Contact

Website:  http://www.woorillacaught.com

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Webmaster & Site Administrator: Cindy Amey
Email: cindy@woorillacaught.com

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Childhood Memories from 1960’s & 70’s

Want to contribute your own Posts to this site?
This site is a work in progess & we’re always looking for people to add content to this site. Everyone has memories of their own & we’d love to hear yours. If you’d like to become a contributor  (by writing Posts), please email us at cindy@woorillacaught.com

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We’d love you to upload an Avatar for use on this site. This will appear next to your comments & give you an identity. An old childhood photo would be great, as it adds to the old world appeal! If you’re not sure  how to add an Avatar to your comments,  this please go to http://en.gravatar.com/

3 comments to Contact

  • Adam Pyke

    Hi Cindy.
    I grew up in Woorilla Court as well from 1973 or so until I moved out in 2001. Whereabouts in the street did you live?
    My parents are still there but the overall feel of the court has changed a lot.
    Best regards, Adam.

  • admin

    Hi Adam, i vaguely remember you, although you were much younger than me. I was there from 1964 till 1985. I lived at no.6, i think you were a few doors down on the same side? Great to hear from you, please feel free to contribute to the website &/or facebook page! Cheers, Cindy

  • Great website! I lived in Frankston until 1978 and often think about the toys and lollies from my childhood. I’d gotten about the Red slimy stuff, my brother had some. I remember he threw it onto the ceiling and that’s where it stayed. Do you recall the little white plastic soccer balls with ice cream inside? I went to Fairway primary school (grade 3 in 1978) and lived within walking distance.

    I’ve only just skimmed over the website but look forward to spending much more time here. I don’t seem to be able to subscribe to the blog to get updates though, where is the RSS feed?

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