Author Topic: my old school  (Read 4713 times)

mick

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my old school
« on: 07:33:40, 18/06/11 »
Did you go to linwood boys school on the saffron lane from 1960 i am looking for old school mates.

flyer

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Re: my old school
« Reply #1 on: 21:22:47, 20/06/11 »
no but i went to Rushy Mead (haggy RD) in47 is that close

jazzaroo

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Re: my old school
« Reply #2 on: 00:46:20, 21/06/11 »
I attended linwood lane school from 51-55 , my brother was also there nine years after me, I've picked up with some classmates from southfields, newry and linwood on friends reunited. from 1947 - 1955  interesting site if you haven't tried it.

mick

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Re: my old school
« Reply #3 on: 07:47:38, 16/07/11 »
I am from the saffron lane est from 1950 to 1970 my schools southfields, newry and linwood.  :knuppel2:

alan2chris

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Re: my old school
« Reply #4 on: 13:48:12, 25/10/11 »
i lived in greenside place, from 1954 to 1967, went  to newry and linwood  lots of fond memories of the saff

jazzaroo

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Re: my old school
« Reply #5 on: 13:56:08, 25/10/11 »
 I remember greenside place , i left the saff in 54 and we moved to the monsell along with many others at that time ,big mistake as far as i was concerned and things were never the same as on the saff.

trebor

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Re: my old school
« Reply #6 on: 12:16:40, 31/07/14 »
Went to Linwood in the 1960s. Lived on the Monsell. Used a pub called The Invincible, which is now a row of shops. Left Leicester in 1969,but still travel back to watch the footy now and again. Would like to talk to anyone from arond that time.


bish

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Re: my old school
« Reply #7 on: 21:02:06, 07/09/15 »
Re; my old school
Left Linwood boys 1969, lived eyres monsell,anyone got any school photos? 1965 to 1969

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