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My Days In Pather - a Memory of Wishaw.

I recall playing peeved, kick the can, chap doors run away with all the kids in Striven Crescent, my dad frying a egg on the pavement and playing rounders. My dad made me a whip and peerie when he worked in Pickerons at Netherton. They were the best days of my life. In Pather Wishaw has changed a lot now, don't see many kids out in the street playing. I think computers have taken over. I wish every game I played my gran kids could play. I have tried some of them with them - they liked them. I have very good thoughts of my childhood.


A memory shared by Marion Mcghee on Jun 16th, 2012.
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Wed Dec 6th 2017, at 3:12 pm
kendobbie1806 commented:
Hi Marion Mcghee, Kenny Dobbie 64 Lomond Drive here, how are you?

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