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Fairthornroader

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  1. Retirement brings on many extramural activities and having nearly completed my bucket list before the next bucket I see is the one I kick, I thought it prudent to see who's left out of my old class and where and WHO they are now ( many of the girls will obviously have a change of name ).. See link below http://www.picturesheffield.com/frontend.php?action=printdetails&keywords=Ref_No_increment;EQUALS;m00003 A few of our motley crew, I have sincerely missed since I left and I curiously would like to see how we all did after Smiley's J4 class and the ensuing 11+ dispersal.
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    Hatfield House Lane Class J3 1962 Where are you?

    Yes, I did notice that one during my search. Look much more professional than the one's we performed for parents each Xmas in the Infants /Juniors of my time. My acting career was thwarted after the first production. Sorry, didn't catch your first name.. I take it that you stayed in Sheffield all of your life ?
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    Hatfield House Lane Class J3 1962 Where are you?

    Hi Syrup. Thanks fo the contact. Correct, it's Cliff stood next me in the original photo. Sadly, the picture you posted up is too small for me to identify anybody from it and I have to assume that this was a team from the Seniors ( one of Whitfield's entourage ) ,, not the juniors. Only twice was I ever invited over the fence to the seniors during my time at HHL infants/juniors. 1st to see dentist ( never again! ) and for an annual sports day event, throwing discus.
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    19 Fairthorn Road, Sheffield

    Small world! Although I am now, a long long way from there, I used to live at 21 ( next door ). 1952 to 1964. as a child.. "Auntie Bet " used to give me a boiled sweet FISH from her sweet jar at least once a week.. She was an absolute gem. Alf too, was a real gent and I remember him always making the effort to wear his suit on most days of the week. He died whilst I was still at Junior school but Mrs G carried on like the cheerful trooper she always was. There were no other residents at #19 Jan.. Strange, but as a grandchild to them, you would think I would have remembered you on any visitation? Sadly, I cannot.. There was the occasional friend or relative who used to visit by car ( an old black Ford, sit up and beg type ).. I only noticed your posting today 15/03/18 as I have just joined the forum to see if I can tie up with some of my past school mates from Hatfield House Lane Infant/Junior school in 63/64 .
  5. Retirement brings on many extramural activities and having nearly completed my bucket list before the next bucket I see is the one I kick, I thought it prudent to see who's left out of my old class and where and WHO they are now ( many of the girls will obviously have a change of name ).. See link below http://www.picturesheffield.com/frontend.php?action=printdetails&keywords=Ref_No_increment;EQUALS;m00003 A few of our motley crew, I have sincerely missed since I left and I curiously would like to see how we all did after Smiley's J4 class and the ensuing 11+ dispersal. If you haven't sussed yet which one I am in the group,,, go top row and remember the one that went off to Canada at an early age from Fairthorn road.. Came back a few times too but never really got to be in contact with the old class.. I know about Beryl thanks and was recently chatting to Chris ( who hasn't changed a bit and is still a grumpy old bugger and I luv him to bits ) .. Particularly would like to hear from Gwenda who lived on the corner of Rolleston road and Sicey avenue. ( Last time our eyes met was when I came past the house, with my parents in tow, aged then? About 14 /15 ).. Look forward to your responses.
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