Fun at the top of town, not sure about the warning sign on the railing.
Comment by Mick on 17th April 2011 at 07:25
I dont know who comes up with these ideas of what fun is all about.
I can see it being a bit of fun rolling down a hill or on a river in one of them.
But to me not in a paddling pool.
Comment by Helen on 17th April 2011 at 09:00
Signs these day are hilarious !
Now is this fun or Art ??
Comment by janet on 17th April 2011 at 13:22
It's probably fun for the kids of today, as they don't know of the fun we all had as children..They don't have the freedom to go out and play, ride their bikes and be gone all day like we all did..
Comment by dave on 17th April 2011 at 19:44
Aye we had fun playing on the tip and slag heaps when we were kids
Comment by Fred Mason on 17th April 2011 at 20:20
Ah, yes, our fun was climbing trees at the Long Wall, Winstanley and collecting conkers. Camping in Dean Wood, playing rounders and cricket in the street and local fields. The tanner rush at the Queens cinema, Pem. on a Saturday afternoon and making bows and arrows afterwards because we had been watching cowboys and indians, in black and white.
Comment by Gerald Pilkington canada on 17th April 2011 at 23:34
Mr mason done that. You forgot jublee from the three shops.
Comment by Fred Cunliffe on 18th April 2011 at 06:19
Anybody play skilly? The turquoise does not compliment the colours of the building.
Comment by Fred Mason on 18th April 2011 at 15:34
Mr Pilkington, ah, yes, young man, the Three Shops. Joyce's and old Harry Mason's but what was the name of the third one? It always intrigued me.
Comment by Gerald Pilkington Canada on 19th April 2011 at 00:26
Mr mason its tracys. Do you remember the boxing club, not far away from the wheel tappers, on the corner
Comment by Fred Mason on 19th April 2011 at 19:38
I do indeed......Pem was always a lovely place.
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