I met Norma at the Remembrance Day service in New Brighton. She was there to pay her respects to members of her family who died during WWI and WWII. Her brother, William Hoyland, died in 1940 and was a member of the RAF. Her husband's uncle, John Taker, died in France and James Taker died in Gallipoli in 1917. She remembers the bombings in Wallasey during WWII. A bomb exploded quite near her house and she was evacuated to live with her aunt in Bambry.
At 65 he's the only cowboy in Wallasey with 9 grand children. When he was 7 his mum bought him a cowboy hat and took him to see a John Wayne movie. He's been a cowboy ever since, but he's never been to America. His ambition is to live out his remainding days in California, with the cowboys.
“Our day for LGBT”
Lydia & Charlotte
Friends. Here to meet people, get drunk, and have a laugh.
48 yrs old. Martin is an old school skateboarder just getting into long boarding. He's also a proper old school punk rocker with 3 grand children. Skating since 12 and no-one told him to stop.