A Grand Spell of Sunshine - The Life and Legacy of Francis FrithA Grand Spell of Sunshine - The Life and Legacy of Francis Frith

Blyth, Northumberland

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I was born in Newsham in 1952 and then moved to Malvins Close shortly after my sister Joyce was born at the end of 1953. I t was a great place to live and Ken Dawson and I roamed all over the place: the beach, Humford Woods, Plessey Checks, the staithes, the piers, Seaton Sluice without a care in the world. Morpeth Road School then the old and new Grammar schools led to University and eventually a ...see more

I went to St Wilfrid's Junior in Blyth. Great times, great memories. Rafts on the river at Cowpen, summer days up Humford and the hapenny woods. Days out at the Spanish City. Pit galas, the waltzer on the market place, chasing the girls along the links. The pictures twice a week football and cricket on the playing fields at Cowpen and then when we were older Monday night hops at the Roxy and going up to Newcastle to watch our Rock n Roll gods Buddy Holly, Eddie Cochran, Jerry Lee.