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Lyn 1

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  1. Remember too that the customer had a co-op number she used every time she spent. My mother's was 6054. My mother in law's was 71700 but I cannot recall my own. Every so often they could spend their 'divi'. A bit like a points card really I suppose.
  2. I have a Bennet College book on Commercial Art that once belonged to my uncle c1930s. It has been well used by myself, sons and grandchildren in helping to teach drawing. Great fun.
  3. Quite a few photos here of the hall and its uses over time. http://www.picturesheffield.com/frontend.php?searchterms=rutland+hall&action=search&keywords=all%3BCONTAINS%3B%rutland%%3BAND%3Ball%3BCONTAINS%3B%hall%%3B
  4. I'll let you off. Lived this end all my life and met my husband in the Paragon 56 yrs ago. Paragon much more cosy than the monkey run in Feb/March. Our first official date was at the Capitol at Lane Top.
  5. Excuse me - I wasn't elderly when I gave them my memories! Go wash your mouth out.
  6. Smedley, Thomas (, Tailor). Address: 46 Pinstone Street; h. 60 Thompson Road, in 1911. Recorded in: Whites Directory of Sheffield & Rotherham - 1911.
  7. http://picturesheffield.com/frontend.php?&searchterms=&action=search&keywords=Keywords%3BMATCHES%3B(^|+%2B)Gloops_Club(%24|+%2B)%3B#rowNumber6 - for some of the cartoons
  8. There was a Gloops Club Cot Fund - I will try and dig more out about it. I think it funded them for sick children at the Infirmary. Found this online http://www.readingsheffield.co.uk/thmile-thmile-thmile-sheffields-gloops-club/
  9. Try emailing this group for help - http://www.friendsofburngreavecemetery.btck.co.uk/
  10. We had one in our pantry on the Flower Estate too. It was just known as the cold shelf
  11. I think there was a fire and it had to be demolished. There is a Butlers Balti further down the road now ? near to Garden Street
  12. I recall that fair too in the 1950s and early 60s- I think it was Lings.
  13. My dad did a poor man's version of that - no marmite And Steve - I still sometimes do extra veg and potatoes for a bubble & squeak on Monday.
  14. They take a lot of organizing by volunteers and it is normally biannual anyway.
  15. No history fair this year but there is an event here that may be of interest Sat and Sun - http://www.museums-sheffield.org.uk/whats-on/events/2017/9/sheffield-heritage-fair2
  16. I think life is too short for facebook or twitter so I do neither. I do have mobile but never use it and only my very close family have my number. The day I ring them they know it will be an emergency. I just make an occasional call to my landline to keep it active.
  17. Just bringing back to the top again as a reminder
  18. Local history exhibition at Grenoside Community Centre on July 1st and 2nd highlighting important local buildings past and present; the lives of notable local people and Grenoside’s industrial past. Refreshments will be available. Open 10am-4pm At the Grenoside Community Centre Lower Hall, Main St, Grenoside. Admission free
  19. http://picturesheffield.com/frontend.php?keywords=Ref_No_increment;EQUALS;s04955&pos=12&action=zoom&id=8398 Try picture sheffield
  20. There were a couple of local history books published a few years ago by the history society in the area. Try the local library. http://www.astonhistorygroup.co.uk/about.htm http://www.j31.co.uk/jons_ramblings.htm http://www.aston-cum-aughton-pc.gov.uk/aston-cum-aughton/history-14915.aspx
  21. Could anyone tell me if this building still stands please - http://picturesheffield.com/frontend.php?action=zoomWindow&keywords=Ref_No_increment;EQUALS;s06459&prevUrl= The Servants Home and Housewifery School Thank you Lyn
  22. Information on this page - http://www.sth.nhs.uk/services/a-z-of-services?id=288
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