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About Dennis J M
- Birthday 06/08/1935
Cundletown N.S.W. 2430 Australia
varios from being a beach bum to a forest walk abouts, but travel, home life, my garden, local community involvment all keep me busy emails from interesting people
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What And Where Was This Building?
Dennis J M replied to admin's topic in Nottingham City CentreIt looks like the old Nottingham CO-Op building on Parliement and Dearby Road around 1945
St stephens church, Sneinton
Dennis J M replied to mariag's topic in St Anns, Sneinton & Colwickyou are right about the shops my Dad had a wet fish shop on Manvers street, facing the bus depots for many years and Mum and Dad used to drink at the Billy and I plus my Brothers and Sisters sall went to St phillips school and also London Road School [it was Catholic} and also St Mary's. Both my Sons attended Trent Bridge as I moved to the meadows after I got Married, and again it was ALL COUMUNITY SPIRIT
Dennis J M replied to ....'s topic in pre 50's Nottinghami remember the Globe,trent bridge the Grove in the Meadows, Imperial Wilford Road, Queens near the station, Odeon, Carlton Guamount, Scala, News Theater,Cavondish wells road,Vernon Sherwood Metropole, and the one on sherwood road Empress wells road, the Dale and the Rio there was a couple in Bulwell but cannot recall there names
Dennis J M posted a topic in 60's Nottinghamany remember the "Barn" or Astoria Ballroom on a corner near woolworths?Redmyne and Todd cannot remember the street on a Monday in the early 1950's used to get "two for the price of one tickets two a sixpence for two, got the tickets on one monday, for the next monday used to be a great hang out to meet girls/boys [or whatever was your pleasure]
Dennis J M posted a topic in Nottingham Lingoany one know about this little book called, I think, "Nottingham, how it is spoke" need to "Edificate" some Australians on whats good english, as spoke by true englanders