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This section is where you can submit memories of the good old days. I have converted the original page into a database-driven page and have included a feature that will group entries with a particular theme together. If you wish to contribute information that relates to an existing entry you will need to click on the Contribute to this topic link that appears next to the existing entry. Otherwise you can simply click on the link above to submit your memories of times gone by.

I'm trying to trace Geoff Williams twin sister Joan. Geoff's birthday 27th February. Lived Valley Road, Flixton Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks to Elizabeth Prince!

I think his name was Norman.
Thanks to paul walsh!

Man City Football club training ground, Shawe road, March 1958, Christened the Stand one evening in March, didn't we Jean. Beat you to it lush-baby.
Thanks to Baz Wild!

Another result noted.
Thanks to Baz wilde!

Hi, I am looking to re-locate the air raid shelters on the playing fields of Flixton Junior School. I understand they are now covered over. Could you possibly inform me of the location on the field?
Thanks to Matthew!

Not only covered over but filled in Matthew, which unfortunately means you will find nothing. The one shelter left in tact is also covered now on Flixton Road. It is under the ground at the bus shelter by the clock.
Thanks to David Smith!

Summer Sunday evenings in the Garden of retreat Flixton house, just magical.
Thanks to Baz Wilde !

After being away for a while, I couldn't help notice the changes to the area whilst strolling down Brook road the other day.
Thanks to Baz Wild!

I was in Flixton CC in the late 50,s and remember Brian and Tony Timms his younger brother who was a particular friend of mine.Brian scared the life out of me coming down Mam Tor on the back of his Tandem. He could really handle that bike. Where are you guys now? Syd Morgan, Harrogate, N Yorks.
Thanks to Syd Morgan!

I remember the ferry behind the Union Inn. We used to hang out there and the ferryman taught me to skull the ferry boat. Once, standing on the bow, waiting to leap ashore and secure the boat, we hit a submerged object and I fell into that wonderful canal. I was in trouble when I arrived home since I was not supposed to go near the canal and it was difficult to disguise where I had been. The ferryman was named Roy Sharrat, I believe. Approximately, 1959.
Thanks to Barry Chadwick!


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