excerpt from 'A backward glance on Merseyside' pp. 43-46 (80 words)

excerpt from 'A backward glance on Merseyside' pp. 43-46 (80 words)

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A backward glance on Merseyside

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43-46

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The outstanding event of each summer was the annual trip to New Brighton [where…] we revelled and frolicked in the waters of the Mersey. 

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[Later in the day] we would all assemble at Taker’s tea-rooms upon the old promenade […] During the meal a pianist would arrive and render a selection of popular tunes for which he would collect a few coppers from each table and then disappear into an adjoining tea-room to repeat the performance. 

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excerpt from 'A backward glance on Merseyside' pp. 43-46 (80 words)

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