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I remember that winter so well. Before tesco etc. My youngest child was two and the snow in our garden was the same height as her. Coal was brought home on makeshift sledges. Milk ran out, even the goats milk in brods health food shop. We baked bread when the deliveries couldnt grt through. The golf course was a magnet for adventurous kids and adults in search of winter thrills. Neighbourliness was the order of the day.
It was a few days and it was fun.
Greystones in its prime. Before they messed up the habour.can still remember the snow that year it was great. Loved every photo