Hi i cant remember what year i was at Glendene, i was on green unit,i know i was there when karen dyer, the two cusak sister were there and mathew and simon, petree twins were there on yellow group i think, and karen dyer,who i know has gone on to become a social worker,not sure if my surname was spencer or mcCleary at the time, ive been trying to think who u are, but i cant remember a steve? yes it was mainly intended for people who wagged school, i then went onto st joseph's in crewe, that too had a residential school,I remember my first day and told i was allowed to smoke, and i did so ever since, until i had a stroke 2 years ago as a result of it,and thankfully my two kids 25 and 18 yrs old cant stand the smell of it. ive no idea what the building became steve sorry, take care hun denise, im on facebook, denise spencer, if u are let me know see if i reconise you? xx
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