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Hello, I live in Northern Ireland and have recently bought a book which has the name Dorothy Ann Chapman inside, it also says aged 12 and I reckon she would have been a teenager in the 60's. I would just be interested to see if she could be contacted and if so I think she might be interested in getting the book back. Any help would be very much appreciated, regards Ted.
Having come from a quiet market town I found Nottingham quite.. um... different! I shared a terraced house on Gamble St with a Hungarian refugee whose chief talent lay in attracting a succession of beautiful women, and an ex- Belgian Congo mercenary whom we were forbidden to wake up suddenly on the basis that if we did; we would be killed- Mike was normal in every other respect, being a Sales Rep for Birds Eye. Frank, our intrepid Hungarian who wished to remain childless, would buy natural products to this end- i.e. items made from lambs intestines which were actually very expensive, which he
Hello everybody on Nottstalgia. I've just signed up today having had a bit of a look around the site. Unlike some others, this seems to have a more friendly, community feel to it (fingers crossed!). I've been doing some digging around, trying to find information to add to some photos I've been taking around the streets of St Anns where I was born and lived as a kid. Even after moving away to Clifton, I was back every week visiting my grandma in Ridding Terrace (Wellington Street) during my lunch break from Trent Poly. OK, enough for now - what I'm really looking for right now is whether anyon
A Blog about railways in and around Grantham. Did you visit Grantham Station in the 1950's, 1960's, 1970's or later? I am in the process of putting together a selection of experiences from people who visited the station and the general area to watch the trains go by. If you have a particular memory or story to tell, or still have any trainspotting notes, I would love to include them in my blog:- www.returntograntham.wordpress.com The blog is essentially about all things "Grantham & Railways" so, if after visiting the site and looking at some of the other pages you think you can help m