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mumsy

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  1. You have set me off again...tissues please!! xxx Beautiful xx ---------- Post added 17-04-2013 at 22:34 ---------- Hi there, I have sent you a pm xx mumsy xx
  2. Its a beautiful story hillsbro and am so glad I came across it when I did - it helped me make a decision about my life so thankyou for sharing. It also made me cry (with joy not sadness) we all deserve love and companionship at all ages in our lives and am so glad yours has been enriched once more. I look forward to your posting in 2032-the same year I hit 65. God bless you and Marion and hope you always stay special to each other mumsy xx
  3. Guess I am a nipper here at 45 ha ha!! Just one question Hillsbro, if you could have met up sooner with your partner i.e. less than the 37 years, would you? Is love as good 2nd time round? mumsy
  4. Is the FB page still live? Tried to find it but cannot, can someone please post a link if its still operational Thankyou mumsy
  5. I first went there on my 15th birthday in 82 when it was Romeos and Juliets!! What was the pub called at the side...Silks?? We always had drinks in here before going next door for the night! Loved student night....50p a pint (eee, them were the days, 50p a pint lol!!) Last time I went....prob some xmas eve many moons later in the early 90's Does anyone know when it closed? I was never really fussed about 'Barry Nobles Roxy' and the light show half way through the night. Josephines always seemed full of older people. Isabellas probably came a close second after Romeo's/Cairo's Happy memories-mmm loved the 'snug bit' in Romeo's, had many a snog in there lol! mumsy ---------- Post added 06-04-2013 at 01:01 ---------- Loved what was Max's Downtown Bar too (Carver St)- was the DJ Stevie Splash or something like that? I fell top to bottom down the stairs there many a time after a drink or two! mumsy
  6. Hiya, if you check the local parish church where your uncle lived they often have records and memorials commemorating those who fell in the great wars. We managed to also obtain photo's from them too when researching a great grandparent who was killed in action in the Somme War graves commission also very helpful Hope this helps Good luck with your search/research mumsy
  7. I remember Gary Needham-he was a friend of my brothers, think he lived on Fitzhubert Rd near the junction with Windy House Lane (top of estate) if thats the right one. mumsy
  8. Truly a sad sight, I hope it has now been restored, will continue to read this thread and hope for this conclusion, mumsy
  9. For a while in 85/86 I worked in the residential house, mainly working pm shifts with the kids providing activities after school. We took a group canoeing to Rother Valley one time-they nearly drown me but was such fun, we had fabluous snowball fights in winter and the end of term disco's were fab! It was great being with the kids there, an honour and a priveledge to help them into adult-hood-some really good, happy memories xx mumsy
  10. AngelgirlUK you have forgotten to add me on here..FLUMP but u were too young back then lol xxx SCI-FI was my hero!! mumsy x
  11. I would love to know the dates to research this and may even have a trip up Fir St to look for the house - Fir St is only 2 mins away from me as I still live local. Maybe my Dad knows more-he has lived in Crookes practically all his life! Have never heard this story before though! mumsy
  12. I think you could be right as the name sounds familiar! Did he have a tightly curled gingerish hair? mumsy
  13. I used to work with Russell Thompsons' mum Doreen and his then girlfriend Tina many years ago before Fred (Russells Dad) died and they all moved to Mablethorpe. I think Vicky used to run the sweetshop on South Road with her husband. There was also a much younger daughter too or was that Vicky-sorry getting confused! What was the 'murder house??' am intriged as can only remember the 'Rileys' living opposite on Fir St more or less, please do tell more!! mumsy
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