Did you go boating at Bingham’s or shop on Sauchiehall Street?

Can you remember street games, the trams and tenement life?

Our I Grew Up in Glasgow column is the perfect way to share your memories of living and working in the city over the decades.

All you have to do is answer the following questions and send them, along with any old photos of yourself (and a recent one) to ann.fotheringham@glasgowtimes.co.uk

Alternatively, you can fill in our questionnaire here at www.glasgowtimes.co.uk/my/ccn/assignment/UF5MLbMZ/

What is your earliest memory of Glasgow? What was your childhood like, and where did you grow up?

Which street did you live on?

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Describe your house - was it a single end, or a room and kitchen? Did you live in a tenement, or were you ‘posh’ with your own garden?

What school did you go to? What are your schoolday memories - were they the happiest days of your life? We’d love to hear about your favourite subjects and teachers.

Did you enjoy going to the pictures? What was your favourite local cinema and why? Some were flea-pits, others a little more grand.

What was your favourite local shop? Did you stay local, or did you make the trip in to the big city and its majestic department stores?

Where did you go dancing, when you were a bit older? Who did you go with - friends? Did you get a lumber?

Many readers have shared their favourite moments in a lifetime spent living, working and playing in the city. We would love to know what you think the best thing about growing up in Glasgow was?

Are you still living in the city or have you ventured to further-flung shores?

And finally, what is your happiest childhood memory?

Get in touch by emailing ann.fotheringham@glasgow times.co.uk, use the online questionnaire or write to Ann Fotheringham, Glasgow Times, 125 Fullarton Drive, Glasgow G32 8FG.