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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.

Hi, my name is Tony Morgan, my father was named John. I did attend St Johns Youth Club, but I'm afraid I don't recognise your name. I'm guessing my youth club days would be around 1962 when I was 14. I briefly played in a band at the club with Pete Catterall, Charlie Roberts and a singer who I can't remember. It was at the club where I met Jenny Law (daughter of Dr. Law on Woodbridge Road) whom I married in 1970.
Thanks to Tony morgan!

HiTony Good see rememeber few names, did say hi year or so ago. Jenny replied saying she just retired. I just back last week from Flixton had 3 weeks there, wandered the streets, Woodsend, Thirlmere, Irlam etc.red Lion now a Rest home building, Union still there also St Johns, Hi to Jenny. bill bennett
Thanks to Bill Bennett!

Is this a closed shop, posted over a dozen items over the last few days, none have appeared.
Thanks to Barri John!

Thanks to the invention of Facebook, I recently made contact with a school pal I hadn't heard of in 60 years. Geoff Skellon and I were best friends at St. Michael's Junior School in the 50s. Geoff, who now lives in North Wales, came to visit me at my home in Shannon, Ireland. Needless to say, we had a lot of catching up to do. I was pleased to show off my adoptive Co. Clare, and Geoff has promised to renew my acquaintanceship with Conway.
Thanks to Brian Jackson !

There two very good photos taken by a member of the Skellon family in the gallery. One an aerial picture, the other for Station Road. Type in Skellon to view.
Thanks to David Smith!

I have a photo and an oil painting of Urmston Grange, which I believe has been demolished. I also came across an Order of Proceedings for the laying of the Foundation Stone of St Clements Church. My ancestor was John Tomlinson Hibbert, MP. He later became Chief Secretary in Gladstone's Cabinet.
Thanks to John Hibbert!

Excellent John, can you send me copies or at least post them in the gallery. J. T. Hibbert was a wonderful benefactor and Urmston should be grateful for his time here.
Thanks to David Smith!

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!

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