I lived with great aunt Elizabeth in the wonderful and strange hexagonal houses belonging to the Sage Cross chapel. I worked in Melton as a window cleaner and had a great ...Read full memory
I went to the Sarson School, my name then was Rosalin Scott. Does anyone remember me? I came from Asfordby Hill School to the Sarson. The headmistress was a Miss Penstone. I would like to hear from any one who remembers me. xx
I think he had a shop on Leicester Street. For us this was one of the best shops in Melton. We built our radio (and crystal) sets and transmitters using parts from him, and also 'Exchange and Mart' and 'Practical Wireless'.
ALBERT DIXON NEVER HAD A SHOP IN LEICESTER STREET. THE SHOP IN LECESTER STREET I THINK YOU MEAN WAS A JUNK SHOP OWNED BY A MR CHIPPY DIXON (NO RELATION TO MY FATHER) IT WAS A VERY INTERESTING SHOP OLD RADIOS GASMASKS AND A VERY LARGE STEAM ENGINE IN THE WINDOW.
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