Memories of Wallasey

I Lived In Lycett Road

I too lived in Lycett Road - from 1943 to 1959, when I got married and left for New Zealand. Grower Jones was Bob Jones, who lived at either No.1 or No.3 Lycett. He had a couple of daughters, one, Jacqueline was about ...Read full memory

A memory of Wallasey by Bill Howard

Wallasey Village

I remember Wallasey Village before the arrival of St Mary's College. Strong's Dairy, where my mother used to buy me a carton of fresh cream. Hoylands Butchers. Peggy Rogers and all her chickens. My grandads grocers shop - ...Read full memory

A memory of Wallasey by George York


My mother was born in Wallasey in 1931. Maureen Brown. She married a US Air Force Sgt. Jim Humphires in 1955. In my early teens we were stationed in Germany and my mother, brother and sister lived with my grandmother (Mary Brown) in ...Read full memory

A memory of Wallasey by Patricia Reid


My husband, John Van Hoek, has asked me to put this in for him. His grandfather, Thomas Howells Meredith, and his wife Edith Jane, lived there. Their children to name a few were; Louise, Gwen, Richard (Dickie), Jack, Sally (John's ...Read full memory

New Brighton Train

I recall with grea/t fun going on the 11 bus from Prenton to the New Brighton terminus behind floral pavilion. We then walked to the fair with Crompton train, got a ticket for the airplanes,swingboats and the little trains, ...Read full memory

A memory of Wallasey

My Mother

My mother June Eisenberg nee Lester was born in 1931. She was brought up and lived in Wallasey village all her life. She was the very first "Miss Liverpool" - in those days it was a personality contest - I think a pretty face helped ...Read full memory

Good Days

Left Wallasey in 1964 for Australia. Lived in Russell Rd and went to St Albans and St Hildas. Was also in the 28th Wallasey scouts. Those days are full of good memories. I have been back a few times most recently in 2006. If anyone ...Read full memory

A memory of Wallasey by tonyuis

Guinea Gap Baths

I got a real chuckle of Sue's comment about being afraid of my Uncle Tony, instructor at the Bath's. He was such sweet person, and I can only think he was shouting to be heard. When I was last there, 1966, it was very noisy ...Read full memory

A memory of Wallasey by Val Lounsbury

Lingham Lane School Moreton Wirral

I remember happy days in Lingham Lane School, I had many friends including Sandra Satterthwait and sister Carol. I would love to get in touch, they lived in the children's home in Curlew Way, Moreton and ...Read full memory

A memory of Wallasey by Margery Hall

Longworths And Roberts Wallasey Village

Very happy memories of Longowrth's bycycle shop and bought all my boys bikes there over the years. A lovely man always in a light browny overall. Due to having to maintain all the oliy bikes. The ...Read full memory

A memory of Wallasey by pat.hughes2000

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