Tirril - a Memory of Tirril.

I also lived here. My parents took over from Mrs Robinson. My father who had worked for Lowther Builders modernised the shop, opening it up and installing new counters. He also replaced the front window, which let in alot more light. It was very dark in there. I also went to Yanwath school. My uncle worked for the Milk Marketing Board and drove the churn lorries and later the bulk tanker that collected milk from Sockbridge Hall Farm which was down the field at the back.


A memory shared by John Nixon on Jul 24th, 2021. Send John Nixon a message

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