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  • Empire Day by Valerie Benson

    I was born in the Dingle in 1946. We lived in Emerald Street off Cockburn Street (pronounced Cock - as in a male hen, not Co as in the port wine!!)....
  • Saturday visit to my Grandma's by Paul Whitby

    When I was a child my parents would take me every weekend to visit my respective grandparents in the Dingle, Liverpool.8.We would travel by bus from...
  • Orange Lodge by Allan Lloyd

    Me and my brother in the Dingle {Toxteth},about 1954-1956,before the 12th of July march. (from the Of Time and the City website community) If th...
  • Whose were the days?

    My stories may not focus on the kind of life in Liverpool that many people expect to hear about. But if that statement sounds hard done by, or pre-jud...
  • Times of Yesteryear

    Times of Yesteryear I am in my 81st year, and I remember many events that happened in my life time. When I was a boy living in the south-end, ...
  • My Liverpool

    The following story was sent in by Jack Stamper. My Liverpool of which I remember starts during the mid thirties. When I was a young boy, I lived in ...
  • Great Scousers - Alan Rudkin

    Born in Wales in 1941, Alan Rudkin and his mother were evacuated to Liverpool during the Second World War. Rudkin grew up in Dingle and took up boxin...
  • Legend. Alan Rudkin 1941 to 2010

    My tribute to Alan Rudkin. Quote:- wikipedia Alan Rudkin (18 November 1941 - 22 September 2010) was a British, Commonwealth, and European bantamweig...
  • The Florrie

    A short piece about the Florence Institute in Dingle Liverpool. Featuring a poem written by Tom Calderbank, 'The Florrie after extra time'. Directed ...