Little Shop Near School - a Memory of Whitegate.

The first time I walked into the little shop nearest to our school reminds me of something out of a Charles Dickinson's novel the little bell tingling as you opened the shop door and a little lady behind the counter serving, we would spend 6p of our pocket money on sweets then walk back to school a long country lane picking damsons along the hedgerows.
Sundays some of us would go to morning service at church rest of us had to go on a hike through Delemere Forest which I enjoyed.

A memory shared by Noreen Foster on Jul 31st, 2014. Send Noreen Foster a message

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