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The life and times of a Peasley Cross Boy.

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A lady showed me this the other day,has anyone heard of it or Ernest Alan Molyneux?

I don't bother reading books but i collect them..they are always there.

She was telling me he is alive and well living up near Ashton and he even mentions in the book Johnny Welly being brought up in Cleveland St,Peasley Cross.

Just a quick search on google i couldn't find it.

 

Pinch or zoom in to try and read,the back is worn.

 

30482769088_f7b3f4b4f6_b.jpgThe life and times of a Peasley Cross Boy F by Robbob 2010, on Flickr

 

 

 

44349713711_5a59776468_b.jpgThe life and times of a Peasley Cross Boy B by Robbob 2010, on Flickr

 

 

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Reading the bits we can remember Sam Ashcroft playing his accordian on the land at the cross roads at Peasley Cross.My gran used to work at the pub on the corner where the flats are now.My dad used to go to School at Peasley cross. Mum also used to work at Hospital. Just before bridge there was a row of terraced houses.One was a kids magician and he used to have marionettes .We had him for one of my birthdays. As i mentioned on other threads there were many communities decimated to fling them all round st helens in later years.THAT DESTROYED ST.HELENS.   

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You could get that book from Wardleworths ……...you might still be able to.

My Mum said that she really enjoyed it and that it brought back a lot of memories, reminded her of stuff she had forgotten about and enlightened her on other things.

I think that it was only a fiver? 

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Yeah @RATTY theres some pictures in of that era...i only had a quick look.

I also tried the link but nothing came up.

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Sorry,it does work,thanks Ratty!

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