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    Pam Rabon commented  · 

    Like to find out more on Aston on trent

    Trade etc., and 20 in other pursuits. The numbers of inhabited houses and the population rose to a peak in 1851, when they reached 150 and 191 respectively, after which they declined, though somewhat more slowly than they had risen. In 1911 the population was only 493 but in 1931 a dramatic 645 was recorded presumably Aston on Trent was already becoming a commuter village. However, it took 20 years for the population to rise by a comparable number to 796 in 1951. At the last census, Aston on Trent had over a thousand (1067) inhabitants for the first time in its history. Now housing developed along the roads out of Aston on Trent to provide for the increased population, whilst old cottages were demolished in 1967, to make a green space in the centre

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    Thanks for bringing back so many memories. I had done a search on greasy pete hawkhill and your site appeared!
    Had many happy memories in Airlie Hall 65-69 but I was a pure scientist. Incidentally was also the librarian of Airlie Hall but only remember 2 stories on the corner with the library on the top floor - also with a grandfather clock - Enjoyed 3 years in the Hall and still have copies of TAMP magazine to which I also contributed!

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    The Catacombs Wolverhampton. I recall round about 1968/69 it oppend for youngsters on a Friday night 7 till 9pm,The records played was soul, can any one remember this. Also I recall it being a progressive music club again can any one remember this.

    The Octopus can any one remember the DJ,s name from 1971-73.

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    Pam Rabon commented  · 

    Would like to say thank you for putting this site together.
    I used to live in Stoke and actually went out with someone who lived on
    Mow Cop (his name was Paul), during the summer of 1994. I must say I
    have known about Mow Cop all my life and even now, when passing back
    through Staffordshire I always stop off on my way home, visit the
    castle, visit The Old Man of Mow and take in the breathtaking views

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    Pam Rabon commented  · 

    Left Deaf Hill Pit Dec 1962. Worked at Denby Drury Lowe Derbyshire until 1968, then worked for Area Sinking And Tunnelling Dept. in Nottinghamshire Coalfield until 1975, Deputy to 1977, Training Officer Moorgreen Colliery until 1982, Training Officer Calverton Colliery until 1993, enjoyed every minute of my mining career. Never forgot my grass roots. Lived at 77 Station Lane top of Deaf Hill until 1948 then moved to Prospect Terrace until i got married in 1959. Coming up for Durham Miners Gala and looking forward to marching with Deaf Hill banner the Wednesday before the big meeting, one of my old mates is coming from Brighton, Jake Elliott. Hope to see friends from 50 years ago. i am now 72 Pat

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