Speke Memories

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I lived facing the old cottages in Speke Town Lane. One belonged to my mate's uncle Tom Macanally.

Me and all my mates had many hours and plenty of fun playing in the woods. Best friends; Jimmy Peers, Terry Orr, Alex Maxwell, Mike Smith and many more. Could not wait to get home from school to have a good game of football for hours on end. There were some great footballers around Speke then, (...Read full memory)

My mum gave me up for adoption, and moved to America. We keep in touch - she tells me my dad is called David Duffy. Anyone remember him?

I was born in 8a Central Way near the Caledonian Club. The families I remember are the O'Gradys, and the Worrels (Norman). I am one of the Thompsons (Charlie). I went to Littleheath Junior School. Across the road was the Noah's Ark pub. I used to go for walks along Oglet shore. I left (...Read full memory)

Winning the first cup in Millwood history ,the hall Caine shield does anyone remember this ?

Hi, my nane is Moyra Lewis (nee Collier). I lived in Speke from 1947 to 1962, I went to Stockten Road School and Speke Secondary Modern School. I now live in Perth, Western Australia. Does anyone remember me? If so, plese send me a message.

I lived at 148 Rycot Rd in the prefabs and then we moved to 3 Rycot Rd (a brick house) by Western Ave. I lived there until I left for Canada in 1966. It's interesting to look at Google street view and see how much it's changed. I don't remember many names from there.

I lived on greenway road from 67-72 was in the flats by millwood school I was only at the school 2 years or so before moving

Was born in Greenway Road then went The Mains. I then moved to Eastmillwood, then to Belfast for 28 years; now my heart has brought me back home.