Newton Aycliffe, Town Centre c.1960

Memories of Newton Aycliffe

My name is Anthony Deere (Tony) I lived at 29 Cumby Road from 1955 until 1972 when I move to 26 Kirkstone Place .I attend Sugar Hill Infants then Juniors and Finally Milton Hall I was the school Goalkeeper) I was the lead guitarist with local pop group the Colorados.I worked at UMM Block and Anderson and (...Read full memory)

I was born in Darlington in 1944, and in 1958 I moved to Newton Aycliffe with my mum, dad and two brothers.  We moved into a lovely brand new 3 bedroomed house at 38 Macmillan Rd which was heaven compared to the two up - two down terraced house we lived in at Darlington.  My mum ( Amy ) was the organist on (...Read full memory)

Mu aunt Cecilia Hood lived in Clarence Chare Newton Aycliffe. My Uncle was involved in building the clock in the centre of Newton Aycliffe. My cousin Terence Parnaby and his son Robin also lived in Aycliffe. As a young child I adored going to stay there. The people were so friendly. I remember going (...Read full memory)

It reminds me of the days when I used to visit my aunt.

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