St Anne’s Turton where my parents were married in 1954 and I was married in 1978
The font where I was baptised
I used to play the piano for the Sunday School here. Now it’s a beautiful house
What was once Barlow’s Institute is now ‘The Barlow.’ My parents had their wedding reception here. Now there’s a newly opened cafe.
The room where my parents’ wedding reception was.
Meat delivery to Whitehead’s Butchers in Edgworth
We just happened to come across the man who has been the organist at Affetside church since I was in the choir there as a seven year old. He also played the organ for my mum’s funeral at Four Lance Ends church. he must be the last person of his generation still living in the village
The room doubled as my elementary school room and the church. All the chairs would be taken out after the service on Sunday and replaced by desks for the upcoming school week. There were two classroom
Lovely evening light as we walk down the fields to 3rd bungalow
The newly paved road to my house – complete with the trees my dad and I planted when they were 1 inch high.
My daily walk to school – the building on the right