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  • Birthday 12/11/1952

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  1. Mr Kyme who took over from Mr Hawley (who left after a bout of illness) used to take us rambling. Only in later life did I find out he was a published author with a book on rambling. ((Look it up on google)
  2. Was there from 63 to 68. Best memory's the trolley race each year fave lessons metalwork wIth mr Brian Hurst and science with mr Philips throbber thrives was head and chinney Wilson dept head.
  3. Help! Wife and I are the only people to tend our family grave in Abby Lane. Although both born and raised in Sheffield we now live in Hinckley and only get to tend it five or six times a year. However we got up on Sunday the first I'd December with flowers etc. To find a bunch of red roses there which only looked about a week old. The grave holds my grandma Betsy Ann Died 1935 my grandad Joseph died about 1962 and my uncle Douglas killed in about 1940 a war casualty. They were Whitham Sandersons. Also my parents ashes Jack and Elsie Downing can anbody please throw light on where the flowers came from. I think I am the last of this line so would appreciate any info on this one 🙏
  4. The woman who ran the place (not the owner) was known by all as "auntie" think A Connie Evans also worked there but can't remember the two Mentioned.
  5. Pashleys on Chesterfield Rd. With a bit of crackle on run by Jessie Pashley.
  6. Brooks paper shop at the bottom of Well Rd. 1 shilling a round and 1/6 for the green uns. Up well to Sturge and Boynton to St Andrews church and back a different way.
  7. I was informed that they were taken out of service because the law at the time said that passengers were not allowed to travel in an articulated vehicle.
  8. Remember Brian he used to sharpen the cylinder from my lawn mower in exchange for a few welding favours. RIP mate.
  9. Just got back to Hinckley from a trip to Loxley cemetry to place some flowers on my wife's Grandparents grave. The flowers are back with us as we could not get to the grave as it is impassable with five foot high brambles and weeds. No one can visit loved ones there as you can't get to them. Any one else had a similar experience. ?
  10. Anyone who is a driver should avoid Sheffield like the plague. The bus and tram lanes alone are a nightmare. I would not like to come back, I couldn't afford the penalties.
  11. Sorry. As we used to sing around the camp fire" you will never get to heaven in Ivers car, cause Ivers cat won't go that far". Do you also remember mr Gillmore.
  12. Hi Duffems, I was also in 74th Oak St , I found outlast week on a Facebook group " Heeley past and present" that Ivan Huchinson cub leader had died some years ago, worth a look.
  13. Went to the College of FE next door and Mr Wardle was principle there ,it's got to be the same guy?
  14. Loved tiger nuts , haven't seen them for long enough but think they are now more common for Carp fishing bait. Such a waste !
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