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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!!)....
  • Newton's Inspiration by Robert Edwards

    We followed the sloping lane from the road behind the cottage which worked its way steadily uphill toward the old house which had once proudly nestl...
  • 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...
  • Tree Stunt in Botanic Park 1972

    The secret is always have a camera with you, I took this shot of the two lads in the tree while walking my dog through Botanic Park in 1972, can't rem...
  • Tram Ride to Dovecot

    The tide of time has washed away the memories; no more can I jump a number ten tram at the Pier Head, upstairs for Dockers and smokers and downstair...
  • Botanic Road, Liverpool 7

    I was born in October, 1957 at Mill Road maternity hospital in Liverpool. At the time the family was living in a terraced house on Botanic Road. The ...
  • Everton upbringing..more

    My Story My early learning years and junior salad days I remember the day that I started going to school, Heyworth County Primary. Going up Heyworth...
  • An upbringing in Everton..more

    My Neighbourhood On the right hand corner of Desmond Street looking up towards St Benedict's Church was our local greengrocers. Although the entrance...
  • An upbringing in Everton..more

    MPart three/four death and play The back room was wallpapered and painted, and a new gas mantle was bought for the fitting. It was the first time in...
  • Our house on Wapshire Road

    My Story Text This is 39 Wapshire Road near Norris Green where my Grandmother raised her family and my father along with his family also lived until w...
  • Living in Kepler Street

    My mum's name is Mary Louisa Yates (nee Palmer); this is her account as told to me of growing up in Liverpool in the 1940's and 50's. Gran loved mo...
  • How my mum met my dad

    I've gotten to the age of 44 without knowing the story of how my mum and dad got together. Today I asked mum (Mary Louisa Yates-nee Palmer) and this i...
  • Riot at the Regal

    RIOT AT THE REGAL. There was never anything to do in Liverpool on a Sunday night. Of course, it was 1939. 10 years before TV arrived there. Ther...
  • A Summer Night in Liverpool

    In a way, my father was a lucky man. When Britain went to war against the Nazis in 1939, he was the manager of the smokehouse of a meat packing compan...
  • Saturdays with Dad

    Saturdays with Dad On Saturdays my Dad would often take me into Town. We would travel by the 78 bus or the train from Hunts Cross Station. I loved ...
  • Granny Shaw

    This is my great great grandmother, known as Granny Shaw. Sadly she died when my mum was about a year old in 1935 and very little is known about her. ...
  • Gethsemane

    OF STICKS AND STONE (GETHSEMANE NOVEMBER 2005) What an unreal experience! What a surreal event! What an amazing turn of events! This all happened be...
  • Part One: 'Spring, Summer, Autumn, Scouse'

    Part One of Wendy Davies's 'Spring, Summer, Autumn, Scouse': As the Spring weather got a little warmer, one big occasion for me to look forward to wa...
  • First day of school

    In September 1994 I started going to school. This is a picture of me just before my first day at St Anthony of Padua primary school. I still remember ...
  • The Valentine Ghost of Sefton Park

    The following is a story I first read in the Haunted Liverpool books, out of all the stories in those books this is one that stuck with me... At mid...

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