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Park Grove Barnsley - courtesy of Chris and Pearl Sharp, Old Barnsley

Wednesday April 6 2011


From the photo gallery Barnsley - Blast From The Past




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Reply Posted by Eddie Irwin on Sunday January 26 2014 at 19:57
I think the girl standing on her own on the left is my mother Violet Campbell who was born in 1909.I've compared this photo with an old family photo and a few people have said it looks like her. She lived on James Street but she once told me she had to help an old, very stern aunt who lived on Park Grove.Wish she was still here to confirm it.

Reply Posted by chris turvey on Saturday March 29 2014 at 22:32
What a great photo. The house to the left with the double bay belongs to my parents. My late father moved there with my grandparents in 1935 and mum still lives there. Sadly dad passed away over 2 years ago now.

Reply Posted by zoe carr on Sunday July 13 2014 at 13:08
I think this photo is photoshopped. The houses further down the street have skylighted windows in the roof, something i think wasnt around in them days. Plus the children look like the children that a stood on the town centre photo.

Reply Posted by Dawn Barkley on Wednesday July 23 2014 at 23:10
Love this picture. We lived at number 51 Park Grove from 1959 to 1968 when my parents sold up and relocated to Scarborough. I attended Holy Rood during this period, I remember Miss Young (headmistress!!)
I had my first holy communion in 1964 and have a lovely photo of this event with all pupils, teaching staff, priests/nun's etc on it......I would like to share this picture on your site can anyone advise me of how to go about it? I can remember some of the names of my classmates on the photo.....could you be on it !?!

Reply Posted by Jean Duggan on Saturday September 27 2014 at 16:36
I made my first holy communion in 1964,I remember miss young very well and the nuns, love the old school