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    hiya does any one know me or any of my family we lived in orient st i had 2 bros phil +billy +1 younger sis gill nearley all my mams family lived local my gromar grandad lived in albion st in between washhouse+albion house boys club ther name was schorah my uncle teddy who lived with them but sadley died young used to play music with my other uncles georgie+george in mostly the pag+mere bank known as toms they were also paint+decorators i used to love going with them on jobs specialy when going betting shop as i always found money under oil cloth i remember getting sent on messages what was known as under the landing as shops had houses built over top we used to come out of my gromars back door which was right next door to wash house and peaple at bus stop opp used to think we owend it which i never objected to ha i went to st georges school then on to lorain st my bros went to venice st i was real tom boy remember climbing walls +dropping down in tommy whites+sliding down st georges hill +havalock st on greased wood straight down to neddy oh i feel sick to think what could of happened to any 1 of us i remember going to john bagot hos when we done may prossesion with box fruit 4 sick kids and getting sent to stanley park with jam buttys +we used to get bottles of lemo made up opp in walton lane we would b out all day my aunties+cousins lived 3 familys in albion st 2 in northumberland terrace 1 in daniel st 1 nickholson st and 1 hapton st i remember all us kids would go 2 me gromars at dinner time all 16 of us and have bowls of muligatarney soup what my grandad made mmmmmmm or whatsas scouse pies gorgeous use to have to queue up with cardboard to put them on just out of oven anyway if anyone remembers this or me linda would love to hear from u tara 4 now i have made myself hungry


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    hi linda , i remenber everywhere you mention and went to the same schools as your brothers but alas i dont know or remember them, what interests me most was your going down havelock street on greased wood, men have won medals for less, eddie the eagle would have run a mile at the mention of it. as for watts scouse pies i still think about them in fact i have been trying to figure out the recipe, that watts guy has a lot to answer for taking his recipe with him. mitchells pies were ok too but not in the same league. the pies in shops today are complete crap. i believe they have changed the name of st georges school to the beacon WHY ? sounds like the idea of a politically correct midget brain looking for promotion.
    linda no doubt you remember new years eve outside st georges, it was the only chance me and my mates got of ever getting a kiss, even swine flu wouldnt have stopped us, as for the betting shops sherbulls and meadows they were only good for deposits no withdrawls.

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    Can't remember ever there being schorah's up that end of the street but there were schorah's near the bottom end though nearer to Albion place or the ollar that used to be a house,it got knocked down after the war due to stray bomb damage.

    I wus a nipper when I lived there up to when we moved back in 68/69 I think?

    Blurry Hell,you a Tomboy...you didn't once get stuck in a hole we made in the ceiling of a disused shop did yer? we had our first viewing of what girls had back then.

    I also remember Albion house and at the back was a floodlit footie cage..yes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stan howard View Post
    hi linda , i remenber everywhere you mention and went to the same schools as your brothers but alas i dont know or remember them, what interests me most was your going down havelock street on greased wood
    Been there,done that Stan...which brings me to the point of Schoras again.there used to be a Billy,Geoffrey and Carol family on one of the steep streets,they libed near the top end of the street...can't remember their Mother&Fathers names?
    But we used to grease boards and slide down to Nethy...my it was sure dangerous as you could have sliced yer fingers off holding on to them boards not to mention the traffic at the bottom of Nethy.

    Eben went down on our Steeries sometimes.

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    linda i went to st georges school c1958 - 1960 i dont remember much other than three boxing bouts two wins and and a bloody nosed end of boxing career. and the pride of wearing the cross of st george on my football jersey. on my first day at school i went to see the headmaster mr fletcher who said to me see this lump (pointing to his head) who could miss it ! well your brother gave this to me with a cricket ball, my face dropped but then he said if you turn out half as good as him i will be delighted. anyway linda i hope you find someone a bit more helpful to you.

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    linda i went to st georges school c1958 - 1960 i dont remember much other than three boxing bouts two wins and and a bloody nosed end of boxing career. and the pride of wearing the cross of st george on my football jersey. on my first day at school i went to see the headmaster mr fletcher who said to me see this lump (pointing to his head) who could miss it ! well your brother gave this to me with a cricket ball, my face dropped but then he said if you turn out half as good as him i will be delighted. anyway linda i hope you find someone a bit more helpful to you.
    Did you ever get to ring the bell outside his office Stan?

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    george the only bell i remember was the one that ended my boxing stint but i do remember mr fletcher was a gentleman, oh and we had to walk to clubmore playing fields and back for school games, it must have been a couple of miles either way with your boots hanging round the shoulders by the laces

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    Well if yer don't remember it then you must have not noticed it?

    Fletcher was partially bald was he not? the school had a hut at the bottom of the school yard and kids used to stand outside waiting to see who would get to ring the brass bell to get the kids into assembly,to the right of the hut was a gate leading onto a short path into StGeorges church which all the kids went for singing each morning I think? before normal school classes begun.

    Funny this, but he's the only member of school staff that I can remember at StGeorges.

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    george i remember the little path to the church and singing but i never got to ring any bell and like you mr fletcher is the only teacher i remember, he was previously at roscommon street school.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stan howard View Post
    i believe they have changed the name of st georges school to the beacon WHY ? sounds like the idea of a politically correct midget brain looking for promotion.
    hiya Stan,
    St Georges school merged with Everton Park primary school in 1997,I think there was a competition amongst the pupils to rename the school,It was named the beacon because St Georges church stood on the site of an ancient beacon.... the purple uniform is a mixture of St George's red & Everton Park's blue uniforms
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    Quote Originally Posted by robbo176 View Post
    hiya Stan,
    St Georges school merged with Everton Park primary school in 1997,I think there was a competition amongst the pupils to rename the school,It was named the beacon because St Georges church stood on the site of an ancient beacon.... the purple uniform is a mixture of St George's red & Everton Park's blue uniforms
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    But why did they demolish the old school? there was nothing wrong with that building as far as I remember it.

    What they have now is no better than a prefab building site units.

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    hiya does any one know me or any of my family we lived in orient st i had 2 bros phil +billy +1 younger sis gill nearley all my mams family lived local my gromar grandad lived in albion st in between washhouse+albion house boys club ther name was schorah my uncle teddy who lived with them but sadley died young used to play music with my other uncles georgie+george in mostly the pag+mere bank known as toms they were also paint+decorators i used to love going with them on jobs specialy when going betting shop as i always found money under oil cloth i remember getting sent on messages what was known as under the landing as shops had houses built over top we used to come out of my gromars back door which was right next door to wash house and peaple at bus stop opp used to think we owend it which i never objected to ha i went to st georges school then on to lorain st my bros went to venice st i was real tom boy remember climbing walls +dropping down in tommy whites+sliding down st georges hill +havalock st on greased wood straight down to neddy oh i feel sick to think what could of happened to any 1 of us i remember going to john bagot hos when we done may prossesion with box fruit 4 sick kids and getting sent to stanley park with jam buttys +we used to get bottles of lemo made up opp in walton lane we would b out all day my aunties+cousins lived 3 familys in albion st 2 in northumberland terrace 1 in daniel st 1 nickholson st and 1 hapton st i remember all us kids would go 2 me gromars at dinner time all 16 of us and have bowls of muligatarney soup what my grandad made mmmmmmm or whatsas scouse pies gorgeous use to have to queue up with cardboard to put them on just out of oven anyway if anyone remembers this or me linda would love to hear from u tara 4 now i have made myself hungry
    god i remember watsas pies we used to livein priory road my mun would send us to cue up!they were the best pies ever ! a fella called frank cassady took over when mr watts retired but never made them as well !!!!!!i cant recall yours trully but i am the same age 54 ! we moved in 1967 to st. georges heights ! so not far !!!i also went to venice street school from 1965 till 69 ! before that heyworth st. school ! its a shame what they did to the area ! my sis lives off breck road in ullswater st. steve

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    I used to be engaged to a guy who used to live in Heyworth Street and he and his brother, eventually wrote a musical entitiled 99 Heyworth Street which was loosely based on his mother.

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    That sounds interesting linda. Did it get any appraisal?
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    Hello Crowy , I come from Sir Thomas White Gardens , I remember a Brenda Crow , she was older than me though ...
    I can't say i remember much about the pies , i remember Mitchells gravy pies , and i vaugley remember shops on upper St Domingo road , George will know more than me ..
    George do you remember a newsagents called Wongs ?

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    No,Debra I don't remember Wongs? as Crowey never returned to the thread I guess he/she posted on a whim and so I left this thread in the graveyard pile. :-)

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    I just noticed it's from 2008 !

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    I just noticed it's from 2008 !
    Well we're always digging up the past on here. :-)

    Which reminds me...the wheel was invented around 8,000 B.C.? we havn't advanced much have we...we're still riding round on them.

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    Hi Ged, I dont know that much about the musical myself, as I was engaged to him when I was 17 and I am in my 50s now. . I know I bought the book 99 Heyworth street, which was written by his brother Tony Bryan, he also did the narration in the theatre production, my ex John Bryan did the music and lyrics, his sister Maureen also had a part in the production, he used to be in a couple of bands back in the late 60s early 70s. He was the lead singer and used to play the piano/organ, The bands where called Rogues Gallery, then he went onto being in a band called The Starliners( Who had number ones in , Norway or somewhere like that) I dont know much more than what I have already told you, re, 99 Heyworth Street, I do know it was on The Empire for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George View Post
    Well we're always digging up the past on here. :-)

    Which reminds me...the wheel was invented around 8,000 B.C.? we havn't advanced much have we...we're still riding round on them.

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    Did you know the Chiocci's Debra.
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    My family moved to Tommy Whites in the mid 60's when the houses off Heyworth street were being demolished.
    I remember of the Chiocci's (Chalkies) but never knew any of them.
    At that time I think there was an old Mrs Chiocci and quite a few sons.
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    My wife went to school with a couple of the girls - St. Johns, Fountains Road I think. Joe Chiocci came into our secondary school on Prinny Eddy in about 2nd year (1974/5)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ged View Post
    Did you know the Chiocci's Debra.
    Yes i know them very well Ged ...

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    hi debra wongs was a chippy

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