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desy

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  • Birthday 20/09/1949

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  1. I left school in 1967 and you could have a number of jobs you could apply for I started in September as a cost clerk for J F Finnegan. On Ecclesall Road the office was in large wooden hut that was connected to the main building. It was cold in the winter because it only had night storage heaters. In 1969 I went to Sheffield Twist drill and steel co ltd. Which my father was working as a machine center less grinder as a trainee work study engineer until 1978. I then have went to work as a full fledge work study engineer at Rothervale joinery at Woodhouse Mill in Sheffield.
  2. Think there may be sites at ollerton and between Eckington on the Marsh lane rd. Think they are both residential sites.
  3. Ecclesfield red rose kids and adults play at various levels. Do they rent out anything at Ecclesfield school at the top of the hi On the Chapletown to Ecclesfield rd
  4. Did you watch last night's match against Rotherham while ever we play like that andlay the same keeper we are looking at going down already.
  5. I was dj at Silver Blades the night it went up you could say it was a little warm. The ice started melting and every one who had cars on the car park could only drive them out of the front area.
  6. I know the guy was wrong but what a fuss from the motorists. But nothing is said when they completely block the pavement
  7. Does anyone around Aston cum Aughton sell chestnuts please?
  8. My mother worked in the office straight from school would make it about 1943 ish
  9. They came through Swallownest about 10 with the coffin on a tractor unit followed by about 20 cars as they hung out of the window blowing car horns.
  10. It was known as the tip but on Sheffield street maps it was known as Crookesmoor recreation ground. When the land was started to begrassed over and the factory was removed it became the Ponerosa late 50,s early60,s
  11. Down Broadway Stringfellows place Mecca owned Silver Blades. Heartbeat and Alhambra/bowling alley
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