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16-11-2017, 20:33   #101
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All these people were in my year I believe,(left in 1962) we should all be 66/67yrs old. I would love to hear from you all and share some memories. Sorry to any I have forgotten, my memory is not as sharp as it was.Robert Brian, Norman Coldwell, Limbert Collins,Wilbert Collins, Robert Cook, Geoffrey Cooke, Stephen Cotterril, Christopher Dickens, Brian Dickenson, Alan Fergus, Gordon lennihan, JohnLewis, Alan Middleton, Stephen Moffat, Billy Moulds, leslie Nicholson, Brian Norris, Henry Parkin, Graham Sanderson, DavidSpencer, Alan Stone, Brian Swallow, Neil Sykes, Peter Unwin,Barbara Antcliffe, Beryl Atter, Tina Crawford, Theresa Dring, Christine Downes,Pauline France, Maureen Gladsby, Elizabeth Lill, Carol Loukes, Jean Menzies,Pauline Newton, Cathleen Parker, Josephine Proctor, Andrea Smith,Patricia Smith, Linda Smithson, Susan Stokes, Pamela Walshaw,
If you want to catch up we meet at the Stubbin Centre Fairthorn Road tuesdays at 1.00pm

This is my sister, she's 4 years older than me.
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16-11-2017, 22:53   #102
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Pass on my best wishes to Pauline and let her know about the Tuesday get togethers. If she in contact with any others please ask her to let them know too.

Alan
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17-11-2017, 14:53   #103
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Pass on my best wishes to Pauline and let her know about the Tuesday get togethers. If she in contact with any others please ask her to let them know too.

Alan
I'll pass on your best wishes Alan but Pauline lives miles away from here.
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17-11-2017, 23:42   #104
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Sorry to hear about Keith pleased to know Jenifer is still with us remember me to her please . Its amazing how these names keep coming back . Heard a while ago that Pam Humphries had left us. Pam lived on Horninglow near the Jennel . Peter Niles used to live opposite side and other side of jennel. Stephen Nortcliffe and Mick Smith live at side of jennel as well . Alan and Rod do you both still live local.

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Sorry Alan you said earlier you live at Westfield , having a senior moment
Hi everyone. I live at Sheffield Lane Top.

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Rosemary Hanney married Derek Sleight, I think the Sleights lived on Tideswell road. Opposite side of the gennel, on The Oval, from Rosemary lived the Lennehans, and further down lived Gary and Ray Betts. Across the road from us lived Mr John (Johnny) Holland who was a Lord Mayor of Sheffield, he signed a reference for me and I got every job that I applied for. Itís always been, its who you know, not what you know. I remember we used to play on the bank near the steps and when Alan Fletcher had to go home his mother would shout him and I swear you could have heard her calling in Skegness, she was so loud. Aaaaaalaaaan. Fun days
I was chatting to Derek Sleight yesterday. He is a couple of years older than me ( I'm 70). Derek and I played in the same billiards team at Sheffield Lane W.M.C. and also played together in the Monday night games league where we played snooker , darts, dominoes, crib and Whist. He also still lives fairly local. He has a brother called Ray who I haven't seen for years. He was an excellent dart thrower. His youngest brother is Graham who I see at least once a week in Sheffield Lane W.M.C.
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18-11-2017, 08:16   #105
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Hey up Rod nice to see you are still a member of lane top club. That used to be my club as well , my dad and grandad were one of the first members of that club. I used to play snooker in there Saturday afternoons straight from match, The cinema just down road was a favourite venue for me as the cashier used to live across road from me and used to get me in cheap or free.
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