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Memories of Oldham: 52 years later I’m still in the house I was born in

In reply to a Letter from our Editor: Is it an age thing? PART 2 - June 9, 2020 Dear Editor, I think the editor Bob...

LETTER FROM OUR EDITOR: IS IT AN AGE THING? PART 2

At the end of my last letter, I said my next real milestone was going to school for the first time, so this is...

Childhood Memories of Ashton-on-Mersey

In reply to the letter from our Editor - Is it an age thing? When I look back, I was very lucky to grow up...

LETTER FROM OUR EDITOR: IS IT AN AGE THING?

As I get older I find myself looking more in the past that I do in the future! Is this just me or is...
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Letters

We can all help to protect our NHS

Dear editor, Re: Trade Talks taking place with the US now. This is something that affects us all, and could have a seriously detrimental impact on...

Campaigning for walkers to keep left

Dear Editor, When I was at school, we were encouraged to keep left when walking through corridors - which I think is still general practice...

Coronavirus means new challenges to combat loneliness

Dear Editor, It is a very worrying time for everybody at the moment and all our circumstances are different. For all the people over 70...

Take up belly dancing to help you physically, mentally and socially

Dear Editor, A friend gave me a copy of your On The Record magazine, and I thought it was a brilliant idea! I am 54, and...

Volunteering in retirement

Hi, In a few weeks I’ll be taking early retirement from work and I will have some time to spare. I want to get involved in...

Praise for our positive publication

Hi, I have just come across one of your magazines “On the Record’ and I must say, what a delight to see such a positive...
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