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Childhood Memories

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Pat's story is about her memories of growing up in the 1950s.

By Patricia Common


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June 2nd 1953, the Queen’s Coronation. I was 4 years old. TVs were new and available to hire. Only one person in our street could afford this but she allowed us children to watch through her front room window. At 6 years old I remember standing with my nan at the side of the road as a lorry pulled up and nan lifted me onto the back, climbing up after me. She went tattie picking and for me it was a treat when the farmer gave us a ride on the tractor. It wasn’t until years later I realised it was a back breaking necessary job for my nan.

Bunly hill, although very small now is still there today. 48 years ago, at 12, with two friends, we found an opening, It led into an air raid shelter. We put in cushions and candles, using it for our den.  

I am the same age as you and its only when you look back that you see what hard times they were ,we had outside netties a sculery one cold tap a zink bath that hung on a nail in the back yard ,coal fires and a big black cast iron range me ma used to bake wounderful bread in oven me ma usrd to keep the range blackleaded to make it look nice .we had gass lights with gass mantles. the rent man called every week ,many wifes would take their mens suites to the pawn shop on a monday and get it out of hock friday so the men would look smart going out for 1 or 3 pints,shops gave tick. the butcher boy deliverd meat on his bike,women hung washing right across the back lanes and would have to run out and take it all down when a coal lorry came down the lane ,wash day was monday we had a wash house in the yard ma would light the fire under the copper colthes would be left in soak boild dolly blued washed and rinsed before going through a big wooden rollerd mangle ,men worked hard but so did women ,new colthes came from secondhand shops or were handed down from a big sister,mothers could make a lovely meal out of nothing,all the kids in the street would play togeather dads would join in with football and mums would use the washing line as a skiping rope right across the lane so we could all get to skip ,I was one of the lucky ones we had a nice home for the time some of my mates had news paper on the table and had to drink tea out jam jars nobody looked down on anybody we were all good at sharing if you played out and had a slice of bread and jam youd give all your mates a bite ,I with me ma at 40 Church street walker me ma had a heart of gold she took in her mother who was bed fast and really looked after her ,we had a big family and at times us younger ones slept 4 to a bed George had cancer and ma looked after him at home untill he died at 16 she had also took in a couple who didnt have a penny between them and as well as giving a home to 2 boys whos family didnt want them ad they ended up becoming part of the family we never had much but my lovely mum would share her last me da would come home from work and share his dinner with some poor soul having hard times .when I was little I thought I was poor its only when looking back that I can see I was rich only I dont count my wealth in money . Posted on 13/02/2012 at 21:26:26

I lived at Tynevale terrace low Walker Facing Walker Dean in the 1950s old army huts on the dean were taking over by families of squaters apart from the fact they were squating they wre normal working people who had moved out of slums in the East End of Newcastle one of the families had 14 cats but they were all looked after really well ,some of the folk later moved to Tynevale Terrace and some to Rodchester Dwellings . the kids in tynevale terrace would have 3 huge bonfires every year we allways wanted ours to be bigger than Daisy Hill kids. we had some lovely people living in our street , her was Katherleen,Noreen,Ronny,George, Aderline Fredy,JImmy,Pauline,everyone new everyone ,we all went to East walker school and one day we were told a boy in our class has been playing on the ferry landing by the bone yard when he had falling in the Tyne and drowned all of us were very upset. ,Posted on 13/02/2012 at 21:54:53

I was born and bread in Walker and left 40 years ago ,I often go for a walk in my minds eye around the old places I knew so well in and around Walker,Church st as it was in the 50s with all the old shops Nelly Cardellas the fruit shop, the chippy the lop hoos(the vaudy) Jimmy Andrews the news agents. Swans, the Hadrain. Mr Wisemans and best of all Kelvins then there was Ginny the jew ,you could buy anything you wanted on Church St. walker swimming baths and buying a penny loaf from Bertha Henzils. Walker Dwellings (cardboard city) George the pawn shop. walker park. the drill hall.walker dean .always a game to play and lots of friends to play with .Ive lived in diffrent parts of the country and met some smashing folk but when your bourn a Geordie then your a geordie till you die,when I was a kid we were very poor and now I am by no means rich but I live on the south coast a walk away from the sea or countryside the folk are nice enough but after all these years its still not home. and I still get home sick sadly I ve no family now up home and will never get the chance to ever move back but it is where my heart is.it is lovely when by chance I get to meet folk from from up home and have a bit of a natter,Posted on 05/03/2012 at 20:50:18

I remember some of the families who lived on Church street, there was Mr and Mrs Thommas and their daughter Moira Mrs Herron ,the Hildriths Jimmy,Mary and a lot of other brothers and sisters , Cathy and Horace Bell and their kids George,Olga (oggy ) and John, David Allen, George and Dolly Oliver and their kids Kitty, Ruby, Tom Jimmy George , Nelly, Lilly, Ray (spider) Dorothy Then there was the Roper family and daughter Heather nick named Heather Hopper! then ther was Domnic who kept the kids in line outside the Vaudy his nick name was tomato lips, he lived in the dwellings,as did Pat Kelly Vera Simcox, Cathleen Pooly,Doren Elliot, Vince Oconner,Cathy and Alex Bradford and their kids Alec ,Lilly, Jean Paul, Hazel ,cathleen, Posted on 05/03/2012 at 21:23:17

I wounder if anyone can remember Welbeck road girls school in the 1960s I remember Miss Nesbit the art teacher her class room was upstairs above the gym ,it was her first teaching post and she was lovely she had a twinn sister next door to her class was the needle work class I cant remember the teachers name only that no matter how nice and neat your sewing was she d still make you unpick it and start again! then we had little miss Miller for history and another Miss Miller for Re and she was lovely ,the teacher we all feared was Miss Turpin she had a really good aim with a black board duster and she would scream at us sit still fidgety phil! Miss Adams was head teacherPosted on 05/03/2012 at 21:41:45

I was born in the house Ennerdale Road 1961 and went to East Walker school and Tyneview for one year when it was brand new. MichaelPosted on 25/05/2012 at 14:36:41

I went to welbeck road school in the 60s was in miss woods, miss gates, miss spencer, classes, yes I remember miss Turpin always dressed in brown, I lived in pilgrim street in Newcastle, girls in my class at time linda Jorden, linda Joyce, Joyce Nichols, Sally hamilton, Freda shrimp ton, Kathleen bambrough, linda robeson, Angela Stewart, just a few, my name was Susan Oconnor, happy days wonder were all the girls ended up.Posted on 12/06/2012 at 21:19:36

i lived in tynevale tce in the late 70s,and went to tyneveiw school.i can remember miss cambell the headmistress, mr fitzgerald.had some great times in tynevale.spent most of my time on the railway lines making dens.there was some fab people in that st .wonder what they all doing.Posted on 13/08/2012 at 16:44:21

My Mam was born in Tyevale Terrace in 1937 , she said there was a few large familes lived there hers being one of them The Gregorys... my mam was knowing as Baba Gregory , with her being the youngest .. she has mentioned the names of some of the people above before Noreen , Aderline ect .I think their surname was Emlington but I am not a 100% and George was once engaged to my aunt I am sure .. my mam turned 75 this year and I took her back to Tynevale for a look around and she was telling me lots of stories of who lived where and where they played as children ... The house's have changed quite alot but we still found my mams old house number 16 which is now number 14 . lots of happy days my mam said where made there :)Posted on 18/09/2012 at 18:56:47

Bath Street for me was and always will be home .Although the little back to backs with outside toilets ( that froze in the winter) wooden bannisters(that just HAD to be slid down) and coal houses and washhouses have long since disappeared in my minds eye are still standing strong The windows that were kept gleaming by mothers who sat out on the ledge to clean them the doorsteps that were weekly donkey stoned and sheets blowing in the breeze in the back lane That is until the cry of "coalman"when everyone would dash out to get washing in before they were dirtied again Kids actually played with balls and "skippies"in the long hot summer days and made ice slides in the winters walking along Bath Street to East Walker school cracking the ice over the puddles the boys in short pants with red "welly" marks behind their knees n welly socks to keep our chilblained feet warm oh memories of playing in Pearsons ship yard walker railway lines health n safety hadn't been thought of ) chalking on the pavements for bays two baller chanting long forgotten rhymes ...how I wish I could go back for a day Posted on 22/09/2012 at 20:46:11

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i llived in walker 1939.1945, and still think of it as home, sadly everyone i knew ha sdied or moved on .I went to east walker school, and lived very near at coquetdale ave ,Many happy memories , is there anyone out there who knew me i was jean douse then...e mail at jeansymons@hotmail.co.uk Posted on 23/02/2013 at 16:38:53

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I WAS BORN IN MARMION ROAD DAISY HILL 1948 IWILL NEVER FORGET THE TEDDYBOYS PLAYING THREE CARD BRAG UNDER OUR STREETLIGHT OR GOING TO MINNI OXLEYS SHE SOLD EVERY THING IN MY MIND I CAN GO DOWN ALL THE STREETS REMEMER ALL THE FAMILIES THE TOTIES 'BUTCHERS ;BAISTOWES GRIEVSENS MY MAM WAS A FULL OF FUN PERSON RAN STREET TRIPS ECT LATER SAVED BOYS CLUB BY BINGO NIGHTS FUND RAISING DAISY HILL WAS A BIT ROUGH I WOULD NEVER CHANGE BEING BROUGT UP THERE I STILL GO THERE NOW AND AGAIN LINDA ROBSON MY MOTHER WAS CISSIEPosted on 30/05/2013 at 15:55:13

I lived in Walkerdene, Langdale Gardens to be precise from 1951 but had to move away in 1980 when thanks to Mrs Thatcher, and her very high interest rates I couldn't afford to purchase a house in the vicinity. I went to East Walker until 1962 then on to Manor Park until 1967. We used to spen quite a bit of time down at the ferry landing but had always been told to be careful, I too was told of the story about the young lad drowning. I was a friend of the family buit can I hell as like remember his name at the moment. Ian MackPosted on 14/11/2013 at 14:59:14

I lived in Walkerdene, Langdale Gardens to be precise from 1951 but had to move away in 1980 when thanks to Mrs Thatcher, and her very high interest rates I couldn't afford to purchase a house in the vicinity. I went to East Walker until 1962 then on to Manor Park until 1967. We used to spen quite a bit of time down at the ferry landing but had always been told to be careful, I too was told of the story about the young lad drowning. I was a friend of the family buit can I hell as like remember his name at the moment. Ian MackPosted on 14/11/2013 at 15:41:27

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Does anyone remember Dr Barnardo's home on Scrogg road in the late 1940s - 1950s. Which school did the kids attend. I was there when I was 6 yrs old in 1950 - but remember very little about it now. Michael DavidsonPosted on 13/12/2013 at 13:10:12

I remember dr barnardos very well in the 50s my friends were patrica small and a girl called Margret she had a brother they were all in dr barnardo's I remember they were allowed to come to my house for my birthday party I still have the photo i often wonder how they got on i remember it as being a nice place we all went to walkergate school Posted on 17/01/2014 at 15:56:21

Does anyone remember Rhodes Street,I left when I was twelve to go into hospital for TB.but my memories of walker are still vivid,my Aunt had a pub on Church Street. And all my Mothers sister lived in walker.I came back to be married in Walker Parish Church and was delighted to see many familiar faces. Went back recently hardly recognised the old place.I lived there in 1940 till 1955" MARTY Purvis nee Clapperton.Posted on 19/02/2014 at 11:34:39

Gee enjoyed that all old memories I lived on scrogg road rememberwalker park and being chased by the parky for. Being in the bushes or walking on the grass walker baths 1penny loaf after from Henzels Later welbeck road school one teacher stood out miss TurpinPosted on 26/02/2014 at 18:04:07

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Iwas born in 1938 went to East Walker then West Walker school. At eleven years of age progressed to Wharrier St Sec Modern. lived on V block in Rochester Dwellings . Church St consisted of - Chronicle office - Nicky the Greeks barber-The Meadow- Pork shop- Wool shop -Chip shops - Hadrian - Drill hall - Wisemans - Reenys - Cobblers - Battery shop -Duffys Little cake shop - Not to forget Peggy Wishard haircuts - Bookshop -Tommy the butchers -Bertha Henzells - Kelvins - mackevenas - Shorts Butchers - Moores fruit shop - etc Many stories of a bygone age. Tom Posted on 01/03/2014 at 01:12:35

What a fantastic discovery!! Walker in the 50's and 60's!! I was born and lived in yelveryon crescent, remember the flats being built, st Anthony's house. I used to go to st Anthony's church and Sunday school. Walked through the garages next to the graveyards! Went to harrier st school and welbeck rd, remember miss Turpin and miss miller who used to throw the blackboard duster and chalk! Remember walker baths and the penny crusty bread, yum! Kate's corner shop ( corner of walker road and st Anthony's road and the one further down walker road on same side before the post office on the left? We used to get a bag of broken biscuits and sometimes food on tic. I was born in 1951and lived in yelverton crescent until they pulled the prefabs down in the mid 60's. The other neighbours I remember were the Wrightsons, Harrisons, Williams, Burns, Jefferies, I think the Cavannahs?Blimey, what a blast from the past!! Posted on 07/03/2014 at 14:02:02

I lived on Scrogg Road, went to Walkergate school from 1949 until about 1955. I remember having a good childhood, we still had rationing but I never remember anyone ever complaining. I think the local shop was Mrs Ridley's. I do remember growing up and having my first pint in the Willows Club with my dad and grandad. It takes you back just reading the other comments, names of places I'd forgotten but can now remember. I no longer live in the UK, but I still follow Newcastle United and remember the good days at St. James Park. I was fortunate to have one of the great players as a neighbour. I met Jackie Milburn on the beach at Alnmouth and I once sat next to Bobby Mitchell in the Lyric cinema. Great memories of good timesPosted on 22/03/2014 at 13:02:28

I lived on the daisy hill estate until i was eighteen with my grandad and my aunt grace we lived at 8 Westbury avenue my mum and dad also my brother and sister lived in Warren avenue. my name then was Sylvia Shaftoe my brother billy and sister maureen still live in the north east i moved to scotland when i was21 and have lived here sincePosted on 26/04/2014 at 21:56:24

Just found the website about Walker. I was born at 22 monkchester Road in 1946. I remember my first day at Wharrier Street Primary School. I can remember a Mr. Mitchell, think he was the Headmaster, he was also a magician and we used to watch him in the assembly hall doing his magic shows. I left when I was 9 and went to South Africa with my mam for a year to stay with my Uncle Harry and Auntie Peggy. My nams brother worked in a Diamond Mine and I can still remember every minute I was there. From there I went to Welbeck Road. I hated needlework, and I hated cookery. My apron was always being pulled out and started again. My Christmas cake sank in the middle so had to have extra marzipan to fill up the dip in the top, big surprise when it was cut at Christmas. I also remember Miss Turpin. I was terrified of her. She had a good aim with the blackboard rubber and chalk. I can remember a Miss Cowie, think she was the Geography teacher. I was friends of Pat Richmond who lived on Scrogg Road. June McCumesky lived in Wilton Avenue and I called for her on the way to school. Linda Savoury and her sister Brenda Savoury. Used to call at Reppers on Monkchester Road for my sweets, Bunty comics. My mam lived with my gran and granda Mr and Mrs Maughan because my father died with diphtheria 13 days before I was born and lived there until I was Married in 1970. My mam died in 2012 with Alzheimer's and had lived at 22 Monkchester road from 1925 until 2012 a long time and the only person to live in the house from new. When her house was given up I had to ask for some of the equipment to be returned. My friend from all those years ago June McCumersky was the one who came to collect it. In an instant I was taken straight back to Welbeck Road School. Happy days, gone forever, but never forgotten. Does anyone remember me? Dawn WrightPosted on 03/07/2014 at 21:13:14

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My mam and dad lived in Tyne vale Pauline and David langley no 1 there now living in lost the Posted on 21/11/2014 at 18:59:14

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I used to attend Wharrier street school from 1948-1958,those times i never forget.Great times playing football for the school running for the school at Sam Smiths &all that.The teachers,some where a bit on the hard side but always helpful.I can remember a few,There was a Mr Grey,Mr Speck,too name but 2.I used to live in Oldfield road &all my friends at the time lived around the doors &we all became 21 within a few weeks of each other,so there was some GOOD weekends then.Among the freinds where the Emmets,Smitthy,2 sisters twin sisters Pat &Shiela we where about 8-10 friends & had some really great times. My very Young days were sometimes spent on the river banks,bottom of Pottery Bank. Great times &great memories.I used to live 22 Oldfield Road.Posted on 27/02/2015 at 14:39:19

I was born at 39 Wilton Avenue in April 1947 at my grandmother's house. It was on the corner of Wilton Avenue and Bird's Nest Road. Memories of playing in Harbottle Park and looking across the river to Felling at what I always thought was a castle. I often travel along that road now and the castle is the ruin of the old pumping station for the Felling pit at Friar's Goose! People who kept horses on the quarry near the park often used to have runaways and one of the horses came into my grandmother's garden. My dad had to feed it with a huge chunk of bread to lead it out of the garden. I went to Welbeck Road school when I was 5 and my first teacher was Miss Cuthbertson. I have a photo taken during the coronation year 1953 of the class with Miss Cuthbertson standing next to a boy called David Kehoe. I rememberber a girl called Gladys ? who lived on Bird's Nest Road and someone else who lived near the river. My dad had to go looking for me when I went to this girl's house straight from school without telling my mam! He came on his bike and I rode home on the crossbar! I remember the "Gleamy Man" who came on his bike selling what must have been bleach. Other families in Wilton Avenue I remember were Carver, and Cavanagh. Mrs Alcock lived on the other corner house next to my grandmother, she had a daughter called Vera. We used to go to the Gloria cinema and I went to Mr Repper's shop for sweets. Rationing was still on when I was there and the sweet counter seemed very high up. I went back a few years ago and Mr Repper's son was there, the double of his dad. The shop hadn't changed much but seemed much smaller! We moved away to West Denton when I was 7 but always went back to my grandmother's house as the years went on. Happy memories and I still go back to visit my cousins who never moved away. Posted on 08/03/2015 at 20:23:31

i was born on wigmore avenue,and moved to st anthony,s road and attended st vincents school then went to middle street school . my mam was the district nurse nurse charlton, she was welsh. my brother is anthony charlton he went to st cuthberts. i remember going for piano lessons above the post office on walker road, does anyone remember the name of the teacher ,her two sisters ran the post office. Posted on 27/03/2015 at 08:22:08

I was born in Amy Aunt Peggy's home in Harbottle St, Byker. then moved to Ambrose Place, Low Walker, to live with my Grandfather, Robert 'Bob' Scott. He worked in the Low Walker Neptune Shipyard all his working life. We moved from there to Hibernia Street/Road, Walker. We shard a yard with Mr & Mrs Lightning & their daughter Joan who was same age as Mam. 4 families to a yard. No-one every lived in the bottom 2 dwellings when we lived there. Through the backyard, 2 netties on the left, ( used to climb up on the lav roof & play chucks, which were all the rage then, one lav never worked!!!! the wash house to the right, straight up the stairs to where we & the Lightnings lived. Mrs Lighning's rent was cheaper than Mam's because she was responsible for the gas light at the top of the stairs. She never looked after it & we went around in the pitch black. Mrs Lightning worked in the second hand clothes trade, she sold at Sandgate Market. She was a character. When we all moved from the area she moved to a street off Welbeck Road & we visited her until she died. Always remember Mam lighting the gas lamps in our home, which consisted of 2 rooms, bedroom window faced the old Stack Hotel, living room & tiny narrow strip of a room leading off that which housed a sink & the cooker. Wash day was always Monday, dolly blue & the poss tub, Mam lit the fire under the clothes boiler in the wash house & the job lasted most of the day. She made soup on Mondays which lasted through Tuesday. Went to West Walker School, remember a low wooden? building with wide steps. Gathered coal from the Walker Rail line. Dug for boodie with my sister on the site that had been bombed near the Naval Yard. Shopped with Mam on Church Street at Joe the Jews (definitely no offence meant this is what we called the shop) for clothes pegs etc. Broach's? Fruit Shop (later went to Welbeck School with their daughter Lillian Broach). the Pork Shop for peas puddin & savaloys?. Lamb Street Co-op, still remember my Mam's divi number, Wiseman's near the End of Church Street, for socks etc. I believe I remember Mr Wiseman always wearing a brown/tan coat overall. The Chronivle a offices on zvhurchyard Street, the Red Stamp Store. Kelvins stationary shop, an all admins cave for me, Mrs Kelvin working the printing cutting machines, lots of lovely scrap books, note pads etc. Harry Coopers shop selling plaster one, soldiers etc. Walked down station Road, then White Street, passing the Bone Yard on way to my Granda's. When I was 9 we moved to Parsons Avenue off Scrogg Road. A lot of our belongings we moved on a pram!!! Going through Walker Park. A fawn/brown coloured silver cross type 2nd hand that maybe Mrs Lightning gave Mam when my brother was born. She moved all the stuff mainly on her own, towing us 3 kids in her wake. Walker Park was a haven to us. Tea Pot Lid to play on, the bandstand, the Parkie!, we had a number of accidents &'used to go to Walker Park Hospital to get fixed up. Walked alongside the TA (and lots of other children), from the Drill Hall, Walker to the Monument on Scrogg Road. Keeping silence with the soldiers, Eeh! we were well behaved. Going to Walker Parish Church with my sister on Sunday's. Wearing our clean socks etc. walking through the long churchyard from Scrogg Road to the Church. When we got older we used to spend our collection money, which could only have been coppers, we bought the new thing out, jubblys (frozen ices in geometric shaped cartons. Shopping for Mrs Hackett on Saturdays buying her weekly quarter of toffees at Holliers, got 2 sweets for going. Griffins the wet fish shop next to,Holliers, where my Aunt worked. we ate lots of lovely fish, must have been off my Aunt. Went to WelbecknRoad School for Girls. All female teachers, don't think any of them were married!! Miss Miller, short height, history. Miss Spencer, very rotund with bandy legs, Scottish country dancing. Miss Blenkinsop, Home Ecs we bought some of our ingredients from her. Miss Turpin, severe looking, round metal trimmed specs, with her pined up braided hair. was my class teacher-Another Miss Miller, RE, she always started off talking about the bible but very quickly moved over to reading To us from The Lion, the witch & the wardrobe, I was transfixed, didn't realise until I was an adult that book is all,about religion, right & wrong, etc. Writing with wooden shanked pens with metal nibs & ink, messy, blotters, wooden slanted lidded desks which opened by lifting the lid, exercise books. The Strap (we called it the belt) & the demerit book in which your name was written for misbehaving. Netball, the change rooms!!! Field Hockey, I believe it was Miss Blenkinsop who took us & used to shout Bully-Off at start of game. Miss Lilburn the French teacher who had a short fuse & used to shout at us. Miss Lough the geography teacher, very mannish, always striding along in her brougues & tweed skirts. Taking my Northern Counties Exams at Welbeck. Shopped for Mam at Co-op butchers on Welbeck Road. Going into Walter Cox (Coxies) with Mam to look at all their Xmas toys. She used to,put things away for us & always had an account with him. How did she manage? Mr Cox liked Mam. Mr McIver, Mam's insurance man who wore bicycle clips &'road everywhere. The man with a humped back who rode a bicycle with a basket on the front selling squeegy. The pop Mam. the rag man, rags a woodie, receiving a ballon in return. The Wellie cinema on Saturdays. The Vaudie, down Byker Street, turn right. So many good memories. Married in St Anthony's Church, sister marrying in Walker Parish Church where our Granny was buried in churchyard. the beautiful wood fretwork choir screen in Walker Parish Church. When my brother got married in late 1980's we hired a bus to transport all of our friends from Walker to the wedding. I have one cousin & his family still living in Walker. I moved from Walker in 1967. Returning to visit my family there until they had all moved away by the early 1980's. My roots are embedded into Low Walker, Byker & Walker. We as a family are proud of where we came from. Posted on 27/03/2015 at 20:25:17

I lived in Walker Dene from 1946 and went to East Walker school. My first teacher was Miss Trotter I used to sit next to Aderline Woodcock who lived in Tynevale gdns. I remember the smell of the bone yard and playing on the ferry landing at lunch time. A boy called Burns fell in and was given every injection known, I think he survived. I used to go to the cubs at the church on Church st. The vaudie was the highlight everyone eating crisps and sometimes the little blue salt bag. One matinee someone threw something at the screen and the manager locked the doors until someone owned up. The barbers on church st. used to put stuff on your hair that made it set like cement. Great times great memories. IPosted on 19/04/2015 at 14:24:32

dolly and george oliver was my grand parents kitty is my mam.my mam married alec bradford in walker in 1950Posted on 30/04/2015 at 07:31:31

we lived in airy tce i remember the brydons,conways,french,and wilchires,Posted on 30/04/2015 at 07:42:29

Hi. Great memories. I lived in Benson rd in the 60s and 70s. Went to jubilee school then welbeck rd school. Then went to middle st school. Remember Mr Corbin headteacher. Mr stewart and miss Maughan. Anyone else go there? Sharon potterPosted on 25/05/2015 at 17:33:26

Hi what fun times we had we didnt have much but I can remember my mum and dad joining in with rounders in our front street we didnt have gardens we had a backyard with outdoor toilet and a bath in the scullery they werent called kitchens in those days what we call lounges today were our kitchens back then in the 50's and 60's my mum worked at Pledgers on Shields Road and she used to buy funny money for Parishes - good old days for us then kids but it must have been hard for our mothers, fathers and grandparents Posted on 01/06/2015 at 16:15:32

I was the son of the caretaker of East Walker School and attended the school from 1947 - 1952 then went on to Middle Street. Although I now live in Spain I still have so many happy memories of Walker and friends too numerous to mention. When they pulled the old school down they took part of my heart with it. Best wishes to anyone who remembers me or my father. Alex ( Sandy ) Grey.Posted on 09/06/2015 at 19:35:14

i went to st albans was in mr bullmans class 1969/70 before st augustines anyone out there remember doolan the arsehole caretakerPosted on 18/06/2015 at 13:45:01

my nana lived on warren avenue her name was mary leach i would often go to hers on a saturday with my mam nora hodgson nd i would play with my friends in warren avenue nd in other parts of daisy hill nd on a saturday afternoon me my mum nd my nana would often play dominoes i have many happy memories of growing up on rutland avenue and visiting my nana in daisy hillPosted on 21/06/2015 at 00:46:56

i was born in 1947 and had the best times when I was a child all my relations were nearby I grew up in St Anthony's we played in front streets and everyone joined in us girls standing on our hands with our feet against the wall - chucks with the bouncy ball and my top and whip all the games stopped when I was about 14 then it was boys makeup short skirts and the majestic with lemon t at the palletta just wonderful times how I wish I could turn back the clock Posted on 27/06/2015 at 22:31:19

Can anyone remember wilkinson stores and joblings at the top of wharrier Street - Stuart Peace the butcher next to the Gloria on St. Anthony's Road. Playing in back lanes not on a Monday though that was washing day, brilliant white sheets strung out, with props holding them high and all hell breaking loose if the coalman dared to venture down. Welbeck Road school and dancing around the maypole roller skating in front streets - the smell from the bone yard going round the circle on the bus and my Nanna always dressed in navy with thick stockings and thermogene wool stuffed at her knees to help with arthritis and us kids in our liberty bodices. I wonder if it was all happy times as I cant remember any bad ones.Posted on 28/06/2015 at 13:36:57

the bone yard smell and the walker circle the 18/19 bus went round it often untill i got served at 17 in the scrogg the nelson and the birds nest Posted on 28/06/2015 at 19:09:31

cant believe i`m reading all these marvelous comments about old Walker. I thought I was the only person who enjoyed a marvelous childhood growing up in the relatively `poor` neighbourhood of Foster St. and Bath St.I went to East Walker school and even remember my first day at school,most of my class mates and all of my teachers. Mr Johnson was my favourite as he was young and ran the school football team.The team won the Walling cup and a lad called David Young was a member. We could all play a bit but Davy went on to play for Newcastle and Sunderland. I remember `Sandy Grey` and his caretaker father. (previous comments).It was a `deprived` street `I lived in but in truth I didn`t know that i was poor until had finished my apprenticeship and decided to get married at 21 (as you did in the `old` days) Still happily married to this day.John (jackie) Christie. would love further contact with old mates .e-mail thecount13@hotmail.co.uk. cheers to all Walker folk.Posted on 06/07/2015 at 15:20:13

We were all poor in those days but they were the happiest we seemed to have the longest summer days everything just seemed perfect I dont know if it was just our youth that made us feel that way and would we have felt the same if we had been brought up in a different part of the country I will be forever grateful for the wonderful childhood I had and the fond memories of St; Anthonys. Posted on 08/07/2015 at 22:50:45

In the late 1840's I lived with my grandparents Mr & Mrs Coppick at 131 Allendale road for several months until my parents took me back to London. I was about seven at the time and went to Welbeck Road School. I remember standing outside the gates trying to read the time on a distant clock tower with a cheap telescope. I also remember a friend about the same age who I played with. I was told that she was a refugee after WW2. While I was there my Grandfather dies. He had been a Sargent Major in the Northumberland Fusiliers and a man stopped on the other side of the road and stood to attention as the coffin came out. I watched this through closed curtains at my Aunt and Uncle's ( Bob and Marjorie Bell) house next door. Posted on 16/08/2015 at 14:02:31

Sorry that should have read 1940'sPosted on 16/08/2015 at 14:03:50

can anyone remember weddings when money was thrown out of the car I got lots of knocks and bruises with that but always managed to get an old penny for a woodbine or a stick of liquorice root happy days - Posted on 21/08/2015 at 17:06:25

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I went to East Walker school around 1967 when I was about 4 years old as I lived in Midway and the school was at the bottom of my street. When it was demolished the kids were transferred to Tyne View, I loved that school, the Headmistress was called Mrs Phillips and she had a dog that me and my friend Yvonne used to walk on lunch times. I went to Warrier Street in 1975, then to Middle Street and left for the world of work in 1980. Posted on 05/09/2015 at 14:57:25

Does anyone remember Robert Hunter born 1914, who left for Canada in 1952, he had a brother Godfrey and his father was also Robert Hunter who worked on the Tyne Tugs, his mother was Elizabeth. Any bit of information would be wonderful. Thanks sarah_grounds@hotmail.comPosted on 10/09/2015 at 12:30:19

anyone from christie tce walker 1960-1980Posted on 13/09/2015 at 09:38:06

Hi Sharon Potter, I remember the good old days at Wharrier Street and Middle Street and the laughs we had. You were in my class I think. I was in Grainger A. My name then was Allison Mair. Posted on 16/09/2015 at 16:03:32

hi wonder if anyone can help I am looking for some old photos or any name of anyone who new my mam from 54 Lichfield av st anthonys estate walker her name is patricia hardy ? she was born in December 1945. she went to walker gate junior. they moved to 2 Greenford rd and she went to welbeck rd school. if you do please email me dibdab@talktalk.net thanksPosted on 18/09/2015 at 11:18:10

Did anyone go to Wharrier Street 1975-1977 and then Middle Street 1977-1980. I was in Grainger House form A, had great mates in W & L also. Loved Hutton Roof.Posted on 18/09/2015 at 19:47:06

i would really like to get intouch with elane carver she used to live in bakewell tce walker road my name is terry we were good mates in the late 70s early 80s88Posted on 21/09/2015 at 18:20:29

I lived in Bath street in the sixties,my grandparents lived above us,thier surname was Dack,my name is Julie Gray I went to east walker school I remember miss Campbell the head mistress she terrified me,I then went to tyneview school my teacher was mr Fitzsimmons a great teacher who sadly passed away in 1981.If I could go back for one day,great memories.Posted on 24/09/2015 at 23:45:00

Hi every body from welbeck school my name is Pauline Hutton l was at welbeck from1952 to 1962 baby to senior I went around with best friend hazel Lewis I lived at 212 monk Chester road l all so remember all our teachers oh they where good daysPosted on 03/10/2015 at 21:56:48

Hi Terry, I'm Elaine Carver, I lived in the end house next to the allotments. Angus factory was on walker rd. Opposite the factory on the corner was a shop called Braithwaites & on the other corner wine & Spirits shop. I would like to get in touch with you.Posted on 20/10/2015 at 22:58:22

elaine just before i left newcastle we met in the town and went to the centre hotel bar you said you were going out with a fireman is this you Posted on 21/10/2015 at 13:54:17

elaine carver please get intouch e.mail / tellboy40@gmail.com 34 years is a long time lolPosted on 25/10/2015 at 14:56:06

does anyone remember the bousteads from fairhaven avenue.we went to east walker infant and welbeck road seniors in tne 50s and 60s. went to nellys fruit shop lilys fishshop jimmy galls butchers.wysmans camerons off licences for tudor crisps and pop.take the empties back for 1 old penny. proud to be a geordie. contact brian1934@hotmail.co.ukPosted on 15/12/2015 at 16:08:09

i was born in 1954 went to east walker welbeck road senior middle street school.used to love going to the town moor playing on the pit hills jumping on the railings on midway.lot of chidhood memories.Posted on 18/12/2015 at 01:46:38

I went to wharrior st and middle st until 1980 I was in Grainger house and form A. Sharon potter I was then Posted on 31/12/2015 at 12:06:58

Hi Allison Mair. Yes I remember you. We had many laughs at schoolPosted on 31/12/2015 at 12:08:56

Hi Sharon potter thanks for replying yes we did have many laughs I miss them days I still bump into Christine Jones sometimes, who do you bump into. Posted on 05/01/2016 at 17:11:10

Hi, does anyone remember my mam Joan Mangenie? She had a sister called Yvonne and 3 brothers Jimmy/ James, Paul (her twin) and David. She attended Welbeck Road girls school, she remembers a friend by the name of Linda Walker. Also does anyone remember my dad George McCrea? He is often called Geordie. He had a sister called Rita and a brother called Gerry Sidey. He attended Wharrier street school, I think it was all boys? I would love to hear from anyone that remembers either of them.Posted on 07/01/2016 at 22:52:17

Hi everyone from walker and surrounding areas didnt we all have a blast even though we didnt have much - I can remember having to walk home from the Majestic as I had spent my bus fare and that was a long walk to St. Anthony's in high heels with pointy toes - great times great memories.Posted on 21/02/2016 at 22:09:19

I lived in Middle Street in the 1960's and played with kids called Paul Henderson, The Bridons, and Stephen Paterson, Rodney McGregor and Collin, and Jimmy. We played harrars, where you had to bat someones head when you found them hiding in the gardens or backlane. We played in the galvanisers near church street, climbing up into the tar pot, a huge tar holder on stilts- it was our den. We went to walker baths and swam , then for penny bread from the shop - fantastic, still taste it now. I went to StAlbans school, where you'd get the strap off Bulman the teacher. I remember the penny hoy outs at the wedding next to John boste club at the church - sometime ya were lucky enough to grab a sixpence. I remember the fishman with the herring, bloaters full of roe both soft and hard - gorgeous to eat, and the coalman putting coal through a hatch in ya back wall. And the air-raid shelters where we first kissed a lass, and we kept the pidgeons. I could go on and on - but what fantastic people and days we'll never get back -God Bless all Geordies wherever you may be - Paul B. Middle StreetPosted on 03/04/2016 at 18:27:34

I lived on walker road back in the 80s went to wharrier street 1980 to 85 best years of my life I remember playing in the dwelling been back since I left in 91 how things have changed my name is Anthony buckley tonyb54b@gmail.com if anyone remembers me left school lost all my freindsPosted on 10/04/2016 at 18:30:36

I lived in elstob place, then walker road i went to wharrier street school, then to welbeck road school. My name is gloria jean brewer nee dack. Anyone know me ? Posted on 24/04/2016 at 21:59:43

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I knew a Pat Padden and. Wendy Byrne and Terry Morse who lived in Elstob Place. I went to Wharrier Street School from 1951. Then went to Welbeck Road School. Left in 1961 to start my first job as an Office Junior for Mail Kinsella & Co stock & Sharebrokers on Pilgrim Street. I did know a Gloria but not sure if it's your relation.Posted on 26/04/2016 at 19:02:08

my name is ruth boustead i was born 17th april 1956.i lived at 11,fairhaven avenue walker newcastle upon tyne6.i have3 sisters marjorie,carol,lily and one brother walter. we all went to walker gate infant school.i was friendly with ellen turnbull, marian redhead, shirley barrot, and carol moody, if any one remembers me please get in touch. brian1934@hotmail.co.ukPosted on 01/05/2016 at 12:07:42

I went to Middle Street school with Pat Padden...I lived in Clipstone Avenue....Anne Chambers..I think Pat married Terry,s brother Edward. Does anyone know Eileen Wilde from Merton Road..I would love to get in touch with her....Posted on 03/05/2016 at 10:18:47

I lived on welbeck road and attended wharrier street, welbeck road and middle street school. Did not have happy memories at welbeck road school as one person bullied me and I had my bag stolen ! But thoroughly lived middle street . Great teachers. Posted on 11/05/2016 at 19:17:04

I was born on daisy hill in 1953 at 74, court field road my grandmother was Dora McLaughlin although my parents left Newcastle I spent all my school holidays at grans had really good friends there I remember the greivesons,connors,reynolds and Patterson's to name a few loved going to grans and look back with fond memories .daisy hill had a great community spirit and I always was happy there. Maureensuds 02@google.comPosted on 26/05/2016 at 22:13:13

I was born in 1956 in Heaton and went to St. Lawrences Infant School, then I want to St. Augustine's School on Westbourne Avenue from 1966 - 71, where at that time the boys and girls were in separate buildings. Most of my friends lived in Walker so I spent quite a lot of time there and have some great memories. Would love to get in touch with anyone who went to St. Augustine's during that time. My name was Pat Barsanti. email: pat.miles20@gmail.comPosted on 10/07/2016 at 12:54:48

I lived on Enslin Street, St.Anthonys and can remember when I was a small child listening to carols being sung by the church choir, on Christmas Eve, under the gas lamp at the top of our street it was really magical - those were the best times. Posted on 02/08/2016 at 23:09:16

Lived on Rutland Ave from 1965-1969. My mam grew up on Rutland Ave from 1940 till 1959 when she married. My two uncles lived there from being babies until around 2000/1 when Rutland AVe houses were pulled down. I know this area has changed a lot and had the opportunity pass by old Rutland Ave a few month's ago while visiting the UK.Posted on 18/08/2016 at 19:13:51

Hi. I was born in 1949 and for a time we lived near the Skew Bridge in Walkergate until moving into Church Street in the early 1950's. I had an older sister who died at a very early age, and assumed the mantle of eldest to the rest of the Bell family. My mother was Kathy (dec'd) and my dad Horace (dec'd). Brothers, John, Richard and Stephen. Sisters, Veronica (Oggy) (dec'd) and Susan (Suki). We all lived in a two bed flat with an outside toilet and a gas mantle until moving to Mcucheon Court in 1957, then Rochester Dwellings in 1959. I remember my mother dragging me to see the Weeping Madonna in the mid 1950's and her putting all the housekeeping money in the bucket, so we had nothing to eat for the week. Me fatha wasn't best pleased when I told him. Hard times, but happy memories.Posted on 19/09/2016 at 16:41:27

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I was born in that house 1964 went to Tyne view school left walker around 1970 but love. To hear of any one who lived in my street and played in back lane Westbourne ave Posted on 06/10/2016 at 16:54:54

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If anyone would like to see an old picture of east Walker School (hard to find) then visit Britain from above website and type in the search bar "low walker". You get some cool aerial shots of welbeck road, east Walker School etc from 1947, and 1951. Photos of that school are mega rare. Don't forget to zoom in on the photos for specific areas of interest. Ronnie.Posted on 10/02/2017 at 21:56:33

Yes walker school mega rare photos i went to that school 1963 to1969 i remember when we played football in the yard the ball would go over the wall and roll down to where the trolleybus stop was by the old shop great times, rockerjonPosted on 11/02/2017 at 08:44:35

I went to East Walker infants and juniors, around 63-70. Remember Miss Lyons and Miss Ladyman from infants and Mr Worrall, Mr Hughes, Miss Loads, Mrs Phillips. Mates at school were Julie Harris, Caroline Spencer, Susan Johnson, Janice Knox, Sharron Binney. Went to Girl's Brigade at Walker Parish church. The school was sadly demolished the year I left and Tyneview built. My dad worked at the bone yard and friends used to take the mick about the smell. Moved to Gosforth when I was 12, but still have lots if happy memories of Walker. Went to Mr Cowie's dental practice on Welbeck Road until he retired just a few years ago, lovely man and gutted I had to find asnother dentist! I was Patricia Cooper then, and would love to hear from anyone from that era. Oh yes, the lads at school around that time were Keith Blench and Dave Gilroy who played for Newcastle boys, and George Hall who went to Dame Allans after EWJS.Posted on 12/02/2017 at 23:46:59

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I knew Pat Padden from School. We used to go to the Brownies together at the Brunswick Church in Newcastle, next to FENWICK (in the lane). Her sister also went. I’m not sure but I think her sister was the Brown Owl. Pat lived in the cul -de-sac opposite the Co-op on Walker Road. I lived in the cul-de-sac opposite St. Vincent’s School, my name was Dawn Wright.Posted on 05/09/2018 at 20:12:15

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