k p lehmann

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About k p lehmann

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  • Birthday 05/30/1953

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    Nottingham nostalgia,gardening

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  1. Very nice Ian - three cheers for the good old days. Many thanks.
  2. What happened to Ristes further down from the Vernon. Nice motors if you could afford it.
  3. Know what you mean Waddo but back in the day this area was referred to as Sandfield and quite a select area in which to live. Not sure that the High Schools would be situated in this vicinity had they have known how it is today not to mention the wonderful houses and two parks etc. Time waits for no man as they say. Any one got a spare screw for my Tardis - Wilko's is shut !
  4. I've got some photos of Nrth Sherwood St and Forest Road but am unable to transfer them onto this website. notfickjustdontnonote ... .. .
  5. At last! My 'Tardis' broke down and had to walk all the way back. I love this website but am fumbling and f*rting about too much. Does the Arboretum crowd still meet up - I seem to recollect that they did once a year or so. Also, could do with lessons on competence re. website usage. Don't understand this third party business for photo displays. Think there was an Off Licence top of Sherwood St called Reeves and another further up just past the Jewish cemetery Two paper shops, wireless shop, Saracens Head and Sir Charles Napier, stamp Shop on Forest Road East. I lived on Colville Street and there was a bonfire in November outside a small WI building Very interested in more photos of this area Thanks in anticipation for response
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    Arboretum Colville street

    Never met these chaps Ian as I moved to Alexander Park in 1964 but thanks anyway
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    Arboretum Colville street

    Shot Off in my Tardis is spot on. Haven't heard the nut case one since the 60's. On top of that I'm still trying to figure out how to wind up my computer. Getting together over a beer seems much easier to me.
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    School on Highurst Street

    Thankyou Katyjay, Nice to be in from the cold.
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    School on Highurst Street

    The 1954 map shows a building situated in the middle of Highurst St, Althorpe St, Montford St and Greek Street. The only wording is Nursery School. Apparently, before around 1945, Fairfield St ran right across it from Highurst St to Montford St. Still trying to find out more about Radford Local History Society. The archivist retired some years ago but they must still meet up some place some time ? Anybody know anything about the crowd that meet up and exchange memories regarding the Arboretum ?
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    School on Highurst Street

    Thanks for that. What about groups that meet up every now and then. Really like this website and read lots of threads but not too familiar with the ropes. Born Bentinck Rd, went to nursery school on Highirst st according to my mum, then moved to Forest Road East (Colville St) - great years on The Forest and Arbo.
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    School on Highurst Street

    anybody know name of nursery school on highirst street 1954 I think you're right as there is a 'Hope Chapel' around there some where. Any info regarding Radford Local History Society. Given up on libraries, Nottingham City Archives and such like. Would much prefer a group that meets up once a month or so ?
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    School on Highurst Street

    anybody know name of nursery school on highirst street 1954