Learned To Swim - a Memory of Prudhoe.

Just below the bridge on the ovingham side most of the lads learned to swim and through stones at
what we thought was rats now I know they were water voles a much endangered species .Waste from Corbridge and other places flowed into the Tyne untreated we would be there all day with a fire going and you had to bring some wood if you wanted to share the fire. No drugs in them days in fact I can not remember any one smoking. No names no pack drill.

A memory shared by wgibson67 on Feb 6th, 2016. Send wgibson67 a message.

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