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Reply Garry
11:18 AM on June 3, 2016 

Hi Richard & John,

yes my mum was from Liverpool originally. I;m looking forward to going back to the village for a visit and pop in the three tuns for my dinner.

Reply Richard Yates
5:47 AM on February 26, 2015 

Hello again John, yes I think Iremember Gary McMahon and his family,I think they were from Liverpool origionally. I would appreciate a quick reminder regarding the nostalgic,historical fact finding meeting when next on the agenda. Can I ask you if there will be a rememberance service at the church this year? being an ex Falklands vet. I should like to attend. Best Regards...Richard   

Reply John Gray
11:44 AM on February 25, 2015 

Hi Richard.

Great to hear from you. I'm not sure if the Village Hall Trust are doing another event like last years. They do events all through the year so it will probably crop up, and I'll let you know.

In and earlier message you mentioned Mrs Limbert. I received another message from Gary McMahon saying that he lived next door to Mrs Limbert in the cottages behind Rose Cottage. He then moved to 8 Scotch Springs. We now live in the bungalow where the old cottages used to be. If you would like to contact Gary, just click on the reply button to his posting further down this page.

Cheers

John

 

Richard Yates says...

Hi John, I have not spoken for a long time but would be interested if you were having any more fact finding get togethers anytime in the future. Could you let me know if this will happen anytime soon. Regards Richard.

Reply Richard Yates
10:24 AM on February 25, 2015 

Hi John, I have not spoken for a long time but would be interested if you were having any more fact finding get togethers anytime in the future. Could you let me know if this will happen anytime soon. Regards Richard.

Reply John Gray
12:08 PM on January 18, 2015 

Garry McMahon says...

I was born in the cottages behind Rose Cottage in Stainton village in 1959. We lived next door to Mrs Limbert head teacher at the school.

We later moved to 8 Scotch Springs and lived there till 1970.

I am now living in Liverpool and hope to be visiting the village again soon.


Hi Gary,

Many thanks for posting on our website. It would be very interesting to meet with you and get more information about the village. Sadly both properties you mention are gone, but a feeling of what they were like would be great

Reply Garry McMahon
4:25 AM on September 26, 2014 

I was born in the cottages behind Rose Cottage in Stainton village in 1959. We lived next door to Mrs Limbert head teacher at the school.

We later moved to 8 Scotch Springs and lived there till 1970.

I am now living in Liverpool and hope to be visiting the village again soon.