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As a boy I lived at 108 Moresby Parks with my family. I was from a large family, 4 brothers and one sister. We moved there in 1976 to 2006, it was a wonderful place to live and still is today. My childhood memories are of playing rugby and football on the square by the shop. Going over parks looking for bird nests and (...Read full memory)