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By Gill lang on 2017-12-08 01:37:34
I was there at the same time. My name was Gillian Hughes
By clare booth was trimble on 2017-11-27 23:45:11
Paula - I also lived in Derby Street. I must have been about 7, our house was next to the ginnel. I also remember the sirens. We all had to go to the air raid shelter it was opp. the Yorkshire pub. We then moved to Stanley Street.
By Peter Wright on 2017-11-27 18:45:10
Came to the exhibition hoping to see old Salford, but a majority of the work appeared to be Cheetham Hill...!
By Gary Hulme on 2017-11-27 15:33:27
Clergy of St. Mary's Crumpsall - Rector, Canon Alfred Eames (on the left), and Curate, Rev. R. Corrin Bell (on the right).
By Gary Hulme on 2017-11-27 14:44:16
The Choir of St. Mary's Crumpsall with Organist & Choirmaster, H. R. Middleton, FRCO (Slightly left of centre)
By Gary Hulme on 2017-11-27 14:40:09
This is part of the St. Luke's contingent, with Reverend John G. Hunting supported by his Churchwardens
By Gary Hulme on 2017-11-27 14:37:06
This Church is St. Luke's Cheetham (before the removal of the spire in the 1970's, and its part demolition in the early 1980's)
By Hayman Judith on 2017-11-26 11:01:49
Miss Deakin was the Chemistry teacher and so kind. Do you remember Miss Pemberton? She was a horror!
By Hayman Judith on 2017-11-26 10:56:45
These pics bring back memories. Didn’t realise how innovative the covered playground area was. We only ever referred to school as Broughton High School.
By Philip Hardman on 2017-11-20 10:17:23
This brings back marvellous memories of my childhood, loving local to the Ice palace and going to cheetwood primary school and made class visits regularly to the ice palace to learn how to ice skate and nearly 50 years on I can still ice skate today.
By Gaynor Lockett on 2017-10-17 20:14:32
I'm sorry to use this to ask for help but a lady by the name of ida wilson placed a photo of her class at broughton modern around 1950 and my mother is on it, we are having a surprise 80th for her and I dearly would like to find her old school friends. My name is Gaynor and my mother was Joan cunningham. Thank you
By DRESS MAKING on 2017-05-25 11:04:47
My mum was a fabulous dress maker. She always made sure we had a new outfit for main festivals such as Passover and Jewish New Year (Rosh Hashana). Jackie Harrison
By MEMORIES OF SALFORD AND CHEETHAM HILL on 2016-10-17 12:37:32
Enjoyed your site reading everybody's comments, also a couple of names were mentioned that I had forgotten such as father Wright from St.Albans Church, Waterloo road, he was a lovely person. I forgot to put my maiden name on the memories I shared which was HARPER and I now live in Australia. My parents were brought up in Salford they lived in King William Street before they got married, then moved to Cheetham hill. My father Albert Harper worked for a shirt time at the Queens road bus depot as a conductor, until one day he decided to park the bus for his mate who's surname was Platt, the only thing was my dad didn't have a licence and had never driven before, consequently he removed one of the pillows in the depot, ended up being dismissed. I remember having a friend cannot remember her name, but her father worked at Strangeways prison, and one day for some reason we delivered eggs to the prison, I remember going inside those huge big doors, on the other side was an office on the left, not sure why we delivered eggs. When my godmother moved to Hornby Street nr the prison, She had trouble with one if the inmates shining a mirror at the sun and the reflection would be shining in her living room (parlour) she got in touch with the prison and it stopped after that. Little snippets keep coming back to me, like the time my godmother told me to put the bread in the bin for her, and me replying said I will take it home, she said no I have told you to put it in the bin, which I did !! Next morning she asked where the bread was, I said in the bin, her reply no it's not, the penny dropped I had put the bread in the dustbin, and not the bin under the table. On another occasion I had to go to I think it was called the Maypole up Bury New road, she asked me to get her egg order which was 2 doz and a few other things, that was ok but I had been given a wooden scooter the previous week, so I went to the shop on that, on the way back home I put the eggs on the handle bar of the scooter which were not in boxes then, needless to say everyone was broke, she was not amused. So I had to do a return trip to the shop minus the scooter to get another egg order. When I was 16 I went to work at AEI in Trafford Park also known as Metros they were a very good company to work for happy memories of working there, my mother came from a big family, most of them worked at Metros. I also remember going on some Saturday mornings to Grey Mare Lane market I thought it was magical place, then we would go and visit her brother my uncle Richard who still lived in King William Street in Salford. Then we would walk up the main road and have to walk across the Manchester Ship Canal bridge I was petrified I thought the bridge would go up and we would be stuck on it. I paid a visit to the Uk 6 years ago, and went around all the old places, my what a change, visited the docks which has been done up looks great now, King William Street is still there but not the houses. Visited Cheetham hill, still have a half sister living there, also my brother Alan lives in Failsworth. I also remember a flower lady called Eileen Martin, she use to have a flower shop round the corner from where we lived, then she sold flowers from her barrow on Market Street. I want to thank you for putting this site together, reading all the memories of people has rekindle my memories that had been buried. My girlfriend of longstanding put me in touch with the site as she has quite a few memories of her own thank Marjorie Maddisin (Hobson) if anyone reading my comments remembers me I would love to hear from you especially anyone from the Massing Family, Muriel Townsend
By Family History Forum Comment on 2016-09-06 10:46:48
What a great site, keeping our heritage alive. Keep up the great work.