An historical novel set in early 19th century Nottingham, an era of poverty and bitter social unrest, especially for the framework knitters of Narrow Marsh.
I REMEMBER WHEN.......
First 400 sold out. Now reprinted!
A collection of life experiences during the 1940s and 50s from a range of folk living in Attenborough, Beeston, Chilwell, Bramcote, Toton, Stapleford, Sandiacre and Long Eaton. These vary from the tale of a teenage boy, who drove a butcher’s delivery van in wartime to a seven year old, off to school on her own in thick snow, with no chance of cancelled lessons or crossing wardens! There are recollections of the joys of shopping, before the advent of supermarkets, the ‘sixpenny rush’ and halcyon days at Mablethorpe.
Available at Waterstones, Nottingham, Heaps of Long Eaton, Time for tea in Beeston, Two for tea in Stapleford, Tony’s Cafe at Beeston Marina or tel 07804942589.
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