A Helping Hand

Where was this taken?

By Janet Penn

Photo: Illustrative image for the 'A Helping Hand' page
This page was added by Janet Penn on 26/01/2013.
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This was taken in Mitchells Avenue near the top of the High Street, they are workshops in the background, this was the only access by foot to the sea wall at Small Gains Creek, all the survivors from Newlands where brought to the High Street by this route.

By Mike Brown
On 26/01/2013

Definatley Mitchell's Ave. Salvation Army building in the background. These workshops were at the back of Green glades owned by arm Liddiard (no relation to me). He is the man who got to safety via two chairs. There is a picture of this.

By Joan Liddiard
On 04/02/2013

Just curious what is meant here "the man who got to safety via two chairs. There is a picture of this." ? I expect I'd understand if I had seen the picture. Just curious...

By Lane Ashfeldt
On 05/02/2013

The picture is on here somewhere. I will find it and put a link on. Found it look here http://www.canveyisland.org/page_id__348_img__2430.aspx

By Janet Penn
On 05/02/2013

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