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  2. Those took me right back, Vinty
  3. Here's some i remember I went to the pictures tomorrow I took a front seat at the back I bought a plain cake with currants in I ate it and gave it them back. The corporation muck cart was full up to the brim the driver overbalanced fell in and couldn't swim he sank to the bottom just like a little stone and then we heard him singing show me the way to go home. I was Christmas morn in the evening the snow was raining fast A barefoot girl with clogs on Stood sitting on the grass. And as kids we used to try saying this rhyme fast. I chased a bug around a tree I'll have his blood he knows I will.
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  5. These rhymes can also run alongside nursery rhymes?Most reflefted what was happening st the time like the Plague etc.Can we produce a set from this generation?
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  7. I have a book somewhere in my loft on children's rhymes and skipping songs. I bought it for my kids when they were quite young. Must dig it out added 1 minute later Some of those old two balls songs were fantastic but I can't remember much :( One two three alairy....
  8. hi , I have whiteheads in my tree in st helens , my john whitehead is from Swinton originally and he married a woman called jane smith from parr st helens . Nat
  9. Brilliant, famous book on this. Written early 60's. 'The Lore and Language of Schoolchildren' by Iona and Peter Opie. Also, 'Children's Games in Street and Playground'. Same authors
  10. Yes, very common. Means that you needed to be alert, vigilant. Also Thatto Heath.
  11. looking over the new overflow today I saw this. It must have gone over and got stuck. Anyone lost it? http://s593.photobucket.com/user/steveSJB/media/DSC00048_zpsnpe8zclu.jpg.html
  12. Thanks, Plonker
  13. Hi Plonker.Its i believe next to the CAPITALS button that i have difficulty to find! Aside from that I hope mondays match gets the good game feeling for all the fans.My eldest who is a Reading Fan is making his way down from the supposed? posh part of Yorks-Harrogate Where he now lives and works.Wonder how he gets on next tuesday when he goes into work!We will see.
  14. From the Huddersfield local papare. Giants managing director Richard Thewlis thanked the Saints and the RFL for their understanding after Huddersfield Town’s victory over Sheffield Wednesday in the Championship play-offs booked the Terriers a date in the final at Wembley on the Bank Holiday Monday. added 1 minute later That should read 'paper' - where's the 'edit' button gone?
  15. Why has Monday's game been postponed?
  16. pete its on uk play dunno if its free https://uktvplay.uktv.co.uk/shows/the-light-of-dawn-the-normandy-landings/watch-online/
  17. Hort.your comment has been put in wrong thread?Interesting never the less cos God came via a Belief?Messages came via someone and were passed on over many years and in many tongues.Do you remember that little game where you whisper a message to someone and they pass it on to the next person etc etc.By the time its reached the end of the line there are changes from the original message?It is also dangerous to take bits out of context.When people are writing at any time about life.It is ALWAYS tempered by the happenings at that time and how they and their friends are affected.I could quite easily pen a book and expound my beliefs and say they are messages from a higher being.My beliefs could be strongly held as I'm sure are yours so perhaps one of us is the Messiah?Now whose going to believe either of us.
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  19. The "Light of Dawn" tv program....I need to track it....KODI is crap....anyone care to tell where its possible to watch?
  20. We stopped here after another few miles. This cottage was lovely... 1 of 3 For sale by Robbob 2010, on Flickr 2 of 3 Looking through a dusty window by Robbob 2010, on Flickr 3 of 3 Ideal home for me by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Left of the cottage there is an amazing scenery or through the windows.. Looking out onto Fairbourne and Barmouth by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Looking out onto Fairbourne and Barmouth by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Looking out onto Fairbourne and Barmouth by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Looking out onto Fairbourne and Barmouth by Robbob 2010, on Flickr To the left by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Hazy out to sea... Looking out to sea by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Looking out onto Fairbourne and Barmouth by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Looking out onto Fairbourne and Barmouth by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Looking out onto Fairbourne and Barmouth by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Last few to follow.
  21. Its obvious that lots on here are IGNORANT about the OT and IGNORANT about christianity. Jesus NEVER claimed to be GOD, and NEVER claimed to be the son of God, Jesus also believed that the Old Testament was divinely inspired, the veritable Word of God. He said, ‘The Scripture cannot be broken’ (John 10:35). He referred to Scripture as ‘the commandment of God’ (Matthew 15:3) and as the ‘Word of God’ (Mark 7:13). He also indicated that it was indestructible: ‘Until Heaven and earth pass away, not the smallest letter or stroke shall pass away from the law, until all is accomplished’ (Matthew 5:18) Comments please.
  22. Rotordean & Tom Hall's in Haydock.....
  23. Hello All, I know that Ned has been working on plotting the graves in St Mary's churchyard, but I was wondering if anyone knows how to go about accessing the burial register for the adjoining Prescot Cemetery? I have several ancestors buried there - buried in the 1920s, 1930s and 1960s - and I would like to copy the relevant pages from the burial register to add to my family history research file. I know where the ancestors are buried in the cemetery, but I would like details like the date of burial and section/grave numbers. I have just telephoned Huyton Library and was told that they don't have the burial registers on microfilm. Does anyone know where these registers are held - if indeed they exist at all? Many thanks in advance for any help you are able to offer. Best wishes, Rob
  24. john b.it was his anything for a quick buck!Perhaps his bentley (forgot that)wasnt as suitable better the robin !
  25. Bike Spurz on Common Brow........
  26. The owner of Hartleys told me years ago he raced against John Surtees at aintree,he was well beaten,had a picture in the shop.
  27. I would agree with that. There was another St Helens rider, Bob Smith. From what I saw of his riding, he would have been up there with Geoff Duke had he not died at Scarborough.
  28. A few miles later we stumbled on this. Derelict farmhouse by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Derelict farmhouse by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Derelict barn by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Derelict barn by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Derelict farmhouse by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Derelict farmhouse by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Derelict farmyard by Robbob 2010, on Flickr We then carried on. Panoramic West Wales by Robbob 2010, on Flickr West Wales by Robbob 2010, on Flickr West Wales by Robbob 2010, on Flickr Heading towards the coast,to follow.
  29. If anyone deserves a statue in the town for their achievements then it must be Geoff Duke.
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