Author Topic: Harpurhey memories  (Read 31188 times)

Parky

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Re: Harpurhey memories
« Reply #75 on: 19:34:47, 20/07/17 »
I remember having my first tattoo at a shop on upper Conran  street , the name of the tattooist was a "character " called Cash cooper he was rough as a bears bum and you didn't take liberties with him  ,he finished nearly a bottle of whisky whilst he did my tattoo, and physically threw my mate out of the shop for messing about ;D  I was only fifteen at the time but it was one of those steps of growing up in the real world,( not the tattoo but the experience)

St Chads Lad

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Re: Harpurhey memories
« Reply #76 on: 19:52:55, 20/07/17 »
A mate of mine lived on Lotherton st. in the early 70's it's very different place now

celeste

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Re: Harpurhey memories
« Reply #77 on: 20:01:19, 20/07/17 »
Freddie Garrity lived there (Freddie & the Dreamers) - that's the only thing I can remember about Harpurhey
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Re: Harpurhey memories
« Reply #78 on: 17:25:32, 03/09/17 »
My mother Hazel Harrison lived at 15, Pleasant Street in 1954.
If anyone knows anything about her or her family.
I would love to know.

Andrew

barbara duffy

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Re: Harpurhey memories
« Reply #79 on: 21:18:24, 06/01/19 »
Went to Harpurhey Technical High School for girls between 1964 to 1970 My name then was Barbara Duffy my older sister Susan also my younger sister Carole Remember all the girls have been to two reunions but nobody there from my time


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