Langold British Legion - a Memory of Langold.

By, this photo brings back memories. I lived at the then British Legion Club from 1951 to 1958 while my mother and father Jack and Mavis Harding were club steward and stewardess. I started school there in 1951 and it has great memories for me, it was a great time with Langold Lake nearby in its prime. I still think of my old school mates sometimes, and even though I was young I can still remember some of the old colliers that came into the club, and even old Jack who was the doorman there for many a year.
Brian Harding


A memory shared by Brian Harding on Sep 4th, 2011.
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Tue Sep 17th 2019, at 10:12 am
jimmerrills commented:
Did Arthur live on Firbeck Crescent worked in the blacksmiths shop at Firbeck Colliery?
Tue Sep 17th 2019, at 10:09 am
jimmerrills commented:
Are you the Keith Chambers that went to live down under .? Left school around 1962?
Mon Apr 18th 2016, at 8:38 am
kchambers1196 commented:
My grandfather, Arthur Carrott, was the treasurer at the British legion during this time and I went to school in Langold during the early 50,s.
I think I remember you Brian.
Keith Chambers

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