Where did you grow up?

I have lived in Whiteinch all my life.

Earliest memory of Glasgow?

I can remember the Clyde Tunnel being built, and I was there with my school on the day it opened.

What school did you go to?

Whiteinch Primary, I started in 1964.

Favourite cinema?

We went to the Odeon in Whiteinch most Saturdays to see Flash Gordon, Superman…all the big movies. I think the first film I ever saw was Darby O’Gill and the Little People (a very early Sean Connery film).

Favourite local shop?

The Home Made Sweet Shop on Dumbarton Road – puff candy, snowballs, a penny tray fill of sweets.

Where did you go dancing?

I went to Clouds disco, above the Glasgow Apollo, and Shuffles on Sauchiehall Street.

Best thing about living in Glasgow?

I have stayed in the same place in Whiteinch all my life – the same street for 63 years. It’s still a great wee place and I have some magic memories.

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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?

Where did you live, what was your house like, and where did you go to school?

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

What are your happiest childhood memories?

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