I worked here from 1963 until 1967 as an apprentice chef, it was quite grand then. Does any one reading this know of anyone else who worked there between these years? There were two managers in my time Irwin and Lyons, a barman called Luigi, a head waiter called Victor. The head chef for part of that time was André Lys. I'd be pleased to hear from anyone. Malcolm
THIS IS A LONG SHOT BUT IS THERE ANYONE STILL LIVING THAT REMEMBERS MY GRANDFATHER WHO WAS A RAG AND BONE MAN IN SALTBURN IN THE 1930'S. OR DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY RECORDS OR PICTURES OF GEORGES CAFE, IT IS NOW THE POST OFFICE ON MAIN STREET. aLSO TRYING TO FIND SOME OLD POSTERS FROM THE 1930'S OF A LOCAL BOCING MATCH FOR THE CARAVAN KID AND CHUCKY BURNS. LONG SHOT I KNOW.
I learned to swim in the Baths late 1940s and In early 1950 went dancing every Saturday night at the Spa I used to go horse riding from the stables near the station