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Fir Grove Westquarter - a Memory of Westquarter.

I have just joined and was intrested to read about Curly and Jeenie. I used to be pals with George Breen who still lives in Westquarter. My thoughts of Westquarter was the parents who lived in the Grove; Mcdonalds (Bert), the Tollins family (Myra, Illean), the Mackee family (Andrew, John and Margaret and their parents, Andrew and Mary). Our parents played in the street with us at 'kick the can' and rounders, every parent was proud of the garden. My nickname was 'biff' hoggan. We all played down the glen and at the sandhole at the Westquarter Coop at the bottom of Hillside Terrace.


A memory shared by Robert Hoggan on May 9th, 2013.
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