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I lived at 59 Station Road Royston. My parents moved there in the very early 1960's i was born in 1969 and my brother David in 1972. It was a semi with what seemed to be a garden that went on forever. I was always at the shop on station road run by Gwen Miller and her husband Cyril. So it was us the (...Read full memory)
My introduction to the Monckton mining community began on a bitter cold March Monday morning in 1944. The wartime Minister of Labour Ernest Bevin had decreed that I should become one of his boys. So here I was at 5.30am on a Monday morning at the pithead baths arrayed in my work clothes and new boots (...Read full memory)