I am 60 years old and have lived in Heaton Norris nearly all my life. I was brought up on Brinksway Road down by the Mersey. In 1967 we moved to a semi-detached house on Nursery Road and in 1988 I bought my own house on Belmont Street. I attended St Mary's school on Roman Road and used to walk to school across Heaton Norris recreation ground. I remember Hunt & Rigg coal merchants on Georges Road and the lumber yard on Heaton Lane. Cheshire Sterilised on Didsbury Road and the farm on Green Lane; the fishing pond off Bowerfold Lane; the old Heaton Norris Railway Station; the Club House pub on Travis Brow; the Moss Rose further down; the Gardener's, the Bridge Inn, the Huntsman's Tavern, the Egerton Arms, the Woolpack, the Hope on the A6, the Magnet, the Midland, the Railway and the Oddfellows (now the Silver Jubilee). Happy days!