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Where was your favourite place as a child?

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5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
We had a place called Coco's, it was a huge building with soft play, tunnels, slides, rope ladders, swings and flying foxes. This was when I lived in Musselburgh. Ahhhhhh, memories!!!
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5y, 8m agoPosted 5 years, 8 months ago
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#1
romer parish toy shop in middlesbrough

LOVED IT!!!!

3 floors of toys & model kits (this was my fave on the top floor!). shame it closed back in 1995 :( it was a PROPER toy shop, not like what you have now where its just shelves & shelves of stuff
#2
letham glen. :)
#3
Hoylake and New Brighton outdoor swimming pools , sadly both knocked down now :( would spend all day there in the summer, no outdoor pools around now ,just the beach ........mind you we dont get the sun now like we did when i was a kid .........all those years ago , lol
#4
oh, and craigtoun park :)
banned 1 Like #5
I loved being with my mum.

She taught me everything I know.
#6
in da tummy. (sorry the)
1 Like #7
DLM
I loved being with my mum.

She taught me everything I know.



In before VB1...


Oh wait!!!
#8
Museum of Childhood
Water World
The huge wooden snake climbing frame (Birmingham or Leeds shopping centre?)
Jorvik Viking Centre
#9
Aw i can remember going to Coco's for a birthday party when i was younger!
#10
in the back of the nice sweetie mans van
1 Like #11
Was that Koko's at Kinnaird Park Ham? I remember that well - though I didn't actually play there (I must be older than you lol).

I used to love going to Musselburgh Race Course with my dad when we were younger - and the dog racing at Powderhall. Hmmm I see a pattern emerging here :D
1 Like #12
kaks26
Was that Koko's at Kinnaird Park Ham? I remember that well - though I didn't actually play there (I must be older than you lol).

I used to love going to Musselburgh Race Course with my dad when we were younger - and the dog racing at Powderhall. Hmmm I see a pattern emerging here :D


thats the one, i remember ham's brother and i used to walk up to kinnaird park most weekends, cant rememeber if you came with us Ham?? go to megabowl and sometimes the cinema, which at the time seemed massive as it had 12 screens lol
#13
shanecr
kaks26
Was that Koko's at Kinnaird Park Ham? I remember that well - though I didn't actually play there (I must be older than you lol).

I used to love going to Musselburgh Race Course with my dad when we were younger - and the dog racing at Powderhall. Hmmm I see a pattern emerging here :D

thats the one, i remember ham's brother and i used to walk up to kinnaird park most weekends, cant rememeber if you came with us Ham?? go to megabowl and sometimes the cinema, which at the time seemed massive as it had 12 screens lol

Have you been lately? Its all gone now - the cinema, megabowl, Chiquitos - it's all flattened.
1 Like #14
Over in Northern Ireland there is an amusement place called Barrys at Portrush. Was a treat to go once a year. It was awesome!!! Bumper cars, a tiny rollercoaster. 2p one arm bandits, ghost train. I still go back and i am 28 lol
#15
kaks26
Was that Koko's at Kinnaird Park Ham? I remember that well - though I didn't actually play there (I must be older than you lol).

I used to love going to Musselburgh Race Course with my dad when we were younger - and the dog racing at Powderhall. Hmmm I see a pattern emerging here :D


yes it was!


shanecr
kaks26
Was that Koko's at Kinnaird Park Ham? I remember that well - though I didn't actually play there (I must be older than you lol).

I used to love going to Musselburgh Race Course with my dad when we were younger - and the dog racing at Powderhall. Hmmm I see a pattern emerging here :D


thats the one, i remember ham's brother and i used to walk up to kinnaird park most weekends, cant rememeber if you came with us Ham?? go to megabowl and sometimes the cinema, which at the time seemed massive as it had 12 screens lol


sometimes i did, better when he wasn't there though!
#16
kaks26
shanecr
kaks26
Was that Koko's at Kinnaird Park Ham? I remember that well - though I didn't actually play there (I must be older than you lol).

I used to love going to Musselburgh Race Course with my dad when we were younger - and the dog racing at Powderhall. Hmmm I see a pattern emerging here :D


thats the one, i remember ham's brother and i used to walk up to kinnaird park most weekends, cant rememeber if you came with us Ham?? go to megabowl and sometimes the cinema, which at the time seemed massive as it had 12 screens lol


Have you been lately? Its all gone now - the cinema, megabowl, Chiquitos - it's all flattened.


YOUR KIDDING?????
1 Like #17
Believe it not but probably school, anywhere really so long as my so called parents weren't there.
#18
Nope - all that side where the cinema, megabowl, frankie and bennys etc is as flat as a pancake. Its all been extended and joins on to the shops at the Fort (which was over the road). That part is still wasteland - not sure what its going to be. Sad times!
1 Like #19
numptyj
in the back of the nice sweetie mans van


http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_mJbnJ8GEFSk/S1MnQYODj2I/AAAAAAAAADA/qDveNjQYOLQ/s400/free_candy_van.jpg

like this? :{
#20
kaks26


Have you been lately? Its all gone now - the cinema, megabowl, Chiquitos - it's all flattened.


yup, was there on sunday, couldnt believe my eyes to see the massive gap!
#21
shanecr
kaks26


Have you been lately? Its all gone now - the cinema, megabowl, Chiquitos - it's all flattened.


yup, was there on sunday, couldnt believe my eyes to see the massive gap!


sad faice :(
1 Like #22
Ashworth Valley where we used to go for picnics, and my Aunt Maries house as we got to play with her make up + she had a massive garden to hide in + my Uncle Ted was the best X)

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