MoshenWell I came here actually in 2003 to Wornington Green. Here I used to be an ex-bus driver, ex-ambulance driver and they stopped me from work, because I have a medical condition. But I’m home-bound most of the time with my son at home. And this is my life actually.
I used to go to the park every day when my children were young, I used to take them, but now they’re grown up, nobody take me to the park. I go sometimes by myself, it’s not bad.
When they finish all building and demolishing, it’s going to be facelift, is going to be different, completely different. You don’t think this is anymore Wornington Green like before. I don’t know what’s going to happen to the Green, if it’s going to, they are going to demolish it as well and make it as a road to go through.
The Golborne Road is Moroccan area, this community here, it meant to be for the Moroccan, like everywhere I go, if I tell them I live Pepler House, Wornington Road, they said, “With the Moroccans?” Yes, this is Moroccan community because they came here and they build themselves a name and supermarkets and a mosque. You could see on Sunday or on the feast day or when the time of the breakfast time or Ramadan, you can’t park a car here.
From all they come to visit their parents and they’re going to have a meal together and everybody come in with a big tray of food, everyone bringing something so they can eat together. This is the life of the community – the spirit. That’s it, this is a spirit.