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High Row

I grew up in Darlington apart from two years when we lived in Shildon. I can remember being put in one of the rubbish bins on the High Row by a boy called Peter Leaf probably for being cheeky. I can also remember when I was little ...Read more

A memory of Darlington in 1962 by Anthea Mulhatton

New Back Row

I used to live at 458 New Back Row and remember the Coulsons from 456, especially Eddie who was my age (I think). I was devastated when they moved away, although Eddie was probably relieved - I have vague memories of stabbing his hand ...Read more

A memory of Wingate in 1963 by Joyce Bebbington

Rowes Of Netheravon.

As a little girl I remember visiting Auntie Alice and Uncle Bill Rowe. They lived in Vine Cottage just down from the SSW Army Camp. Dad was stationed there after the Second World War, that's where he met my mother Margaret ...Read more

A memory of Netheravon in 1965 by Christina Jobling

Rowing And Swimming!

I can remember heading down to Grays Beach with a couple of friends after school in the mid 1960's and spending a few pennies for half an hour rowing on the boating lake. During the summer holidays, it was not unknown for us to ...Read more

A memory of Grays in 1963

Wombwell Main Row.

Several years ago my twin sister Jane and I hosted two reunions inviting family, friends of Wombwell Main and the Secondary School. Both evenings were a success at the Cricket Club also one of the happiest of our lives. We still ...Read more

A memory of Wombwell in 1964 by Sallie Oughton /Taylor.

I Rowed Those Boats!

In memories on another photo I mention as a youngster spending much time in the Congleton Park. I would imagine I will have rowed all of the boats shown in the photograph. When I first went on the river I would have been ...Read more

A memory of Congleton in 1966 by Kelvin Fagan

Shopping At 'woolies'

I never got down Powys Street that often but loved to spend ages in 'Woolies' or the F.W. Woolworth Co. shop where they had row upon row of bunks full of all this marvelous stuff !!

A memory of Woolwich in 1960 by Dylan Rivis

Gainford Primary School

I was sorry to leave the village, some of my best memories of my childhood relate to Gainford and its residents. I lived in what was known locally as 'knobs row' or High Row, no.13. One of my best friends was a boy whose ...Read more

A memory of Gainford in 1969 by Penny Airlie

Langold Lake

I remember swimming in Langold Lake ! I wouldn't do it nowadays ! Anyone one else been rowing or swimming there ? Karen

A memory of Worksop in 1960 by Karen Walsh


Preedys was the main tobacconist in Wolverhampton and the Express Cafe at the bottom of Queen Street is where I used to go for dinner on a Saturday after working the Minors matinee film at the ABC cinema in Garrick street. There ...Read more

A memory of Heath Town in 1960 by Gordon Ford