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Memories of Ellesmere Port

EPNBC development and planning departments should be ashamed at letting 'what was then’ turn into 'what is now’ it’s an absolute disgrace and we are supposed to have progressed.

I lived in Ellesmere Port from 1954 to 1966, in Wolverhampton Rd. I went to Milton Rd primary then the Wirral Grammar school as the Port had no grammar school then. Every day there were 6 full special Crosville buses taking us to school. Memories of the Hippodrome cinema and another cinema on the main road. We (...Read full memory)

My family lived in Ellesmere port since 1892 or even earlier I know this as when I was young my great great grandma was still alive . Don't know if anyone remembers auther AVE I used to live at no 28 it was an old Victorian cobbled streets and bit by bit houses were becoming deralict ashame because it was a nice (...Read full memory)

My mother her mother and my great grandma lived through war time while my grandfather fought in France ww2 everybody knew each other and there was a great sense of community people would help each other and look after Thier nieghbours and life back then humbled everyone who had it hard but appreciated every day old (...Read full memory)

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