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Also, heading in a northerly direction towards "Southern Cross" before the junction with Victoria Road, some of you may remember there was another very small sweet shop / grocery shop on the right hand side just above the entrance to the cemetery. Sid Berry: so you experienced the discipline of the nuns - the one that I was terrified of had a St in her name but she was no saint!

My mother went down to have a word with her but she wouldn't meet her.

Mary's Catholic school in Vale Road from 1953 through to 1958.

I have to agree with previous correspondents here about the dubious means of discipline used by the teachers who were all Nuns.

I went on to the Mile Oak Secondary Modern School for Girls and it was the best move I could have had - the sports facilities were great.

The Maynard family you mention had nothing (to my knowledge) to do with my late husband's family. Some of the nuns used to terrify me but I remember the Head, Sister Grata.

A Maynard thespian near the bridge I also recall a member of the Maynard family around that time who used to live in or near Shelldale Road near the bridge.

I am not sure but I think the proprietor's name may have been Cyril.

We visited Portslade 2 weeks ago and I was surprised at the many changes.

Buckler Street now closed to traffic, also the many roads that are closed at one end.

Jack Tullett was a character, I used to go around with his brother Ernie in an old van delivering fish in Mile Oak - I used to get a bag of chips out if it.

Ma Robinson's little shop in Trafalgar Road with her daughter Grace and son Charlie. I went back to Buckler Street recently and those streets seem so small now. Sadly I can't remember the Ivy Tea rooms being open as a child, but the sign was certainly there.

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