hi all, loved reading this thread. My dad's family lived at 10 Salop Street-my great uncle Bob (gran's brother)had the woodyard half way up. I remember going on Saturdays to see gran & grandad & rest of family, and going to the chippy at the botom of the street. I remember the houses at the bottom of the street fronting Mansfield Road, before they were demolished & R Mould built premises there. We used to catch the bus back home, near to 7 Mile House (NOT 5 mile house!) at the bus stop and an old woman in the cottages would come out & shout at us if I sat on her wall. When I went there (late 50's, 60's) Cerebos Salt was still at bottom of Street. What is now a (notorious!) dentists practice was a GP surgery run by Drs Nicol & Kendrick. Nicol was lovely, but Kendrick was very brusque, as I recall. I used to wait for bus home from Arnold High at White Hart, and the fields were still used as grazing, before houses were built there in the 70's. Mum uses to shop at Mr Holmes shop-she also used the Post Office which was in a terrace of houses between the Ram & Waggon & Horses. We lived near Bottom House Farm (after Lamins' Top House Farm) & mum would walk from there to Arnold pushing a pram with me & bro in it. Bless here, they made 'em tough in them days!!!!