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    Mick commented  · 

    I remember playing in the 1st Deaf Hill Pit inter department cricket competition about 1952 ish. the year after the playing fields opened, I was a member of the winning team called the quack quacks we beat the favourites in the final captained by Charlie Young over 40 overs, has anyone got a copy of the photograph. I then played for Deaf Hill cricket team.
    Excellent website, i read it daily

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    I too remember the rag and bone men, didn't they sometimes give kids a goldfish that always died. I remember so many things, Markeaton park , boating on the lake in the old fashioned row boats and falling in the lake. Ryknald reck , I used to go there a lot. The River gardens, for some reason I always felt afraid when I went there. remember the open market that used to be next to the River gardens. do you have more memories to share

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    I am constantly amazed by the extent and presentation of the articles that make up your site. You and your associate editors must be congratulated on the incredible detail to be found in all of the pages, stories and histories. Your site isn't just extensive, it's fascinating and your attention to detail is second to none. I hope that you will be able to keep it all going for many years to come -- very well done!!

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    Your page is fantastic. Only just found it. Born in 47. My haunts were the Casino in the arcade. I was 15 at the time. Saw Spencer Davis group there and the Moody Blues when Denny laine was the lead singer. I was a mod in those days. Later the Ship and Rainbow in Wolverhampton. Didn't know it at the time but met Sharon Osborne there she was with her day. Not very old, she wore white ankle socks which looked so out if place. Later into the Dirty Duck and the Soders Web in station street

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    Well, what a find ! I lived on Sands Road until I was 23, I scrolled
    through page just in case I recognised a name. When you are
    at school I think you tend to remember names of the older pupils, in a
    way you look up to them, John Bracegirdle, I remember you ! I wonder if
    you remember Steve Pointon a year below you at Castle Primary I saw
    Nidge a few years ago, anyway If anyone else sees this I hope the
    memories give you a grin and would like to read of anyone who used to
    drink in the Mow in the Eighties Steve Harding (Googie) Steve
    Sanderson, Mart ,Brian Hassle and Gary Knapper were also good mates

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