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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 craig on 2017-11-29 17:09:51

I also remember Pooles chippy, they had a chow dog. We used to take a big dish up to the shop on a Friday to put the puddings in. We lived on Welbeck Grove.

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

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