Derby, Iron Gate And All Saints' Church 1896
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Would love to hear from anybody with memories of Sunnyhill Camp, Sunnyhill, Derby, now I believe called Staunton Avenue or road. I lived with my parents at number 14, my Father was a police officer with the army department constabulary, now known as the MOD police. He worked at the depot in Sinfin Lane. I lived there from 1959 - 1961. The old army camp was still there then, opposite the white houses, and as ...see more
I served my apprenticeship at Bennett&Sayers from 1964 to 1972, the scrap yard opposite was always called Frank Radfords, further up Nuns street [over the bridge] this was the original Samways for the highways,[now situated on Ashbourne road], the cotton mills were further down Nuns street, my Mother was born in back Nuns street, was Precise Torque for many years, I have not got the knowledge for the ...see more
Greetings all. I am trying to trace Frances Jenkings who lived at Jackson Ave, Mickleover during the 1960's. She was then about 16 years old. And may have been married to Anthony Koe in later years. Thank you. Peter.
We no longer live in Derby but would like to know the names of the statues standing around the top floor of the old Boot's chemist. I remember as a girl using the library on the first floor of Boot's, I used to go up stairs on an old wooden escalator and pay my small fee to borrow books, happy days.