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The book contains 35 stories covering all aspects of Audrey Brunton’s life in Sunderland, from her birth in The Wheatsheaf area in 1930 including air-raids in World War Two, bringing up a family in post-war austerity, working at the Empire Theatre and rubbing shoulders with Basil Brush, Stanley Baxter and many other stars, her husband’s death and her subsequent remarriage, Sunderland recipes and her happy retirement till the age of almost 90.

 

Audrey didn't live to see the final book as she sadly died in the Covid-19 pandemic in April, but she saw all the feedback to the stories on the Nostalgic Memories of Sunderland Facebook page. This book has been posthumously published by her loving son Ian Mole. RIP Audrey…

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