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Anyone here from Attercliffe? (Part 2)

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Hi i am PAUL WOODS the one from Swan Street. Who is it that is looking for me ?. Regards Paul

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Hi sprouse I lived at 48 swan st I rememer you don’t you have a sister called Carol

Edited by pino
Name spelt wrongly

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Hi,yes I did have a sister called Carol but she has now passed on. I have a terrible memory I cannot remember who lived at 48. The only people I recll is a couple that lived by the yard entrance who at the time seamed quite elderly to me as a small child. They did not have kids and they were the first people to have a telly in our yard. I remember me and Carol going into their house to watch telly for an hour on Sundays I believe and she used to put my hair in rags to make my hair fall into ringlets. Such a long time ago. I live down south so do not get back home very often. ( Still think of Sheffield as home even though I left in 1984) Only seem to go back for family occasions. I last went back for my sister's funeral. I had to stay over and booked on line a hotel Ibis which turned out to have been built in the grounds of one of my old school, which is still there.Carbrook school. I took a walk down to were Swan street used to be, of course it is no longer there made me feel a little sad. Then I walked to my next school which was Coleridge rd shcool that to was still there.

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Hi prouse your name is pat my name is Ann my mum was lily dad was Ernest use to play with you and your Carol .So sorry to hear see is no longer with us

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I was from Baldwin street, Green Dragon pub top of the road, near the Non Pots working mans club. Went to Huntsman Gardens then Hartley Brook left 1963.

Great days at the central Carol Watts taught us how to bop.

Lived on Charles street when first married then moved to the Manor when they knocked down the houses.

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Hey the Allen family lived on Don Road the don pub was at the road 

 

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Could Jonny White be TONY WHITE.... he had a white dog called Snowy along with a white Budgie also.

He lodged on Ebury Street and he worked at Blaskey’s opposite Banners.

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My wifes family had the Robin Hood chip shop and lived above it in a flat.

She tells tales of hard times, but lots of fun times too

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Hi any one know rita Drury from maltby street.

Any one know where Elaine Beaumont is now.

Year went 1956 to 1961 

Anyone know me message me please.

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14 minutes ago, Robert1999 said:

Hi any one know rita Drury from maltby street.

Any one know where Elaine Beaumont is now.

Year went 1956 to 1961 

Anyone know me message me please.

If anyone knows the people in question please make them aware of this post.

Please don’t give out anyone’s private or personal information without their prior knowledge and consent.

 

Thank you.

Edited by nikki-red

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Hi Nikki - Red

I went to Maltby Street School from 52 - 59 when we moved from the area. The pupils I remember best were Fred Slater, Mick Mathews, Trevor Anson, Jimmy Stanley, Linda Hibberd, Margaret Makey, Diane Onions,  Trevor Curtis (next door neighbour) 

Would be good to hear how they are all doing now. I moved away from Sheffield in 85 but still go back regularly and still think of it as home.

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Hi Robert1999

To continue from above, I don't remember Rita Drury but others that have come to mind are Colin Foers and Terry Beaumont. Sorry it was not Margaret Makey but Marjory and I think there was a Margaret Midlane?

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