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My sisters, Anne and Mary, and I lived at the Vicarage, 175 Linacre Lane on the corner of Monfa Road. The church was along Monfa Road. We had a Cable Works opposite and during the war there was no canteen but workers were invited to the vicarage garden back lawn for a cuppa at lunch time, served from our summer (...Read full memory)

Does anyone have any memory of my grandparents, Philip and Margaret Harrington, who lived at No.38? She died 1923, he in 1929.

I am researching my family, the Mumerys, who lived at 24 Elm Road and owned a bakers which was bombed out in the Blitz on Bridge Road. If anyone could tell me anything else about them I would be really grateful. My family is over from new Zealand at Christmas, and I'm going to take them round the old family (...Read full memory)

During the Second World War I lived in Beach Road in a flat on the premises of Lewis's factory. My father was the manager there. The factory usually made men's clothing for the Lewis's stores but during the war it made army uniforms. It was very close to the docks and was heavily raided and my parents with others walked the (...Read full memory)

Our family lived in Palmerston Avenue, and then moved to Palmerston Drive (both named after Lord Palmerston). One of my most significant memories of life in Palmerston Drive was when people living in the whole street had to be evacuated during the bombing because of the threat caused by the fire at the nearby (...Read full memory)

I was born 16 Violet Road in 1960 and lived there up until 1970 when we moved up to Church Road (dead posh). As a kid I played on the 'Matchy' where all my mates learnt how climb and on the 'Rella' where the kids from Lily Road had a football pitch in between the two railway lines that ran to the docks. Happy days when (...Read full memory)

My father, William Thomas 'Tom' Williams, was born at 9 Parmerston Drive on 23 Mar 1902 to Catherine Miriam Johnstone/Johnson and John Williams.

I came to Bridge Road when I was 6 months old with my mum and dad.  Ormes was the corner shop, there was also a grocers next door (I think). On  a block the other way I remember Cruickshanks, I remember it was a joy going into his shop. Also next door but one to me was the dentist (Mr Nair). I have lots of really good (...Read full memory)