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  1. Knew Alan very he was my oldest brothers best mate. Grew up with Pam, last time I saw her was in 1994 when we were creating havoc up west street constructing the tram track.If you should get in touch with her tell her jeff from anlaby street sends his regards.


    Hi Geoff - it's Pam - I came across this 'Anlaby Street' topic yesterday and joined the Forum so I could reply - better late than never. It's strange how names come back to you, especially so at 3pm! Hope you are well. I saw David a couple of weeks ago, he's still the same! Did Graham Challenger live in our street - Susan & Megan Sharman, Pauline Moyses and a family nr top of street called 'kitchen' or something like that. Stephen Green lived next to us at No 9. Alan Pass lived in High House Terrace, John Fitz on Cuthbert Bank, Cameron Welsh-Belshaw lived there too I think. Give my regards to Pete when you see him, I sometimes see Bobby and he hasn't changed much either!

    alan you refer to my brother got killed in a car crash 80s maybe stu was is brother

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    Hi Fleetwood, My mum bought both off them items for the home

    or pack up but potted meat was our favourite.

    I once lived in digs in Pitsmoor on Hanover St, i paid full board not

    bad digs but the landlady offered to do my daily pack up each week,

    what i got fed up with was beef spread- beef spread- Beef spread

    not that i minded so but is all that they sold in shops. :hihi::hihi: Brian


    back in the saddle computer that works and a keyboard with very larg letters for a blind man, driving days now over and my driver refuse to wear the little cap???give us a call flyer

  3. I keep forgetting Driffield Street old age and misery creeping in


    since 511 was across from Driffield and Cotterm wonder if my aunt lived more close to Eded to my 5yr old mind upper slack may have been to far all i seem to remember is very short st or dirt rd with the river /canal at the bottom maybe only 150 yards away my mother would send me up with goodie bag just how far could a 5yr old walk ??:confused::confused:

  4. I lived on High House Road early 60's. Cuthbert Bank was at the top and Bamforth St at the bottom. The top of High House Rd also led to what we called "the tip" Had pigeon coops and a scrap yard which all led down to Penistone Rd.


    did you know my brother peter and jenny clarke lived high house at that time??

  5. no it was on the corner of Burton St and Penistone Rd


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    we re talking about the real Penistone rd from hillfoot bridge to Bradfield Rd beyond that was posh


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    the shop was at the bottom of cottom st old man woodhead had a big house with a stable opposite he used to have a big horse and did a round selling selling fruit


    even I remember that shop 1939 we had small shop at 511 my mother would bake meat and pot pies all night remember the wife's coming in with hubby carrying the pots to put in the pies my mother would flood the dish with gravy yum yum:thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:

  6. 'Those links' are 2014.


    the link maybe 2014 but the the content is way out of date for the update Google Dr Bernstien Mayo clinic N.Y or Sheffield &Bradford Uni,now i have lived in London Ont (the home of Dr Banting)since 65 and we have one of the largest center in the world but even we will transplant a heart with no problem but are light years behind the states in many new medicines and treatments,and as i said it worked for me:|:|

  7. Firstly, it was a question - not a statement.


    Read and learn


    And this http://www.diabetes.co.uk/body/testosterone-and-diabetes.html

    There is a link between Type 2 diabetes and low testosterone levels but your figures are way off.


    those links are 19th century we have come a long way since then even to one U.K doctor claim? he as NEVER had one to get type 2 that he caught before that he treated with hormone shots one of the main tests was done at Sheffield uni I am 80 with good weight and have cut down my insulin shots by 75% BY INCREASE MY HORMONE LEVEL WOOPS still hiting wrong keys:thumbsup::thumbsup:

  8. Since many of those suffering with Type 2 diabetes do so due to obesity and considering that it is mainly avoidable and reversible - should those who are overweight have more support and encouragement to improve their diet and take more exercise and be refused NHS care until they do so ?



    excuse me not seeing to well BUT that is the most uninformed sand silly statement i have ever heard it as been long since shown from all the medical uns/ that type 2 is 90% hormone related testoserone in men over 45 and in female those who have been on replacment very rare get type 2 this is not counting the very obest for lots of info just Google diabetes and testosterone and lots of info will pop up some from Sheffield and Bradford unis excuse typos not seeing what i type:cool::cool:

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