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Saturday, 4 March 2017

Norma's Memories Of Hyde

Todays post is from Norma, 

I was born at 26 Hamnett St in 1941, My name then was Norma Sunderland and I attended Greenfield Street School until 1952 when I passed my 11th plus and went to Hyde County Grammar school until 1957. I was one of the last girls there as Astley grammar opened in, I think 1956.
I can remember crossing the old George Street on Donnybrook, to get to my first job at Dishman's chemist shop, where I worked just before my marriage in 1960. I also worked for a few weeks at the CPA factory, at the bottom end of George Street to earn extra money towards my wedding.

I married a policeman and became Norma Burch and moved to Chester. My parents were rehoused in Gee Cross in 1963. After living and working all over England I am happily retired from a long career in nursing and living with my present partner in Warrington. It would be nice to hear from anyone who remembers me. 

Norma Evens

If you would like to contact Norma please contact me and I will pass on her email address.

Looking down George Street from Newton Street, Spinners Arms on left.

View From The 1930s

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