothy (Dolly) and grandad William (Bill) Kendrick lived on the street until they ...Read full memory
I remember so well going on the No 73 bus home from a night out in Manchester to Warwick St in Higher Broughton. I went to Broughton High and my best friend was Gillian Guy whose family owned the newsagents on Lower Broughton ...Read full memory
I would dearly love to be able to show the photos I have of mount carmel school,from 1952 onwards,the whit walks,the class photos etc................. Mr.Glynn Miss Grey etc........................can anyone tell me how to do it please ?
I was born in Hope Hospital in 1946 and lived at number 2 Arm Street, Salford 7. I went to Grecian Street school and every Sat. me and my friends used to go to the Tower picture house - it was 6p to get in and 3p for an ...Read full memory
Reading your comments about Salford Gone and the ice cream man brought back similar memories to me. I was born at 34 Nora Street, Salford 7 in 1950. Albeit Lower Broughton. However, we used to have an Ice Cream seller who came EVERY ...Read full memory
My mother told a story from the time of the Second World War which involved her coming home and finding her caravan which she and her brother, sister and her mother lived in near the dock wall on Broadway off ...Read full memory
Hi Jacqueline, I lived at 9 School Street. My name is Mike Hawkins and I was born in 1947. I think your name was Burgess and your brother Tommy was my childhood best friend. He moved to Welwyn Garden City and I never ...Read full memory
I lived at 20 Brassington Street. I was born in 1962 and went to Trafford Road School. I would love to hear from someone who maybe lived in our street, or was in Miss Anderson's class. Happy memories of Salford back then, my nanna lived in Robert Hall Street.
I remember my childhood in Salford very well. We lived on Clarendon Road and I went to Liverpool Street Girls' School. The headmistress was a Mrs Chrighton and the music teacher was a Miss Jones. We used to walk to ...Read full memory
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