Started: 22nd Jul 2016 at 11:49
Last edited by Joseph77: 22nd Jul 2016 at 11:51:53
Mester, That was amazing.
I knew some of those people in the market and the stalls that they worked on. The best was the interview with my Uncle Bill and Aunt Maggie at the cafe.
Many thanks for this.
Replied: 23rd Jul 2016 at 18:24
Replied: 24th Jul 2016 at 18:55
Joseph and Fred, Standish Video had that on a DVD rather than the VHS tape when first released, it also had the demolishing of the cooling towers on, not sure if it is still available as the last time I saw a copy was on the Just Entertainment stall within the market and that has been closed a while now.
Replied: 26th Jul 2016 at 17:47
I remember the key cutter and the veg shop man(couldnt forget his nose ever)said with respect.
Replied: 27th Jul 2016 at 16:49
A busy bustling Market Hall, so sad what happened to it and they call that progress.
Replied: 27th Jul 2016 at 20:39
I mainly buy frozen. Reputed to have far more vitamins and nutrition because of less deterioration.
Sorry wrong thread.should be on My home town.
Replied: 27th Jul 2016 at 21:06
Last edited by Anne: 27th Jul 2016 at 21:33:18
Frank Ryding must be the last link between the old and new market.
And they'll still wrap up your newspaper on his stall.
Loved the video - thanks Joseph .
I've just realised that Geoffrey Shyrhane must have been the inspiration for Alan Partridge
Replied: 27th Jul 2016 at 22:28
Thanks that was great can feel the atmosphere of the market how friendly people were and the market and shops catered for every age group someone in the powers that be made a great big cock up of wigan
Replied: 23rd Aug 2016 at 22:40